RUSHVILLE - The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, officials from the Rushville Redevelopment Commission and the city of Rushville have announced the designation of Indiana Site Certified Prime to the Commerce Park at Rushville. The 288-acre site is zoned for heavy manufacturing.  

The site is owned and optioned by the Rushville Redevelopment Commission and the city says the site is key in demonstrating the park’s logistical advantages. 

“The availability of project-ready sites is critical to attracting new investment to rural Indiana and spurring economic growth,” said Jodi Golden, executive director of OCRA, in a news release. “Today’s economic development projects move at a swift pace and require sites be developed quickly. I want to congratulate the leadership and local partners of the Commerce Park at Rushville on receiving the prime designation.”