Michigan Certified Business Parks

Built for Success

Southeast Michigan Certified Business Parks

Dexter Business and Research Park

Contact Information:

Michelle Aniol
Community Development Manager
City of Dexter
8140 Main Street
Dexter, MI 48130
Phone: (734) 580-2233
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www.dextermi.gov

General Information:

Park Address: Dan Hoey Rd.

County: Washtenaw

Size: 130 acres

Percent Developed: 80%

Percent Occupied: 75%

Price of Land per Acre: Negotiable

Incentives:

N/A

Nearest Expressway: I-94

Distance in Miles: 2 miles/5 minutes

Class A All-Weather Road: M-52

Distance in Miles: 10 miles/15 minutes

Airport: None

Landing Strip / Helipad: Not within park

Railroads: None

Highway: I-94 - 2 miles


Occupant Services:

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


Park Tenants:

  • Abletech
  • All Seasons Gutters, Inc.
  • Automation Controls & Engineering
  • Berry & Assoc., Inc.
  • Bishop Business Condominiums
  • Dapco Industries
  • Detention Basin
  • Dexter Dist. Center/DexTech
  • Dexter Fastener Technologies
  • Dexter Land, LLC
  • Diecutting Services, Inc.
  • Door Control, Inc.
  • Doors & Drawers
  • Growers Supply Co.
  • IGS
  • K Space Assoc., Inc.
  • Northern United Brewing
  • Protomatic
  • QED Lisa Lewis
  • SAGA USA, Inc.
  • SIKO Products, Inc.
  • Tanner Supply
  • T-Bis Company
  • Utilities Instrumentation Services
  • Vancon
  • Vanston Obrien, Inc.
  • Variety Die & Stamping
  • Vicon Supply
  • Wenzler USA

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Information About Park/Area:

Dexter History -- Both the City (formerly Village) and Township of Dexter were named after the Honorable Samuel W. Dexter, who purchased land that originated the village. The area was first settled in 1824 and was known as the "Mill Creek Settlement." The name changed to Dexter in 1830 when the village was platted. The City of Dexter is said to have been planned so that the sun could shine on both sides of each street all day. Judge Dexter's home, called Gordon Hall, still exists as a museum.

Parks in Dexter -- Dexter is full of nice parks for relaxation and recreation. Monument Park hold many events, a famous gazebo and shade trees among other things. Community Park has pavilions for rent, a walking path, basketball court, playsets and much more. Mill Creek Park has places for kayak launching and fishing along the banks of the Mill Creek. Peace Park is a place for relaxation with benches and gardens. Other parks include Lions Park and First Street Park.

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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