Welcome to Southeast Volusia

New Smryna Beach | Edgewater | Oak Hill

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A message from the future from Southeast Volusia…precisely where you want to be.

If your company is engaged in aviation, aerospace or any tech-driven industry, you’ve landed in the right place. Southeast Volusia County is located at the eastern threshold of Florida’s High-Tech Corridor, just north of Kennedy Space Center and the Space Coast. It’s just minutes from Daytona Beach and only a short drive from Orlando. The region is home to the Florida Institute for Technology and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. It is served by three international airports, Port Canaveral and JAXPORT. There is plenty of available land and a pro-business government. Its principal cities – New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater and Oak Hill – offer a quality of life that is the envy of the nation. So no matter how you look at it, Southeast Volusia is precisely where you want to be. 

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Tax Advantages

Florida is known for its preferred tax climate.

Right-To-Work State.

Business friendly Governments

Sales & Use Tax Exemptions

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The Good Life

The lifestyle of Southeast Volusia County region is legendary. The weather is spectacular most of the year. The beaches are magnificent. Inland waterways, springs and lakes are beautiful. The fishing is world class. Real estate values ​​are impressive. Land and construction costs are extremely competitive. Health care is exceptional. The public and private schools are highly regarded, as are our many colleges and universities. Air service is convenient.

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Southeast Volusia in the News
Commercial real estate is defined as asset classes that are not single-family homes, such as multifamily, office, and retail. Purchasing commercial real estate can yield excellent results – even more so than residential properties. Now, how do you evaluate the best commercial properties to invest in? Below, we go over the 7 steps you should take to ensure that your investment will pay off now and in the future.
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This week's announcement that Terran Orbital will construct a giant “Industry 4.0” satellite-manufacturing plant on Merritt Island has raised prospects for economic development in southeast Volusia County and beyond. With Terran Orbital joining SpaceX and Blue Origin as leaders of the commercial space industry locating operations at Kennedy Space Center, the bust that came with the end of the U.S. space shuttle program has now swung back to boom. Communities such as Oak Hill and Edgewater are already seeing impacts, while Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach also figures prominently in developing the workforce and spinoff companies.
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