Vigo County Industrial Parks encompass 2,435 acres with all utilities on site and ready to go.
The VCIP I (Vigo County Industrial Park I) is 1,500-acre site featuring all underground power service and a substation for reliability. Natural gas, sanitary sewer, potable water and fiber optic services are in place.
VCIP II (Vigo County Industrial Park II) is immediately north of the VCIP I and is comprised of 935 acres. The VCIP II was acquired from the Pfizer Corporation. Like the VCIP I, it is owned by a single entity, Vigo County Redevelopment Commission.
Rail serves both VCIP I and VCIP II via CSX Rail Transportation. Both parks are located six miles south of Interstate Highway 70. on U.S. Highway 41.
The Hoosier Jack Mega Site consists of over 10,000 contiguous acres in southwestern Vigo County and northeastern Sullivan County. The entire parcel is owned by one entity. The property was a former Black Beauty (Peabody Coal) surface coal mining operation. Hoosier Jack is a combination of reclaimed surface property and undisturbed acreage. Given the immense size of the property, depicted is a 2,100 acre subset parcel. It's estimated there should be 1,000 contiguous, undisturbed/buildable acres within this subset, mostly on the west side which is borderd by CSX mainline. A connecting rail track runs through the center of the subset parcel and is owned by the property owner.
Located within the city proper, this 80-acre greenfield is bordered on two sides with several thousand feet of rail. Adjacent to the Fort Harrison Industrial Park, the site is zoned for M-2 Heavy Industry. The property is available as a design/build construction package.
Fort Harrison Business Park is privately held and is located within Terre Haute’s corporate limits.
Portions of the Park are currently being developed for manufacturing and commercial use, distribution and warehousing. Indiana Rail Road serves the Park. Approximately 113 acres+/- are still available.
The 44 acre greenfield site is owned by, and is part of the Terre Haute Regional Airport (HUF). The site completed Duke Energy's Site Readiness Program in partnership with McCullum & Sweeney Consulting.
FAA approval is required prior to building on the site. Access to the property is via U.S. Highway 42 and is 4 miles from Interstate Highway 70.
HUF is the 4th busiest airport in the state for operations with its 9,020 foot runway, which handles the largest military and civilian aircraft. HUF is positioned in a TIF District (Tax Increment Finance). FTZ (Foreign Trade Zone) benefits are available via INzone.