Casselberry Idea Business Park

The Casselberry Idea Business Park is located approximately .6 miles east of US Highway 17-92, five miles east of I-4 and six miles west of SR 417 on SR 434. Just 12 miles from Downtown Orlando, the business park is made up of 70 +/- acres of a mix of light to medium industrial and commercial use development. There are 20 additional acres of property designated for future industrial use. It is surrounded by well-established neighboring properties such as Casselberry Commerce Village, Royal Plus, Inc, and Kellyco Metal Detectors, just to name a few. In addition to these well-established businesses, the City owns a 10.74 acre property, Northeast Industrial Park, which is currently available for development. The Casselberry Idea Business Park is conveniently located to shopping centers and various types of housing.

Casselberry Commerce Village

The Casselberry Commerce Village is a 45,000 square-foot multi-tenant business condominium facility with up to 30 tenant spaces. It currently houses a variety of businesses such as TruSun Media, Gallery J Modern and Contemporary Art, Levan’s Catering, and Strategic Communications Solutions. These spaces rent very quickly with a waiting list for occupancy. For more information regarding availability, visit http://casselberrycommercevillage.com/.

Royal Plus, Inc.

An 84,900 square-foot facility is home to the fleet vehicles of Royal Plus, Inc., who offers cleanup and restoration services to business and property owners with a nationwide catastrophe response. Royal Plus provides an essential service to the community in the wake of natural and man-made disasters. Following a disaster, their services enable businesses to become operational and enable dislocated residents to return to their homes.

Kellyco Metal Detectors

Also located in the Idea Business Park district is Kellyco Metal Detectors. This is a 30,000 square-foot facility that houses the world’s largest selection of metal detectors. The Park also includes S & K Automotive, Seminole Work Opportunity Program and various other light industrial and manufacturing uses. Adjacent to these facilities are various businesses within the Belle Avenue Commerce Center.