National and International companies are saying Yes to Suffolk to meet their warehousing/distribution, logistics or advanced manufacturing needs.

With 10 million SF of prime warehousing space ready to occupy, and an an additional 20 million SF planned, Suffolk has room for you to grow. With our prime mid-Atlantic location, proximity to port, road and rail and access to two-thirds of the US population within a day’s drive, a growing number of companies recognize Suffolk as a prime spot to base operations.  

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Northgate Commerce Park

Northgate Commerce Park is a 430 Acre Class A Park, ideal for regional operations. Over 200 total acres available, with site sizes ranging from 3 acres to approximately 100 acres. Park is master-planned with covenants/restrictions and design criteria in place to ensure quality development. Pad ready for Build-to-Suit opportunities. Zoned M2 for industrial opportunities.

Industrial Sites

In 2014, the City achieved close to $116 million in Capital Investments, impacting over 1 million in Square Footage. These Investments are expected to bring around 450 new jobs to Suffolk. Warehousing/Distribution, Advanced Manufacturing and Food & Beverage Processing (new and expanding) accounted for over half, at 52%, of the total investment dollars for the year.

“Suffolk has available land, and they manage it well.”
John Harrell, Chairman/Treasurer
Suffolk Iron Works
Operating In Suffolk
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Port of Virginia
  • Six terminals
  • 50’ deep harbor
  • Shelters the world’s largest naval base
  • Congressional authorization to dredge to 55’
  • Direct service to/from VA with connections to over 200 countries


Roads and Highway:

  • Easy access to Interstate 64, a major east-west route.
  • Routes 58 and route 460 serve as direct connectors to  principal north-south interstates I-85/I-95. 
  • Route 460 and I-64 both connect to Richmond. 
  • Route 13, 17 and 95 links to northern points such as Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. 
  • I-85 and I-95 lead to  Southern points such as  Atlanta and Raleigh.