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The Miller Group Buys Land In Williamsburg For Development

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WILLIAMSBURG-Roughly six acres of land in Busch Industrial Park in Greater Williamsburg has been sold.

Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer announced on July 26 the property, located at 510 Alexander Lee Parkway, was sold for $330,000.

The Miller Group purchased the land from Colonial Heritage Cont. PK, LLC as an investment. In April 2021, The Miller Group bought an 8,000 square foot office building as well as a 4,800 square foot office/warehouse building, which are also located in the same area at 323 and 415 Alexander Lee Parkway.

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