Project Description

Airport Industrial Park Site

Etowah County • near Gadsden, AL • 2500 acres • $12000

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This 2,500-acre property is a great place for a company to land. The site is located adjacent to the Northeast Alabama Regional Airport (a private, general aviation airport with an Instrument Landing System), in the city of Gadsden which has become a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity. The youth and energy of its revitalized downtown is making headlines, and companies like Back Forty Beer Company are putting down roots and growing nationally and even internationally. This site is in close proximity to the Coosa River and just a few miles from the $2 billion Honda Manufacturing of Alabama auto assembly plant in Lincoln.

General Site Data

Total Acres 2500
Available Acres 2500
Is Site Expandable Yes
Topography Flat
Previous Use Forest
Protective Covenants Yes
Environmental Audit Conducted Yes
Soil Report No
Fiber Optic Yes
Preliminary Geotechnical Report Yes
Preliminary Wetlands Assessment Yes
Ecological Review Yes
Cultural/Historical Resources Review Yes

Site Details

Properties In Favored, Industrial, Enterprise Zone, AdvantageSite
Street Address Airport Road
Nearest City Gadsden
County Etowah
Zoning Light Industry


Sale Price $12000
Price Comment N/A


Rail Service N/A
Rail Service #2 N/A
Navigable Waterway N/A
Nearest Commercial Air City N/A


Electric Alabama Power Company
Alt. Electric N/A
Natural Gas Alabama Gas Corporation
Water City of Gadsden
Sewer City of Gadsden
Internet & Telecom N/A
Fiber Optic Yes


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