Website : www.fayettevillencchamber.org
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Refer to the above website.
Phyllis M. Owens,
(910)484-4242 ext. 246
Note : CEcD
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area served - see also Mid-Atlantic
regional maps for a larger perspective, and the local
on their website. The 100 mile radius map below is for convenience to
visualize the scale and nearby cities of the region.
Ad Recall : Recent
Fayetteville NC ads
Fayetteville, North Carolina is in Cumberland County along
the Interstate 95 corridor.
See also : Google
Local map and business search for the
Fayetteville, NC 28302 area.
GIS mapping application for Cumberland County is under development
|Highlights of recent
developments of interest to investors
- Lear Siegler has leased the Vic West Building and
will hire 75 mechanics
- DAK Americas will invest $2.28 million at
existing facilities in Cedar Creek to construct an inter-modal facility
and extend rail lines. The facility will be available for use by
- South River Electric Membership Co-op is
completing a new $3.2 million, 25,000 sq. ft. call center to open in
- Nitta Gelatin will invest $26 million in a new
- Kelly Springfield, the county's largest employer,
is investing $51.9 million in a new tire line and warehouse expansion
- Lear Siegler has leased the 60,000 sq. ft. Cutler
Hammer Building, creating 300 jobs paying in excess of $45,000 per year
- Downtown Development - three major projects to
add housing, retail space, parking and a new park
|Suggestions of other
information sources about the area
sites and buildings
in the Fayetteville area - list of PDF fact sheets
125,048 sq ft industrial / warehouse building -
Cumberland Industrial Center
Print flyer : (Adobe .pdf)
with property summary
- Can expand to 375.000 sq ft - see site plan and map of the area
- New shell, completed May 2002, served by three I-95
- Convenient location for eastern US distribution,
- 27' center, 24' eave heights = high eaves for
- other greenfield sites from 6 to 168 acres available -
$25,000 per acre
- Prior site use - agricultural and woodlands -
greenfield, not industrial
Cedar Creek Business Center
- 5 to 33 acre greenfield sites near Interstate 95 (1.2
- A North Carolina "Certified Site" in a State
Development Zone (SDC)
- This offers additional state tax credits for job
creation and training
workforce information is available on their website
major local employers is available on their website. We have also
listed a few examples of major
companies in this region of North Carolina
The state has funded a Military Business Center in
Fayetteville to assist companies interested in gaining contracts for
Department of Defense work.
|Competitive advantages of
the area for potential investors
- Available labor pool of quality applicants
- Excellent educational institutions in the area
- Nearly 8,000 ex-military personnel seeking local
- Central location along the eastern seaboard
- Infrastructure for industrial needs
investment support services offered
Fayetteville Area Economic Development Corporation, an affiliate of the
Cumberland County Business Council, works in partnership with Cumberland
County, the City of Fayetteville, and The Public Works Commission to provide
a company with the financial tools needed to establish and operate a
profitable business in the area.
supporting direct investment in the area
Department of Commerce
Additional links to
related sites are available on their website
Infrastructure : utilities
Railroads : CSX, Norfolk Southern
and Aberdeen & Rockfish serve this area, but service may not be readily
available directly to some of the new industrial park sites. An
inter-modal facility with rail service is being developed by Dak Americas at
The Aberdeen & Rockfish website highlights some available
industrial sites which it serves.
military is an important part of who Cumberland County is and why we offer
our industries skilled and hard working employees, ex-military members
choosing to stay in the area.
We embrace the military and work to improve
communications and create an environment for cooperation and collaboration.
Now working with companies such as ITT, AMC, Lear Siegler, Raytheon and
others, the community is seeing more job growth.
These companies have typically employed civilians and
recently parted military members within the post environment, but space
available is in short supply. We are now aiding these companies as
they move off post and create jobs in industrial park settings.
Fayetteville, NC is one of the most diverse communities in
the world, and our melting pot offers unique opportunities to those who
understand the real benefits of our truly patriotic, home town community."
Date information provided
Replied to the
GUIDE Network Survey December 22, 2004
5, 2005 for new website links.
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