Michigan Certified Business Parks

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Mid-Michigan Certified Business Parks


About Mid-Michigan

Please visit each park's page to learn more about available space, incentives for location, industry within its borders, its surrounding community, and more. The contact at the top of each page is happy to help if you have additional questions.

Central Location

The terms Central Michigan and Mid-Michigan are used interchangeably to describe this region's proximity in the state. The capitol of Michigan, Lansing, is located in Ingham County in Mid-Michigan. Saginaw, Midland, Bay City and Flint are other major cities. The area is connected to other regions of the state through an intricate highway system, making commuting, traveling and hauling easy for industries and individuals.


Mid-Michigan's economy is primarily agricultural, which corn, sugar beets and soybeans being the most grown crops, with strong job growth in construction and hospitality.

Labor Market Information

This region has a very stable economically with much help from General Motors, Michigan State University, the State Government, and the Sparrow Health System as primary employers.

The Michigan Workforce Development Agency provides up to date information on Michigan's workforce. See this page and visit the East Michigan, South Central and East Central Michigan labels for information about this region.

Doing Business in Michigan

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation can help with your Michigan location and business growth.

Corporate Sponsors

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Web Sponsors


Contact Us

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