Pinnacle Virginia Construction Delivers Commercial Construction Results



Barnes and Noble, Farmville Virginia Commercial Construction

Barnes & Noble

Farmville, Virginia
Retail/Commercial: 8,850 sf

This commercial retail space constructed by Pinnacles Construction and Development includes the Longwood University Bookstore and Starbucks Cafe.

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Pinnacle Place on Avon, Charlottesville, Virginia Commercial Development

Pinnacle Place

Charlottesville, Virginia
Flex / Light Industrial / Commercial: 18,000 sf
Completed 2006

Pinnacle Place, the home of Pinnacle Construction and Development, contains 4 unique flex, light industrial and office spaces conveniently located near Interstate 64 and Downtown Charlottesville.

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Replay Games Tenant Up-Fit Retail Construction Farmville

Replay Games

Farmville, Virginia
Retail/Commercial: 1,975 sf
Completed 2006

Pinnacle Construction completed the tenant up-fit and design build for this retail construction customer.

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Midtown Mailboxes, Farmville Virginia Commercial Construction

Midtown Mailboxes

Farmville, Virginia
Retail/Commercial: 1,990 sf

Retail/Commercial space offering 1990 square feet in Farmville, Virginia. Midtown Mailboxes offers area residents a one-stop place for all shipping, packaging and mailing needs.

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Virginia Commercial Contractors and Developments - The Dressing Room, Farmville

The Dressing Room

Farmville, Virginia
Retail/Commercial: 1,200 sf

The Dressing Room - Farmville's first & only contemporary boutique!

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Commercial Construction Developments at Gateway, Waynesboro, Virginia


Waynesboro, Virginia

50 acre commercial business park situated between I-64 West and the Augusta Medical Center - part of the LifeCore Blue Ridge Health Science Corridor.

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Commercial Construction Developments at Heatex America, Natural Bridge, VA

Heatex America

Natural Bridge, Virginia
Industrial/Commercial: 39,200 sf

A global manufacturer in air-to-air heat exchangers, Heatex contacted Pinnacle Construction when it came time to relocate its North American headquarters.

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