The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, Bay Line and CSX rail, Interstate 10, and Port Panama City, which serves as a foreign trade zone, provide Bay County with a unique transportation infrastructure.
The West Bay Sector Plan is a 75,000 acre, multi-use, master planned development anchored by the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport. Venture Crossings Enterprise Centre is the first phase of development... Read More »
Calhoun County is designated as one of eight counties in the Northwest Florida Rural Area of Critical Economic Concern (RACEC). These counties are organized as Opportunity Florida and offer aggressive tax incentives to new and expanding businesses. The county offers numerous pad-ready industrial sites, including sites directly served by the county’s general aviation airport.
Calhoun County is home to the corporate offices... Read More »
Naval Air Station Pensacola, located in Escambia County, is home to the Blue Angels. NAS Pensacola, recognized as a premier naval installation in the Department of the Navy, is primarily dedicated to the training of Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard personnel in naval aviation.
The Pensacola International Airport, Amtrak and CSX rail, Interstates 110 and 10, and the Port of Pensacola – which serves as a foreign trade... Read More »
World renowned for its natural beauty, Franklin County’s coastal communities of Apalachicola, St. George Island, Carrabelle, and East Point offer miles of uncrowded, pristine white sand beaches, acres of national and state forests, and countless quaint shops and restaurants. Part of the “Forgotten Coast,” St. George Island beaches have been ranked among the most beautiful in the world.
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Gadsden County is one of four counties constituting the Tallahassee MSA. Located just west of Tallahassee/Leon County, Gadsden County offers the best of both worlds - a rural, small town quality of life with easy access to the amenities associated with a larger city.
Gadsden County’s transportation infrastructure includes the Tallahassee Regional Airport, Quincy Airport, CSX rail, and Interstate 10.
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Located proximate to the urban amenities of Panama City, Gulf County offers the best of both worlds. Numerous commercial and industrial sites and buildings are available, as well as an unparalleled quality of life among quaint, picturesque small towns and miles of white sand beaches along the Gulf Coast.
Transportation infrastructure includes a barge facility at the Port of Port St. Joe, offering direct access to both the Gulf of... Read More »
A predominantly rural county located north of the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, Holmes County offers an abundance of natural resources, direct access to CSX rail and Interstate 10, and an adaptable, quality workforce.
Holmes County is one of eight counties in the Northwest Florida Rural Area of Critical Economic Concern (RACEC). These counties are organized as Opportunity Florida and are eligible to offer... Read More »
Jackson county has long been a manufacturing and distribution center, and employers have access to a highly skilled workforce, as well as an outstanding transportation infrastructure, including Interstate 10, Highways 231 and 90, the CSX and Bayline railroads, and proximity to 3 commercial airports (Panama City, Tallahassee, and Dothan, Alabama).
Jackson County is one of eight counties in the Northwest Florida Rural Area of... Read More »
Jefferson County, one of four counties included in the Tallahassee MSA, offers residents a rural, small town atmosphere along with easy access to the amenities associated with a larger city.
Jefferson County, which extends from the Georgia state line to the Gulf of Mexico, is bisected by Interstate 10, providing direct access to the Port of Jacksonville. The county is also served by a major CSX rail line, and Tallahassee Regional... Read More »
Tallahassee, the state capitol of Florida, is located in Leon County. Tallahassee is home to Florida State University and Florida A&M University, as well as several world-class university research centers, including the Center for Advanced Power Systems, the High Magnetic Materials Institute, and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.
Leon County’s transportation infrastructure includes the Tallahassee Regional... Read More »
Located between Tallahassee, the capital of Florida, and Panama City, Liberty County rests in the heart of the Apalachicola Forest. Liberty County has created a vision of economic growth for the residents and businesses expanding or relocating to the area that strikes a balance between rural preservation and an expanding business and industrial base that leverages the county’s abundant pine resources.
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The coastal communities in Okaloosa County are known for being family friendly, vacation destinations with white sand beaches, world-class golf courses, and oustanding shopping and restaurants. Away from the coast, Okaloosa County has a significant concentration of high-tech employment, particularly in aviation, aerospace, and defense businesses. The workforce in Okaloosa County is highly skilled, dedicated, and includes thousands of... Read More »
Santa Rosa County is known for its exceptional education system and favorable business climate, which includes an outstanding, highly skilled workforce, available buildings and industrial parks and sites, and progressive pro-business public and private leadership.
Transportation Infrastructure includes nearby Pensacola International Airport and Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport, Interstate 10, CSX rail, and access to the Port... Read More »
Located along the Gulf Coast, Wakulla County is the southernmost county of the four counties included in the Tallahassee MSA. Wakulla County offers residents a rural, small town way of life with direct access to the amenities associated in Tallahassee, the state capitol, including nationally recognized educational institutions Florida State University and Florida A&M University.
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Walton County is a large county that stretches from the Alabama border to the Gulf of Mexico, providing a diverse landscape that marries business opportunities with an unparalleled quality of life.
World-renowned for its “New Urbanism” beach communities such as Seaside and Watercolor, Walton County’s coastal communities offer miles of pristine white sand beaches, acres of lakes and state forests, and endless art... Read More »
Washington County is centrally located in Northwest Florida, north of Panama City and midway between Pensacola and Tallahassee. Due to its proximity to the growing Panama City area and the new Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, Washington County continues to see steady population growth. With a strong commitment to maintaining an exceptional quality of life, progressive city and county governments continue to promote an... Read More »
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