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Work Nimbly In Williamsburg Has New Owners

WILLAMSBURG-Work Nimbly, Williamsburg’s creative co-working space, has new owners.

On July 16, original owners Gretchen Bedell and Jenn Haynes announced that their company was sold to Ti’juana and Lawrence Gholson.

Work Nimbly first opened seven years ago in James City County as a way for independent workers to share an office space. The company is currently located on Penniman Road in Williamsburg.

Bedell and Haynes announced earlier this year plans to sell Work Nimbly in order to pursue other projects.

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