Carmel Church Station, Caroline County, VA.
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* 1059-2000 acres strategically located between Washington DC and Richmond, Va with 4 miles of I-95 frontage and 2.5 miles of rail frontage. 140,000 cars and 18 trains passing by each day.
* Located in the center of the Golden Crescent linking Washington, D.C., Richmond, and Norfolk, Virginia at interchange 104 on I-95.
* Situated just outside the 50 mile blast zone from DC. within a few miles of Fort A.P. Hill and Dahlgren military bases.
* Perfect location for federal campus or large corporate campus.
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* Zoned for 8700 dwelling units, 1000 hotel rooms, and 3.2 million square feet of commercial development.
* Train station designated in the Virginia Rail Plan as the only new site in the state.
* Designed as a transit-oriented, multi-modal development utilizing green, sustainable, smart growth principles.
* Regional park and cultural amenity center designed on the southern border along the North Anna River.
* Broad-based support on the County, State and Federal levels.
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* One of the largest new developments on the East Coast.
* Will generate over 47,000 new jobs for Virginia.
* Will have over $19 billion of economic impact.
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* Population with 70 miles exceeds 6.6 million/12.6 million within 100 miles. 1,500,000 people commute into and out of DC daily.
* The Golden Crescent is projected to grow by 40% by 2030 and represents 60% of the State's population within only 14% of its land mass. DC has the 2nd longest commute in the Nation.
* Virginia alone will add 3.8 million people, 1.3 million housing units, and 2.8 million jobs by 2040.
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