Greene County, Virginia is a rising center for service industries, including defense and security services, as well as a prime location for retail and light industrial development. There is a tremendous spirit of entrepreneurship in Greene County. In addition to commercial growth, Greene County has experienced continuous residential growth over the past decade.
Business Growth areas in Greene
The major areas of commercial and business growth in Greene County are along the US 29 corridor, between Ruckersville and Albemarle County, and the US 33 corridor between Ruckersville and the County seat of Stanardsville.
Growth areas include:
The Gateway Center on US 29 in Ruckersville has been partially developed with Walmart and Lowe's and a number of additional retail and dining businesses. Pad sites are still available.
The Rapidan Center on US 29 in south Ruckersville is a prime location for service and security industry business offices. This 70 acre parcel is zoned B-3 and nearly pad ready.
The Spotswood Business Park on US 33, three miles west Ruckersville, is a prime location for business offices, distribution / warehousing and light manufacturing. Properties in the park are zoned B-3 and M-2.
The Greene Industrial Park, on US 33 west is is a prime location for business offices, distribution / warehousing and light manufacturing. Properties are zoned M-2.
A 70 acre tract of land on US 33 west, next door to the Greene Industrial Park, is zoned B-3 along the US 33 entrance and M-2 further behind.
Tierney Plaza on US 29 in Ruckersville features the Holiday Inn Express and a variety of retail and dining businesses. Office space is available.