South 33rd Avenue Industrial Park

50 acres of development-ready land in the second largest city in Iowa. Access to Class l railroads through the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Rail Co. (CRANDIC) line. Minutes from Interstate 380. Just 5.3 miles from the Eastern Iowa Airport (CID), which offers direct flights to 14 U.S. cities.

Located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa


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Property is owned by Alliant Energy

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Rail connected

Site is served by CRANDIC Railroad

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Airport access

Close to the Eastern Iowa Airport

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Highway and interstate access
Close to four-lane U.S. Highway 30, Interstates 380 and 80
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442,484 within a 30-mile radius

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50 acres of development-ready land

Site Details

33rd Avenue SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Available acres: 50 acres of development-ready land
Topography: Flat to slight roll
Zoning: Agriculture
Site certification: No
Adjacent available acres: No
Setting: Industrial park
Within city limits: Yes


Sale price: $30,000 per acre


Interstate access: Site sits 1.5 miles from Interstate 380 which connects with Interstate 80, an east–west transcontinental freeway, 15 miles to the south
Nearest four-lane highway: U.S. Highway 30 (1 mile)
Nearest commercial airport: The Eastern Iowa Airport (2 miles)
Rail served: Yes


Electric: Alliant Energy
– On Site: Yes
– Phase: Three Phase Primary Voltage kV: 12.47
– Capacity: Ample capacity available at substation
– Distance to Site: Along western border of site and northern section of property
– Looped: Yes
Gas: MidAmerican Energy
– On Site: No
– Main (inches): 8
– Distance to Site: Across 33rd Ave to the north (approximately 75 feet)
– Pressure-psi: 145
Sewer distribution: City of Cedar Rapids
– Peak capacity at plant per day: 7 million gallons
– BOD lbs per day: 131,500 lbs per day
– TSS lbs per day: 34,100 lbs per day
Water distribution: City of Cedar Rapids
– Peak capacity at plant per day: 7 million gallons
– Pressure: 60 psi
Telecommunications: ATT, CenturyLink, ImOn, Involta, Mediacom Business, Windstream, South Slope

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Locating in Cedar Rapids

Cedar Rapids is the largest corn-processing city in the world and one of the leading manufacturing regions in the country. U.S. News and World Report ranks Iowa the #1 state to live in. Find an educated workforce with some of the highest high school graduation rates in the country.

Cedar Rapids is home to almost 300 different manufacturing plants and two dozen Fortune 500 companies, including International Paper, KraftHeinz, Collins Aerospace, General Mills, Cargill, Ingredion, Quaker Oats, Archer Daniels Midland.

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