Owosso Industrial Park

South Delaney Road

Owosso Charter Township, MI 48867














General Manufacturing District


Property Description

Owosso Industrial Park is approximately 80 acres of greenfield, development ready land closely situated to two state highways, I-69, and an active railroad with the potential for an on-site spur. The site is located in an established industrial corridor with access to the necessary electric, water, gas, sanitary, and fiber optic utilities with no wetlands or floodplains on-site. In 2022 the site underwent a comprehensive desktop due diligence review through the VIP program, including a detailed site condition analysis, comprehensive information on utility providers and capacity, and a comprehensive report on site details.

Zoning and Land Use

Zoning: M-2 (General Manufacturing District)

Current Land Use: Agricultural/Open Space

Future Land Use: The site is intended for industrial development

Site Conditions

Greenfield or Brownfield: Greenfield

Above ground structures: An unoccupied two-story brick home with a three-car garage is located in Parcel 2

Floodplain: No 100-year floodplain or 500-year floodplain on-site

Wetlands: The national wetlands inventory map does not indicate the presence of any wetlands on-site, except for the open drain’s classification as a riverine habitat

Topographic Elevation: Site elevations range between approximately 752’ and 778’ and are lowest at the south edge of the site

Soil Types: The USDA Web Soil Survey indicates the presence of various loams and sandy loams across the site


  • Consumers Energy Company Easements (2)
  • 30-foot wide easement running east-west and a 12-foot wide easement  running north-south. These easements are located at 410 South Delaney Road on the property of the Owosso Township Hall, adjacent to the north end of the site. Impact to development should be minimal. 

T&E Species: The property is located in Region 3 of the US Fish & Wildlife Service Threatened and Endangered Species Listings

Archaeological & Cultural Resources: The EDR NEPA Search Map Report did not identify any listings within a one-mile radius of the subject site




Provider: Consumers Energy

Current Service: An 8.32 kV (kilovolt) transmission line, capable of providing up to 3 MW of demand, runs along the east side of Delaney Road

Assumed Demand: 5 MW (megawatts) 3-phase electric

Recommendations: Up to 3 MW could be achieved with minimal upgrades. To meet the assumed demand of 5 MW, up to 7 MW could be achieved by tapping into the nearby 46 kV line on M-21



Natural Gas

Provider: Consumers Energy

Current Service: Existing 4 inch medium-pressure main line is located along the east side of Delaney Road.

Assumed Demand: 7,500 mcf/month

Recommendations: Based on current information provided by the utility, additional off-site improvements are not required at this time




Provider: City of Owosso

Current Service: 10 inch and 12 inch water main lines

Assumed Demand: 100,000 GPD

Recommendations: Current capacity and distribution from the City of Owosso is expected to meet the demand of this site




Provider: City of Owosso

Current Service: The site is served by one on-site 12-inch line at the south end of the site and a 12-inch line at the north end of the site

Assumed Demand: 75,000 GPD

Recommendations: None

Workforce Data

30-Minute Drive




Total Businesses



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Proximity to Highways

Site Access on South Delaney Road

0.5 miles to state highway M-21

2 miles to state highway M-52

10 miles to I-69 access

Proximity to Rail

The Huron & Eastern Railway line runs southeast-northwest approximately 1700 feet north of the site, near M-21

Owosso rail yard – 4 miles

Proximity to Airports

28 miles to Bishop International Airport (Flint, MI)

36 miles to Capital Region International Airport (Lansing, MI)

90 miles to Detroit Metro Airport (Romulus, MI)

Document Library

Tier-1 Site Due Diligence Report

Site Maps

Demographic & Business Data

Workforce Profile

Marketing Flyer

Regional Overview

Site Contacts

Local Contact

Justin Horvath

Chief Executive Officer

Shiawassee Economic Development Partnership 

Phone: 989-725-9241

Program Contact

Verified Industrial Properties program contact photo
Shannon Selby

Vice President of Real Estate