Russell Regional Business & Technology Park

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Designed for High-Technology Businesses

Russell Regional Business & Technology Park

The Russell Regional Business Technology Park is an ideal location for any company seeking a safe, inland position for locating data storage and/or computer systems operations in the United States.

Currently, the park has an 8.9-acre graded site available – part of a 113-acre business development that currently contains IT giants Northrop Grumman and CGI.

Designed specifically for high-technology businesses, the park has point-of-presence access to CPC OptiNet, a fiber-optic infrastructure capable of tier-4 data center performance. Broadband redundancy is available through local providers Verizon and Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel).

Notably, the park is a designated Technology Zone, which makes qualified tenants eligible for waivers, exemptions and grants. The Southwest Virginia Technology Development Center, a primary venue for local workforce development and training, is also located adjacent to the park.

Current Businesses in Park

Northrop Grumman (backup data center)

CGI (U.S. onshore delivery center)

Available Sites

8.9-Acre Graded Site in Russell Regional Business Technology Park (Technology Zone)

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Site Information


Location: Technology Park Drive and Highlands Drive, Lebanon, VA 24266
Technology Zone: Yes
Acreage: 8.9-acre graded pad site
Subdividable: No
Zoning: M-1
Purchase Price: Negotiable
Lease/purchase: Negotiable; build to suit
Nearby Available Building: 13,000 square feet in Russell County Governmental Center
Owner: Industrial Development Authority of Russell County, Virginia

Contact: N.A. “Tony” Dodi, IDA of Russell County VA at (276) 971-0665 or Jonathan Belcher, Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority at (276) 889-0381


Water: Town of Lebanon
Sewer: Town of Lebanon
Natural Gas: Appalachian Natural Gas Distribution Company
Electricity: Appalachian Power; 3 MW available capacity at site (upgradable); 2.08 miles to nearest substation; 1.46 miles to nearest transmission line; redundancy possible
Communications: CPC OptiNet (fiber on site); Verizon (fiber on site); Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel)


Distance to nearest Interstate Highway interchange: 20 miles to I-81
Distance to nearest four-lane arterial highway: 1 mile to U.S. 19
Trucking companies serving the area: 30 motor freight companies, including UPS Freight Transportation, Yellow Freight and Estes Express
Distance to nearest commercial airport: 50 miles to Tri-Cities Regional Airport (Blountville, Tennessee)
Distance to nearest general aviation airport: 20 miles to Virginia Highlands Airport
Rail service: NA