Michigan Certified Business Parks

Built for Success

Mid-Michigan Certified Business Parks

Oakwood Executive Park

Contact Information:

Marsha Zimmerman
Marketing Manager
Dart Development Group
500 Hogsback Rd.
Mason, MI 48854
Phone: (517) 244-2642
Fax: (517) 244-2698
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www.dartdevelopment.com

General Information:

Park Address: Pine Tree Rd.

County: Ingham

Size: 100 acres

Percent Developed: 35%

Percent Occupied: 96%

Price of Land per Acre: Build to suit for lease only.

Incentives: N/A

Nearest Expressway: US-127, I-96

Distance in Miles: .25

Class A All-Weather Road: Pine Tree Rd., Grand Oak Dr., English Oak Dr., Sovereign Dr., Spanish Oak Dr.

Distance in Miles: Within park

Airport: Capital City Airport – 10 miles

Landing Strip / Helipad: Not within park.

Railroads: None

Highway: US-127 — .5 miles


Occupant Services:

  • Gas Station(s) – .25 mile
  • Bank(s) – .25 mile
  • Restaurant(s) – .25 mile
  • Licensed Day-Care(s) – 5 miles


Park Tenants:

  • A.S.K.
  • Capital Cheer All Stars LLC
  • Dart Development
  • Data Mail
  • Dental Health Products, Inc.
  • Draths Corporation
  • DeLaval Inc.
  • ECT
  • Fitzgerald Henne & Associates, Inc.
  • FlorHeat
  • LSG Engineers & Surveyors
  • Merchant Solutions
  • International, Inc.
  • MPT of Lansing, LLC
  • Netflix
  • Oerlikon Balzer's
  • Professional Service Industries
  • Red Cedar Gymnastics
  • RJ Schinner
  • Schindler Elevator
  • SGA Holdings, Inc.
  • Stafford-Smith Inc
  • Stiefel Associates
  • Verdeturbo Technologies, Inc.
  • Work Squared, LLC
  • Zip Medical Supplies LLC.

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Information About Park/Area:

Lansing History -- Lansing was chosen as Michigan’s Capital City because of its central location. Its beautiful capital, built in 1879 and restored between 1989 and 1992 makes it a must see destination for visitors. Lansing is also known as the Car Capital of North America and is the birthplace of Oldsmobile founded in 1897. Today, more cars are produced in Lansing (over 400,000 each year) than any other city on the continent. Since 1847 Lansing has been home to Michigan's state government. In 1879 the state completed and dedicated its present Capitol, designed by Elijah E. Myers. The Renaissance Revival-inspired statehouse is still the most distinctive attraction of Lansing's downtown area.

Interesting Places in Downtown Lansing -- While in Lansing, be sure to take a tour of its Capitol Building. The Capitol has been beautifully restored, so the tour is visually and educationally stimulating. The library of Michigan is open to the public with its 27 miles of shelving, including one of the ten largest genealogical collections in the United States, a unique Michigan Collection and legal materials dating back centuries among many more interesting materials. The Michigan Historical Museum is a sight to see! Unique exhibits walk visitors through such pieces of prominent Michigan history as the 1957 Detroit Auto Show and the Upper Peninsula Copper Mine. Downtown Lansing also has several shops and eateries.

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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