The property is located at the intersection of Interstate 95 and Route 54 (England Street / E. Patrick Henry Road Exit 92) in the Town of Ashland, Virginia. Residents affectionately call the town as the “Center of the Universe” for its central location within the state. The town is located in the heart of Hanover County, only 15 minutes north of Richmond and 1.5 hours south of Washington D.C. Today, Ashland is a community of seven square miles and more than 7,000 residents who enjoy prosperity fueled by Randolph Macon College, a growing private sector and a strong regional economy. In 2011, the median household income for the 1-mile area was $72,377 compared to the US average of $53,620. The average household income for the same area in 2013 was $87,183 compared to the US average of $73,478.
Potomac Run is a 486,569 square foot shopping center located in Sterling, Virginia. Excellent visibility from Route 7 as well as easy access into the center have created a successful shopping place in a dynamic demographic area. Anchor tenants include: Target, Office Depot, Toys R Us, Michael’s, Circuit City, PETSMART and Ross.
Located near Dulles Town Center, Dulles Town Crossing, Cascades Marketplace and a new Food Lion Center. Route 7 is a well travelled state highway. The median household income within a 3-mile radius is $76,000.
Stafford, Virginia is located only 25 miles south of the Washington, DC capital beltway. Ideally situated between Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, Stafford offers multiple modes of access to lucrative markets. Interstate 95 bisects Stafford from North to South, as do US Route 1 and Route 3 providing easy east-west access throughout the market area.
Conveniently situated on Interstate Route 81 at the intersection of Woodrow Wilson Parkway (Route 275) in Augusta County, Virginia. The property, on the northeast quadrant, features excellent visibility from both roads, with easy automobile access on Route 275. Staunton is located in the center of the I-81 corridor in the Shenandoah Valley. The region has grown steadily and has received a Top 10 quality of life rating in the U.S.
The Home Depot Center is conveniently located at the corner of Reston Parkway and Baron Cameron Avenue just blocks from Reston Town Center and the heavily traveled Dulles Toll Road in Fairfax County, Virginia. Reston is situated in the heart of the Washington, DC-area’s booming tech corridor with internet service providers, web hosting data centers, e-commerce companies, software development and application firms, telecommunication firms, and a growing, affluent residential population. In addition, the surrounding community hosts corporate and regional headquarters operations, government contractors, thousands of trade and professional associations, retail firms, wholesale distributors, and business and financial services.
The Dulles Expo Center is a unique development, home to the second largest exhibit hall in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Located just six miles south of Washington Dulles International Airport on Route 28, between I-66 and the Dulles Toll Road in Fairfax County, this 240,000 square foot facility offers over 2,400 free on-site parking spaces. A Holiday Inn Hotel, and a new Walmart store are also on the property. Chantilly, Virginia is home to a highly trained and educated workforce, with a desirable quality of life, competitive tax structure and close proximity to Washington, D.C., the Dulles Expo Center delivers to a diverse and dynamic economy, boasting nearly 27,000 companies, trade associations and organizations. The local business base consists of Internet service providers and web hosting data centers, e-commerce companies, software development and application firms, telecommunication firms, and virtually every major aerospace company in the free world. In addition, the surrounding community hosts corporate and regional headquarters operations, government contractors, thousands of trade and professional associations, retail firms, wholesale distributors, and business and financial services.
Located on Route 113 in Sussex County, this site is slated for new development in the fourth quarter of 2014. Frankford is the southernmost city in Delaware, and in close proximity to the Delaware beaches (Dewey, Rehoboth, & Bethany). Shopping center space will be available for lease and pad sites will be available for lease or sale.