- Within a day's drive to over 60% of the United States population and more than two-thirds the U.S. industrial base.
- Four 4-lane divided highways (US 29, 58, 220 and 360) that connect to six Interstates within an hour's drive (I-40, 73, 77, 81, 85 and 95).
Major Market Distances
|Charlotte, North Carolina||141 miles||2.5 hours|
|Richmond, Virginia||145 miles||2.5 hours|
|Washington, DC||247 miles||4.5 hours|
|Charleston, SC||327 miles||5 hours|
|Atlanta, Georgia||386 miles||6 hours|
|Chattanooga, Tennessee||414 miles||6.5 hours|
|Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||386 miles||7 hours|
|Columbus, Ohio||411 miles||7.5 hours|
|New York City, New York||514 miles||9 hours|
|Detroit, Michigan||613 miles||10 hours|
|Mobile, Alabama||705 miles||10.5 hours|
|Miami, Florida||840 miles||13.5 hours|
- 3 regional airports, 2 with 5,000 ft. runways.
- An hour's drive from four commercial airports (including Raleigh-Durham International which has non-stop flights to London's Heathrow).
- Served by Norfolk-Southern Railroad.
- Currently over 30 rail served sites and buildings on the market.
- Norfolk Southern intermodal facility within one hour drive offering direct service to Port of Virginia.
- Approximately 4 hours by highway from the center of the region.
- Accessible by U.S. Highway 58.
- The Port of Virginia is prepared for the next generation of shipping with 50' deep obstruction-free channels and Super Post Panamax cranes.
- Norfolk Southern intermodal facility within 1-hour drive, offering rail service directly to the Port of Virginia.
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