Refreshing Virginia will occupy the 9,000 square-foot warehouse, top left, but have purchased the entire parcel including the building, bottom right. Courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer (HANDOUT)

Refreshing USA, an Everett, Washington-based workplace refreshment business, has purchased a two-acre parcel in York County for $1,189,503 from John Tyler Investment Group, LTD.

Doug Potts, chief operations officer for Refreshing USA, said the new office at 313-315 Ewell Road will be a regional office, operating under the name Refreshing Virginia.

“We provide the latest technology and services that are needed in the Post-COVID world for refreshment,” he explained. “We provide the vending, hospitality and office coffee services, along with state of the art MicroMarket Solutions. All of our equipment is equipped to provide for remote monitoring and detailed sales information that our customers want.”

Additionally, Refreshing USA has its own line of water purification equipment and a line of office water coolers, ice and carbonated beverage machines that can be leased as needed.

Potts said the Williamsburg location will service all the company’s customers from Baltimore to South Carolina.

Refreshing Virginia will operate out of a 9,000 square foot warehouse on the property. There is another 11,000 square foot building also on site, a portion of which is already leased. Moore said, 4,030 square feet of warehouse/office space is still available for lease.

Janet Moore of Berkshire Hathaway HomeService Towne Realty and Clay Culbreth of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, were agents for the buyer and seller, respectively.