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Orange County Economic Development
The Orange County Economic Development office provides comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date business and real estate information to help firms interested in locating or expanding in Orange County. For detailed property information on all Orange County buildings and sites or to schedule a tour, please contact Steve Brantley, Economic Development Director, at 919-245-2325. Or you can view featured buildings and sites in Orange County.
Town of Chapel Hill Economic Development
The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well and living in Chapel Hill. A town that's open for business. A local government that's open to business. The perfect place to open yours. Search commercial listings in the Town of Chapel Hill.
North Carolina Department of Commerce: AccessNC
With AccessNC, you can find properties in Orange County that meet your business needs. Our system allows you to map these properties and create custom demographic reports for the site-specific locations you select. From community demographic reports to labor market and education data, AccessNC lets you access the data you need to make important business decisions.
Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership
The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership's mission is to bring the resources of the Town, University and downtown community together to maintain, enhance and promote downtown as the social, cultural, and spiritual leader of Chapel Hill through economic development. Search for downtown space in the Partnership's listing of available property.
Find a Commercial REALTOR
The Chamber has several member commercial REALTORS who can find you the space that fits your business. Search for a commercial REALTOR in our business directory.
Explore Co-Working, Incubation, or Venture Lab Space
LCH is a cooperative effort between UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, Orange County, the Downtown Partnership, and private support. Launch Chapel Hill is a best-in-class business venture lab for students and residents located in downtown Chapel Hill. Launch Chapel Hill will help you develop your venture from early stage into a self-sustaining enterprise.
The PFAP is a joint project of Alamance, Chatham, Durham, and Orange Counties, with Orange County acting as the fiscal agent during the establishment phase, as well as the home location of the center. PFAP’s mission is simple: To create a strong base to help launch and grow new food-businesses in the Piedmont, focusing on a 75 mile radius in all directions.