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Eastern Iowa Industrial Center, Davenport

Eastern Iowa Industrial Center

Eastern Iowa Industrial Center, Davenport, Iowa

Eastern Iowa Industrial Center (EIIC), first certified in 2015 with 186 acres, offers a remaining 27 acres of State of Iowa Certified, development ready lots suitable for manufacturing, logistics and warehouse operations. The EIIC, zoned light industrial, is conveniently located on Interstate Route 80 and offers easy access to major cities in the Midwest. The site was recertified in 2021.

The EIIC also has access to multi-model transportation including a new transload rail facility on site and available for use.

As a certified site, engineering due diligence studies are complete and available for prospective buyer’s review. Studies include Phase I Environmental Assessment, National Wetlands Inventory, Wetlands Delineation Report, Phase One Archeological, Geotechnical, Soil and Topographic Surveys. All utilities are in place and offer low competitive rates. For more details, go to utility mapping section. Also on site is a world Class Technology Center that offers custom employee training programs offered by the Eastern Iowa Community College. The lots can be subdivided and are offered at $49,500 an acre. All lots are incentive eligible. All transactions are strictly confidential.

The land is owned by the Greater Davenport Redevelopment Corporation (GDRC). GDRC is a nonprofit, public private partnership. The partners include the city of Davenport, Scott County and the private sector.


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  • Four-lane highway access
  • Rail
  • Air (within 20mi)
  • Barge (within 5mi)

Davenport (population 102,000) is the regional epicenter of the metropolitan Quad Cities (population 400,000) and the third largest city in the state of Iowa.

Davenport’s manufacturing roots run deep and advanced metal manufacturing continues to grow along with food production, agricultural innovation, logistics and defense related industries. Standing as the economic engine of the Quad Cities metro, Davenport is home to Fortune 500 companies including Kraft Heinz, Sterilite Corporation, Nestle Purina, Sears Manufacturing and John Deere.

Our region has unparalleled access to major Midwestern markets. Situated along Interstate 80, there are 37 million people within a 300-mile radius. The area is also served by the Quad City International Airport, several Class I rail carriers and water access to the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Lakes via the Mississippi River.

Greater Davenport Redevelopment Corporation