I-65 at 28 Industrial Park

Frankfort, Indiana


During the pandemic, supply chain managers realized the undeniable value of manufacturing products locally, especially in locations with the logistics to deliver across the nation. The I-65 corridor between Chicago and Indianapolis gives you access to the Crossroads of America—with the infrastructure and manpower to support growing businesses. However, real estate along the I-65 corridor is a limited commodity.

T.M. Crowley & Associates recognized the need for more open, flat locations where companies could easily expand their operations. Clients also needed flexible land parcels that could be combined to support a variety of unique applications.

After working with local city and county leadership, TMCA identified that Frankfort, Indiana, would be an ideal location for industrial development, willing to work with businesses to help meet their needs.

TMCA has assembled development rights to a number of properties in Frankfort with easy interstate access and clear highway visibility, adding marketing impact to a prospective client’s site. These parcels can be assembled in a variety of sizes to fit anything from a small logistics distributor to a large manufacturing operation. The properties are ideal for build-to-suit opportunities as well as retail and hospitality-related businesses.

  • 400+ Acre Industrial Park
  • Over 4 Million Square Feet of Class A Space Available
  • Direct Access to I-75 and the Greater Cincinnati Area
  • Visibility and Direct Access to Interstate 65
  • Flexible Land Parcels that Combine to Serve Your Needs
  • Suitable for Build-to-Suit Industrial, Retail, and Hospitality Businesses


Industrial Park Site Plan

The I-65 at 28 Industrial Park offers 400+ acres for future development. TMCA has assembled development rights to a number of properties that can easily be combined to accommodate operations both big and small. This proposed site plan demonstrates one potential way to assemble these parcels—with over 4 million square feet of development across nine different buildings.

Industrial Park Site Plan