What To Know:
The 353 Redevelopment Corporation has purchased 115 acres of The Watermann Farm located just south of Heidmann Industrial Park with direct access to Highway 100. The new park, financed by the City of Washington, will allow for flexible lot layouts for large and small projects alike with access to industrially rated utilities and infrastructure.
The Richard Oldenburg Industrial Park will be named after the City’s first Economic Development Director. Richard Oldenburg served the community for 26 years and during his tenure approximately 30 industries moved to or expanded in Washington allowing for the creation of upwards of 3,000 jobs. Washington is proud to honor Richard Oldenburg’s legacy with the region’s next premier industrial park.
A Growing Community
Washington is a growing community with a rich history in manufacturing. Providing employment for a trade area of over 60,000 people and home to over 60 industries, Washington has had great success in industrial development. With less than 20 acres of industrial land currently available, City Officials and local business leaders knew now was the time to invest in the region’s next industrial park. The Richard Oldenburg Industrial Park will provide local businesses an opportunity to continue to grow in Washington as well as give any industry an opportunity to locate in Washington.
To learn more about the project, see available lots, or learn about all Washington has to offer businesses visit www.washmoworks.com
or contact Sal Maniaci, Director of Community and Economic Development at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at 636-390-1004.
Watermann Family Press Release