Eastowne Business Park is a unique, 350-acre, mixed office and industrial development nestled in the heart of the country in St. Joseph, Missouri. With a focus on flexibility and accommodating the interests of diverse corporations, Eastowne Business Park offers a wide array of options for your business endeavors.
This property was skillfully designed to serve the needs of light manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, warehousers, high-tech outfits, and other companies that require attractive, cost competitive space for their operations.
The breakdowns for available space are:
- Business Park = 240+ acres
- Office/Warehouse = 45+ acres
- Office/Financial = 15+ acres
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Advantages of Eastowne & St. Joseph
- Aggressive economic development incentives and land costs for quality job creation
- Shovel-ready sites ranging from six to 18 acres
- Larger parcels available
- Redundant electrical services
- Outstanding transportation network
- Pro-business community
- A skilled and reliable workforce
With easy access to all major transportation channels, including immediate access to Interstate 29 and U.S. Highway 36, a multi-modal port offering rail and barge access and nearby airports, plus a full range of low-cost utilities available, Eastowne Business Park is an ideal environment where your business will prosper.
When it comes to getting your business up and running, Eastowne Business Park has your utility needs covered. Regarding electricity, Eastowne provides a choice of 12kV, 34 kV and 161kV primary voltage on site provided by KCP&L.
This range of infrastructure capacity meets the needs for businesses from small to large users. In addition, a substation slated for Eastowne will allow for dual feed capability from two separate substations and a source on site at the business park.
Other utility information includes:
- Water service is provided by Missouri American Water Company & minimum fire flows of 2813 GPM at 25 psi are met.
- Wastewater is maintained by the City of St. Joseph & capacity of 1.7 MGD is provided.
- Natural gas service is provided by Spire.
- Telecommunication service and fiber optic service are provided by Suddenlink and AT&T.
St. Joseph, Missouri is situated in the center of the U.S. and it boasts a multitude of advantages for area businesses. Its strategic location, diversified transportation system, available workforce and current industry infrastructure attract businesses from across the country.
A gateway to the rest of the country, St. Joseph touts an impressive intermodal transportation system that can fulfill the needs of any business. It’s only a 35-minute direct drive via Interstate 29 to the Kansas City International Airport, so local companies enjoy the easy access to a state-of-the-art, international airport that is serviced by all major American passenger and cargo carriers. On the civilian and military side, the local St. Joseph Rosecrans Memorial Airport has two fully ILS-equipped runways and can handle aircraft of all sizes.
With its centralized location, St. Joseph serves as a perfect road transportation hub for other parts of the country interstates 29 and 229 cut through the city, providing passage all the way to Canada. Northern Missouri’s primary east-west thoroughfare, U.S. Highway 36, also passes through St. Joseph, conveniently connecting with I-29. Additionally, St. Joseph provides easy access to I-35, I-435, I-70 and U.S. Highway 71, all of which provide the capability to traverse any given direction from St. Joseph to other desired sites in the United States.
Situated on the navigable Missouri River, St. Joseph’s river port facility provides area companies with the economical option of transporting via river barge. Furthermore, both Union Pacific and Burlington Northern-Santa Fe railroad lines run through St. Joseph, offering direct access to multiple sites throughout North America.
For more information on Eastowne, contact Brad Lau, firstname.lastname@example.org