Home to over 903 businesses and 16 manufacturing companies employing over 100 people, Granville County's rich heritage and rural beauty blends harmoniously with its modern, business-friendly environment. With its close proximity to an International Airport, an abundant skilled work force, modest land costs, low taxes, and a high quality of life, Granville County makes an excellent choice for business expansion and location.
Triangle North Granville is a life sciences and technology park located in the northern part of the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina, one of the most economically competitive locations in the world. Click here to view the proposed master plan of the site. The master plan is subject to change.
527-acre industrial park documented shovel-ready after extensive assessments by qualified engineers and consultants.
40-minute drive to Research Triangle Park and Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Approximately 45 miles from N.C. State University’s Centennial Campus.
Four miles to Henderson-Oxford Airport (HNZ).
Three miles of frontage along Interstate 85.
Eligibility for Tier One (i.e., most lucrative) status when applying for North Carolina incentives.
Precision customer Isolera Extracts recently opened the doors on their all-new hemp processing facility in Oxford, North Carolina and will create 100 new jobs.
“The quality of the workforce here is exceptional,” CEO Jack Tatum remarked. “There is a lot of local talent and we are looking forward to working with our team to push the boundaries forward in this new and exciting industry.”
“We could not be more pleased to operate Isolera Extracts in Granville County,” Tatum said. “We’ve received a warm reception from Granville County, the City of Oxford and the state of North Carolina. The entire community is behind us and our partnership with Granville County and its farmers is an exciting opportunity for everyone.”
Interested in learning more about Granville County? Click to connect with their economic development team.