Orangeburg County is prepared to meet your site selection criteria with numerous available sites, buildings and build-to-suit options throughout the area. Free-standing tracts ranging from four to more than 1,000 acres are available.
A 450-acre Class A industrial park strategically located at the intersection of I-26 and U.S. 301, offers all utilities, protective covenants and one-half mile of interstate visibility. Speculative shell buildings and greenfield sites are available. Owned and operated by Orangeburg County and the City of Orangeburg, the park is destined to become the premier industrial park in South Carolina’s midlands.
The John W. Matthews, Jr. Industrial Park is the newest entry in Orangeburg’s extensive portfolio of industrial sites. Located at the intersection of U.S. 176 and U.S. 301, the park is comprised of 556 acres with approximately 335 developable acres of land. This park is located 15 minutes from the I-95/I-26 interchange. It is anticipated that intersection can provide the engine that drives the economy of this region for many years to come.
The Orangeburg County Industrial Park, a 93-acre county-owned development located south of the City of Orangeburg is just nine miles from I-26. Twenty-five acres remain available in the park. All improvements and utilities, which are serviced by the City of Orangeburg Department of Public Utilities, are in place. Norfolk Southern’s main line forms the eastern boundary of the park, and the Orangeburg Municipal Airport is easily accessible.