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Gateway West Commerce Park is a shovel-ready development, owned by Rutherford County and developed for high quality advanced manufacturing, automotive and technology opportunities. Over 17 acres are pre-graded and available to reduce time, risk and cost for your project. Click here for more information.

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Shovel Ready Parks

Rutherford County offers over 470 acres of shovel-ready sites available in two uniquely different parks.  Approximately 74 acres of property is owned free-and-clear by Rutherford County, including all improvements, and is being developed for high quality advanced manufacturing, automotive and technology opportunities. An additional 400 acres of shovel-ready sites are available in a privately-owned, master planned business park to accommodate manufacturing and distribution opportunities. Property within each of the parks can be subdivided to accommodate the specific needs of a development project.

Close proximity to three interstate highways and convenient access to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, as well as Charlotte Douglas International Airport, make Rutherford County’s shovel-ready parks a strategic advantage for business success.


GATEWAY WEST COMMERCE PARK
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This 74 acre, shovel-ready, park has been developed for advanced manufacturing, automotive and technology opportunities. This park was selected and evaluated as part of the 2013 Duke Site Readiness Program. Site development activities were completed in April 2015 to prepare a 17 acre pre-graded site for future development. Read More


RIVERSTONE BUSINESS PARK
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RiverStone is a modern, planned business park located in the foothills of Western North Carolina. The park is located along US Highway 221 in southern Rutherford County and is strategically located between I-85, I-26, and US-74, providing one-day truck shipping to significant portions of the eastern United States. Phase I of the park is comprised of 400 acres of shovel-ready sites ready for immediate development. Read More