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Norfolk is a charming, waterside urban center where business, education, and recreation are always close by. Learn More >

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One of the 100 largest cities in America, and one of the best locations for business investment and quality of life.  Learn More >

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By capitalizing on its unique assets, Portsmouth has brought about a thriving economic environment.  Learn More >

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Suffolk has a wealth of opportunities for new and existing businesses to leverage their investments.  Learn More >

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Virginia Beach boasts a skilled, educated workforce, strategic location, low tax rates, and a dynamic, diverse economy.  Learn More >

Hampton Roads

Hampton Roads is situated in the middle of the Eastern seaboard where the James, Nansemond and Elizabeth rivers pour into the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.  It is recognized as the 33rd largest Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in the United States, eighth largest metro area in the Southeast United States and the second largest between Atlanta and Washington, DC.  Six of the 10 largest population centers in the United States are located within 750 miles of Hampton Roads.

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