Sites and Buildings

Quality locations are ready now.

With a variety of available buildings and industrial sites — not to mention expertise needed to help close the deal — it won't take long to get up and running in Lee County.

Locations are available throughout the county, offering immediate access to highways serving points across the Southeast and beyond.

Major industrial sites include the Lee County Industrial Park, with a new section bordering U.S. 1 and providing quick access to Raleigh and Durham. On the other side of the county is SouthPark, a certified industrial site with immediate access to N.C. 87 and Fayetteville. And, now that the U.S. 421 Bypass is completed, both industrial parks have even easier access to regional markets.

Another major industrial site is the Moncure Megasite. The Moncure Megasite offers unparalleled access to a large and skilled workforce, major consumer markets, vendors and suppliers, three/tier-one research institutions, air and deep-water ports, and so much more. In addition, it is situated just minutes from the state capital of Raleigh, the Research Triangle Park, and the nation’s largest military installation, to create an unmatched opportunity for major manufacturers looking for the perfect location to build a state-of-the-art production facility. Learn more.
 

Other buildings and sites are located in and around Sanford, providing flexibility to meet any business need.

 

 

Avaliable Downtown sites & buildings can be searched here:
Downtown Sanford Properties link

 

Submit a Property

Don't see your property on either of those sites? Send us an email and include your name, contact information, and the site address. We will work with you and our partners to get it added to the respective sites.

 


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