Quick Facts

Daphne Innovation and Science Complex

DISC is ideally located only 5 minutes from Interstate 10, with immediate 4-lane highway access off Alabama State Highway 181 next to Daphne High School. This location was ideal to foster a collaborative environment with the school system and private industry as well as to partner on programs like STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics).

In addition, the development promotes industry that leverages the education attainment levels of the population on the Eastern Shore and in Baldwin County, where 88 percent hold a high school diploma and 27 percent attain four-year degrees or higher.

DISC is publicly owned by the Daphne Industrial Development Board.

office buildings with over 400,000 SF of Class-A office space are included in initial plans
acre technology park

(phase I of a 75-acre master plan)

received $1.6 million infrastructure grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce

The Daphne and Baldwin County Community

Located in the fastest growing county in Alabama

85% of Baldwin County's net new residents, from 2010 to 2015, had at least some college

EMSI ranks Baldwin County #1 in the state of Alabama for workforce ``Talent Attraction``
projected to become the 4th largest county in Alabama by 2040
over 56% population growth in Daphne, since 2000

Business and Job Growth

Property value continues to rise rapidly across Baldwin County, with a 16.8% increase in total assessed property value from 2012-2016

Baldwin County ranks in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Top 50 MSAs in the U.S. for new job growth

SmartAsset named Baldwin County the #1 County for incoming business investment in the state of Alabama
Baldwin County ranks as one of New Geography's Top 10 Best Small MSAs for job growth
Named one of the Top 50 places to grow a business by Forbes magazine

Demand for DISC

Baldwin County continues to see an increase in demand for Class-A office space with little inventory available

Many residents and business owners commute and do business outside of Baldwin County because Class-A office space is scarce

As the state leader in population and business growth, Baldwin County continues to see a growth in white collar jobs