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Dunn County (Technology & Business Park)

Technology Dr. & Schneider Ave.
Menomonie, Dunn, WI 54751
US

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Features

Land

In City Limits

Building

Sub-dividable

Expandable

Build To Suit

Shovel-Ready

Industrial Park

Business Park

100-Year Flood Plain

Phase 1 Environmental Audit Complete

Utilities

Water

Sewer

Electric

Natural Gas

High Speed Telecom

Transportation

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Broker Info

Jamie Radabaugh
(715) 832-8707

Dunn County EDC
Eric Turner
[email protected]
(715) 232-4009

Pierce County EDC
Paul Schwebach
[email protected]
(715) 425-3881

Polk County EDC
Steve Healy
[email protected]
(715) 646-3369

St. Croix EDC
Bill Rubin
[email protected]
(715) 381-4383

Details

  • 200+ acres for new development
  • T-1 Technology Park Specialized
  • Multiple broadband options
  • Gold shovel ready sites

Category

Technology and Business Park

Posted On: 09-12-2016
Last Updated: - 3 years ago

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From its traditional (and still significant) agricultural base, the past 50 years have seen a significant expansion in manufacturing and industrial building in Pierce County.  Most of these facilities are owner-occupied, but several owner-developers have constructed successful build-to-suit and lease projects in our territory as well.  Vacancy rates are historically very low, but there have been some recent moves that have created several available space opportunities in Pierce County worth a closer look.

Several Pierce County communities and developers have recognized the market opportunity and benefits of additional industrial and business development, and despite our modest size we now have over 210 acres of appropriately zoned land ready for new development.  Let us help you visualize your operation in a Pierce County location.

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Beautiful Lake Pepin

The wide area of the lake stretches from Bay City, Wisconsin, in the north, down past Pepin, Wisconsin, and Reeds Landing, Minnesota, in the south, with Pepin being just upstream from where the Chippewa River enters the Mississippi. The villages of Maiden Rock and Stockholm border on the Wisconsin side, while Frontenac State Park takes up a large part of the Minnesota side. The largest city on the waterfront is Lake City, Minnesota.