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Charles County offers companies looking to locate or expand a wide array of flexible commercial and industrial real estate options from shovel-ready, build-to-suit sites to high visibility retail to acreage in several employment and technology parks. With its intimate network of commercial brokers, diverse range of real estate and industrial property options, and resources from the Charles County EDD, the County can accommodate and customize a wide range of business needs.

St. Charles One of the best master-planned communities in the country and only 11 miles from the Capital Beltway. With thousands of acres of industrial and commercial property available, parcels range in size from one to 100+ acres throughout the three employment parks.

Waldorf Center Master-planned, mixed-use complex with 400,000 sf Class A and R&D and 300 luxury apartments on 64 acres. Home to Marriott Residence Inn and numerous medical and professional services firms. Certified site eight-month delivery is available for a new, fully permitted, 20,000 sf Class A building.

White Plains Corporate Business Park Strategically located along US 301 in the developing White Plains business district. This park offers Class A lease and condo office space, flex space, and pad sites. Certified site with two new 50,000 sf office and flex buildings coming soon.

Middle Business Park Located in Waldorf, the 125+ acre property with commercial pad sites is ready to sell with sub-divided parcels.

Piney Reach Business Park Located in Waldorf, over 300 acres of commercial and industrial land for office and industrial uses.

Acton Lane Industrial Park Available immediately, this 69+ acre parcel is located in Waldorf. Three to 18 acres available for general to heavy industrial uses.

228 Business Center This 92+ acre property will be available fall 2015 for office, limited industrial, warehouse flex, research and development, and limited retail.

Fairview Executive Center and Business Park This 12-acre business park is ideal for medical office, professional services, and ancillary retail. Ready to build pad site for up to 24,000 sf / 3 story building.

Hughesville Station Business Center This 100+ acres planned employment and industrial park will feature office, retail, office and industrial flex, medical, and industrial space. Future home to the College of Southern Maryland's Center for Trades and Energy Training (CTET) and Nursing and Arts Facilities.

TechFire, the Charles County Innovation Center A business incubator, TechFire offers technology transfer, business support, and financing. TechFire leverages the professional expertise and reputation of its parent organization, ETC, a Southern Maryland non-profit, 501 (C) (3) research and technology services company whose core competency is innovative science and engineering services for Department of Defense (DoD), academia, and the business sector.

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Ignite Entrepreneurship: Tips for Connecting from a Local Broadband Provider

Published: Friday, September 22, 2017

In our latest “Ignite Entrepreneurship” blog, Daniel Thompson, CTO of the newly launched PeakeNet Broadband – a locally owned and operated internet service provider bringing connectivity to rural Maryland communities – shares his insights for other entrepreneurs in Charles County.

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Scott Decker
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Cardinal Scientific

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Doug Egan
Chief Executive Officer
Competitive Power Ventures

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Joshua Justice
President

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Katharine Tate
 Executive Director of Provider Engagement and Community Relations

Righttime Medical Care

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Southern Maryland Business Center

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Andrew W. Welburn

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