Hamilton encourages the location and expansion of businesses by developing industrially zoned land. Currently, abut 200 acres of industrial land and 450,000 square feet of office space remain available for development including Hamilton Enterprise Park, University Commerce Park, and Vora Technology Park.
Hamilton Enterprise Park
At approximately 265- acres, the Hamilton Enterprise Park is one of the largest industrial/office in the tri-state area (OH, KY, IN) region. In 2010, Sensus Flavors, a global leader and manufacturer of premium quality natural flavor ingredients, broke ground on an expansion to their existing 20,000 square foot facility in the park. This project involved the construction of a 30,000 square foot manufacturing addition at approximately $2.5 million. This expansion will add more jobs and allow Sensus to expand their research and design facilities and begin production of a new downstream packaging process.
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University Commerce Park
The newest of Hamilton’s business parks, University Commerce Park is home to nearly 70 acres of undeveloped land across from Vora Technology Park and Miami University Hamilton, and only seconds from downtown. University Commerce Park holds very exciting development potential, and a planned transportation improvement project will drastically improve access to the site.
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Vora Technology Park
Vora Technology Park provides Class A office space, a secure state-of-the-art data center, and a professional incubator wing for the use of both established and growing high-technology companies, thereby providing partners and tenants the opportunity to exponentially grow their businesses. The 365,000 square foot complex offers data center space, fiber optics throughout, campus-style walking trails and video conferencing. In 2007, Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions (CBTS) invested approximately $60 million in the development of a new 60,000 square foot data center at the site.