Franklin County’s five industrial parks offer sites suitable for business of all kinds at affordable prices, often with attractive financial incentives, and prime locations that make them highly desirable for businesses to locate or expand.
This 156-acre park located on T. Kemp Rd. (off of N.C. 56) in Louisburg is certified as development ready and suitable for light industrial use.
This 252-acre park features a 33,900 SF office/industrial building, adjacent Triangle North Executive Airport and the highest level of state tax credits (Tier 1, $12,500 per job) available in North Carolina.
This 16-acre park off U.S. 1 in Youngsville is ideally suited for manufacturing and distribution office or warehouse space.
Park is approximately 25% developed with 75% raw land.
Eaton Corporation, Neuse Tile Service, Atlantic Coast Cabinets, Brock Cabinets, Moxley Masonry, Atlantic Packaging, Robling Medical, Stock Building Supply, Lights Unlimited, Treegator, Tractor Supply, Gatekeeper, Southern Lithoplate, Majestic Marble & Glass-Constrata Division, Suretech Assembly, Cade, Inc., Sunstone Water Group
Franklin Park Industrial Center
Welsh Packaging Solutions, Majestic Marble & Glass, Amcor Rigid Plastics USA, Eastern Corporation, Southern Door and Trim, Ryerson, Inc., VFC, Inc.
Youngsville Commerce Center South
Totally built out.
K-Flex USA, LLC, Imerys Perlite USA, Inc.
Youngsville Industrial Park
35% built out.
Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions, Captive-Aire Systems, Majestic Marble & Glass-Envision Division, Canyon Stone, Covenant Trucking, Womack Warehouse, Inc., Youngsville Truck Tires and Services
NC 96 Industrial Park
30% built out.
Jarco Supply, Ferguson Enterprises, Allpro Insulation, Kidd’s Landscaping, ITS (Infrastructure Technology Services)
Infrastructure is in place to available property within these parks to handle additional capacity for future development.