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City of Hudson Industrial Park

Contact Information:

Steven Hartsel
City Manager
City of Hudson
121 N. Church Street
Hudson, MI 49247
Phone: (517) 448-8983
Fax: (517) 448-7339
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General Information:

Park Address: 121 N. Church Street

County: Lenawee

Size: 155 acres

Percent Developed: 100%

Percent Occupied: 45%

Price of Land per Acre: Negotiable



Nearest Expressway: I-80/I-90

Distance in Miles: 17 miles

Class A All-Weather Road: M-34 (South Munson Highway)

Distance in Miles: Adjacent

Airport: Lenawee City Airport

Landing Strip / Helipad: 16miles/20 minutes

Railroads: Not within park

Highway: M-34

Occupant Services:

  • Gas Station(s) – 1 mile
  • Bank(s) – 1 mile
  • Restaurant(s) – 1 mile
  • License Day-Care(s) – 1 mile
  • Supermarket(s) - 1 mile

Park Tenants:

  • Aero Space Services & Products
  • Arc Metals Corporation
  • Hi-Lex Controls, Inc.
  • Homer Donaldson Company
  • Lakeview Packaging Company
  • Malabar Manufacturing
  • Malmac Tools & Fixtures
  • Paschal Burial Vault

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Ind Pk Available Parcels Jun16

Information About Park/Area:

Hudson Community Information -- Hudson is a small town with a lot of heart. We take pride in our community and its hometown spirit. It is a pleasant and friendly place to live and do business. Hudson is located on the western edge of Lenawee couty at the junction of US-127 and M-34. This historic town was first settled in 1833 by Hiram Kidder who moved here from New York. At the time, it was called Bean Creek, named for a stream two miles south which contained a lot of what was called "bean timber." It was renamed Lanesville in 1836 when Beriah H. Lane becamse the first postmaster. In 1840, it was renamed Hudson, after Dr. Daniel Hudson. It became incorporated as a village in 1853 when the Lake Shore of Southern Michigan Railroad came through and built a station here. It was eventually incorporated as a city in 1893. Hudson today retains it's historic look, with the entire downtown area and several houses being designated historic places on the National Register. It is supported today by small business, tourism and several manufacturing facilities including automotive control mechanisms, carbon and stainless steel machining, metal stamping and screw machine products.

Hudson Industrial -- The Industrial Park is situated in a flat to moderately rolling area with soil types generally clay and clay/loam. We are willing to group lots or rearrange boundaries to suit a prospects needs. The engineering plans and specifications for the whole park are completed and the City is installing roads and utilities as needed to support development. During the normal construction season (March-November) we can install all necessary roads and utilities within 120-180 days of site selection by an industrial prospect. We normally leave site grading to the company so they can make the best use of site characteristics to meet their specific needs. However, we can arrange to handle site grading if the prospect wishes. Land in the industrial park sells for $5,000 per acre, although this price may vary depending on the industry’s potential contribution to the community. For this cost the City brings roads and all utilities to the property line. Costs for utilities and an access road into the site are at the company’s expense. The industrial park is zoned for general industrial development subject to the covenants for the industrial park. The whole park has been designated as an Act 198 Industrial Development District and therefore all developers can anticipate a 50 % property tax exemption for a period of 12 years.

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