Building Cheyenne's Future
North Range Business Park ("NRBP") is currently home to 3 companies that supply incredible economic stimulation for the city of Cheyenne by providing over 900 jobs to the area. There has been over $890MM in capital investments from infrastructure to completed development. North Range Business Park has already proven to be an economic anchor for the city with only 37% of the development currently occupied. There is a tremendous opportunity for growth and sustainability as the community at large grows at a steady, stable rate.
TThe Development is in a county subdivision zoned for Commercial and Light Industrial business operations. Each of the lots will be serviced by the Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities and Black Hills Energy. The main waterline and gas line is located at Happy Jack Road & Roundtop Road. Electrical services have ample power (up to 15-20 megawatts) and are currently supplying the demand for Microsoft's Data Center. There are plans to eventually build an electricity substation on site in order to further service the park. Telephone and internet services are also available.
A snapshot of North Range Business Park
- 800,000 Square Foot Automated
- 650 Employees
- 500 Trucks inbound/outbound daily.
- 50% of the drivers are independents.
The Data Center
- Data Center for entire Rocky Mountain
- $200MM Expansion Plan. TDC $750MM
- Construction work will employ ~300
NCAR - Wyoming SuperComputer
- One of the fastest Super Computers in the
- TDC over $100MM
- 153,000 square foot facility
North Range Business Park
In The News
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North Range Business Park is located in Cheyenne (Wyoming’s largest city and state capital) in the I-80 & I25 exchange corridor. This is the most heavily traveled highway interchange in Wyoming, and two of the biggest arteries in the Rocky Mountain west. It is 90 miles north of
Denver and 40 miles from Fort Collins, Colorado. Warren Air Force Base, with 5,000 personnel, civil service, and dependents, is the city’s largest employer. Cheyenne is the location of 40% of all state jobs and home to both Lowe’s and Walmart’s regional distribution facilities. The
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, with more than 1,000 employees, is Wyoming’s only trauma center. The NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center is the home of the world’s fastest computer.
Cheyenne was recently ranked in the top ten list of best cities to find a job (the only city in the Rocky Mountain region). Cheyenne is also home to Laramie County Community College with 6,000 students in Cheyenne, as well as the University of Wyoming in Laramie (just 40 miles west ofCheyenne) with an enrollment of more than 14,000 students. The steady growth in Cheyenne has lead to the construction of an additional elementary and high school. Cheyenne has been designated as a “Top American City” in Forbes magazine, Business Facilities magazine, Expansion Management magazine, and the American City Business Journal. Cheyenne was identified as one of the “Top 10” cities for lifestyle and business relocation. In addition, CNBC has consistently reported Wyoming as the top economy in the nation.
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Price: $4,280,000 (Priced at $5/SQFT)
The 19.66 acres are located right next to the Wal-Mart Distribution center. This location is just off of Interstate 80 and on the first entrance into NRBP. Over 500 trucks, inbound and outbound, pass this parcel on a daily basis. In addition, there are 650 employees that work at the distribution center. It is an ideal location for any business looking for a high traffic, high visibility location located directly off of the interstate.
Price: $1,485,000 (Priced at $3.25/SQFT)
The 10.49 acres sit on the corner of Happy Jack Road and Roundtop Road. It's the first lot with the highest visibility on the north end of North Range Business Park. It's positioned to capture a significant amount of traffic.The Data Center has expansion plans in place which will drive more traffic and user activity in the area. Its suited for a mid-level user that doesn't need the full capacity of a 15+ acre site.