Featured Property: Grand Mesa Industrial Park

About the Property 

Located amidst the picturesque landscapes of Grand Junction, Grand Mesa Industrial Park is a premier commercial real estate opportunity sprawled across 44 acres. This industrial park includes six dynamic industrial buildings and one standalone office building, offering a diverse range of opportunities for potential tenants. The total available square footage for this property is 148,992.  

 Grand Mesa Industrial Park is designed to meet the needs of various industries with its outstanding amenities and features including:  

  • Spacious Overhead Doors: Large 20 x 24’ overhead doors accommodate a variety of vehicles and equipment. The overall ceiling height is 26’, providing ample space for manufacturing, storage, and logistics operations.  
  • Bridge Cranes: The property includes multiple bridge cranes, with capacities of 3-ton and 10-ton. 
  • Floor Drains: Ensure a clean and safe work environment with floor drains to accommodate businesses requiring fluid management. 
  • Power and Utilities: The business park is equipped with 3-phase power, an enclosed truck wash, truck lube facilities, and chemical storage facilities. 
  • Secured Environment: A large, fenced, and secured yard ensures the safety and privacy of businesses operating on the campus. 

Additionally, the campus provides flexible space configurations ranging from 7,000 to 148,992 square feet for businesses of all sizes.  


Strategic Location  

One of the main advantages of the Grand Mesa Industrial Park is its strategic location within the city of Grand Junction. Situated on the southeast edge of the city, the property enjoys proximity to major transportation outlets:  

  • I-70: The region’s main east-west connector, I-70, is just 2.5 miles north of the industrial park, facilitating efficient connectivity to both local and distant markets. 
  • U.S. Hwy 50: Additionally, U.S. Hwy 50 is conveniently located just 3 miles to the south.  
  • Regional Airport: The Grand Junction Regional Airport includes direct flights to major cities, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, and Phoenix. 

The Grand Junction area is the largest metropolitan region between Denver and Salt Lake City. The region is easily accessible, boasts an ACT-accredited workforce, and an unparalleled quality of life with plenty of access to outdoor recreation opportunities. 

The region is home to one of the fastest-growing universities in the nation, Colorado Mesa University and CMU Tech, which provide a robust talent pipeline of graduates and alumni with the skills needed for industries including healthcare, energy, manufacturing, business administration, trades, and more.  


Business Incentives & Resources 

Grand Mesa Industrial Park is located in an Enterprise Zone as well as an Opportunity Zone, offering lucrative tax incentives for businesses. Through the Enterprise Zone Program, businesses can receive tax credits for a variety of activities including employee job training, hiring, providing employer-sponsored health insurance, and more.  

Additionally, since this property is located within an Opportunity Zone, investors may be eligible to receive tax incentives for investing in real estate projects and operating businesses in the area through deferrals, reductions, and possible elimination of certain federal capital gains taxes.  

Businesses may also be eligible for a variety of state programs and incentives, including the Rural Jump Start Program which allows eligible companies to receive a tax holiday for up to 8 years and eligibility to receive cash grants. To be eligible for this program, businesses must be new to the state of Colorado or expanding with a new product line, must add to the economic base, and cannot be in direct competition with businesses in the region.  

This property is listed by Katie Worrall, CBRE. For additional information on this listing, please CLICK HERE 

For more information on available incentives and business development opportunities in the region, please contact GJEP Business Development Manager, Matt Bell by emailing matt@gjep.org  

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