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Prospective Occupants

To give prospective occupants a better idea of what they can expect to find in an industrial park, assuring them of high-quality characteristics and services, the Michigan Department of Commerce and the Michigan Industrial Developers Association, in 1969, adopted a set of standards for qualified developments to be known as “Certified Industrial Parks.”

Using criteria established by the Michigan Industrial Developers Association (now known as the Michigan Economic Developers Association {MEDA}) and the State department now known as the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), developed a voluntary program for certifying industrial parks. This program today is known as the Michigan Certified Business Park Program.

After passing the certification criteria with flying colors prospects will find that the City of Plainwell’s Certified Industrial Park offers specific advantages that are not available in other parks. For example, our state-of-the-art park offers many amenities that will help you do business better:

  • Qualified Workers
  • Good Access from US Highway 131 and M-89
  • Impressive Amenities
  • Protective Covenants
  • Landscaped Development
  • Telephone, Gas and Electric Service
  • Municipal Water and Sewer Lines
  • Continuous Management
  • Class A All-Weather Roads
  • Improved Paved Parking
  • Enclosed Storm Sewers