The Virgin Islands Economic Development Park Corporation operates economic development parks in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Presently, there are two (2) industrial parks that fall under the auspices of the EPDC, the Williams D. Roebuck Industrial Park and the Virgin Islands Industrial Park.
Benefits At A Glance
- Shovel ready commercial and industrial property for development
- Almost 160,000 square feet of industrial buildings
- Ample parking
- Competitive rental fees
- Strategically located near to Air and Sea Ports on both St. Thomas & St. Croix
- Access to viNGN Broadband Network with Carrier Grade Broadband Services
William D. Roebuck Industrial Park - St. Croix
The William D. Roebuck Industrial Park, located between the historic towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted on the island of St. Croix, is the largest of the two industrial parks. Situated within four (4) adjacent buildings, this park consists of 158,700 square feet of commercial space.
Virgin Islands Industrial Park - St. Thomas
Consisting of 20,000 square feet of commercial space, the Virgin Islands Industrial Park is located on a lush hillside just outside of the bustling town of Charlotte Amalie. The Virgin Islands Industrial Park overlooks the Crown Bay Marina Center in Subbase and the Cyril E. King Airport.