Located on the southern border of Virginia, Martinsville - Henry County is a thriving community conveniently positioned within a day's drive of 60% of the U.S. populationand over a third of the nation's industrial manufacturers. Martinsville - Henry County is positioned 50 miles south of Roanoke, Virginia and 50 miles north of Greensboro, North Carolina - home to the Piedmont Triad International Airport. With our roots in furniture and textile manufacturing, we have undergone a transformation of our economy over the past 10 years.
We are now home to plastics and polymer processors, logistics and distribution companies, food processors and more. Perhaps best known for the Martinsville Speedway, our community is educated, loyal, hardworking, and ready to work for you!
New Shell Building located in the Patriot Centre Industrial ParkAVAILABLE NOW
95,500 SF Facility - 30’ Ceiling Height Throughout
Located on Lot 8 of the
Patriot Centre Industrial Park
Municipal Water/Sewer/Natural - Gas Electric Substation Located On Site
Commonwealth Crossing Business Centre is set to open soon in Martinsville - Henry County. The new business park will be developed on 726 acres along the North Carolina border, approximately 30 miles north of Greensboro's Piedmont Triad International Airport. The park is rail served, and will have sites up to 280 acres with 200 acres of construction-ready pad.
Located near US 220 South at the Virginia / North Carolina state line
Four-lane access to nearby interstates
Total Acreage: 726 acres
Tract 1: 280 acres (200 pad acres)
Adjacent to the Norfolk Southern Railway Mainline
Only 33 miles to the Piedmont Triad International Airport and the new
FedEx Mid-Atlantic Hub in Greensboro, NC
New Shell Building
The Center for Advanced Film Manufacturing is an innovative collaboration between higher education, economic development and two of the world's leading producers of performance-coated film: Eastman Chemical Company, and Commonwealth Laminating & Coating. The Advanced Film Certification Program was created to train future employees for advanced film manufacturing and related advanced manufacturing industries in the area. Through a 28 credit program, students will focus on applied math, mechatronics, industiral safety, problem solving, and customized performance window film classes. Students benefit from hands on trainingn with state-of-the art equipment and summer internships. For more information, visit Advancedfilm.org.