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Cities

13

Business Parks

22

Properties

1,300,000

Total Square Feet

Accessible

These office properties are adjacent to major interstates and roadways, making accessibility easy.

Flexible

Offering a wide range of suites and sizes, from less than 1,000 to over 25,000 SF.

Upscale

Meticulously landscaped entrances and surroundings set these properties apart from other offices in Hampton Roads.

Market

Hampton Roads is a rapidly growing market, is centrally located on the east coast and features excellent local amenities.

Competitive

Competitive full service lease rates make these offices an attractive option while reducing operating costs.

Workforce

Hampton Roads boasts a well-qualified workforce pool, allowing tenants to both sustain and grow operations.

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About the Hampton Roads Market

At the southeastern corner of Virginia is an urban area of 1.75 million people designated as the Virginia Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area by the Census Bureau, but widely referred to as Hampton Roads, the name of the world-class harbor at the area’s center. The Chesapeake Bay and the James River divide Hampton Roads into two distinct sub-regions: the Southside, comprised of the cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach, along with Isle of Wight County and Currituck County, North Carolina; and the Peninsula, which includes Gloucester County, Hampton, James City County, Mathews County, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg and York County. Major port facilities, the world’s largest concentration of military installations, and a thriving tourism industry centered around the area’s numerous natural attractions and historic sites, make for a diverse economy well-equipped to weather business cycles.

Hampton Roads is the 37th largest market in the United States, and Virginia Beach is the nation’s 39th largest city. The area is characterized by the Norfolk Naval Base, the world’s largest; the Virginia Beach Oceanfront; Huntington Ingalls Industries (Newport News Shipbuilding), Virginia’s largest private employer; NASA Langley and Langley Air Force Base in Hampton; and the historic triangle of Jamestown, Yorktown, and Colonial Williamsburg. The population in Chesapeake is educated, with 43% possessing associate degrees or higher and 93% have high school diplomas or higher. There is a median age in the city of 36 and only 2.9% unemployment with 125,668 in the labor force. Over 72% of the residents own their own homes.

Hampton Roads’ prime geographic position, coupled with its efficient transportation network, affords easy access to regional, national and international markets alike. Ports along the region’s extensive waterfront allow cargo to be easily imported and exported. Major railroad companies, Norfolk Southern and CSX, offer service to every major industrial location in the country.

The properties in this office portfolio are only a short distance to Norfolk International Airport, which offers over 2,000 monthly departures and serves approximately three million passengers annually. They are also very well positioned along major area highways, allowing smoothly flowing travel through the region and beyond. Interstate 64 extends to Richmond, while the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, I-85 and I-95 connect Virginia Beach to the Northeast and Southeast markets. Virginia has one of the finest highway systems in the U.S. The constantly expanding network of highways in Hampton Roads totals more than 120 miles and the average commute time is just 23 minutes.

Hampton Roads has a vibrant and diverse economy whose different elements provide stability during national economic slowdowns and genuine opportunities during expansions. Major economic indicators confirm the success of the Hampton Roads economy. The cost of living in Hampton Roads is much lower than that of the nearby Mid-Atlantic city of Washington, D.C., and the Northeastern cities of Philadelphia and New York. In addition, the cost of groceries, transportation and housing are below the national average. The tax burden is low as well; sales tax is a competitive 6.0% (only 2.5% for food items) and the corporate income tax rate has held firm at 6.0% since 1972. At only $1.00 per $100 of assessed value, the real estate tax is among the lowest in the region.