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Corbin/Knox County Property

Corbin/Knox County Property

More than 2,000 acres of unspoiled land near the Daniel Boone National Forest, the city of Corbin, Laurel River Lake and the Cumberland Gap Parkway is available in Knox County.

The county’s economy is poised for growth from potential increased federal and private investment through the Promise Zone, a new national initiative that will give the area a competitive advantage in applying for federal grants and gain special assistance from various federal agencies that oversee housing, education, economic development, agriculture and safety.


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The property is:

  • A total of 2,087 acres.
  • Situated on four-lane highway (Highway 25) and eight miles from exit 29 of I-75, the major interstate that connects North and South – from Michigan to Florida.
  • Close to gas, water and electric utilities.
  • Well-suited for small farm/residential development community, commercial uses or an educational facility campus, such as a vocational school in the southeast area.

More about Knox County and Kentucky:

  • The population of Knox County is 31,790.
  • Knox County has a large, available and affordable labor pool.
  • The average weekly wages in Knox County are 39 percent below the national average.
  • Kentucky’s business costs are among the lowest in the country. A 2012 CNBC report ranked Kentucky’s business costs the lowest in the United States and fourth in cost of living.
  • Kentucky has the lowest cost of electricity in the industrial sector among states east of the Mississippi River, the fourth lowest nationally and nearly 21 percent lower than the national average as of December 2013.
  • Kentucky ranks as the seventh most business-friendly state in the country for new firms and the sixth lowest cost state in the country for new corporate headquarters, according to a 2012 Tax Foundation report.