Industrial

160 Acres - Richmond Airport

Listing Price: Request For Offer

Investment Overview

Marcus and Millichap is please to offer this Industrial Development opportunity! A total of up to 235 acres of light Industrial & Agriculturally zoned land, spread among 4-5 parcels. Adjacent to the Richmond International Airport and bisected by I-295, this highway frontage site has an incredibly strong location, and a short 10 minutes to downtown Richmond. The subject site is about a mile from the White Oak Industrial Park, where the MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables terminate. This is home to a hyper-scale Facebook Data center. Once completed, Facebook will have over 2 MSF of space in the park. QTS Data is adding 1.3 MSF to its existing 1.2 MSF footprint here as well. This is a very strong location.

The recent arrival of the MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables, which terminate in Henrico County, is a transformative event opening European, Latin and South American markets to the region via the lowest latency and highest capacity ever deployed between the continents. The only place all of these networks are available to peer with each other is the QTS Richmond NAP. This historic confluence of domestic and international connectivity has established the region as an international business destination, setting the stage for the next wave of investment and economic growth.

Richmond is a designated five-star logistics city. More than 50% of the US population is within a one-day drive. The Richmond Airport is Foreign Trade Zone #207. Logistics and transportation infrastructure are complemented by a skilled workforce numbering 1,045,000. Richmond's central location on the U.S. East Coast provides an ideal advantage. Businesses benefit from proximity to major business, financial, and governmental hubs, and availability to global markets.

Two of the nation's largest Class 1 railroads, CSX Corporation and Norfolk Southern Corporation, are located here. The Port of Virginia is one of the three busiest container ports on the U.S. East Coast and a leading gateway for the entire U.S. market. The Port boasts the single best infrastructure on the East Coast with a 50-foot ice free channel, no overhead obstructions, on-dock rail service (two Tier 1 railroads), easy access to ocean lanes, and is the only East Coast port with Congressional authorization to dredge to 55 feet to accommodate Post-Panamac container ships.

Investment Highlights

  • Adjacent to the Richmond International Airport
  • Ample acreage for Industrial Development - 235 total acres.
  • Close proximity to the MAREA/BRUSA Subsea Cables and RIC Airport

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Industrial

160 Acres - Richmond Airport

Listing Price: Request For Offer

Investment Highlights

  • Adjacent to the Richmond International Airport
  • Ample acreage for Industrial Development - 235 total acres.
  • Close proximity to the MAREA/BRUSA Subsea Cables and RIC Airport

Investment Overview

Marcus and Millichap is please to offer this Industrial Development opportunity! A total of up to 235 acres of light Industrial & Agriculturally zoned land, spread among 4-5 parcels. Adjacent to the Richmond International Airport and bisected by I-295, this highway frontage site has an incredibly strong location, and a short 10 minutes to downtown Richmond. The subject site is about a mile from the White Oak Industrial Park, where the MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables terminate. This is home to a hyper-scale Facebook Data center. Once completed, Facebook will have over 2 MSF of space in the park. QTS Data is adding 1.3 MSF to its existing 1.2 MSF footprint here as well. This is a very strong location.

The recent arrival of the MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables, which terminate in Henrico County, is a transformative event opening European, Latin and South American markets to the region via the lowest latency and highest capacity ever deployed between the continents. The only place all of these networks are available to peer with each other is the QTS Richmond NAP. This historic confluence of domestic and international connectivity has established the region as an international business destination, setting the stage for the next wave of investment and economic growth.

Richmond is a designated five-star logistics city. More than 50% of the US population is within a one-day drive. The Richmond Airport is Foreign Trade Zone #207. Logistics and transportation infrastructure are complemented by a skilled workforce numbering 1,045,000. Richmond's central location on the U.S. East Coast provides an ideal advantage. Businesses benefit from proximity to major business, financial, and governmental hubs, and availability to global markets.

Two of the nation's largest Class 1 railroads, CSX Corporation and Norfolk Southern Corporation, are located here. The Port of Virginia is one of the three busiest container ports on the U.S. East Coast and a leading gateway for the entire U.S. market. The Port boasts the single best infrastructure on the East Coast with a 50-foot ice free channel, no overhead obstructions, on-dock rail service (two Tier 1 railroads), easy access to ocean lanes, and is the only East Coast port with Congressional authorization to dredge to 55 feet to accommodate Post-Panamac container ships.

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