220 Acres on East Anamosa Street, Rapid City

Lot 220a East Anamosa Street Rapid City, SD 57703

Lot 220a East Anamosa Street, Rapid City, SD, 57703
Lot 220a East Anamosa Street, Rapid City, SD, 57703
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Mar 15, 2021


  • High Traffic
  • High Visibility
  • Rapid growing area
  • Ellsworth AFB nearby


As the demand for development continues to be strong in Northeast Rapid City, this is a great opportunity to purchase a 200 acre (3parcel) property with incredible hilltop views and high traffic exposure. Priced at a little over $10,000 per acre, the sellers have put together a conceptual master plan for the area worthy of any developer's attention. Large reservoir water tank located at the top of thehill and we are currently working with the city and adjacent landowners on a water tower to improve water pressure to an acceptable fire-department level. Also working on the plan to see E Anamosa expansion and sewer and water solutions from the subject property to Menards. Bring your commercial, mixed-use, apartment, and single-family residential ideas! Or have a look at what is already conceptualized from KTM Design - note - the conceptual master plan includes 40 acres (East) not in this listing - but for sale too.

BYP 16 is the high traffic road from I-90 to the Black Hills and Mount Rushmore.
The whole area to the SouthEast is seeing fast residential growth, while Anamosa will soon be connected to the West into a busy Retail corner of the City, including Menards.

Lot Size: 220.13 acres

Map of Lot 220a East Anamosa Street, Rapid City, SD, 57703

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