Well-connected, both virtually and literally.
Warren County's proximity to metropolitan areas provides access to all major resources, such as Raleigh-Durham International Airport via major highways, including Interstate 85, U.S. Highway 1 and U.S. Highway 158. You'll also find multiple high-speed Internet options, as well as water, sewer and natural gas availability.
County officials boast that Warren offers something more: A congestion-free environment conducive to productivity and morale. It has a dependable, loyal and eager workforce, and businesses considering relocation can take advantage of custom-designed worker training from area community colleges and tier-one state income tax credit for job creation and investment.
In addition, the county offers the N. C. Certified Site Advantage - a head start for rapid construction. Sites bearing this logo have undergone rigorous testing to ensure that each property is prepared for development. Triangle North Warren, located just off U.S. Highway 1, near Interstate 85, has 860 certified acres, expandable to over 1,000 acres, and is ideally situated for logistics solutions. Other sites include acreage at Interstate interchanges, offering desirable visibility as well as infrastructure. Whatever your project requires, Warren County has an ideal location at an affordable price.
With all this space, Warren County offers plenty of outdoor recreation - from strolling through quaint historic towns to horseback riding, boating and fishing in more than 70,000 acres of freshwater lakes. The well-equipped schools, ample shopping and homes to suit every taste enable residents to enjoy country living without sacrificing convenience. Or action - activities abound with area concert series, theatrical performances at Lakeland Theatre, the county fair, the Haliwa-Saponi Powwow and other seasonal festivities.
This is one place that's truly got a little of everything - and a lot of what your business may be looking for.