The City of Bath is pleased to offer six lots (seven development sites) in Phase II of the Wing Farm Business Park, located off Congress Avenue in Bath and less than a mile north of Route 1.
This 26-acre site is strategically located within the Bath-Brunswick-Topsham-Wiscasset area with access to quality health care services, vibrant local economies, educational opportunities, manufacturing and technology jobs, a growing retail sector and livable neighborhoods. Attributes of the City of Bath are a benefit to developers. Businesses located here have access to an historic, year-round, downtown district with excellent locally owned retail stores, restaurants, markets, banks and other services attractive to employees and necessary for day-to-day business operations.
The subject properties are located in the C3-Business Park Zone. The purpose of this zone is to provide an area in the City that will encourage office, high technology, communication, light industrial, research and development, marine-related construction, communications and similar land uses. The purpose of this business park is to develop high quality jobs with good salaries and help diversify the City's economic base. View Land Use Code
The site is within the Pine Tree Zone designated by the State of Maine. The Pine Tree Development Zone (PTDZ) legislation supports new "qualified business activity" in Maine by offering manufacturers, financial service businesses and targeted technology companies the chance to greatly reduce, or in some cases virtually eliminate state taxes for a period up to ten years.
Eligible businesses include firms engaged in manufacturing, financial services, and any of the state's seven targeted technology sectors: biotechnology, aquaculture and marine technology, composite materials technology, environmental technology, advanced technologies for forestry and agriculture, information technology and precision manufacturing technology. Learn more about Pine Tree Zone Benefits
The City of Bath is located within the Southern Midcoast area, just 35 miles north of Portland. The region stretches up and along the coast of Maine from Brunswick to Edgecomb, and includes the interior communities of Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Richmond and Dresden and the peninsular towns of Harpswell, Phippsburg, Arrowsic, and Georgetown.
Centrally located, the towns of Southern Midcoast Maine are easily accessible via multiple modes of transportation.
From Boston, we are a two-hour drive to the north.
From Bangor, we are a two-hour drive to the southwest.
From St. John, NB, we are a five to six hour drive to the southwest.
Portland Jetport - a 30-minute drive to the south.
Manchester, NH International Airport - a two and one-half hour drive to the southwest.
Bangor - a two-hour drive to the north.
Local harbors offer convenient deepwater access for both sailboats and motor boats.
Portland offers ferry service to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and both US and Foreign-flag container shipping.
From the South: Amtrak runs from Boston to Portland. Rental car, bus, and taxi options are available from the railroad station.
From the North: Maine Eastern Railroad starts in Rockland and heads south, stopping in Wiscasset, Bath, and Brunswick.
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