A 328-acre former James City County farm is set to become the largest speculative industrial project along the Interstate 64 corridor between the Port of Virginia and Richmond. Hazelwood Farms
Plans for 328 acres include industrial facilities
A Houston-based industrial real estate company has purchased a 328-acre former farm in James City County for $12 million with plans to develop facilities for manufacturers, importers and warehousing and
Historic Triangle’s past holds keys to future
Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown are all significant parts of the nation’s foundation, and historic tourism drove the region’s economy during the 20th century. But Colonial Williamsburg hasn’t been enough to
Williamsburg, York, James City combine forces
“Cooperation” is a word Jim Noel uses a lot these days when speaking about the Greater Williamsburg region, which encompasses the city of Williamsburg and York and James City counties.
Design Masters building will house The Drying Co.
The Design Masters building in James City County sold for $2.67 million, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced Wednesday. Tetreault Holdings Inc. bought the 40,000 square-foot-building from Friendship Partner as
Richmond-based utility will own, operate three of the farms
On April 30, the Virginia State Corporation Commission approved nine major solar farms, which have the potential to generate nearly 500 megawatts and power 125,000 homes for Virginia customers of
Navien Inc. will invest $77.5M refurbishing the former Lumber Liquidators facility.
Navien Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of a South Korean manufacturer of water heaters and boilers, is setting up shop at the former Lumber Liquidators building in James City County, creating