Northern Virginia and Portland, OR tied at No. 1 as top data center regions in North America, according to a Cushman & Wakefield report.
In Arlington County, CoStar HQ is coming to Rosslyn, and Fairfax County sees expansion of aerospace firm Trident Systems.
Mack Trucks will create 51 jobs with an expansion of its Roanoke County manufacturing operation. Meanwhile, Virginia will grant six communities a total of $1.76M for brownfields restoration.
Entries for Deal of the Year awards spanned industries, investment types, and winning strategies. Here are the stories of this year’s picks.
A robust business climate and strategic growth during 2023 earns the Lone Star State this recognition.
Solenis plans to build an 80,000-square-foot production facility, packaging facility, and tank farm in Suffolk, Virginia.
EV industry, data center investments took top honors in Business Facilities’ annual awards, which recognize significant corporate relocation and expansion investments.
If your company plans to expand or relocate within the next three years, you're invited to join us at our executive site selection conference – Business Facilities LiveXchange – March 17-19 in Richmond, Virginia.
The strength and diversity of its business climate lands the Lone Star State the top spot for this annual economic development recognition from Business Facilities magazine.
Universal Logistics Holdings plans to invest roughly $50 million to expand its footprint in Botetourt County, Virginia.
Business Facilities editors reflect on the most-read articles of 2023, ranging from large development announcements to annual awards.
Two projects will create a total of 545 new jobs in Virginia: CEEUS, Inc. will create 30 new jobs in Hanover County, and Framatome will create 515 jobs in the City of Lynchburg.
The Entertainment District, which will break ground in 2025 and open in late 2028, is expected to create approximately 30,000 jobs over the next several decades.
Community involvement and access to a rich variety of activities and amenities have climbed the list of factors for site decisions.
Northrop Grumman will invest more than $200 million in Virginia to establish an advanced electronics manufacturing and testing site.
Newport News Shipbuilding’s additional campus in Norfolk, Virginia, is bringing dozens of jobs to the area, according to the city’s mayor.
Just in time for Veterans Day, find out how each state ranked on Lendio's study of the best states for veterans to succeed in business.
A transportation network and workforce programs support continued growth across the commonwealth of Virginia.
Virginia will gain more than 50 jobs as a result of two family-owned companies expanding their operations.
Caren Merrick, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade, shares how the commonwealth's strategic ecosystems and strong talent pipeline offer opportunity to companies across many industries.