Prime Industrial Land and Buildings
Located less than 50 miles south of Portland, the Mid-Willamette Valley is a dynamic location for business expansion and relocation. The areas cost competitive sites, close to major population centers in the Northwest have access to a well-trained labor force, enterprise zones and pro-business city governments. Economic benefits include:
- Low Business Costs
- Abundant High-Quality Water
- I-5 Corridor, Port of Portland, Rail Services
- Job-Ready Workforce
SEDCOR maintains a listing of industrial land and buildings in Marion and Polk Counties on Business Oregon’s website [click here].
For information on properties in Marion County [click here]
For information on properties in Polk County [click here]
The Oregon Business Development Department provides information on the benefits of doing business in Oregon – Workforce Profiles, Community Profiles, Oregon Business Guide and more.
The State of Oregon’s Certified Industrial Lands program translates community development into accelerated economic growth. Today’s corporate real estate market demands industrial sites that offer strategic advantages for project development. Oregon’s program meets this demand by creating an inventory of highly marketable, shovel-ready industrial sites.
Mill Creek Corporate Center, Salem OR
A 514-acre industrial site in Salem, Oregon offers a premier location with immediate access to the I-5 Corridor. Mill Creek is the region’s largest and most dynamic new development opportunity. The shared goal of this development, as well as others in the area, is to promote economic growth and job creation along with quality, open spaces.Click here for additional information >
City of Salem Property for Sale
Salem Renewable Energy & Technology Center
A Place for Sustainable Industry to Grow and Thrive
5475 Block Gaffin Road SE
Oregon Certified “Shovel Ready”
The Salem Renewable Energy and Technology Center is located on prime industrial land in Salem, Oregon. This 80-acre site is poised to attract companies involved in renewable energy research, manufacturing and related services to Salem and the region. SANYO Solar of Oregon, LLC has constructed a 130,000 SF facility to manufacture silicon ingot and solar wafers on the first 19.77 acres on the southern portion of the site.Click here for additional Information >
Salem Airport – McNary Field
The Salem Municipal Airport is conveniently located in Oregon’s capital city and directly adjacent to two large Urban Renewal Industrial areas, with direct access to Interstate 5 and just minutes from the downtown core. An expanded commercial terminal has recently been completed and the development plans for expanding the runway to 7,000 feet are underway.Click here for additional information >