Business Vision

Available Properties

Grand Island has a number of existing, and build-to-suit properties that are perfect for any business and industry. The Platte Valley Industrial Park, Platte Valley Industrial Park East, Cornhusker Industrial Park, Southern Public Power's Energy Park, Central Nebraska Regional Airport's Business and Technology Park, and commercial real estate provide all the essential ingredients for a successful venture.

Reach out to the Grand Island Area Economic Development team for more available properties/ buildings in our LOIS database! 

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Platte Valley Industrial Park East (PVIPE)

Directly to the east of Platte Valley Industrial Park is Platte Valley Industrial Park East (PVIPE). The East property offers nearly 280 acres of undeveloped land.

In 2011, the state recognized the property's potential and awarded itfunds from the Community Redevelopment Block Grant. These funds were used to build the property's infrastructure. PVIPE is now fully equipped with city-managed utilities such as sewer, gas, water, and electricity. There is a paved street and the potential for rail service. 

This property is a blank slate that may be customized or subdivided according to your needs.


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Platte Valley Industrial Park East [PDF]

Platte Valley Industrial Park Homestead

Across the street from Platte Valley Industrial Park East sits the Homestead property. Like adjacent PVIPE, Homestead's 160 acres are serviced by city amenities and have the potential to be subdivided.

Homestead Drone

Currently used as agriculture production, Homestead's development possibilities are endless!

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Platte Valley Industrial Park Homestead [PDF]

Cornhusker Industrial Park

This unique site has 260 acres available strategically located in the middle of the country and from here we can serve North America, Canada, and Mexico. This site can be serviced by Interstate 80, US Highways 281, 30 and 34 and State Highway 2.

Cornhusker Industrial Park is at the crossroads of two Class 1 rail systems, Union Pacific and Burlington Northern-Santa Fe. The advantages of this property are numerous and include the potential of a dual-access railroad, residentially restricted area, and access to major highways.

The Grand Island Area Economic Development Corp. is the sole owner and intends to develop and market the land for industrial development purposes at its highest and best use.

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Cornhusker Industrial Park [PDF]

Southern Public Power Energy Park

Southern Power District (SPD) owns 1,208 acres in the former Cornhusker Army Ammunition Plant located 2 miles west of Grand Island in South Central Nebraska. Production at this plant ceased over 25 years ago and the property has been returned to private use.

SPD's vision is to develop this area with companies that have significant energy (electricity or gas) requirements. Development in this manner is consistent with our core values of selling electricity and maintaining low operating costs per unit of sales.

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Energy Park [PDF]

Airport Business & Technology Park

The Hall County Airport Authority has 185 acres available for business and industrial development near the Central Nebraska Regional Airport.

The property's location allows it to be accessed easily. Three exits from Interstate 80 and railroad service from Union Pacific will make transporting your goods easy and cost-effective.

This abundant developmental area offers many leasing options and financing is available.

Click HERE to view available property at the Airport Business and Technology Park.

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Airport Business & Technology Park [PDF]

“Grand Island provided us the ability to build and maintain professional careers, while still being present in our children's lives. That's the 'better opportunity' we found here.”
Lynda ConnerGrand Island Business Owner
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