Virginia Commerce Center is a 101-acre master-planned park developed by McDonald in Suffolk, Virginia to serve the container terminals of the Port of Virginia. The park is located on Kenyon Road off US-58 with access to the Port of Virginia via US-58, US-460, I-64, I-264 and I-664, with direct access to I-95 to reach the markets of the East Coast. Building 100 is a 385,320 square foot cross-dock warehouse distribution building with an adjoining 675-space trailer lot that was constructed by McDonald in 2008 and sold in 2016. McDonald owns the remaining 56 industrial acres that are served by CSX Rail. Building 200, a 342,640 square foot front-load facility, and Building 400, a 290,009 square foot rear-load facility, are planned on the remaining acreage.