Virginia's Central East Coast Location Access to Markets Map:
East Coast Major Markets:
Greater Washington Road and Transportation Infrastructure:
Three major Northern Virginia interstates (I-95, I-66 and I-395) and two Suburban Maryland highways (I-270 and Route 50) connect the suburbs to downtown Washington, DC.
These highways are designed to accommodate significant high occupancy vehicle (HOV) travel, which encourages car and van pooling, thereby reducing highway congestion and emissions.
Regional interstates connecting the region to major cities across the country include I-95, I-70 and I-66.
Newington Industrial Park
Free-Standing Industrial Warehouse Buildings
8184 & 8192 Newington Road, Lorton, VA 22079, Fairfax County Springfield / Newington Ind Submarket, I-95 Corridor Industrial Area
Newington/Lorton Business Area:
Property Highlights & Building Features:
Automotive Repair / Auto Service / Mechanic Shop & Auto Body Shop / Collision Repair, & zoned by right
- Unit 8184: 12,000 SF; Rent / SF / Yr: $7.95 / nnn, terms & occupancy negotiable; 24' Clear Ceiling, One 14' x 10' Drive In & One 14' x 10' Loading Dock; Free-Standing Warehouse Building, Open Column Space, Great Visibility & Prominent Building Signage, Abundant Parking, Public Transportation To & From Site
- Unit 8192: 21,645 SF; Rent / SF / Yr: $9.25 / nnn, terms & occupancy negotiable; 24' Clear Ceiling, Four 14' x 10' Loading Docks & Three 14' x 10' Drive Ins; 18,000 (±) SF Outside Storage & 14,000 (±) SF Parking & Loading Areas, Great Access / Pull In
- Freestanding Sign (Pylon Sign) & Building Signage Available
- Good Access To Major Transport Routes (I-95, 7100, Rt. 1, I-495)
& Welcomed - including Auto Sales / Dealership, with or without repair -
Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance, I-5 General Industrial District:
- Accessory uses & accessory services uses as permitted by Article 10.
- Child care centers & nursery schools.
- Churches, congregations, chapels, temples, synagogues & other such places of worship.
- Contractor's offices & shops.
- 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, & retail.
- Establishments for scientific research, development & training.
- Financial institutions.
- Funeral homes.
- Heavy equipment & specialized vehicle sale, rental & service establishments.
- Light public utility uses (Category 1).
- Lumber yards & building material yards to include rock, sand & gravel.
- Mobile & land based telecom facilities.
- Motor freight terminals.
- Motor vehicle storage & impoundment yards.
- New vehicle storage.
- Private schools of general education.
- Private schools of special education.
- Public uses.
- Quasi-public athletic fields & related facilities.
- Recycling centers.
- Storage yards.
- Truck rental establishments.
- Vehicle light & major service establishments (Including Auto Repair & Auto Body).
- Vehicle transportation service establishments.
- Veterinary hospitals, & Kennels.
- Warehousing & associated retail establishments.
- Wholesale trade establishments.
Area Business Report ι Area Map ι Major Employers Map
The Newington/Lorton area is strategically located along Interstate 95, the "Main Street" of the eastern seaboard. The area extends from Springfield on the north to the Fairfax County line on the south. The two primary access points are Fairfax County Parkway and Lorton Road.
This submarket boasts a Virginia Railway Express (VRE) station at Lorton Station. The VRE Fredericksburg Line stops in Lorton en route to Union Station in downtown Washington, D.C. Lorton also is home to the northern terminus of Amtrak's Auto Train, which travels southbound to Florida. The station is located on Lorton Rd at I-95.
This submarket is the second largest industrial/flex market in Fairfax County with more than 10.4 million square feet of space. The major industrial parks are Fullerton, Gunston Commerce Center, Gateway 95 and Virginia 95. The area also has about 619,000 sq. ft. of office development, about 1 million q. ft. of retail development and 1 hotel.
One of the largest and most unusual redevelopment projects on the east coast is underway in this submarket. Laurel Hill, the former prison of the D.C. Department of Corrections, is in the midst of a transformation to a multi-use property. Already a new high school, Laurel Hill Golf Course and the Workhouse Arts Center have opened. According to the reuse plan, a majority of the 2,300-acre property will over time revert to passive parkland. Other planned uses for the 80-acre core include active parkland, a museum, and residential and retail development.
Employers in Newington/Lorton include the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management and other federal agencies, Fairfax County government, Frito Lay, SICPA Securink, U.S. Customs and Veolia Transport.
Virginia's Transportation Infrastructure
Easy Access to Domestic and Global Markets
Virginia offers unparalleled transportation opportunities to get you anywhere in the world with ease. Centrally located on the U.S. East Coast, our integrated transportation system of highways, railroads, airports and seaports ensures that you can reach every one of your markets and get shipments from suppliers more efficiently.
Virginia's Transportation Assets
- Ten railroads operate on more than 3,200 miles of railway in Virginia, of which more than 3,100 miles are Class I. Two of the nation's largest railroads operate in Virginia: CSX Corporation and Norfolk Southern Corporation, which is headquartered in Norfolk.
- Fourteen commercial airports serve Virginia, including two of the nation's busiest: Washington Dulles International and Ronald Reagan Washington National.
- The Port of Virginia offers world-class shipping facilities and a schedule of approximately 2,500 sailings annually to over 250 ports in 100 foreign countries. The Port, offering one of the largest intermodal networks on the East Coast, handled 2.083 million TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) in 2008, and moved more than 25% of its total business by rail.
- Due to natural harbor depth and Suez-class cranes, the Port of Virginia is the only East Coast location capable of handling post-Panamax vessels as first port of call
- The Virginia Inland Port in Front Royal serves as an intermodal collection point for containers from West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Northern Virginia and elsewhere.
- The Port of Richmond is a multi-modal freight and distribution center located on the James River, adjacent to I-95, offering monthly service to Canada and Iceland and upon inducement, to the Mediterranean, South America, Mexico and the Caribbean.
- Virginia's highway system features more than 70,000 miles of interstate, primary and secondary roads, including six major interstate routes: I-95, I-85, I-81, I-77, I-66 and I-64.
- Virginia offers six foreign trade zones designed to encourage businesses to participate in international trade by effectively eliminating or reducing customs duties. Also, numerous subzones are provided and additional ones can be designated to enhance the trade capabilities of specific companies.
For a comprehensive guide to Virginia's business incentives, please see A Virginia Guide To Business Incentives. (2 MB File Size)
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