Industrial Parks and Incubator Buildings
St. Johnsbury/Lyndon Industrial Park
St. Johnsbury-Lyndon Industrial Park is our featured location. This park, located just of I-91 in Caledonia County, is your all-in-one solution. We have created a place, ready to move into, where modern dynamic business can thrive! Join this community of businesses such as UPS, the Charles E. Carter Business Resource Center and a 24-7 Day Care.
Orleans Industrial ParkCurrent Land Owners:The Vermont Beef Jerky Co., and The Comstock Building.
Charles E. Carter Business Resource Center
The Charles E. Carter Business Resource Center, located in the St. Johnsbury/Lyndon Industrial Park, is an invaluable business resource. The building combines manufacturing space with office space.
The warehouse & manufacturing center has hosted a variety of small and start-up businesses that co-exist within the 16,000 sq. ft. facility.
In the office section of the building there are four suites and two conference rooms.
The Business Resource Center is ideally located for employees with convenient access to the interstate and close proximity to a 24-hour child care facility located in the Park.
For more information
36 Eastern Avenue, Ste. 1
P.O. Box 630
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819 Fax: (802) 748-1223
Tel: (802) 748-5181
The Hardwick Industrial Park
Located near the junction of VT Routes 14 and 15. It is one of the only parks in the state that has as focus on working lands businesses - farm, food, forestry and more.The park is near the downtown, walkable to restaurants, library and town offices.
The Vermont Food Venture Center is our state's premier farm and food business incubator. Established in Hardwick in 2011, through a partnership between NVDA and the Center for an Agricultural Economy, the VFVC is a state-of-the-art industrial kitchen and storage space, designed to help small scale and start up entrepreneurs to learn what they need to make their business a success. This 15,000 square foot building has 3 rental kitchens, storage space, and loading docks which are all available to help businesses grow.
The Center for an Agricultural Economy owns and operates the building, and is a non-profit organization using community and economic development tools to help advance the local food system.