Northern Anchor of the I-270 Tech Corridor 

Frederick County is Maryland's largest county in size at 664 square miles. The City of Frederick, the county seat, is the second largest city in Maryland. Frederick is the northern anchor of I-270 Technology Corridor, a key economic engine for the state of Maryland, making the area an ideal location for businesses.

Market Access

Frederick is intersected by five interstate and national highways that offer the tremendous advantage of market access to:

  • Baltimore (46 miles)
  • Washington, D.C. (43 miles)
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (32 miles)
  • Harpers Ferry, West Virginia (21 miles)
  • Leesburg, Virginia (25 miles)

More than 1/3 of U.S. population is within a day’s drive:

  • Richmond, VA (145 miles)
  • Philadelphia, PA (153 miles)
  • Pittsburgh, PA (198 miles)
  • New York, NY (240 miles)
  • Cleveland, OH (328 miles)
  • Charlotte, NC (436 miles)
  • Boston, MA (464 miles)
  • Detroit, MI (485 miles)

Frederick County is also within 50 miles of three international airports (BWI Thurgood Marshall, Dulles
and Reagan National) as well as the Baltimore Harbor, the 3rd largest seaport in the United States. 

The City of Frederick is located within 20 miles to Washington, DC’s METRORail System. The MARC Train Service is a commuter rail system which offers daily service in Frederick County to DC from the Frederick, Brunswick and Point of Rocks locations.