• 04
  • 05
  • 03
  • 02

Nestled in the heart of one of the most dynamic economic regions, the International Business Park sits at the virtual crossroads of success and prestige. The diversified 500-plus acre park is located 20 miles from downtown Charlotte, along the growing I-85 corridor and near two emerging research and technology engines: the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the North Carolina Research Campus. The Park is currently home to approximately 30 companies, including five international firms and four from the prestigious Fortune 500 list.

Explore Master Plan Request More Information

IBP News

FedEx SmartPost Relocates to IBP
FedEx SmartPost announced that it will move its Charlotte hub to Concord, developing a 330,000-square-foot distribution center in the International Business Park.
Mayor Discusses Business Park's Impact on Economic Growth
‘WalletHub’ recently ranked Concord as the seventh fastest growing city in the U.S. When discussing the city’s growth and the confidence investors now have, Mayor Scott Padgett noted his belief that the city would likely be in a very different place if not for the International Business Park. Follow the link to read how, “Together Concord and IBP have boosted investment and added thousands of jobs to our economy.”
IBP’s Celgard Could Win Tesla Motors "Giga" Deal
Polypore International is the front runner for a deal to supply lithium-battery separators to Tesla Motors’ “gigafactory". Celgard, located in the International Business Park is the Polypore subsidiary that would produce the separators.

Area/Industry News

Major Expansion Planned for Concord Regional Airport
Concord City officials are seeking nearly $80 million in funding from the Federal Aviation Administration to make improvements to Concord Regional Airport.
NC Ranked 3rd in Business by Forbes & Site Selection
Forbes and Site Selection magazine recently published their annual "Best and Worst States for Business" and "Top U.S. Business Climates" lists respectively. North Carolina ranked 3rd in the entire nation on both.
Leaders Discuss What 'Cabarrus County is Doing Right'
When Governor Pat McCrory laid out his 25-year plan for improving transportation in the greater Charlotte area, he didn’t do it in Charlotte. He did it in Concord – further emphasizing Cabarrus County’s increasing status as a thriving hub for commerce and industry. Local leaders recently shared their thoughts on a major factor contributing to the success as well as what’s in store for the future.