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Five Industrial Park Developments Transforming Greater Chattanooga

From bustling logistics hubs to cutting-edge manufacturing centers, Greater Chattanooga’s 16-county region is witnessing a surge in industrial growth and economic prosperity.

Carefully planned and strategically located, these parks offer excellent opportunities for businesses to thrive with state-of-the-art infrastructure, access to skilled labor and supportive business environments.

Explore some of the industrial parks shaping our region’s landscape, attracting investments and fueling job creation.

Cloud Springs I-75 Park

Location: Catoosa County, Georgia

Cloud Springs Interstate 75 Park offers exceptional visibility and access to I-75.

This newly developed park provides a customizable single campus, allowing for over a million square feet of space. The park also offers heavy industrial zoning, with on-site utilities readily available.

Businesses looking to expand can benefit from Class A build-to-suit spaces accommodating up to 715,000 contiguous square feet.

The park is well-positioned to meet the demands of clients with its proximity to a highly skilled labor force and convenient access to downtown Chattanooga.

North River Commerce Center

Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee

Built on the former DuPont plant — once home to more than 5,000 employees producing industrial nylon — this development is now poised to become a light industrial, warehouse and office development.

This 800,000-square-foot Class A industrial development is in Chattanooga’s premier commerce corridor, offering ample opportunities for businesses to thrive.

The project includes planned buildings ranging in size from 190,000 to 217,000 square feet, as well as a build-to-suit opportunity for up to 350,000 square feet of customized space.

The park is conveniently located only 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, providing convenience and efficiency, while being located just 10 miles from I-75 and Interstate 24.

Spring Branch Industrial Park

Location: Cleveland, Tennessee

Located on 331 acres, Spring Branch Industrial Park is built with business and community in mind.

The park offers more than 110 acres of open space, providing a buffer between neighboring areas, ensuring physical separation of individual sites, and protecting water resources.

Its location provides easy access to the recently expanded I-75 and to a new interchange on Highway 74. The park initiated infrastructure development in 2017, establishing internal roadways and utility installations while laying the groundwork for industrial expansion.

The park attracted companies like hot stamping plant, Cannon Automotive Solutions, and titanium alloy powder manufacturer Amaero.

Custom food manufacturer, SK Foods recently announced plans to employ more than 800 people at a new facility in the park. These investments will bring 1,100 new jobs to the industrial park over the next several years.

Murray South Industrial Park

Location: Murray County, Georgia

Murray County is poised for economic expansion with its GRAD-certified industrial park, featuring 500 acres of prime land ideal for industrial manufacturing, warehousing and distribution projects.

The site’s access to logistics infrastructure makes it a hot spot for expanding businesses. Full due diligence, including environmental analyses and engineering studies, were completed.

Located just 12 miles from the Appalachian Regional Port in Chatsworth, Georgia, the park offers convenient connectivity to major transportation hubs like I-75, the Atlanta airport and the Savannah Port. With CSX rail service, investors can tap into global markets, making this a promising investment destination.

Regional 75 Commerce Park

Location: McMinn County, Tennessee

Found on Exit 60 next to I-75 in Sweetwater, Tennessee, the 75 Regional Commerce Park is a clear choice for businesses seeking growth and expansion.

This park is located between Knoxville, Tennessee and Chattanooga, providing access to a variety of markets across East Tennessee. The industrial park is ideally suited to a wide range of commercial and industrial businesses thanks to its topography level and flexible zoning.

Major manufacturing and distribution giants like Volkswagen Chattanooga and Amazon are within a one-hour drive, making this park a great hub for existing companies looking to expand their market and new companies looking to establish a location in the Southeast.

Walker County Business Park

Location: Walker County, Georgia

Featuring 530 acres of prime land, this park offers the ideal environment for industrial development.

Its location along Highway 27 in LaFayette, Georgia, provides superior connectivity to a four-lane highway and rail service, offering seamless transportation for businesses and encouraging industrial growth.

The industrial park offers excellent speed to market with top utilities readily available including fiber-optic.

It is home to Audia, a leading plastics company, and offers a range of industrial lots, from small parcels to extensive tracts. The largest available parcel spans 100 acres, ensuring ample space for expansion.

The park is designed with business growth in mind and is zoned exclusively for industrial use.


Greater Chattanooga Economic Partnership (GCEP) is a public-private, regional economic development partnership representing a 16-county region in Northeast Alabama, Northwest Georgia and Southeast Tennessee.

GCEP focuses on building awareness of the region for business expansion and relocation and is managed through the Chattanooga Chamber Foundation in partnership with local economic development organizations throughout the region.

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