We’re here to help you get started … and thrive.
The City of Racine works with many organizations dedicated to helping you find the right location for your business. We’ll work with you to find a space that fits your needs. Whether it’s a commercial kitchen space, a retail storefront, professional office space, industrial work space or a combination of these, there is a place for you in Racine. Get in touch with us and check out the following links to our site selection partners for assistance in finding the perfect place to build up your business.
The Racine Business Center was a business incubator before the concept of business incubators was developed. Since 1916, the Racine Business Center has provided space at affordable rates. From studio space, storage space, office space, plant space to assembly space – whatever your needs, they can help.
The City of Racine offers four industrial parks: S.F. Olsen (far southside), Southside Industrial Park (southside), Wright-Wieczorek (westside), F.M. Young (northwest) and Huck (northwest).
For site selection assistance, contact Laura Million, business development manager, at (262) 898-7530 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Downtown Racine is the place to see and the place to be. The Downtown Racine Corporation keeps active listings of commercial properties available in Downtown Racine.
From time to time, the city acquires property that may be used to incentivize and/or assist in the expansion or attraction of businesses. Please contact us to learn more about city or Community Development Authority property.
Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC)
The RCEDC can assist you in finding and financing a new location for your business. Their staff specializes in siting and matching business owners with financial partners and incentives.