If you are looking for commercial real estate in Northern Virginia, Fairfax County is a location you should add to your short list. Fairfax County is one of the premier centers of commerce and technology in the United States, providing businesses the vibrant environment needed to compete in the 21st Century. While other major office markets around the country have lost jobs, Northern Virginia businesses have created tens of thousands of jobs in recent years. Tartan Properties Commercial, founded in 1973, established its roots in real estate in the Fairfax County market and it continues to hold expertise there today.
Businesses in Fairfax County enjoy a highly educated and trained workforce, a dynamic network of technology firms and services, convenient and strategic access to Dulles International Airport and Washington National Airport, a competitive tax structure, affordable and attractive options for both office space and warehouse space, a multi-modal transportation network including 13 Metro stations, and excellent public schools and universities.
If you are considering relocating your company to Fairfax County, you should be aware that it is the largest suburban office market in the metropolitan Washington metro area and the fourth largest in the nation. It is also the largest office market in the Commonwealth of Virginia, boasting more than 116 million square feet of space–ranging from single-story to high-rise buildings, including state-of-the-art office buildings now under development.
Considered Fairfax County’s “downtown,” Tysons Corner contains 30 million square feet of office space alone and is home to one of the largest concentrations of retail space in the region.
The Dulles Toll Road Corridor is home to three large Northern Virginia real estate markets: Dulles, Herndon and Reston. These markets provide a wide range of commercial space options, from the high-density, urban setting of the Reston Town Center, to traditional suburban office parks. While the Tysons Corner-Dulles Toll Road markets account for more than 50 percent of all office space in the county, the remaining submarkets all afford their own location advantages and diversity of product.
In addition to the thriving market for Fairfax office space, there are almost 38.7 million square feet of industrial and flex space in Fairfax County, ranging from office-intensive flex product, to high-bay warehouse and distribution facilities. The majority of industrial/flex space is located along the I-95 corridor from the Beltway to Lorton, and along Route 28 adjacent to Dulles Airport.
To help you find the right commercial real estate space for your company to lease or purchase there is no better choice than the market leader, Tartan Properties Commercial. With over 40 years of experience in the Fairfax County commercial real estate market, our expertise in the market and deep contacts in the business community will ensure that you find the right property and get the best deal.