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Iowa Lakes Corridor Region

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he Iowa Lakes Corridor region of northwest Iowa is known for its significant recreational opportunities, a workforce with a strong work ethic and a diverse mix of business and industry. With over 200 miles of recreational trails, 20+ beautiful lakes, rivers and streams, it is an outdoor recreation destination. It is also home to several manufacturers including Polaris Industries, Pure Fishing, Eaton, Sara Lee, Tyson Foods, Veridian Ltd., Maurer Manufacturing, Tecton Industries, GKN Wheels, Aero Race Wheels, Rembrandt Foods, Brown Medical, Rosenboom Machine & Tool, and many more.

Find out more about doing business in the Corridor and properties for your next location at www.lakescorridor.com.


Former Klaussner Furniture Manufacturing Building

364,000 square feet of prime manufacturing and distribution space available for your next business opportunity. Conveniently located on US Highway 71 in Milford, Iowa, this facility has great amenities such as a large office space, 40+ dock doors and large open manufacturing spaces. The facility sits on 19 acres.



40,000 SFT Spec Building, Spencer, Iowa

The Spencer Spec Building is located in the new Green Industrial Center on the east side of Spencer. The 40,000 square feet spec building features a 35 foot sidewall height and high bay windows. The 200’ x 200’ building has open web trusses with one row of columns in the center. Rail-service available.



30,000 SFT Spec Building, Estherville, Iowa

This industrial speculative building is 30,000 square feet, is a Butler building with 24' sidewalls and a peak ceiling height of 25'. It is a metal shell building with a brick and glass front entryway. It sits on a 5-acre site with additional land available.



Green Industrial Center, Spencer, Iowa

The Green Industrial Center is a great location for your next industrial facility with approximately 140 acres, lots ranging from 1 - 72 acres. Rail-served and all utilities and streets are in process of being extended to the site. Industrial zoning and protective covenants are in place; phase 1 environmental and geotechnical study completed in December 2008. Development plan includes environmental friendly features. Seeking companies interested in LEED building design, a "green" emphasis and serving the renewable energy industry. Site has easy access to US Highway 71 and Iowa Highway 18 via Spencer East beltway. Pioneer Hi-Bred is currently constructing a 200,000 square foot regional distribution center in the park.



Technical Park South, Spencer, Iowa

73 acres available with portion of the site having rail access located on the west side of Spencer. With close access to Highways 18 & 71, the Spencer Technical Park South is a great location with all utilities available.



Iowa Lakes

For more information about these or other properties in the Iowa lakes Corridor, contact: Kathy Evert or Shaun Arneson at 1.800.765.1428 and visit us at www.lakescorridor.com.

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Tech oNE Crossing DATA PARK — Kearney, Nebraska

The site, atop the country's largest aquifer, offers significant free\green cooling and immediate speed-to-market. With 200+ acres data center zoned, ED controlled land, 20+MW substation, and Gensler recommended infrastructure, your company can be moving dirt in 10 days.

No cost land*
Millions in incentives*
Major and minor tax incentives*

*Project size dependent

Contact Info:

Darren Robinson
EDC of Buffalo County
(308) 440-2663
drobinson@edcbc.com



Fremont Technology Park — Fremont, Nebraska

80 acres of truly shovel-ready property featuring low-cost energy, favorable climate for outside air cooling, and Omaha's IT workforce just 25 minutes away.

Infrastructure in place
Redundant fiber on site
Redundant power
IBM green data center training facility located in Fremont
10MW currently available, with up to 20MW available in 2015

Contact Info:

Barb Pierce
Greater Fremont Development Council
(402) 753-8126
gfdc2@fremontne.org



Aurora Mission Critical — Aurora, Nebraska

Located in Aurora, Nebraska — a centralized safe and secure location, the project offers 150 acres with diverse water, sewer, diverse fiber and diversely fed electric currently at the construction ready site.

150 acres, zoned for mission critical
AT&T, Verizon, Charter and more…
6800+ hrs air side free cooling
Water rights to Ogallala Aquifer

Contact Info:

Christian Evans
Aurora Area Chamber & Development Corp.
(402) 694-6911
christian.evans@auroranebraska.com



Cardinal Data Park – South Sioux City, Nebraska

High tech, high power, shovel-ready mission critical development.

340 acres, master planned dev by Corgan and Grubb & Ellis
Up to 100+ MW power avail served by two
redundant routes via 69KV & 115KV systems
65% to 76% free cooling avail
On site "telecom hotel" under dev served by 8 carriers
Redundant utilities on site

Property Info:

https://southsiouxcity.org

Contact Info:

Dan McNamara
City of South Sioux City
(402) 494-9407
dmcnamara@southsiouxcity.org



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Build New Braunfels, Texas

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pportunities just don't grow here — uniquely cultivated by old world German heritage, industry-diversified business brims with innovation yet remains deeply rooted in the sectors of manufacturing, healthcare, logistics, distribution and aviation. Balanced by an affordable, yet enviable quality of place — it's no wonder the city net gains one person/day and has grown 37% since 2003, outpacing the state average. New Braunfels has access to a growing 400,000+ affordable, well-trained labor force and ten colleges and universities within a 30-minute commute. Complimented with a pro-business leadership attitude, competitive incentives, low tax burden and easy access to IH-35 and IH-10, it's easy to understand why companies such as Wal-Mart Distribution Center, The Coleman Company and The Scooter Store have relocated here. Over 300+ days of sunshine a year and nearby rivers, lakes, Schlitterbahn (America's #1 Rated Waterpark) and over 500 acres of outdoor recreation make New Braunfels a desirable destination for work — or play, year round.


Former Grocery Store

This 51,054 sq. ft. building is located in city limits, perfect for a call-center with ample (+/-250) parking spaces that sits on 5.73 acres. Easy access. Adjacent to upgraded major arterial street intersection. Deed has a 55-year restriction: no grocery, fuel or pharmacy.

Property Info:

955 N. Walnut 
New Braunfels, TX 78130
Building Size: 51,054 sq. ft.
Sale Price: $3,000,000 FIRM https://www.hebdevelopment.com

Contact Info:
Lease Manager Name: Brett Baker
Email: baker.brett@heb.com
Phone: (210) 938-8290, Ext. 5
 


Retail Shopping Center

This 30,763 sq. ft. site anchors a retail shopping center off IH-35. Tilt wall construction, two loading docks with 1200+ parking spaces. Close to restaurants and shopping, perfect for a call center or warehouse storage.

 
Property Info:

Marketplace Shopping Center
651 N. Business IH 35
New Braunfels, TX 78130 https://www.nbmarketplace.com

Contact Info:

Broker:
Natalie Wiggins
Phone: 830-620-7475
Email: natwig@wigco.net

 


Rivermill

500,000 sq. ft. facility with full entitlements: utilities and zoning in place. Uniquely adaptable property. Shovel ready for office, distribution, hospitality, recreation, medical facilities, and data storage.

Property Info:

Rivermill Texas
555 Porter St.,
New Braunfels, TX 78130 https://www.rivermilltexas.com

Contact Info:

Peter Serebrenik
Phone: 830-626-2800
info@rivermilltexas.com

 


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Christopher C. Ford Commerce Park

Lake County Fla. aerialPart of the Central Florida-Orlando Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), Lake County is a world class destination to start an entrepreneurial endeavor, to grow an existing business, or to relocate a business from anywhere in the world.

The Christopher C. Ford Commerce Park, located in the central portion of Lake County, was developed as a prime location for heavy industrial and distribution facilities. Situated on more than 700 acres, it serves as a gateway to premier transportation corridors — such as U.S. Highway 27, State Road 19, and Florida's Turnpike, one of Florida's main transportation arteries.


19930 Independence Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

53,000 SF Warehouse/Distribution, $2,495,000.
Eight (8) Dock High, 11.92 Acres, Zoned: M-2

 

Contact Info:

Call "Bo" Bradford
Phone (321) 281-8502 or
e-mail: bbradford@lee-associates.com



19976 Independence Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

40,000± SF, Height: 20’–24’, $1,150,000.
Doors: (10) dock high, 4 Acres, Zoned: M-2

 

Contact Info:

Call "Bo" Bradford
Phone (321) 281-8502 or
e-mail: bbradford@lee-associates.com



7510 American Way, Groveland, FL 34736

Sale: $3,325,000, Lease: $3.60SF,
56,560±sf / 40,000±sf / 19,688±sf, HT:24', 5.0±Acre,
Zoned: M-1, 10 Dock Doors

 

Contact Info:

Call David Murphy
Phone (407) 766-1392 or
e-mail: david.murphy@cbre.com



19925 Independence Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

Former Circuit City Distribution Center. Lease.
706,560± sf, 44.32± Acres. HT: 30' / 35' Zoning: HM

 
Contact Info:

Call David Murphy
Phone (407) 766-1392 or
e-mail: david.murphy@cbre.com

 


19975 Independence Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

125,956 SF truck terminal, 155 dock high doors.
Lease and/or sale. Lease rate is $495.00 per door p/m.
Sale price is $10,500,000 or $467,742 per door.

 

Contact Info:

Call "Bo" Bradford
Phone (321) 281-8502 or
e-mail: bbradford@lee-associates.com

 


19952 Independence Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

A - 27,000 SF, B - 42,000 SF, 7 Acres, HT:26, Sale $2.2 million. 
Contact Info:

Call Morgan Wiseman
Phone (407) 843-7070 or
e-mail: mwiseman@realtycapitalfl.com

 


310 Crittenden Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

Sale Price: $1,695,000; 85,765± SF or Lease: 30,000± SF;
8 doors, 10.27± acres. Zoned: M-1.
 
Contact Info:

Call David Murphy
Phone (407) 766-1392 or
e-mail: david.murphy@cbre.com

 


2051 Independence Blvd., Groveland, FL 34736

5,250 – 54,000± SF to build. Turn key construction. Shell $105+ per SF. 
Contact Info:

Call Richard T. Davis, Jr.
Industrial Group
Phone (407) 481-5395 or
e-mail: rdavis@commercialfl.com

 


For more information about available properties and incentives, call Cecilia Smith with the Lake County Office of Economic Development & Tourism at 352-742-3920, email csmith@lakecountyfl.gov or visit www.BusinessInLakeFL.com.

Abilene, Texas has what it takes to help businesses take root and grow.

From shovel-ready land, ready to occupy buildings,
and a community of workers, officials,
and other businesses ready to lend support.

Five Points Business Park, Abiliene, Tex.The Five Points Business Park is owned by the Development Corporation of Abilene and is capable of accommodating a wide variety of projects to suit anyone's needs. It's currently home to a variety of manufacturers, including: Zoltek, a commercial carbon fiber manufacturer, Pactiv Corporation, a plastics manufacturer, and Broadwind Towers, a manufacturer of wind towers and heavy industries.

With our commitment to make industry happen, Abilene, Texas has completed its third speculative industrial building in the Five Points Business Park.

SPEC 3 is a 100,000 square foot shell for sale or lease that can be finished out to fit a company's needs in a short period of time. SPEC 3 is situated on 18 acres and includes 32-ft. clear height, tilt-up concrete construction, 50' x 50' column spacing, multiple dock doors, rail spur access, is easily expandable, and has 3-phase power available. The property is locally owned by the Development Corporation of Abilene and price, options, and control of the property can be easily discussed.


So gear up for production and put Abilene's resources and experience to work on your next project! To see how your business can develop in Abilene, please contact the Abilene Industrial Foundation at:

Develop Abilene — Abilene Industrial Foundation;
Phone: 1-800-299-0005; Email:info@abileneind.com;
www.developabilene.com

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