Located on State Road 429 Corridor

Industrial Location in Central Florida

 With up to 2.5 million square feet available, Apopka 429 is positioned to become the preeminent industrial location in Central Florida.

  • Access – redundant access to 429, Turnpike, 408 and Interstate 4 (I-4)
  • Population Growth – located near some of the fastest growing cities in the country
  • Labor – proximity to quality labor in Lake and West Orange counties
  • Business Friendly – the City of Apopka encourages growth and has made communication easy with zoom or in-person meetings 

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Property Brochures

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Quick Facts

With the success over the last five years along the State Road 429 corridor on the west side of Orlando and the connection of State Road 429 to Interstate 4, Apopka has become a very desirable location for big box distribution and manufacturing.

SIZE349.4 acres; 330 acres (usable, buildable area)
ADDRESS4670 W Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712
OWNERSHIPRubright Properties, LLC (Contract Ownership: American Land Development)
TOTAL AVAILABLE SQUARE FEETTotal of 2,500,000sf can be constructed on this site. Up to 1,2000,000sf can be designed under one roof
ZONINGPlanned Development – Industrial; Allows up to 50 feet in building height 
BUILT TO SUITBuild to Suit for Lease and Build to Suit for Sale
Sites Available from 180,000sf to 1,200,000sf
ACCESSRail access provided by Florida Central Rail


Apopka has excellent access to labor, immediate access to SR 429, and allows back door entry to the largest tourist corridors in Central Florida.

  • Highway: Access to U.S. Highway 441 is provided via Wesley Road and Whitman Road (north) and Apopka Airport Road (south); State Road 429 – 1.7 miles; Florida Turnpike/State Road 91 – 13 miles; I-4 – 14.2 miles; I-75 – 42 miles; 1-95 – 58 miles 
  • Airport: Orlando International Airport (40 minute drive); Orlando Sanford International Airport (40 minute drive/30 minute drive after 429 is complete ~Q2 2022) 
  • Rail: Florida Central Railroad/ Regional Rail. Shortline rail access is immediately adjacent to the eastern site boundary along the west side of U.S. 441 
  • Port: Deepwater seaport access is 90 minutes driving distance from the site to Port Tampa Bay to the south and 75 minutes driving distance to Port Canaveral to the east 

Google Map Location

Key Distances and Demographics

50 Mile Radius 100 Mile Radius 200 Mile Radius
Population 5,761,637 9,720,989 16,990,636
Households 2,135,776 3,652,505 6,385.541
Average Household Income 73,697 76,685 80,694
Businesses 154,449 295,482 562,431
Employees 2,281,788 4,012,972 7,115,154

Access and Amenities



Duke Energy. There is one distribution feeder on-site with 10 MVA of available capacity and a second distribution feeder just east of the site along U.S. 441 that serves the airport. The nearest electric substation is 1.2 miles northwest of the site. A 69-kV transmission line is located approximately 1.2 miles from the site 

Natural Gas

City of Apopka and Lake Apopka Natural Gas District. Two natural gas providers are available at the site: an existing service via a two-inch line (City of Apopka) and a 6-inch high pressure steel gas main line within 200 feet of the site (Lake Apopka Natural Gas District) 

Water and Wastewater

City of Apopka. There is existing service via a 16-inch line within ~300 feet of the site 


Spectrum Business fiberoptic lines – 200 Mbps, 400 Mbps and 900 Mbps 

Building Information (Concept)

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