Built for Success
Leslie Business Park
City of Leslie
106 E. Bellevue St., PO Box 496
Leslie, MI 49251-0496
Phone: 517-589-8236 ext.104
Park Address: 106 E. Bellevue St., P.O. Box 496
Size: 46.67 acres
Percent Developed: 73%
Percent Occupied: 32%
Price of Land per Acre: $30,000 — Negotiable
Incentives: Opportunity for free land with job creation.
Nearest Expressway: US-127
Distance in Miles: 1.1/3 minutes
Class A All-Weather Road: Fitchburg Rd.
Distance in Miles: At Park Entrance
Airport: Mason Jewett Field — 11.1 miles/15 minutes
Landing Strip / Helipad: Not within park
Highway: I-94, US-127 - Convenient location between highways.
- Gas Station(s) – .5 mile
- Bank(s) – .7 mile
- Restaurant(s) – .7 mile
- Licensed Day-Care(s) – .7 mile
- Antler Development Co
- Huron Technologies, Inc.
- JD Norman Industries
- Renewal Technologies
Information About Park/Area:
Leslie Businesses and Industries – Historic Main street, located down the major hill entering the city from the highway includes the Events Center, Crossroads Bar and Grill, Joe’s South of the Border Café, Mitchell’s Department store, Leslie Lanes bowling alley, Leslie Veterinary Hospital, Marco’s Pizza, and a party store. Atop of the hill is the consumer area of the town where the Valu Land grocery store, Subway restaurant, Welcome Pharmacy, Byrum Hardware, Dollar General store, and McDonald’s restaurant are located. Additional places to eat include Dave’s Pizza and Subs, Leslie Depot Dinner, a historical railroad depot that was restored into a restaurant, and the seasonal Leslie Drive In. Three gas stations and three banks are located within the city limits, as well as, three re-sale shops and numerous salons. Main industries for employment are construction, metal and metal products, health care and food and beverage stores.
Facts about Leslie – Leslie has a population of about 1,850 residents. There are many recreational activities available, including the Russell Park Playscape, a city swimming pool, baseball, soccer, and bowling. There are numerous creeks that flow through the city, Huntoon Creek, draining out from Huntoon Lake off of East Kinneville carves its way through downtown Leslie and by the City of Leslie Little League Baseball fields. Leslie has a developing city atmosphere. There is a strong diversity of housing options including numerous new homes, subdivisions, and multifamily units being built that encourage new residents. Leslie was originally named Meekerville, and became a city in 1968.