As a longtime corporate headquarters community, Findlay and Hancock County have an ongoing need for businesses that support other companies. From law firms to data centers, from public accountants to IT providers and more, our area offers outstanding opportunities (and sites) for professionals that grow by helping others do the same.
We’re particularly well-positioned to add companies with the expertise to turn technology’s promise into practical solutions. For example, the Findlay Commerce Park is a certified Shovel-Ready and AEP Qualified data center site that is already zoned specifically for data centers, call centers, and other office-based operations that demand a substantial technology infrastructure.
The 148-acre park is served by redundant power from AEP and Hancock-Wood Electric and redundant fiber from ATT, Time Warner Cable, and Buckeye Telesystem. If your system demands cooling water, you’ll appreciate the park’s capacity, with more than 400,000 gallons per day available.