Industrial Parks

Whitley County, located in Northeast Indiana, is just less than 20 miles from Fort Wayne, the second largest city in Indiana, and Warsaw, the orthopedic capital of the world. Whitley County companies enjoy access to over 50% of the nation’s customer, industrial and transportation manufacturing bases. With a perfect location in the Midwest, companies have convenient access to those areas and unlimited growth opportunities.

• Armstrong Corporate Park

Blue River Industrial Park

• Gateway Industrial Park

• Park 30 Business Center

Rail Connect Business Park

South Whitley Industrial Park

 

Download the Park 30 brochure

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Download the Rail Connect brochure

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Download the South Whitley Industrial Park brochure

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For more information on Armstrong Corporate Park visit the Schrader Real Estate & Auction website

 

 

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Rail Connect Business Park is a publicly owned, rail-served industrial park developed by the Whitley County Redevelopment Commission.  The 110+ acre park was recently approved by the Strategic Development Group for the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership’s “Certified Site Ready” designation.  Rail Connect Business Park has stoplight access to US Hwy 30, which provides direct access to Interstate 69 (10 miles).  Proposed lots are divisible.      
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Park 30 Business Center is a business industrial park developed by Customer Choice Services Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northeastern Rural Electric Membership Corporation. Situated along US Hwy 30, Park 30 is "Certified Shovel Ready" by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. The Park provides full underground infrastructure and transportation connections. Available lots range in size from 2 acres to 13 acres.
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Gateway Industrial Park is a 150+ acre industrial park developed by Northeastern REMC (then Whitley County REMC) in the 1950's and dedicated in 1961 by then-governor Matt Welsh. The park features underground utilities, highway visibility, and stoplight access to US Highway 30. Protective covenants were recently updated by the park owners association. The Whitley County EDC, Whitley County Highway Department, and Whitley County Redevelopment Commission recently led an effort to make improvements at the industrial park that included new signage and lighting, drainage improvements, and repaving streets in the industrial park.