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Fenton US-23 Industrial Park

Contact Information:

Michael Hart
Assistant City Manager
City of Fenton
301 S. Leroy St.
Fenton, MI 48430
Phone: (810) 629-2261
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www.cityoffenton.org / www.fentonbecloser.com

General Information:

Park Address:

County: Genesee

Size: 207 acres

Percent Developed: 90%

Percent Occupied: 80%

Price of Land per Acre: $150,000

Incentives:

Nearest Expressway: US-23

Distance in Miles: .5 miles

Class A All-Weather Road: Owen Rd.

Distance in Miles: 0.1 miles

Airport: Flint Bishop Airport - 10miles/15 minutes

Landing Strip / Helipad:

Railroads:

Highway: US-23, I-75


Occupant Services:

  • Gas Station(s) – .2 mile
  • Bank(s) – .2 mile
  • Restaurant(s) – .2 mile
  • Licensed Day-Care(s) – .5 mile


Park Tenants:

  • Atlas Technologies
  • B F N LLC
  • B & M Capital Investments LLC
  • Creative Foam Corporation
  • Creekside Properties
  • Cummings, Gerald Trust
  • DMCD, LLC
  • D W Detroit Ltd
  • Epic Machine
  • Fenton Investment
  • Fredrick Realty LLC
  • GIGATEK
  • Gus LLC
  • Harroun Enterprises
  • Hoetger, William P
  • JHM Holdings LLC
  • K & K Leasing
  • KUKA/ B & K Corp
  • Loramendi Inc.
  • Moller, Richard W
  • Parker's Propane Gas Co
  • Pettibone Properties LLC
  • PDB Investments LLC
  • Pushman MFG
  • Ring & Screw Inc
  • R & R Landholdings LLC
  • Shouse Enterprises
  • Sonic Motors Inc
  • Thompson Rental LLC
  • Trinity Enterprises Rockman
  • W Webb Enterprises LLC

  • Atlas Technologies on Copper Ave.JPG
  • CBP Entrance Sign .JPG
  • Creative Foam Corp Sign.jpg
  • Hanwha Bldg Entrance on Copper Ave.JPG
  • Harroun Enterprises Sign on Fenway Cr.JPG
  • KUKA Assembly  Test Corp Bldg Sign on .JPG
  • Looking North along Industrial Way from Park Entrance .JPG
  • Precision Metal Spinning Bldg on .JPG

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Information About Park/Area:

Fenton Economic Development -- Fenton, Michigan, is the focal point and a destination for many from surrounding communities. Residents and visitors alike appreciate The City of Fenton’s historic, small-town feel along with the variety of shops, restaurants and professional services. Eager to preserve its history while planning for the future. Fenton is in the center of it all. Located near US-23 and within a 60-mile radius of Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint, Lansing, Northern Oakland County and Saginaw, Fenton has many unique features that will help your business thrive. Currently, the City is proud of their new marketing campaign asking us to Be Closer. The City is also excited about the Downtown Renovation that is underway with the Michigan Brewing Company restoring the Old Fire Hall in Downtown. We are also excited about many other projects that are planned to occur in the next few years. The City is focusing on making our Downtown the most vibrant in Genesee County. The Department of Economic Development provides services to stimulate economic development and assist the development process. We offer many different programs in order to facilitate and encourage private development in Fenton. Our staff assists developers in accessing City programs and services to facilitate business expansion and relocation within the city. We understand that time is money and encourage you to take a few moments to explore the resources and incentives Fenton has to offer. You will be surprised to learn that the simple reality is that all of us genuinely want what is best for Fenton today and beyond.

Fenton Community -- The City of Fenton is conveniently located in lower mid-Michigan with access to the U.S. 23 expressway from three locations in the city at Owen, Silver Lake, and North roads. The population of the City of Fenton, according to updated 2010 U.S. Census Bureau figures, is 11,786. The City of Fenton’s downtown area retains much of its historical look while at the same time is undergoing major re-investment and revitalization. The Shiawassee River also flows over a dam through the park in the center of town. The park is overlooked by city hall and includes an old-fashioned gazebo and walkway by the river. Fenton offers a wide variety of shopping, at the Silver Lake shopping district. There are also several different places to dine, ranging from regional food chains to fine dining restaurants. The city is in the heart of a beautiful recreation area. There are 58 lakes within a 10-mile radius of the city, which are used for fishing, boating, swimming and other water sports. The Silver Lake Park features a municipal beach and picnic areas. Lake Fenton, with more than 11 miles of shoreline, is the largest lake in the area. The area around the city provides facilities for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and ice boating in the winter. Other things to do include bowling, golfing, canoeing, and much more.

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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