Avenue of the Saints Development Park, Charles City
Avenue of the Saints Development Park
The Avenue of the Saints Development Park is a 75-acre site located at the juncture of the Avenue of the Saints four-lane thoroughfare and South Grand Avenue, Charles City, Iowa. Location on the Avenue of the Saints renders it easily accessible to transportation and major cities. It is situated within Charles City’s South Grand Tax Increment Financing District.
This industrial development site is state certified and shovel ready with all the title, documentation and environmental, historical and geotechnical studies completed. Electrical, water and sewer utilities are on site, with natural gas and telecommunications in close proximity.
Site Overview75.34 ACRES TRANSPORTATION ACCESS
- Four-lane highway access
- Air (within 20mi)
About Charles City
Charles City has proven itself a vibrant and progressive community, supporting industrial and business growth, schools, small businesses, parks and recreation and the environment. The community governs itself responsibly and aggressively strives for growth in the manufacturing, commercial and residential sectors. Charles City serves as the county seat of Floyd County and is situated along the Avenue of the Saints four-lane highway that connects St. Paul, Minnesota with St. Louis, Missouri. This puts Charles City within easy driving distance of many larger urban centers, including Des Moines, Iowa and the Twin Cities. Air, rail and bus service are also conveniently available close by.
Located in Northeast Iowa along the banks of the Cedar River, which winds its way through town, Charles City was settled in 1851 and today is home to a population of more than 7,500. The community offers full-time professional law enforcement, fire and ambulance services. Charles City boasts a diverse economy, quality schools and health care, ample recreational opportunities, numerous area attractions and a variety of shopping, dining and lodging offerings packaged with small town charm and friendliness.