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Nature’s Crossing Technology Center

City Owned Industrial Parks

The City of Waynesboro recognizes that the business of today requires prepared sites for new business investment.  The City owns and is preparing 200 acres of greenfield land which will be “tier four” locations by 2025. These sites, with full infrastructure, will have the capacity for up to 1.4 million square feet of new industrial space, some with rail service available. They are located in the federal opportunity zone and the state enterprise zone for additional investment and grant opportunities. The sites are within one mile of I-64, which facilitates one-day truck delivery to Boston, Detroit, Nashville, and Jacksonville.

In addition to the City-owned land, there are 20 acres adjacent for sale by a private party.  Industrial Parks Map showing the 179 acres of available greenfield sites.

Waynesboro Commerce and Industry Park

At Exit 94 off I-64, near the Town Center (regional shopping hub including Target, Kohls, Burlington Coat Factory), this 111-acre park has 35 acres of interstate visibility remaining.  Current tenants are Berry Plastics (manufacturing), Cintas (distribution), and DuPont Credit Union (office).  View rendering showing one possible configuration providing 500,000 square feet of industrial space.

Nature’s Crossing Technology Center

At Exit 96 off I-64, this 170-acre park offers a variety of options for business and industry.  Bisected by the Norfolk and Southern main line, the park is divided into two sections—65 acres on the west, and 105 on the east. The west side is ideal for the large user needing rail access, and the east side is configured for small business, light industry, and commercial.

Development is currently underway to complete the sites’ infrastructure by 2025.  To learn more, visit


Read more about workforce, amenities, transportation and operating costs in our Industrial Park Brochure.

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