Beaver Dam Commerce Park

Adjacent to four-lane U.S. Highway 151. 35 minutes northeast of Interstates 39-90-94 and Madison; less than 90 minutes from Milwaukee and 3.5 hours from Chicago. One-day hauls include such destinations as the Twin Cities, Des Moines, Indianapolis and Detroit.

Located in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin


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Certified site

Less risk and faster timelines

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One of the largest sites in Wisconsin

520 acres

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Access to quality workforce

Nine county workforce population

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Highway and interstate access
Close to U.S. Highway 151
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Central Location

Hours to all major Midwest cities

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Enhanced power options
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Site Details

U.S. Highway 151,
Hemlock Road and County Highways A and W
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Available acres: 520
Topography: Flat to gentle slopes
Zoning: Agriculture
Site certification: Yes
Adjacent available acres: Yes, privately owned
Setting: Single site
Within city limits: Not currently


Sale price: $20,000 per acre


Nearest interstate: Interstate 41 (27 miles), Interstate 39-90-94 (38 miles)
Nearest four-lane highway: U.S. Highway 151 (1/2 mile)
Nearest commercial airport: Dane County Regional Airport (42 miles)
Rail served: No


Electric: Alliant Energy
Gas: Alliant Energy
– Pressure: 30-60 psi
Sewer distribution: City of Beaver Dam
– Peak capacity at plant per day: 5.5 million gallons per day
– BOD lbs per day: 12,800 lbs per day
– TSS lbs per day: 11,500 lbs per day
Water distribution: City of Beaver Dam
– Peak capacity at plant per day: 4.5 million gallons
– Pressure: 55-70 psi
Telecommunications: AT&T and Charter Spectrum

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Locating in Beaver Dam

Beaver Dam is a thriving city nestled among three nearby major metropolitan areas—Madison, Milwaukee and Fond du Lac. Situated on the southeast shore of Beaver Dam Lake, more than 16,000 residents make up the community. The urban setting of the city blends into the suburban neighborhoods in adjacent townships and it seamlessly transitions to century-old farms in outlying Dodge County.

With a 6,000 acre lake, beautiful parks, and a progressive school system, Beaver Dam is a wonderful place to call home. Quality employers, a workforce second to none and a robust and growing retail marketplace all combine to make it an excellent place for business.

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