Built for Success
Southwest Michigan Certified Business Parks
Brooks Industrial and Research Park
Scott Fleming, CEcD
Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance (MAEDA)
323 W. Michigan Ave.
Marshall, MI 49068
Phone: (269) 558-0307
Cell: (734) 765-8124
Park Address: Pratt Ave.
Size: 28.44 acres
Percent Developed: 100%
Percent Occupied: 0%
Price of Land per Acre: $8,000 per acre
Nearest Expressway: I-94, I-69 – Full Interchange
Distance in Miles: 1.5 miles and 2 miles
Class A All-Weather Road: US-27
Distance in Miles: .5 miles
Airport: Kalamazoo International – 35 miles, Brooksfield Airport, Marshall – 1 mile
Landing Strip / Helipad: Both one mile from park.
Highway: M-227 – less than 1 mile
- Gas Station(s) – 1 mile
- Bank(s) – 1 mile
- Restaurant(s) – .25 miles
- Licensed Day-Care(s) – 2 miles
- Hospital(s) – 2 miles
- School(s) – 2 miles
- Port of Battle Creek /Foreign-Trade Zone
- Kellogg Community College Regional Manufacturing Technology Centre
To view a list of tenants, click here.
This CBP is an expansion of the L. Alton Brooks Industrial Park and is accessed by a street within that Park. Photos and a list of tenants of that Park follow:
- City Water Capacity = 3.5 million gallons daily
- City Sewer Capacity = 3.0 million gallons daily
- Electric Power Capacity for Park is 40 MW
- Park has fiber cable throughout
Information About Park/Area:
Marshall Community Information -- Located at the intersection of I-94 and I-69, Marshall is a small town with a rich history, and boasts numerous advantages for your new or expanding business. Marshall has built its own ultra-high-speed fiber-optic network capable of speeds up to 10Gbps upload and download, available to all commercial and residential properties within city limits. Developable sites have easy access to multiple interstate natural gas pipelines; city-managed high voltage electric transmission lines; highway and rail; and a high-quality talent pool. Additionally, Marshall is within a Foreign Trade Zone and is a Redevelopment Ready Community, certified by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Marshall is a vibrant community with numerous cultural activities, festivals, and parks; it is also home to an award-winning hospital and excellent public schools. Marshall is in the Battle Creek Metropolitan Statistical area, and is the Calhoun County seat.