Featured Property: Fruita Business Park
The Fruita Business Park contains 17 shovel-ready parcels that may be purchased individually or as a conglomerate. The property is zoned for light industrial and allows for a mix of permitted and conditional use, including business residences, medical offices, hotel/motel, recreation and entertainment, and RV campgrounds.
The property includes access to the Colorado Riverfront Trail and is equipped with fiber and direct highway access. The park’s anchor tenants include Johns Manville, FHE USA LLC, and Imondi Wake Zone, a world-recognized cable wakeboarding park.
This development has strong potential for businesses operating in the outdoor recreation industry and light manufacturing sectors. Allowed and Conditional Use examples are business residences, personal service offices, medical offices, recreation/entertainment, hotel/motel, RV Campgrounds, and more. Please reference the Fruita Land Use Code for more information and a list of uses.
For more information on available real estate in the area, please get in touch with GJEP Business Development Manager Matt Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fruita Business Park is listed by Kodi Imondi, Commercial Broker with Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties (www.fruitabusinesspark.com)
About Fruita, Colorado
Located just 13 miles from Grand Junction, the City of Fruita is a community embodying an inclusive small-town feel with access to major amenities and business development opportunities. Fruita’s history boasts steady growth for over a century, with descendants of many of the original pioneers still living in the area. Today, Fruita still appreciates its Western heritage and scenic setting at the foot of the Colorado National Monument.
The City of Fruita values its quality of life. It’s an inclusive city with a small-town feel, a vibrant downtown, and plenty of public lands and outdoor recreation opportunities. Fruita fosters a fun and funky atmosphere and instant access to the incredible outdoors. It is the perfect place to put down roots, grow your business, and raise your family with a robust education system through School District 51, community rec center, and plenty of family-friendly activities throughout the year.
It is right off Interstate-70 and only 20 minutes from the Grand Junction Regional Airport, with daily direct flights to major U.S. cities. Fruita boasts access to a skilled labor force and build-to-suite and lease-to-own commercial real estate options.
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