To stay competitive today, businesses have to be able to control costs. And businesses that relocate to Orange City, FL are able to be more competitive without sacrificing infrastructure quality or accessibility to their clientele. In fact, with its proximity midway between Greater Orlando and Daytona Beach on the “I-4” corridor, professional businesses will have more opportunities for business expansion.
There is plenty of professional office space available in Orange City at a much lower cost per square foot for economic development when compared to larger cities. In fact, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial is one of the premier health care providers serving Volusia County and is recognized for their vascular excellence. The multi-story facility is situated on a sprawling campus located on Saxon Blvd at Veterans Memorial Parkway on the south side of Orange City. The commercial property available in this growing area offers a variety of business relocation, expansion and economic development opportunities.
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Orange City is also West Volusia’s retail hub. The West Volusia Towne Center, for instance, is a 154,000 square foot outdoor regional mall with national retail anchors. More than 100,000 vehicles per day travel through this prime location near the hospital. Also, Highway 17 (N. Charles Richard Beall Blvd.) is the main north-south artery. Professional office space, auto dealerships, motels, shopping, restaurants and other commercial property are located in this area.
Orange City has a skilled and varied labor force serving the growing needs of the hundreds of businesses that call our area home. University High School’s unique Academy Program has been and continues to be a great resource for businesses relocating to Orange City that need employees with specialized training to fill open positions. This is in addition to the highly ranked colleges and universities and the Academy Technology Center that is meeting the professional and technological demands of area employers for an educated and skilled labor force.
Residents of Orange City enjoy a high quality and laid back Florida lifestyle and there are plenty of things to do. There is an abundance of green space to enjoy the great outdoors. From wonderful neighborhood parks to our crown jewel Blue Springs State Park, there is always something going on in Orange City.
If you have a professional business in Daytona Beach, contact us at 386-734-4331 to learn about available business relocation opportunities in Orange City.