McIntosh County, Georgia
McIntosh County is ready for business development! Home to the GRAD-certified Tidewaters Industrial Complex, the county has nearby access to Interstate 95. The industrial complex is prepared for growth with small and large building-ready sites. There are up to 300 different areas available. Interested businesses can begin construction within a few weeks without worrying about environmental factors. Wetlands have already been delineated, helping businesses move forward faster. With all utilities in place, the site provides a short 20 mile drive to the Brunswick’s Mayor’s Point Terminal and access to the Savannah International Airport located about 50 miles away.
McIntosh County is Ready for Business
McIntosh County has a regional population of over 750,000 people. Population growth holds steady at about 4 percent since 2010. Just over 85 percent of the population in the county has at least a high school diploma, with almost 50 percent completing between 2 and 4 years of college.
With average home prices sitting below national average, living in McIntosh County provides the benefits of a coastal lifestyle at a lower cost. Four colleges are within driving distance from the county providing an additional pool of prospective laborers. Well-known for fantastic seafood, nature preserves and a laid-back lifestyle, McIntosh County is a great option for businesses and their families that want a prime opportunity for growth and a comfortable lifestyle.
Located midway between Jacksonville, Florida and Savannah Georgia, McIntosh Country is home to Darien, the second oldest planned city in Georgia. With a low-cost of living and deep roots, McIntosh County is a great place for businesses to grow and develop. Local elected leaders are friendly to business growth and have adopted a Unified Economic Plan designed to help speed up business development in the area.
The Darien-McIntosh County Chamber of Commerce works closely with businesses and residents to promote growth, community involvement and the protection of the natural environment and resources.
President & CEO
“As the second oldest city in Georgia with a vision to be an industry leader on the coast, we are proud of our heritage and unified community. I am eager to assist you and your development. I invite you to visit our website or contact me directly for any information you require.”
News & Updates from McIntosh County, Georgia
As reported in The Darien News, June 1, 2017 issue: McIntosh County Academy is Named One of the Best High Schools in America by US News & World Report Special to the News “U.S. News & World Reportread more
From Griff Lynch: Harbor Deepening Project Updateread more
As reported in the March 9, 2017 edition of The Darien News New Industrial Development Authority board members, King and Williams, are sworn in The newly appointed McIntosh County Industrial Development Authority (MCIDA) board members, TK King,read more