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Meade County Retail Bullseye

25 ACRES IN THE BULLSEYE FOR THE HIGHEST GROWTH AREA JUST OUTSIDE RAPID CITY, SD

This rare collection of land is nestled between Interstate 90 and Sturgis Road (us highway 79).  It is comprised of three separate parcels which are joined together by common streets known as Democracy Lane, Republic Road, Independence Street and Patriot Drive.  Parcel 4 is a stand- alone pad site that is 2.38 acres in size.  This parcel has 382’ of frontage along Sturgis Road (US Highway 79).  Parcel 5 is another stand-alone pad site that has 511’ of frontage along Sturgis Road (US Highway 79).  Parcel 6 is a much larger tract of land that is 16 acres in size that has 1,174 lineal feet of frontage along Interstate 90.  Collectively, all access may be gained from Sturgis Road using either I90 Exit 52 to Sturgis Road or I90 Exit 48 using Sturgis Road.

With approximately 25,000 daily trips counted on I90 and approximately 2,800 daily trips counted on Sturgis Road at this location, this high traffic target area is the perfect fit for your retail business expansion.  Approximately 6,000 residents call this area home between Black Hawk through Summerset to Piedmont.  Located in DEVELOPER FRIENDLY Summerset, SD your new commercial project may enjoy a 5-year tax abatement at 0% for 5 years!  With zero property taxes for 5 years your business will certainly grow and stabilize quicker.  Sanitary sewer, potable and fire-fighting water mains are available to the entire parcel.  Natural gas, 3-phase electric, and your choice of three different communications are all immediately available for expansion.  Currently commercial tap fees are $2,000 each for sewer and water.

The land all gently slopes from a high point along Sturgis Road at an approximate 3% natural grade towards I90.  The geologic considerations for the entire area are quite favorable with the Spearfish Formation being the predominant geologic feature.

The land may be purchased separately by parcel or all together with a discount in asking price.  Terms for either cash or contract for deed may be considered.