- TOTAL BUILDING SPACE (SQ.FT.): 35,924
- TOTAL AVAILABLE SPACE (SQ.FT.): 35,924
- EXPANDABLE TO (SQ.FT.): 0 MINIMUM SPACE AVAILABLE (SQ.FT.) 3,300
- MAXIMUM CONTIGUOUS SPACE: 35,924
- CEILING HEIGHT CENTER (FT.): 22
- CEILING HEIGHT EAVES (FT.): 19
- BUILDING DIMENSIONS: 0
- GRADED EXPANSION PAD: –
- NUMBER OF DOCK DOORS: N/A
- SIZE OF DRIVE-IN DOORS: N/A
- NUMBER OF DRIVE-IN DOORS: N/A
- COLUMN SPACING: 0
- CONDITIONED: –
- SALE: –
- SITE AREA (ACRES): 2.84
- ZONING: I-1
- CONSTRUCTION YEAR: N/A
- CONSTRUCTION TYPE: Masonry, Metal Glass
- ELECTRIC Dominion Energy
- NATURAL GAS Columbia Gas of Virginia
- WATER Spotsylvania County
- SEWER Spotsylvania County
- FIBER/BROADBAND Verizon
- INTERSTATE: Interstate 95, 4.0 miles
- 4-LANE ARTERIAL HIGHWAY: Virginia Highway 2 (Dixon St), 1.7 miles
- MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: Washington Dulles International Airport, 69.9 miles
- COMMERCIAL AIRPORT: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, 56.3 miles
- GENERAL AVIATION ONLY: Stafford Regional Airport, 12.8 miles
- RAIL SERVED: –
- PORT OF VIRGINIA (RICHMOND MARINE TERMINAL): 62.4 miles, 59 minutes
- PORT OF VIRGINIA (HAMPTON ROADS TERMINALS): 129.0 miles, 1 hour 55 minutes
- Note: All airports accept general aviation traffic. Regulations and fees vary by airport.
- Lansdowne Business Park is a flex/industrial center with up to 175,000 SF of Build to Suit flex/office space. Plans include multiple flex buildings with loading docks and drive through bay doors.
- There is currently one building in pre-leasing and development phases with individual space from approximately 3,300 SF to entire building (35,000+ SF).
- Local Technology Zone Incentives: Rebate on the business, professional and occupational license and machinery and tools taxes.
Spotsylvania County is located in central Virginia midway between the state capital at Richmond and the nation’s capital at Washington, D.C. both of which are within approximately 50 miles via Interstate 95. Bordered on the north by the Rappahannock River, Spotsylvania County lies adjacent to the historic city of Fredericksburg. The community has long served as a center for industry and commerce owing to its strategic position as a crossroads for highway, rail, and water-based transportation. Spotsylvania County is part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).