Fort Belvoir Local Area Information:
Few areas in the world can match
the diversity of the Fort Belvoir
area. The installation is minutes
from Mount Vernon, Old Town
Alexandria, the nation’s capital as
well as so much more of America’s
heritage. Alexandria’s Town Crier
can usually be seen calling out
special events and happenings in
the historic port city of
Few areas in the world can
match the diversity of the
area surrounding the
nation’s capital, which is a
short trip from Fort
Belvoir. In metropolitan
Washington, D.C., there
are hundreds of historic
sites and places to experience
history and watch
history in the making.
Residents and tourists
from around the world
over can visit the White
House, the U.S. Congress
and Capitol, the headquarters
of 14 federal cabinet
departments and other federal
agencies and bureaus.
Almost every nation in the
world has an embassy or diplomatic
representative here. The
nation’s capital also is one of the
worl’d most beautiful cities. Maj.
Pierre Charles L’Enfant, a member
of Gen. George Washington’s
Continental Army staff, laid out the
District of Columbia in 1791, with
broad avenues and traffic circles, allowing
for monuments, memorials, pools and
parks. There’s a world-class zoo, shopping
for every taste and budget, hotels, theaters and
restaurants featuring some of the world’s finest
cuisine. Cultural activities from John F. Kennedy
Center for the Performing Arts to local jazz clubs and
dinner theatres cater to every taste. Recreation at Atlantic
Ocean beaches in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and New
Jersey are only a few hours away, as are the snow-covered
slopes, campgrounds and lakes in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the
Appalachian chain in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.
For more information on Ft. Belvoir, please see the Fort Belvoir Post Guide Book 2010 (9 MB file size).
BRAC and Fort Belvoir:
The 2005 Base Realignment and Closure legislation was
signed into law on Nov. 9, 2005. Under BRAC law, Fort
Belvoir will have a net gain of approximately 19,300 military
and civilian employees - the largest net gain of any DoD
BRAC 2005 will nearly double the size of Fort Belvior's
workforce to a total population of 43,000 by September 15,
2011 - the federally mandated date by which BRAC must be
The cost of construction for new facilities, renovated facilities,
and infrastructure projects related to the implementation
of BRAC at Fort Belvoir is forecasted to cost more than $4
With all of the BRAC projects now fully under construction,
the future appearance of Fort Belvoir is beginning to
take shape. The post will expand to include a total of three
non-contiguous sites or substations in the region. Non-contiguous Fort Belvoir property includes Rivanna Station in
Charlottesville, Va, the Fort Belvoir North Area in
Springfield, Va., and a portion of the Mark Center in
Alexandria, Va., that are now home to three BRAC realigned
organizations at Fort Belvoir. They are the Defense
Intelligence Agency's Joint-Use Intelligence Analysis Facility,
the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's New Campus
East, and the multiple Defense Department agencies formerly
in leased space in the National Capital Region, respectively.
To support the increased workforce and mission requirements,
the installation will invest $157 million into roads,
utilities, communications and base support facilities while
renovating existing space, building new buildings for incoming
tenants, reconfiguring the installation, and implementing
increased traffic demand management practices to mitigate
traffic concerns. During 2010-2011, Gunston, Belvoir, and
Pohick Roads will be expanded to four lanes to accommodate
Flex Warehouse For Lease Lorton VA
8249 Backlick Rd
(located in the Backlick Center South II business park, which goes along the Fairfax County Parkway, near the north exit on Terminal Rd)
Lorton, VA 22079, Fairfax County
Springfield / Newington Industrial Submarket
Fort Belvoir North and South
3,980 SF Flex Warehouse, with windows on the 1st level and 2nd level (with potential office mezzanine), separate entrances, warehouse vents and heater, drive-in bay door, plenty of parking, and located in a professional business park
- Shows Well, Beautiful Brick Exterior, with Building Signage Available
- Located Next To and Connects To the Fairfax County Parkway (SR 286, formerly SR 7100)
- Near / Only A Couple Of Minutes Away From I-95 or US Rt 1 Richmond Hwy
- Part of the Springfield / Newington Industrial Market and Near Fort Belvoir North and South
- Public Transportation To & From Site, 10 mins from & Franconia-Springfield Station (VRE / Blue Line)
- On-Site Deli, Post Office, Krav Maga Training Center
Warehouse Property Zoning Regulations:
Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance, I-6 Heavy Industrial District Permitted Uses:
- Accessory uses and accessory service uses - Business service and supply service establishments (catering and printing establishments included); Child care centers / day care facilities; Eating establishments (carry-out service as a secondary use); Garment cleaning establishments; Health clubs, spas, sauna and steam baths, swimming pools, tennis courts and other such similar facilities; Personal service establishments (Barber shops and beauty salons; Pet grooming establishments; Tailors, dressmaking shops, shoe cleaning or repair shops); Prescription establishments and the selling of pharmaceutical supplies; Repair service establishments (repair and general service of common home appliances such as musical instruments, sewing machines, televisions and radios, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, power tools, electric razors, refrigerators and lawnmowers; or any establishment wherein the primary occupation is interior decorating services which include reupholstering and/or the making of draperies, slipcovers and other similar articles); and Retail sales establishments selling convenience merchandise. Drive-in financial institutions; Fast food restaurants; and Quick-service food stores.
- Bus or railroad terminals, car barns, garages, storage and inspection yards, railroad switching and classification yards, and railroad car and locomotive repair shops.
- Child care centers and nursery schools.
- Churches, chapels, temples, synagogues and other such places of worship.
- Contractor's offices and shops - Establishments for the installation and servicing of such items as air conditioners, electrical equipment, flooring, heating, painting, plumbing, roofing, tiling and ventilating and establishments for the planting and maintenance of gardens, grounds and yards such as landscape contractors and lawn maintenance services. Retail sales to the general public as a subordinate ancillary activity and display area accessible to the general public.
- Crematory, human or animal.
- Establishments for printing of any size, production, processing, assembly, manufacturing, compounding, preparation, cleaning, servicing, testing, repair or storage of materials, goods or products, and associated retail sales.
- Establishments for scientific research, development and training.
- Financial institutions / Banks.
- Funeral homes.
- Heavy equipment and specialized vehicle sale, rental and service / repair establishments.
- Heavy public utility uses.
- Junk yards, to include motor vehicle storage and impoundment yards.
- Kennels and or Veterinary hospitals.
- Light public utility uses.
- Lumber yards, fuel yards and building material yards to include rock, sand and gravel.
- Motor freight terminals - A building or area in which freight brought by truck is assembled and/or stored for routing and reshipment, or in which semitrailers, including tractor and/or trailer units, and other trucks are parked or stored.
- New vehicle storage - An area where new vehicles are parked or stored off-site from the associated vehicle sale, rental and ancillary service establishment. New vehicle storage shall be limited to new automobiles; motorcycles; sport utility vehicles; pick-up trucks; and vans
- Offices - Any room, studio, clinic, suite or building wherein the primary use is the conduct of a business such as accounting, correspondence, research, editing, administration or analysis; or the conduct of a business by salesmen, sales representatives or manufacturer's representatives; or the conduct of a business by professionals such as engineers, architects, land surveyors, artists, musicians, lawyers, accountants, real estate brokers, insurance agents, certified massage therapists in accordance with Chapter 28.1 of The Code, dentists or physicians, urban planners and landscape architects.
- Private schools of general education.
- Quasi-public athletic fields and related facilities.
- Recycling centers.
- Storage yards - The use of any space, whether inside or outside a building, for the storage or keeping of construction equipment, machinery, vehicles or parts thereof, boats and/or farm machinery.
- Truck rental establishments - Building and premises for the rental and ancillary minor servicing of truck, utility trailers and related items.
- Vehicle light service establishments - Buildings and premises wherein the primary use is the sale, servicing, repair and/or installation of motor vehicle accessories, such as the following: spark plugs, batteries, distributors and distributor parts, tires, brakes, brake fluid, mufflers, tail pipes, water hoses, fan belts, light bulbs, fuses, floor mats, windshield wipers, wiperblades, grease retainers, wheel bearings, and mirrors. Vehicle light service establishments may also include greasing, lubrication and radiator flushing, minor servicing and repair of carburetors, fuel pumps, oil pumps, water pumps and lines, electrical systems, and minor motor adjustments not involving removal of the head or crankcase or racing the motor.
- Vehicle major service establishments - Buildings and premises wherein major mechanical and body work, repair of transmissions and differentials, straightening of body parts, painting, welding or other similar work is performed on vehicles. Vehicle light service establishments may be permitted as an ancillary use.
- Vehicle transportation service establishments - Buildings and premises for "for hire" chauffeured transportation services involving the storage and dispatch of taxicabs, limousines, executive sedans, ambulances, passenger vans, or other similar vehicles, administrative offices and the ancillary servicing and maintenance of company vehicles.
- Warehousing and associated retail establishments - A building used primarily for the holding or storage of goods and merchandise. Mini-Warehousing Establishment shall also be permitted.
- Wholesale trade establishments - Any establishment for the sale of merchandise in gross for resale, and any establishment for the sale of merchandise principally to institutional, commercial, contractors and industrial users.
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