Class-A New Construction Warehouse Pre-Lease / Build to Suit

The City of Suffolk has plentiful logistics, industrial, and warehouse space available for lease or purchase in close proximity to the Port of Virginia.

Virginia Commerce Center

Contact us today for assistance in identifying and selecting the perfect space for your business relocation and/or expansion.

Deanna Holt
Business Development Manager
O: 757-514-4049
C: 757-354-0325

Terry Smith
Economic Development Manager         
O: 757-514-4045
C: 757-359-1554  

Delaney Clark
Business Development Analyst
O: 757-514-4046
C: 757-346-8019

Featured Property

Virginia Commerce Center
301 and 351 Kenyon Road, Suffolk, VA 23434
Class A, New Construction
342,640 SF Available (Under Construction)
290,009 SF Available (BTS or Pre-Lease)

Virginia Commerce Center is a 101-acre master-planned park developed to serve the container terminals of the Port of Virginia. The park is located on Kenyon Road off US-58 with access to the Port of Virginia via US-58, US-460, I-64, I-264 and I-664, with direct access to I-95 to reach the markets of the East Coast. Building 200, a 342,640 square foot front-load facility, is under construction. Building 400, a 290,009 square foot rear-load facility, is scheduled for construction in 2024.


Port of Virginia

The Port of Virginia has been the center and generator of trade and commerce in Virginia for more than 400 years. Today, more than 70 maritime-related companies are located in the Norfolk Harbor. Private industry sectors include ship repair facilities, ship line offices and headquarters, and terminal operators for coal, grain, fertilizer, and other bulk products. Support industries range from logistics, vessel pilotage and cargo examination to container fumigation and customs brokerage. Additional indirect industries include banking, engineering, industrial real estate, consulting, marine surveying, and cargo insurance.

Virginia’s deep harbor and channels can accommodate the largest container ships and bulk vessels in the Atlantic and Pacific trade. The Norfolk Harbor is strategically important from military and economic standpoints: it is home to Naval Station Norfolk, the world’s largest navy base, North America’s busiest coal terminals, and the nation’s heaviest concentration of shipbuilding and repair services.

Local Demographics

Hampton Roads, home of the Virginia Commerce Center, has a population of 1.8 million and a labor force of 889,000, with a median age below the national average and 50% between the ages of 18-55. Over 40% of the Hampton Roads workforce has an associates degree or higher. The workforce also consists of more than 14,000 ex-military members who complete their service and join the civilian labor force every year.

Virginia Commerce Center
Virginia Commerce Center
Virginia Commerce Center
Port of Virginia

Virginia Commerce Center – Represented by:

Gregg Christoffersen
Senior Vice President
C: 757-348-1477

Steve Grable
Senior Vice President, SIOR

Photos courtesy of JLL and McDonald.

Virginia Commerce Center