Industrial Development

Industrial developers and businesses benefit from Racine County’s central location in the Chicago-Milwaukee Corridor. Racine County has a variety of options to fit any industrial users’ needs. The County features move in ready speculative industrial buildings and shovel ready sites located in business parks for build to suit projects that can accommodate any industrial or warehousing business’s needs.

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    Recent Industrial Development News

    Welcome to the 2023 Industrial Development Update by RCEDC. We are thrilled to share with you the latest developments in our region's industrial landscape.

    The Village of Mount Pleasant, Racine County, Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC), Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and Milwaukee 7 today announced the closing of Microsoft Corporation’s (Microsoft) approximately $50 million land purchase of a 315-acre parcel of land in the Village of Mount Pleasant in Racine County. The company plans to create a data center campus.

    The Mount Pleasant Village Board approved three agreements that advance plans from Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft) to purchase a 315-acre parcel of land in the Village of Mount Pleasant to develop a data center campus.

    The Village of Mount Pleasant, Racine County, Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC), Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), and Milwaukee 7 announced plans for an agreement with Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft) to purchase a 315-acre parcel of land in the Village of Mount Pleasant in Racine County. The aim is to create a data center campus.

    Companies of all sizes, from all across the world are choosing to invest in Racine County. Since establishing their presence here in the 90's, Ashley Capital's Gary Rosecrans and Lee & Associates' John Sharpe quickly realized the value of doing business in Racine County.

    There is a new 188,000 square foot speculative development planned for Caledonia's DeBack Farms Business Park.

    Hillwood, a national investment and development company, expanded their footprint in Racine County purchasing a 19-acre parcel, where they recently celebrated the groundbreaking of what will be a 247,105 SF industrial speculative building.

    During the next several years, nearly 1 million square feet of industrial development is planned for the DeBack Farms Business Park in the Village of Caledonia. Scannell Properties, headquartered in Indianapolis, plans to develop a 65-acre site in the park over three phases. A General Mills warehouse and distribution center is planned to occupy the first building.

    EVEN A GLOBAL PANDEMIC CAN'T SLOW THIS COMMUNITY DOWN The City of Burlington and RCEDC have been partnering on economic and community development projects since the early 1990’s. Through this team effort, the City has been able to site a…

    With fulfillment centers in Oak Creek (constructed) and Kenosha (operational), Amazon plans to utilize Racine County's centralized location as home for two new delivery hubs. One hub will be located in Sturtevant's Enterprise Business Park, and the other in Yorkville's…

    1570 International Drive, Mount Pleasant, WI Building 3 is a recently completed speculative industrial building for lease, developed by HSA Commercial. The state-of-the-art building features a total of 116,600 SF (divisible to 20,000 SF) on 6.89 acres with office space…

    Racine County is located in the fast-growing industrial corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago along Interstate 94. Racine County celebrates its manufacturing heritage, rich farmland, beautiful beaches, and distinctive architecture.

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