Is your company looking for Fairfax County VA warehouse space, let Tartan Properties Commercial guide you through the entire process. Since 1973 Tartan Properties has been a market leader in Fairfax County warehouse space leasing and sales in the Northern Virginia submarket. Tartan’s experienced brokers will guide and advice you from the space analysis, site selection, lease or purchase agreement negotiation, through the build out process and finally the move-in day. We have a team of expert contractors, architects and technology providers to assist you as needed. Tartan Properties has the experience and market expertise to find you the right space and negotiate the best market deal on your behalf.
If you need 24’ clear warehouse and need to be inside the beltway we know exactly which buildings to call. If you need 40,000 sf with loading docks and drive-in bays within five minutes to the North Gate of Dulles Airport for shipping and receiving, for an immediate occupancy we know exactly which landlords to call.
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Ninety percent of all companies in Fairfax County are classified as small businesses. And employers in Fairfax County enjoy a highly educated and trained workforce. A dynamic network of technology, consulting and services firms, enjoy a competitive advantage in Fairfax County. Locating in the County gives you strategic access to Dulles International and Washington National Airport, a competitive tax structure, affordable and attractive commercial real estate options for both office space and industrial warehouse space, a multi modal transportation network and excellent public schools and universities.
The Fairfax County Va warehouse space market consists of 43.4 million square feet of industrial and flex space, ranging from office intensive flex product, to high-bay warehouse and distribution facilities. The majority of industrial/flex space is located in three submarkets, Springfield, Newington/Lorton, and Chantilly. The county continues to grow and mature as evidenced by the continual expansion of the world class George Mason University and the Metro rail continuation to Dulles Airport.
The warehouse space market has suffered fluctuations in vacancy since the market crash in 2009. It is worth noting that prior to that the vacancy rate was beginning to rise and peaked in first quarter of 2009 at 11.2%. Since then it has dipped as low as 9% then going back as high as 11% in late 2012. Presently it appears the trend is encouraging with net absorption positive and rental rates stabilizing. Let Tartan Properties Commercial Real Estate flew warehouse leasing team put its expertise to work for your company today.