Chesapeake

Chesapeake’s history dates back further than 1963 when Norfolk County and the City of South Norfolk merged to create the city of Chesapeake. Chesapeake’s 353 square miles offered extensive opportunity for development which began to really occur in the 1980s. Increased economic development efforts also met with much success in the 1980s when one of the area’s first Japanese-owned companies, Sumitomo, moved to Chesapeake. Sumitomo was soon followed by Mitsubishi Kasei, which now operates three plants in Chesapeake. Other companies, such as Household Finance Corporation, Dollar Tree and QVC, continue to be attracted by Chesapeake’s labor force, excellent location and high quality of life.  For residents, the city is in close proximity to Virginia Beach and Norfolk, and has a unique blend of rural and urban centers, offering homeowners’ excellent schools, as well as recreational and cultural facilities.

Other companies, such as Household Finance Corporation, Dollar Tree and QVC, continue to be attracted by Chesapeake’s labor force, excellent location and high quality of life.  For residents, the city is in close proximity to Virginia Beach and Norfolk, and has a unique blend of rural and urban centers, offering homeowners’ excellent schools, as well as recreational and cultural facilities.

Chesapeake Beach VA Homes For Sale

Gene Shull and Real Estate Brothers
780 Lynnhaven Parkway #400
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Phone: (757) 447-3887
Phone Alt: (757) 592-4434

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