Ashland Alliance

With several suitable options available, the Ashland Alliance will assist in finding a building or site that meets your criteria. Our protocol is to work with the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development to put together an attractive package for companies interested in northeastern Kentucky. For more information please contact the Alliance at 606.324.5111.

EastPark Overview

EastPark’s Site B

EastPark is a 1,000-acre multi-use business park that offers advantages for businesses and industries competing in the global marketplace. Located next to Interstate 64 near Ashland and Grayson, Kentucky, EastPark offers land that is prime for development, with infrastructure in place to meet small business and large industrial demands.

EastPark’s Site B is a 740-acre tract located within a technology park in Boyd County, Kentucky, owned and managed by the Northeast Kentucky Regional Industrial Park, in the center of the tri-state region of Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.

Certified by McCallum Sweeney as part of the rigorous American Electric Power site certification program, the property is suitable for advanced manufacturing, distribution, aerospace, and technology companies. Site certification by a major consulting firm greatly reduces risks associated with development, and ensures that due diligence regarding the site has been met.

  • 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

Wurtland’s Riverport

Site Characteristics

  • Total acreage available, 93.8 acres; largest contiguous developable tract, 50 acres
  • Terrain: Flat
  • Ownership: Port authority owns 14 developed acres at the site and 15 undeveloped acres downstream. Greenup and Boyd Counties own an additional 35 acres in the immediate vicinity. Another 90 acres are privately owed
  • Warehousing: a 25,000-SF warehouse on site, currently short-term leased for handling aggregate
  • Services: Barge-to-truck offloading for granular commodities and break-bulk commodities; truck to storage for granular and break-bulk commodities
  • Stevedoring by McGinnis, Inc.
  • Largest contiguous developable tract, 50 acres

Transportation Network

  • Main highway access via Kentucky 67 (Industrial Parkway); I-64 interchange 16 miles via Kentucky 67. U.S. 23, 0.3 miles from port, 1-64 interchange 19 miles via U.S. 23
  • CSX rail service on-site with liquid trans-load facility
  • Ashland Regional (general aviation) 2 miles, Commercial airports: Tri-State Airport, Huntington, WV., 20 miles; Yeager Airport, Charleston, WV. (CRW) 65 miles; nearest major hub, Cincinnati (CVG), 135 miles

Utility Infrastructure

  • AEP/Kentucky Electric Power
  • Columbia Gas of Kentucky, 6-inch line on site
  • Wurtland Water Department, 8-inch main on-site, 11 million gpd excess capacity
  • Wurtland Sewer Department, 8-inch gravity flow main on-site, 374,000 gpd excess capacity
  • Broadband providers: Windstream, Armstrong Utilities, Time Warner Cable

Industries in the Area

  • Jacobs & Thompson, foam forming
  • Vesuvius, steel services products
  • Pregis Corp., Plastic foam and foam films
  • DuPont Corp, sulfuric acid