industrial park


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industrial park

A planned industrial or technologically-based district of a city; usually intended for light manufacturing, industrial usage, research, or for warehousing; often located in open land near the city or in a renovated urban area.
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The premier park in the state is the Little Rock Port industrial park.
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Developed by Covington Capital and Huntington Group between 1995-2000, the 10/375 Industrial Park is a seven building, 1,100,000+SF, warehouse/distribution site.
Fincher, external affairs manager for Alabama Power, told commissioners that the company plans expansion of the industrial park boundaries for the general services complex east of the Shelby County Airport at 744 County Road 87N.
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But one newly minted Nipigon township councillor wants to see the town pursue an economic development plan for the future and set aside some industrial park space for incoming and local business.

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