of the Industrial Development Board are appointed by the
South Fulton Board of Commissioners and shall be duly
qualified electors of and taxpayers in the municipality
of South Fulton. The Industrial Development Board
was incorporated in March 1974 and its purpose is to
acquire, own, lease, mortgage and dispose of properties
to the end that such corporation may be able to promote
industry and develop trade by inducing manufacturing,
industrial and commercial enterprises to locate in the
city. Tennessee Code Annotated Title 7, Chapter
53, regulates provisions for all Tennessee Industrial
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owned and developed by South Fulton's Industrial Development Board
South Fulton Industrial Park
site is located on the John C. Jones Parkway (Hwy 45
By-Pass) and borders the Canadian National Railway.
It consists of nine parcels totaling 71.5
there are three parcels totaling 27.7 acres
available for purchase and/or development - #8 (10.4
a), #5 (7.5 a), & # 4 (9.3 a).
Utilities are available to all parcels.
property is an upscale residential subdivision of 80
acres, located in northwest South Fulton on the
Tennessee/Kentucky state line (KY Rte 116).
The subdivision is fully developed with streets and
utilities; it consists of 50 parcels, 45 currently
available for purchase.
Facility is an approximate 13 acres tract of land along the east
side of U.S. Highway 45 and is bounded by Old
Sawmill Rd.,Roy Vowell Rd., McConnell Rd., and the Norfolk Southern Railroad mainline (KITY).
The property was purchased by the South Fulton
Industrial Development Board for the future
development of an Intermodal rail service offering a
cost-effective transportation method equal to the
rail services offered by major Class I railroads
from major cities throughout the United States.
This property is currently available for purchase