Michigan Certified Business Parks

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Allegan Highlands Business Park

Contact Information:

Robert Hillard
City Manager
City of Allegan
112 Locust St.
Allegan, MI 49010
Phone: (269) 217-7866
Fax: (269) 673-2869
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www.cityofallegan.org

General Information:

Park Address: 691 Airway Dr.

County: Allegan

Size: 188.6 acres

Percent Developed: 84%

Percent Occupied: 84%

Price of Land per Acre: $10,000 per acre

Incentives:

12 Year Industrial Facilities and Personal Property Tax Abatements

Nearest Expressway: US-131

Distance in Miles: 8.5 miles

Class A All-Weather Road: M-222, A-37

Distance in Miles: 0.2 miles

Airport: Allegan Padgham Field Airport – 0.2 miles

Landing Strip / Helipad: Adjacent

Railroads:

Highway:


Occupant Services:

  • Gas Station(s) – 1 mile
  • Bank(s) – 1 mile
  • Restaurant(s) – 1 mile
  • Licensed Day-Care(s) – 1 mile


Park Tenants:

  • Allegan County Transportation
  • Allegan U Store, Ship & More
  • B&L Finishings
  • D&J Tool & Die
  • Fabricated Components & Assembly Inc.
  • Fresnius Medical Care
  • Perrigo Company - Allegan Logistics Center
  • Plumbers Toilets
  • Rivertown Gym & Fitness 
  • River Valley Machine
  • Servpro of Allegan and Barry
  • Summit Labs
  • Uni-Pac
  • VMS
  • Wolverine Enclosures

Click here to view the Allegan Highlands Business Park Brochure!

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Information About Park/Area:

Allegan Community Information -- Allegan, located on both sides of the Kalamazoo River, is on eof the most picturesque sites in the State. Allegan residents are proud of their historical heritage. Allegan was founded with a vision. When Elisha Ely settled on the bank of the Kalamazoo River in 1933, he quickly realized the potential for waterpower and transportation supplied by the river. Eastern backers, Samuel Hubbard, Charles Trowbridge, Pliny Cutler, and Edmund Monroe purchased land and formed "Boston Company". They envisioned Allegan as a manufacturing and shipping hub to rival Chicago.

Allegan Industry -- Allegan is a warm and friendly community ideally located for development. Allegan has a number of small town businesses. Allegan has 30 acres in the park still available. The Perrigo Company, an Allegan based pharmaceutical company, put in its $16 million distribution center. The facility is big enough to hold 11 football fields. The business park provides first-class building sites, varying in size, for a variety of industrial and business uses. It has full service city water and sewer access, with electric, gas, and communications. Allegan's Highland Park is a state-certified industrial park and meets the requirements of the State of Michigan. In addition, Highlands also offers easy access to major highways and interstate expressways, existing buildings and available lots for sale or lease, financial assistance and incentives and immediate access to a general utility airport and within 40 minutes of major regional airports in Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids.

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Positively Allegan -- There is only one Allegan, Michigan! The Allegan County seat, the city is a community with an unbeatable combination of historic small-town atmosphere and sense of community. The one-of-a-kind riverfront boardwalk, art-deco movie theatre, historic downtown and homes, and friendly citizens give Allegan its distinctive small town ambiance. Please checkout the website www.positivelyallegan.org for all of the up-to-date activities in the Allegan Area.

Allegan offers something for every age or personal tastes; a wide variety of events, and activities, recreation of all types from hunting & fishing, to golf, skiing and more, all within easy reach. For more information you can also visit www.positivelyallegan.org.

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Contact Us

Michigan Economic
Developers Association
P.O. Box 15096
Lansing, MI 48901-5096
PH: 517-241-0011
meda@medaweb.org