The Port of Sanford is the place to start or grow your company.

Ideal location near I-4 and St. John’s River.

Home of some of the Orlando area’s finest manufacturing companies.

Serving the Orlando/Central Florida Market

Capture the Orlando warehouse leasing market without its higher rental rates or congestion.  Located approximately 24 miles north of Orlando with easy access via Interstate Highway 4, the Port of Sanford offers warehouse, manufacturing and distribution facilities as small as 1,500 square feet and as large as 78,000 square feet designed to enhance your opportunity for success and future growth.

As a regional leader in small business development and assistance since 1977, the Port of Sanford hosts the Small Business Development Center of Seminole State College, which offers entrepreneurial and business support services.

To date, the Port of Sanford has 455,196 square feet of manufacturing,  commercial & multi-tenant warehouse leasing space available for your business.

Management’s intense philosophy, along with the pro-business attitude of the Board of Directors, has enabled the Seminole County Port Authority to maintain a high rate of occupancy at the Port of Sanford.  In fact, for the last 10 years, we have maintained an average occupancy rate of 95%.

For decades some of the most prominent corporate, private and start-up companies have enjoyed the affordable lease rates, ideal location and amenities in the Port’s Industrial park. The Port of Sanford has affordable, convenient industrial, corporate and manufacturing space available now.

Whether you are downsizing, up-sizing or starting a new business, investigate all the Port of Sanford has to offer:

  • Aggressive Lease Rates
  • Start-up Incentives
  • Flex Spaces
  • Small Business to Fortune 500 Tenants

The Seminole County Port Authority’s continuing objective is to serve small and medium size businesses by providing competitive warehouse rentals and manufacturing space, growth opportunity and customized assistance.  Job creation and retention have always been, and will continue to be, the overriding management factor which guides the decision making process of the Seminole County Port Authority.