Fort Harrison Business Park is a privately held facility within Terre Haute’s corporate limits with greenfield sites that can be developed for new industrial structures.
The 152-acre planned development is situated at the northeast corner of North Fruitridge Avenue and Steelton Road in Terre Haute, Indiana. Portions of the Park are currently being developed for manufacturing and commercial use, distribution and warehousing, and office space and industrial facilities. Approximately 113 acres+/- are still available.
Fort Harrison Business Park (FHBP) is a 152-acre planned development situated at the northeast corner of North Fruitridge Avenue and the Steelton Road intersection.
Portions of the park are currently being developed which include manufacturing and commercial use, distribution and warehousing, and office space and industrial facilities. There are approximately 113 acres+/- still available.
M-2 Heavy Industry District Planned Development.
Fort Harrison Business Park is located approximately six miles north of Interstate Highway 70, five miles east of U.S. Highway 41 and two miles north of U.S. Highway 40 and State Road 46. Terre Haute International Airport is the nearest commercial airport at five miles from site. Indianapolis International Airport is the nearest passenger airport, 70-miles east.
Power — provided by Duke Energy at 12 & 34.5 KV.
Water — provided by Indiana American Water Company, 12” main adjacent to the site at corner of Fruitridge and Steelton and a 15” main along the north side of property.
Gas — provided by Vectren North Inc.
Sewer — provided by the City of Terre Haute, 15” main adjacent to the site at the corner of Fruitridge and Steelton and 15” main along Haythorne.
Communications — Frontier Communications; JOINK.
Rail — CSX Transportation; Indiana Railroad Company
Highway — Interstate Highway 70; U.S. Highways 40, 41, 150; State Roads 42, 46, 63
Truck Service —Terre Haute is served by 52 over-the-road truck lines, 12 have terminals in the city.
Air —Terre Haute International Airport; Indianapolis International Airport
Ports — Indiana’s three ports are accessible by rail and highway to/from Terre Haute, Indiana. The Burns Harbor Portage is located in the northwest corner of the state, and Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon Portages are located in the southern corners of the state.
Terre Haute Economic Development Corporation, 630 Wabash Avenue, Suite 101, Terre Haute, IN 47807 • Phone: 812.234.2524 • Web: www.terrehauteedc.com • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org