Red Rock begins construction of manufacturing and logistics building in Chesterfield County, VA
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — Red Rock Developments & Westport Capital Partners LLC have announced the commencement of construction of an industrial facility on Digital Dr. in Chesterfield County. This will be Red Rock Developments first project in the Greater Richmond Region.
The 353,044 s/f building will be marketed to manufacturing and logistics users and will be the first speculative development within Meadowville Technology Park, which is owned by the Chesterfield Economic Development Authority (EDA).
The new industrial center is situated on 54 acres of land along newly extended Digital Drive fronting I-295 and Rte. 10 within Meadowville Technology Park. Nearby facilities are operated by distinguished users including Amazon, Niagara Bottling, Medline, Altria and AdvanSix. The property will feature state-of-the-art specifications, including 36’ clear height, -dock and drive in loading, full site circulation, above market standard truck and auto parking and 185’ truck courts.
“Red Rock has long considered Meadowville Technology Park a prime location for our entrance into the Richmond, Virginia market. We look forward to working with Chesterfield to aggressively market this building in a market that is increasingly tight on supply”, said John Barker, president and chief development officer with Red Rock Developments.
Jim Holland, Board of Supervisors (Chair) said, “We are excited to work with Red Rock to develop product in Chesterfield County. Red Rock has close relationships with many of the exceptional manufactures in our target sectors. We’re looking forward to Red Rock developing a Class-A industrial facility in Meadowville attracting additional quality employers into the county.”