EastPark – East Kentucky Industrial Center

Site Certified for Manufacturing, Distribution, Aerospace & Technology Companies


Toggle EastPark locations below for more information. Detailed site information and master plan maps AVAILABLE HERE.

Ashland Community and Technical College, EastPark Campus

Ashland Community and Technical College, a member of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, is a public, two-year degree granting institution located in Northeast Kentucky. The College supports a variety of excellent associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs with a tradition of accessible, affordable, and quality education. The College prepares students for transfer to baccalaureate programs or entry into the workforce, and has a strong commitment to meet their academic, workforce training, and lifelong learning needs.


AT&T Call Center, multinational telecommunications conglomerate

Braidy Industries, aluminum mill

Braidy Industries was created by Craig T. Bouchard to lead a national transformation in the use of efficient, eco-friendly aluminum alloys that are also lighter and stronger. The company’s goal is to lead the generational shift in materials science that is currently underway. With a board of directors that includes acknowledged experts in business, research, development, and materials science, Braidy Industries is ideally positioned to take advantage of the rapidly growing market for aluminum in the automotive and aerospace industries.

Braidy purchases 204 acres at EastPark, expects to break ground in spring 2018

Braidy Industries finalized the purchase of 204 acres of industrial park land in 2017, securing the way to construct a $1.3 billion aluminum rolling mill. In addition to the land purchase, Braidy also acquired a 110,000-square-foot spec building at EastPark. Ashland Alliance President and CEO said Braidy “brings a lot to the table” and its presence in EastPark will likely spur more industry to northeastern Kentucky. “We’re going to have an anchor that is going to attract additional business to this region,” he said. “Braidy has a lot of tenticles.”


CINTAS, uniform services and rental company

Cintas is an industry leader in supplying corporate identity uniform programs, providing entrance and logo mats, restroom supplies, promotional products, first aid, safety, fire protection products and services, and industrial carpet and tile cleaning. It operates more than 400 facilities in North America—including six manufacturing plants and eight distribution centers.


FIVCO Area Development District, serving the five-county region

The FIVCO Area Development District was founded in 1968 and proudly serves its five county region in many different capacities. The Board of Directors consists of 25 members from the five county region — Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Greenup and Lawrence Counties in Northeastern Kentucky. FIVCO’s purpose is to promote, develop and protect the economy, health, education and general welfare and to implement projects in accordance with KRS 147A for the people of its region. FIVCO acts further in conjunction with adjoining Area Development Districts to implement programs of benefit to the Northeastern Kentucky area. The purpose of the ADD is to assist in these areas:

• Homecare
• Regional Transportation
• Revolving Loan Funds
• Tourism & Recreation
• Workforce Development
• Aging & Disability Services


General Sales Distribution, paper and janitorial supply distribution

General Sales Distribution is a wholesale paper and janitorial supplier based at EastPark. General Sales started as mainly a food service supply company and has over the years expanded into food service and janitorial supplies. This has enabled the company to expand its customer base to include all types of customers ranging from restaurants, schools, health care, and industrial businesses. The company covers close to 150-mile radius of Ashland, Kentucky, which includes parts of Ohio and West Virginia. General Sales moved to EastPark May 2007. Its 80,000-square-foot facility is nearly three times its previous size and allows handling of a larger variety of inventory products.


IND-KY-OH Regional Council of Carpenters Union & Training Center

The Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters represents more than 32,000 professional tradespeople in 33 locals in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and parts of West Virginia and Tennessee. A proud affiliate of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, which has a century-plus tradition of representing the best of the building trades, the council works in partnership with more than 30,000 contractors, helping them find the best possible talent for their projects. The hallmark of our regional council is three-fold: training, professionalism and partnerships for economic development.


Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Northeast, dignified interment for veterans for their military service

KOA Campground, world’s largest system of privately held campgrounds

Veloxint, high performance products & parts enabled by novel nanocrystalline metal alloys

Veloxint is commercializing high value products and parts enabled by novel nanocrystalline (NC) metal alloys with transformational properties. The technology is based on fundamental science developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) by the research group of Professor Chris Schuh. These new nanocrystalline metal alloys offer extraordinary strengths, typically 2-5x those of traditional alloys made from the same input metals, and are designed from the atomic level up for thermodynamic stability to enable long-term stable operation even at elevated temperatures.


Greeny Valley Landfill

EastPark - Northeastern Kentucky

Key Advantages

  • Exceptional combination of air, water and highway access
  • Community and technical college on-site at EastPark
  • FTZ Established (FTZ 278)
  • Gigabyte Fiber
  • Certified with all infrastructure in place
  • Shell building available

Major Markets

  • Within day’s drive to major markets in the eastern half of U.S.
  • Site A just off Interstate 64; Site B approximately two miles north of Interstate 64; via industrial grade access road, two-lane, paved shoulders
  • Industrial grade access road, two-lane, paved shoulders
  • Excellent Air Access (Huntington Tri-State Airport, Kenova W.Va., 18 miles — commercial service via US Air and Allegiant; FedEx cargo service
  • Ohio River Port Access (14 miles from site, barging and storage capacity; rail via CSX)

Primed For Development

  • Utility infrastructure in place throughout park
  • 110,000-square-foot shell building available (potential for expansion)
  • Total developable acres remaining: 185; largest contiguous developable site: 90 acres
  • Flat terrain (within 3 percent of grade)
  • Environmental: Phase I and/or Phase II
EastPark Tranportation


  • Site A just off Interstate 64; Site B approximately two miles north of Interstate 64; via industrial grade access road, two-lane, paved shoulders
  • Interstate connections: 1-75,100 miles west; 1-79 and 1-77, 65.7 miles east

Air Access

  • Huntington Tri-State Airport, Kenova, WV, 18 miles. Commercial service via US Air and Allegiant, FedEx cargo service
  • Yeager Airport (CRW), Charleston, WV, 67 miles. Commercial service available via American, Delta, Spirit and United
  • Cincinnati (CVG), 137 miles, service by six major airlines, non-stop service to 50 cities, including six international destinations, 240 daily flights. Global superhub for DHL Express, with additional cargo service by FedEx, Delta, American, United and US Airways
  • General aviation: Ashland Regional, 16 miles, 7,000-foot runway, full ILS.

Ohio River Port Access

  • Greenup Boyd Riverport Authority (Ohio River), 14 miles from site, barging and storage capacity

Rail Service

  • CSX at River Port
EastPark Site Ready

Primed for Development

  • Total developable acres remaining: 185; largest contiguous developable site: 90 acres
  • Terrain: Flat (former strip-mining, reclaimed with fill dirt and rock and leveled to within less than 3 percent of grade)
  • Environmental: Phase I and/or Phase II; Wetlands delineation endangered species, archeological, historical clearances are current; geotechnical assessment – all complete
  • Utility infrastructure in place throughout the park
    Shell building available
  • Site B Lot 22 is available and Build Ready certified

Build Ready Certified – Lot 22

Proactive preparation allows for quick decision site selection

EastPark’s Lot 22 site is a certified Build-Ready site, allowing companies the opportunity to bypass much of the red tape required when establishing a new location by addressing needs and concerns before they arise.

Build-Ready certification is proof to a company that unknown obstacles have been removed, that the site due diligence has been performed and the project implementation timeline has been significantly accelerated.

With a Build-Ready site, much of the work, other than actual construction, has already been completed. That includes:

  • Control of the land to be developed
  • Archaeological
  • Environmental and geotechnical studies performed
  • Construction of a building pad
  • Preliminary design work (complete with project cost and construction timeframes clearly defined)
  • Approved site plan permits
  • Necessary infrastructure in place.
  • Construction can begin immediately