Onslow County offers three developed business and industrial parks with available sites, a 30,000 SF shell building, and development sites at Albert Ellis Airport.


Available September 2017 (printable PDF)

Burton Business and Industrial Park's second shell building. The 30,000 SF building has a 30-foot ceiling and is expandable up to 60,000 SF. Water, sewer, and electric power is ready with natural gas and fiberoptics available. Located only a few miles away from Albert Ellis Airport (OAJ) and approximately 30 minutes away from I-40 with 4-lane highways connecting the park to the interstate.

For more information contact: SHEILA KNIGHT, CCIM  (C) 910-389-3618  SKnight@JOEDNC.com




Burton Business and Industrial Park

The 735-acre Burton Industrial Park lies between Richlands and Jacksonville in Onslow County. Burton Park is a North Carolina Department of Commerce Certified Industrial Site. The Park is a cornerstone project in Onslow County’s effort to welcome world-class companies to the are



Jacksonville Business Park 

Located near the intersection of the vibrant retail area of Western Boulevard and the residential corridor of Gum Branch Road, the Jacksonville Business Park provides easy access to major corridors and residential areas. Already developed with water and sewer service, and adequate power resources, the 55-acre park is served by New Frontier Way, a wide paved street with curb and gutter.







Camp Davis Industrial Park 

Camp Davis Industrial Park (CDIP) is located adjacent to 301 US Hwy 17 South, Holly Ridge, NC 28445. This industrial park is located on four-lane US Hwy 17 about 36 miles from the Port of Wilmington. Travel time from the CDIP to the Port of Wilmington is less than one (1) hour by four-lane highway. CDIP is just more than half and hour travel time from two national airports and 25 minutes from Interstate Highway I-40 via four-lane highway 







233-D Bell Fork Road
This concrete building is 65,000sf and sits on a slab. The property is an 8 acre parcel. It has a flat roof made of rubber, tar and gravel. The Natural Gas line is along Bell Fork Road in front of the building. The uses for consideration, but not limited to: flex space, warehouse, school, assembly, machining operation, or some manufacturing.