Johnston County Commissioners have unanimously approved a series of economic development incentives to support creation of a 264,000-sq.-ft. industrial building in Smithfield. The County will partner with a private development company in hopes of attracting an advanced manufacturer or life sciences operation to the high-quality speculative space.
“In today’s fast-moving economy, employers want industrial space equipped with modern amenities and ready for occupancy,” said R.S. “Butch” Lawter, Jr., chairman of the Johnston County Board of Commissioners. “This performance-based package of incentive grants will help facilitate the kind of real estate product Johnston County needs in order to stay competitive and continue generating high-wage jobs. We’re grateful for the creativity and hard work of our staff in ensuring our communities can continue embracing exciting economic opportunities when they come our way.”
Get more information on the proposed industrial site, and read the full press release below:
Brogden Industrial Site Flyer: