Falling Branch Corporate Park Receives Site Improvements

Montgomery County, VAWDBJ7 recently reported that Falling Branch Corporate Park in Christiansburg, Virginia is receiving some site improvements. Its location off I-81 has made the corporate park a success, bringing in 600 new jobs and over $300 million in investment.

“Virginia is really lacking in prepared sites”, said Montgomery County Economic Development Director Brian Hamilton, “And the pre-graded pad takes out a lot of the unknown for the company.”

According to Montgomery County’s website, the improvements on Phase II Lot 2 will result in a 20-acre graded pad directly beside FedEx Ground. The pad will have utilities and a paved access road. The site improvements are expected to make Phase II Lot 2 of Falling Branch shovel ready by the end of the year.

Watch WDBJ7’s story here.

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