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Business Projects Underway

We have all seen projects underway around the county but we don't always know what the project is. In collaboration with local governmental agencies, we are pleased to offer the information below. We must state however that this information is simply a pass through therefore we can not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. This information will be updated monthly.

Want to know what's going on around the rest of the country regarding business growth? Click here to find out. 

Commercial Space Opportunity

Old Town Office Space Available –346 square feet – 54 East Lee Street.
Historic building , recently renovated office space. Located on busy East Lee Street.
Call SouthStar Properties office at 540 428 3050
Warren Watkins cell 703 675 3844
Old Town Office Space Available –346 square feet – 54 East Lee Street. Historic building , recently renovated office space. Located on busy East Lee Street. Call SouthStar Properties office at 540 428 3050 Warren Watkins cell 703 675 3844
Old Town Retail Space Available – 900 square feet – 47 South Third Street.
Historic retail space in well lit corner space. Located on busy East Lee Street.
Call SouthStar Properties office at 540 428 3050
Warren Watkins cell 703 675 3844
Old Town Retail Space Available – 900 square feet – 47 South Third Street. Historic retail space in well lit corner space. Located on busy East Lee Street. Call SouthStar Properties office at 540 428 3050 Warren Watkins cell 703 675 3844
Space Available - 579 Frost Avenue (Route 211) Warrenton Virginia Retail/Office Space Available - 1,313 sf - 900,000 annual visitors/25,000 VPD  Contact: 
Mrs. Nora Eways Saa
Renaud Consulting
Leasing Agent
571-765-4439 office
703-618-5626 mobile
neways@renaudconsulting.net
Space Available - 579 Frost Avenue (Route 211) Warrenton Virginia Retail/Office Space Available - 1,313 sf - 900,000 annual visitors/25,000 VPD Contact: Mrs. Nora Eways Saa Renaud Consulting Leasing Agent 571-765-4439 office 703-618-5626 mobile neways@renaudconsulting.net

Fauquier County

The County site contains information specific to all towns with the exception of Warrenton.

The County uses an online platform to house project information which is accessible by clicking the Fauquier Land Development Online Portal button below. This provides access to view Rezoning, Special Exception, and Special Permit applications from 2014 to the present.

For assistance using the Fauquier County Land Development Online Portal, click here.

Warrenton Town Limits

April 2024 Update

  • Oak View National Bank – Site work continues on Oak View's newest branch located at the intersection of Waterloo Ave and Garret Street in Warrenton.
  • Warrenton Village CenterQuickway is a new Japanese hibachi restaurant that is locating in the Warrenton Village shopping center will open in a few months hopefully.
  • Michael’s – Michael's is expecting to open sometime in May 2024
  • Old Town Warrenton – Warrenton Hobby Shop and Lee’s Barber have been asked to leave by the new building owner. These spaces will be tentatively occupied by The Lucky Knot and a girls clothing store in the future.

Solar Farms & Data Centers

Alemeda Solar Project

On Thursday July 27th, The Chamber hosted an event discussing the Alameda Solar Farm Project.

Two experts shared the community benefits of utility-scale solar and dual-use of land for agriculture and solar power production. Dual-use for solar and ag presents a unique opportunity for local ag businesses to thrive on the same land that produces electricity and significant county tax revenue.

The discussion included a case study of a project that has been proposed in the southern part of Fauquier County, which has committed to an on-site sheep grazing operation, to be owned and operated by a local farmer, as the primary means of vegetation control throughout the roughly 450-acre site. The discussion will also cover how utility-scale solar development can be done in a way that is in conformity with the county's Rural Land Use Plan, local workforce development for construction and operations of solar facilities, preserving soil quality, and environmental matters such as reforestation of floodplains, avoidance of wetlands, and the creation of pollinator habitats.

Click here to read more about the Alameda Solar Project

Open Road Renewables

On May 13th, 2024, The Chamber will be hosting a presentation on the ecological benefits of large scale solar by David Murray with Legacy Solar Partners. Find out more including registration at our events page.

Upon conclusion of the presentation we will be posting it here for reference.

David Murray has over fifteen years of experience in the clean energy and environmental protection sectors. After working with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Environmental Entrepreneurs, he served as the Executive Director of the Chesapeake Solar & Storage Association, where he advocated for the advancement of rooftop and large-scale solar in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. David also represented the American Clean Power Association as its first Director of Solar Policy until starting his own consultancy, where he performs policy and project-level consulting for trade associations and developers of large scale solar projects.

Legacy Solar Partners (LSP) strives to ensure large-scale solar projects maximize benefits to local communities, ecosystems, and economies. Solar represents one of the single-most important land use changes of our generation: securing clean, affordable electricity for decades, allowing working lands to rest, and guaranteeing critical revenue for rural communities. Leveraging these benefits will require constructive dialogue, broad engagement and above all, building of trust. LSP works with solar industry clients to deliver high-quality clean energy projects and leave an outstanding legacy for future generations.