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hampton roads: Isle of Wight YE Isle of Wight County: Local Roots, Global Reach I


sle of Wight County is a progressive community in the western Hampton Roads


region that embraces change while protecting the integrity of its rich cultural and historical heritage. T e County’s 319 square miles provides fertile ground for its most prosperous businesses, including Smithfi eld Foods, Inc., Keurig Green Mountain Coff ee, and International Paper. T is growing County personifi es the theme “local roots, global reach.”


Industrial Development


Strategically located for port-related businesses, the County-owned 1,500-acre Shirley T. Holland


Intermodal Park provides aff ordable sites close to T e Port of Virginia. Design and engineering work are underway for a permit-ready site that can accommodate up to a one million- square-foot building. Businesses in the park can easily access


the port using U.S. Route 460 or U.S. Route 58 or by rail on the adjacent Norfolk Southern Heartland Corridor. T e park, part of Foreign Trade Zone #20, is a designated Enterprise Zone, which off ers state and local incentive programs for qualifying businesses. T e Port of Virginia also off ers the Economic and Infrastructure Development Zone Grant Program. T e park is home to three national companies, including Cost Plus World Market, Safco Products Company and Keurig Green Mountain, which together employ over 850 people.


Retail and Residential Development


Business is booming in the northern part of the County where an additional 2,000 residential units and 1.1 million square feet of new retail and offi ce space is approved for development along the Route 17 corridor. Residents are moving into Nest on 17, Carrollton’s new gated community featuring 208 luxury apartments by T e Breeden Company. Benn’s Grant by East West Communities, Isle of Wight’s newest single-family and townhome community, welcomed its fi rst residents in 2016 and was the fi fth ranked subdivision in Hampton Roads based on closings. A total of 320 units are planned.


To learn more about how your business can put down roots in Isle of Wight County, call 757-356-1962 or visit www.insidetheisle.com.


RICHMOND


Local Roots, Global Reach


Shirley T. Holland Intermodal Park, the premier, publicly-owned manufacturing, distribution & logistics park in the Hampton Roads region.


SITE 


Major employers: Smithfi eld Foods


Keurig Green Mountain International Paper


NORFOLK


• Over 1,000 acres competitively priced • Permit-ready sites under design • Able & ready labor force of 830,000+ • 35 minute drive to Port of Virginia • Access to interstates 95, 85, 64, 264, & 664 • Enterprise & Foreign Trade Zones • Rail-served sites • All utilities including abundant public water • Proven fast-track site plan review & permitting process


25 YEARS


Put down roots in Isle of Wight. 757-356-1962 or www.insidetheisle.com ADVERTISING VIRGINIA BUSINESS S19


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