Michigan Certified Business Parks

Built for Success

Southeast Michigan Certified Business Parks

Tecumseh Business and Technology Campus

Contact Information:

Jessica Sattler
Economic Development Director
City of Tecumseh 
309 E Chicago Blvd 
Tecumseh, MI 49286 
Phone:(517) 424-6003
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General Information:

Park Address: 5000 East M-50

County: Lenawee

Size: 158 acres

Percent Developed: 40%

Percent Occupied: 1%

Price of Land per Acre: $35,000


Nearest Expressway: US-23

Distance in Miles: 17 miles

Class A All-Weather Road: M-50

Distance in Miles: 0

Airport: Lenawee County Airport – 15.7 miles/15 minutes

Landing Strip / Helipad:


Highway: M-50 - Adjacent

Occupant Services:

Gas Station(s) – .8 mile
Bank(s) – 1 miles
Restaurant(s) – 1 mile
Licensed Day-Care(s) – 2.7 mile

Park Tenants:


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Information About Park/Area:

Tecumseh Business & Technology Campus -- The Tecumseh Business & Technology Campus is a 158-acre municipally owned Business Park, which is part of a long-term strategy initiated by the City to diversify its economic base and create the jobs of tomorrow for Lenawee County. Opportunities exist with pad-ready sites ranging in size from 0.5 to 50+ acres, depending on your needs. All underground utilities are conveniently in place, including advanced fiber optic lines. Projects can be configured based on criteria set by the client, providing maximum flexibility to meet your needs. The campus is intended to serve the needs of new and expanding knowledge-based businesses by providing a state of the art campus in an environmentally sensitive environment. This objective has led to the overall design concept of integrating research and high technology business into a natural landscape. “The mission of the Tecumseh Business and Technology Campus is to serve Tecumseh and Lenawee County as the gateway into an economically diverse and inspiring place to live.”

Campuses create places that encourage communication and social interaction. A campus is a place where people can congregate, collaborate and exchange ideas. The best work setting is a learning environment. Campuses are the best model for using an investment in environment to encourage the development of ideas. A campus gives form to a group’s identity, providing shelter to ideas, support and mission. There can be an overall expression of cultural, social, and institutional ideas within a campus. Clustering of similar uses and companies fosters collaboration and innovation among stakeholders. A campus can be recycled and rehabilitated for new relationships and ideas, and can accommodate a variety of functions. Success requires a growth strategy or a framework for an unpredictable evolution. The site characteristics and location make this parcel of land ideal for the development of a technology village. It is highly visible from Highway M-50 and serves as the eastern gateway to the city of Tecumseh.

Tecumseh Community Information -- Nestled into the rolling landscape of Lenawee County, the City’s location provides easy access to major highways and airports. Tecumseh is home to over 8,700 residents and 275 innovative businesses that need to stay connected; that’s why cable, DSL, broadband and fiber optic technology are available throughout the community. Our Parks and Recreation Department boasts over 300 acres of parks, filled with green spaces, trails and waterways. You can pack a picnic and enjoy an outdoor concert, play a round of championship golf, or test your nerve and skydive! Downtown Tecumseh is a celebration of the entrepreneur. Tucked inside historic buildings, you’ll find an interesting mix of specialty shops, professional services, boutiques and dining options. Shopping plazas at the north and west ends of town round out a full selection of additional restaurants, retailers, services and groceries. In addition to retail shopping districts, Tecumseh is home to manufacturing and industrial firms. Cabela’s, Michigan International Speedway and Hidden Lake Gardens are just a few of the area attractions that provide inviting recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Tecumseh Industry -- While 19th century buildings line our grand boulevard, Tecumseh’s locals are definitely forward and progressive thinkers, which is precisely why some of Michigan’s first industries were founded here and why Tecumseh is still able to attract and retain various international companies. Henry Ford recognized the possibilities the Tecumseh area offered, which led him to conduct his famous Dynamic Kernels experiment here. Now you can too. Tecumseh’s business community has broad access to programs and tools for success. In addition to a proactive City government, businesses are served by the Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce and the Lenawee Economic Development Corporation.

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P.O. Box 15096
Lansing, MI 48901-5096
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