Why do Cabarrus County and its communities along Interstate 85 have more than 3 million square feet in speculative industrial space proposed or ready for tenants?
The reasons range from location — the Interstate 85 corridor is more widely known for industrial operations than Interstate 77 — to incentives that reward developers for building as well as bringing jobs.
Cabarrus, along with at least two of its cities, Concord and Kannapolis, have incentive programs that encourage developers to build speculative industrial space. Most of York County’s incentives are based only on bringing jobs.
The Board of Directors of the Cabarrus County Economic Development Corporation announced the appointment of Robert (Robby) J. Carney, Jr. as Executive Director effective August 1st.
Carney has been the Executive Director of the Mooresville-South Iredell Economic Development Corporation since 2010.more»
KANNAPOLIS- Rowan-Cabarrus Community College has received a two-acre donation of land for construction of its Advanced Technology Center. The land was donated by David M. Murdock, chairman, CEO and president of Castle & Cooke and NC Research Campus (NCRC) founder.more»
MOUNT PLEASANT — The old Cabarrus Correctional Facility just outside of Mount Pleasant is finding new life as the new home of Southern Grace Distilleries, Inc.more»
Cabarrus Economic Development Corporation congratulates ECS Enterprises, Inc. and International Display Systems (IDS) on their growth and planned merger by forming ISE Enterprises, Inc.more»
iTek Corporation, a leading and cutting edge provider of commercial print
and business solutions to businesses in a wide range of industries, including professional sports marketing,
banking, education, biopharmaceutical, energy, manufacturing and advertising, has announced it will move its
offices and manufacturing facility from Charlotte, NC to new larger quarters at Airport Industrial Park in Concord,
NC. The move is expected to be completed by October 1st, 2016.