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Redding's Stillwater Business Park provides large, shovel ready, office and industrial sites up to 100+ acres on Interstate 5, equidistant between Los Angeles and Seattle. Stillwater takes the risk out of making a site location decision. Redding has taken on the burden of years of planning, environmental review, and infrastructure development so that companies are certain that they know the answers to all of their site location decision questions.
By creating its own Planned Development Plan, Redding has ensured that Stillwater provides flexible development guidelines that protect the value of the company's investment, but also recognizes the importance of an expedited process. Companies developing with the basic guidelines only need a building permit and no other discretionary requirements. Speed in the development process is understood in Redding.
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The Stillwater Business Park has been developed because the City of Redding listened to the needs of industry. The park was designed to provide large (up to 100+ acres) sites that are truly “ready to go." Stillwater has all of the entitlements in place with flexible zoning and has extended utilities to each of its large sites.
Numerous companies and site-location consultants advised the City about the creation of the Stillwater Business Park and the result is a product that is competitive and truly “ready to go.”
Companies seeking site-location options in today’s development environment require less risk. Stillwater provides reduced risk, because the City of Redding has taken the time and has made the initial investment to obtain all of the permits and has developed a flexible Planned Development Plan that allows for building permits to be issued quickly.
Because the City of Redding is the developer, the motivation behind Stillwater is, very simply, quality employment opportunities for area residents and capital investment in the community.
The vision for Stillwater is that it will be a magnet for companies seeking access to western markets. Office and industrial users will find an excellent workforce, excellent access to Interstate 5 and overall operating costs that are significantly lower than most urban areas.
Whether you have a customer service or corporate office need or are manufacturing plastic and metal products such as medical devices, Stillwater will provide you with a site that is not only stunning aesthetically, because of surrounding views, but also with low costs and profitability!
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