Economic Development

Orange City is a city in transition and serves as the epicenter of economic activity in Southwest Volusia County.

Part of the high-tech Interstate 4 corridor that serves two growing metropolitan areas – Daytona Beach and Orlando – the City of Orange City is at the center of the third largest consumer region in the United States with a population of over 17 million. Daytona Beach International Airport, Orlando-Sanford International Airport, and Orlando International Airport are connected to a network of interstate highways, railroads, and nearby port facilities that support Orange City’s efforts to provide a cost-effective and logistically important location to do business, while simultaneously providing for an exceptional quality of life. Orange City is graced with vacant, available land and user-friendly growth management practices to make it a business and commercial hub.

Due to Orange City’s location between Orlando and Daytona Beach, the resident market is booming with quality homes in well-planned neighborhoods. As the bedroom community of commuters to various high-tech industries in Orange and Seminole counties, Orange City is a hotbed of commercial and industrial development. With new development, Orange City has emerged as a regional marketplace for shopping and dining. The City’s newest gateway and architectural standards are one of the most stringent in Volusia County that provide for well-balanced, well-landscaped and aesthetically pleasing design concepts. Six highly ranked colleges and universities and the acclaimed Advanced Technology Center support business needs with career advancement, workforce development, and research. Currently, small and successful manufacturing enterprises play an increasing role in the global marketplace.

Veteran’s Memorial Highway, a relatively new roadway for the City, was designed as a north-south beltway in west Volusia County, which has opened a portal for quality business opportunities that will serve as the showcase area for west Volusia County. This new corridor of viable property, coupled with the I-4/S.R.472 interchange Activity Center make Orange City a prime location for corporate headquarters, regional offices, professional buildings and high-tech industry. Qualified businesses may be eligible for federal, state, county and city assistance programs, incentives and opportunities, depending on the specifics of the business proposal.

Considering a business expansion or relocation? We invite you to consider the opportunities and select Orange City as your new business address.

Related Documents:
Orange City – Market Profile (PDF)

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