Botetourt Center at Greenfield is a 480+ acre research and advanced manufacturing business park with sites available from 11 acres to 133 acres in size. Currently home to global businesses, food and beverage producers, and advanced manufacturers such as Altec Industries, Eldor Corporation, Constellation Brands, Pratt Industries, and Munters Group AB.
A 15-acre graded pad site (Lot B) is fully prepared and ready for construction to accommodate 150,000 square feet. Another 121-acre pad (Lot 3) is currently undergoing grading and additional preparations; tree removal, road access, and utility access are completed.
Botetourt County is located in the southwestern portion of the state in the scenic Roanoke Valley of Virginia. Strategically located on Interstate 81 and adjacent to Interstate 64, Botetourt County is within a day’s drive of two-thirds of the U.S. population, and within 500 miles of New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Washington, Nashville, and Atlanta.
Greenfield Center Highlights
- 480+ acre research and advanced manufacturing business park with a proven track record to provide support for global international companies.
- State-of-the-art, Greenfield Education and Training Center is located in the park, providing continuing education and business and industry training. Includes high-bay training area.
- Multiple sites avaialble with 25 to 100+ acres.
- Free wireless broadband internet access.
- 69KV Power line with dual feed; dedicated future substation site makes service expandable to 137KV.
- 17 miles from Norfolk Southern’s bulk transfer terminal. The bulk transfer terminal provides customers lacking rail siding with convenient access to bulk merchandise transported via rail car and is capable of handling a large number of food ingredients, construction materials, metals, and manufacturing inputs.
- Property is municipally owned with utilites in place.
Roanoke Region of Virginia Highlights
- Within a day’s drive of 2/3 of the U.S. Population.
- Population of 1.1 million within 60 miles.
- Cost of doing business is 11% lower than the national average (Moody’s).
- Cost of living is 11% lower than the national average (C2ER).
- Three major interstates; I-81, I-64, I-581.
- 200+ miles of rail corridor.
- Virginia’s most diverse metro economy (Moody’s).
- Largest metropolitan area in Western Virginia with a labor draw of more than 330,000 workers.
- Home of growing innovation corridor anchored by Fralin Biomedical Research Institute and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
- More college students per capita than Austin, Boston, Raleigh/Durham and San Francisco.