Interstate Corporate Center
This 17-building office complex with a park-like campus offers a variety of leasing opportunities with immediate I-64 access. Tenants of Interstate Corporate Center include Sentara Healthcare, and Xerox Corp.
Norfolk Industrial Park
One of the region’s largest business parks with approximately 350 acres fully developed with more than 300 businesses. Major tenants include Titan America, Military Distributors of Virginia, Bauer Compressors Inc., Cox Communications Hampton Roads, GE Water and Process Technologies, Vanguard Industries, and Pepsi Bottling Group.
Norfolk Commerce Park
The Norfolk International Airport Landmark Aviation and air cargo facilities are adjacent to the main entrance of this busy commerce center. Located off Military Highway, a principle corridor, at I-64 and Norfolk International Airport. Major tenants include American Funds Service Co., Northrop Grumman Shipping Systems, Personal Touch Homecare, SAMSKIP USA, Federal Express and the U.S. Coast Guard. Served by several hotels.
Central Business Park
This 30-acre park is overflowing with location perks. New properties deliver crafted space for businesses that desire a central location, increased distribution and logistics handling capabilities, and a suburban setting tucked away within a commercial corridor. It’s close to I-64 and central to Norfolk International Terminals, Norfolk Naval Station and Little Creek Amphibious Base.
Old Dominion University: Innovation Research Park & University Village
This 75-acre mixed-use development includes student housing, retail shops, university sports facilities and a SpringHill Suites Hotel. Tenants in the Innovation Research Park Phase I and II include Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport, The Center for Coastal and Physical Oceanography, EVMS Health Services, and the Virginia Business Gateway. Phase II houses the Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics.
The Lake Wright Executive Center
This premier location off I-64 offers frontage on Military Highway and convenience to the airport for competitive advantage. Tenants include CMA CGM, Zim-American Shipping, Virginia Oncology, and Twin Oaks I and II office buildings. Within eight developments are nearly 600,000 square feet of existing rental building area. Hotels are within the park and surrounding area.
Midtown Industrial Park
This location delivers proximity to Downtown, easy interstate access and retail services. Major tenants include Hampton Roads Transit, Baker Roofing Inc., Arcet, Surface Technology Corp., Coca-Cola Bottling and Onelife Fitness. NRHA’s neighborhood revitalization efforts have paid off in this Conservation District.
Norfolk State University RISE Campus
The first building in the RISE Campus, the Marie V. McDemmond Center for Applied Research, is open and anchors graduate-level education and training. Tenants include the NSU Center for Gaming and Simulation, the NSU Center for Materials Research and the NSU Division of Research and Technology. NSU is served by The Tide, Norfolk’s light-rail transit system.
Riverside Corporate Center
This corporate park is located off Military Highway south of I-264 and is adjacent to the new light-rail line. Tenants include Virginia Eye Consultants, Portfolio Recovery, First Hospital Corp. and other high-profile companies.