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Williston municipal airport and industrial park — The 2,000 acre former Montbrook Army Air Field is just minutes from downtown, and is primed for future industrial and commercial growth. The airport features two hard-surface runways and a grass runway, as well as more than 40 hangars and an FBO with conference room.
World class companies like A&N Corporation and Monterey Boats call the industrial park home, as well as Team Tango, Well Bilt, Shadow Trailers and others. Approximately 500 shovel-ready acres are zoned industrial, with water, electric and natural gas available. The site’s master plan includes rail access from the nearby CSX Corp.-owned railroad.
This site is 30 minutes from Ocala and Gainesville, and Interstate 75.
Chiefland Industrial Park –16.74 acres of industrial property with direct access to US 19/98 and ease of access to Hwy 27. The property is partially built out with about eight acres remaining for development. Commercial retail/industrial build to suit space available. Buildings 5,000 square feet or larger can be constructed, with loading docks if needed, and between 15-20 foot ceiling clearance.
The site is secured by gate at night.
Water –Total permitted maximum daily operating capacity – 1.94 mgd
Average daily flow – 310,000 gpd
Sewer –Total permitted daily operating capacity – 0.475 mgd
Average daily flow – 0.270 mgd
Forty-five minutes from I-75, 1 1/2 hours from I-10, and only 2 hours from the port of Tampa and Jaxport.
20250 NE 50th Street, Williston: Two parcels totaling approximately 114 acres, adjacent to the Florida Northern (shortline) Railroad. Though utilities are not on site, they can be extended to the property from across the street. Potential for rail-served industry (transloading/freight distribution, storage, warehousing and more) or related industry. Less than 30 minutes from interstate, 10 minutes from the Williston Municipal Airport and more than a dozen manufacturers. Numerous connector roads get you to US Highway 27, bypassing downtown, and the property borders State Road 121 — a well-traveled corridor to Gainesville 30 minutes away. $1,350,000. View listing.
Major highway frontage; rail access: This 480-acre site is located on the Alachua-Levy County line. It is currently used for timber harvesting and is zoned Agricultural Rural Residential. There is approximately 2.1 miles of highway frontage and an active railroad (Florida Northern Railroad) shortline cuts through the eastern section of the property, accounting for 6,350 feet of frontage.