The Carvel Hall manufacturing plant is set to become a new mini-business park in Crisfield.
The industrial site consists of 23 acres of land with the plant occupying around 70-thousand square feet.
The Crisfield acquired the land in 2011 when the former property owner gave it to the city.
Bay Associates Environmental Incorporated has been contracted by the town to remove chromium dust from the plant which used to sell tools and cutlery items.
Mayor Percy Purnell WBOC that businesses will be able to move in as early as June.