Strategically located for access to the Mid-Atlantic market, Queen Anne’s County offers well-planned business parks with build-to-suit lots, and flex space, as well as prime retail space at affordable rates in the Baltimore-Washington MSA.
Kent Island, comprised of Stevensville and Chester, is the hub of commercial and residential activity, and is home to several business parks and retail complexes. Much of the county’s maritime and entertainment activities are located in the Kent Narrows, the Chester-Grasonville area.
The Chesapeake Bay Business Park, located in Stevensville, is a well-planned 80 acre complex that is headquarters for companies such as Miltec U.V., PRS Guitars, Hydrasearch, and Federal Resources. Office, flex and warehouse space is available. KRM Development Corporation is the principal property manager. This park is adjacent to Terrapin Park and can be accessed by the Cross Island Trail System.
Matapeake Professional Park, located on the southern end of Kent Island on Sonny Schulz Boulevard, offers warehouse and flex space for lease or sale. This park is adjacent to Matapeake Beach and is accessible by the South Island Trail.
The Bay Bridge Airport is county owned and operated and serves business travel and recreation needs. It is the closest airport to Baltimore/Annapolis/Washington D.C. outside of the Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA). The airport is the home to several aviation related businesses, such as Chesapeake Sport Pilot.
The Centreville Business Park is located in the County Seat, just minutes off of the US Route 301 corridor. Shovel-ready land is available for development.
Prime retail space with exceptional visibility is available along the US Route 50/301 Corridor. Locations include The Red Apple Plaza, Thompson Creek Shopping Center, and Queenstown Premium Outlets.