Industrial Sites & Reconstruction Projects

The redeveloped Raleigh Depot is located on W. Davie St in Downtown Raleigh

NCRR-Owned Industrial Sites

Wayne County, NC—This seventy-three acre site in the Rosewood area has extensive rail frontage, access to all major utilities and close proximity to US 70.

Johnston County, NC— Conveniently located near Clayton, NC, this 78-acre site is in an industrial park setting and is served by all major utilities. It has extensive frontage on NC Highway 42 and Highway 70.

Harrisburg, NC—These three lots are located in an active industrial park, each approximately 3 acres in size. Two of the lots are adjacent and may be combined. They are served by rail and all utilities.

Other Industrial Sites

For additional listings, please consult the Railway Association of North Carolina

If you have a “rail-served” industrial site that you would like included in this listing, contact the Property Department at NCRR at 919-954-7601.

Company Shops Station in Burlington, NC

Property Redevelopment Projects

Raleigh, NC
This 15,000 square foot former depot building is located on a two-acre site in downtown Raleigh. Today, the restored building – owned by the North Carolina Railroad Company – offers a diverse range of food and beverage options in Raleigh’s Warehouse District. The Depot was the winner of the 2003 Real Estate Deals of the Year (REDY) Award for Best Redevelopment Project in the Triangle area.

New Bern, NC
Once one of the busiest passenger stations in eastern North Carolina, this former depot is now under long-term lease to the City of New Bern for restoration and use for institutional and community service needs.

High Point, NC

This passenger station was constructed in 1907 and has been restored by the City of High Point through cooperative efforts by NCRR and NSR. It’s distinctive design makes it a downtown landmark and it is once again serving as an active passenger station.

Burlington, NC
The last remaining building of the NCRR Company Shops, this 18,000 square foot building was formerly an engine house. It has been redeveloped by NCRR and is serving as the city’s passenger station; it is home to offices for a division of the City of Burlington’s police department and is the home of NCRR’ s Whistlestop exhibit. A portion of the building remains available for lease for offices or retail. Company Shops Station, as the building is known, was the winner of the Department of Commerce’s 2003 Mainstreet Award for Best Adaptive Use Project.

If you are interested in leasing space in one of NCRR’s redevelopment sites, contact the Property Department at 919-954-7601.