This property comprises ±140 acres of vacant land, which is buildable up to 2 million square feet. It is strategically located just north of Interstate 80 (with 1,800 feet of highway frontage), a major transcontinental east-west corridor that carries between 24,000 and 25,500 vehicles past this area every day. It is also just 5 miles west of the interchange with Interstate 39, which connects central Illinois with north central Wisconsin, and has been designated a major economic development corridor by the state of Illinois. Six interstate highways intersect I-39, including I-43, I-55, I-74, I-80, I-88, and I-90. Enterprise zone incentives.
This vast network of interstate highways provides access to 18 major cities within the 11-hour maximum trucking drive time, including:
|Atlanta, GA||11||Indianapolis, IN||3.5||Nashville, TN||7.5|
|Buffalo, NY||9.5||Kansas City, MO||6.5||Oklahoma City, OK||11|
|Columbus, OH||6.5||Louisville, KY||5.5||Omaha, NE||6|
|Des Moines, IA||4||Memphis, TN||7.5||Pittsburgh, PA||8|
|Detroit, MI||5.25||Milwaukee, WI||2.5||St. Louis, MO||3.5|
|Fargo, ND||9.5||Minneapolis, MN||6.25||Toronto, ON||9|
The property also benefits from direct rail access to the north (the Peru Industrial Railroad can ship to 2/3 of the country in 2 days or less), and Illinois Valley Regional Airport is less than two miles away. Furthermore, the city is located along the Illinois River, which has barge access and storage. All these transportation options, along with the city’s reliable infrastructure, make this area an extremely attractive and competitive location when compared to other sites throughout the country.