Explore the greatness of Nash County
Located in Eastern North Carolina and just 45 minutes from Downtown Raleigh, Nash County offers small-town living without sacrificing the perks of the city. While the history of the county dates back centuries ago to tobacco farming and the textile industry, within the past decade the area has transformed into a hub for industry, from manufacturing to food distribution to pharmaceuticals.
While embracing modernization, the county also works to maintain its historic roots. From the recently reinvented multi-use hub at Rocky Mount Mills to the well-kept scenic sites along the Tar River, Nash County exemplifies the perfect blend of moving forward while preserving its storied past.
3 premier industrial properties in Nash County are ready for business
Middlesex Corporate Center, the Highway 97 Industrial Site at I-95, and Whitaker Business and Industry Center are three new industrial properties ready for business.
From textiles to manufacturing: the industrial evolution of Nash County
From Pfizer to Cummins, advanced manufacturing plants have become one of the largest employers in Nash County and transformed what was once a textile and tobacco farming county into an industrialized hub.
Rocky Mount Mills: from cotton mill to one-of-a-kind mixed-use destination
In Nash County, Capitol Broadcasting Company has transformed the centuries-old Rocky Mount Mills into a mixed-use destination, filled with office space, breweries, residential units, and more.
Nash Community College brings local engineers and aspiring ones together
In partnering with local nonprofits and businesses, Nash Community College serves as a bridge between professionals and schools around the county.
Nash County moving forward with broadband expansion efforts
As COVID-19 has forced students and parents to work remotely from home, internet access is more important than ever. In partnering with CloudWyze to expand available broadband, Nash County hopes to bring increased connectivity to all corners of the area.