3637 Edwards Street

3637 Edwards Street Rapid City, SD 57701

3637 Edwards Street, Rapid City, SD, 57701
3637 Edwards Street, Rapid City, SD, 57701
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$825,000
Last Verified:
Dec 10, 2020

Highlights

  • * Fast expanding and busy area
  • * Tourist travel corridor - BYP16 is the way to the Black Hills
  • * With the new bomber coming to Ellsworth AFB soon, this whole area is seeing rapid expansion

Description

Incredible, high exposure five-acre general commercial lot just South of Interstate 90 and West of Elk Vale Road. The entire Northeast area of Rapid City is filled with local, regional, and national retailers and businesses. In fact, the Northeast region of Rapid City is her fastest growing corridor! And now you have an opportunity to consider this parcel for your own use or visit with us about build to suit opportunities. With Rushmore Crossing Shopping District to the West and the large array of motels, waterpark, fast food services, and Black Hills State University to the East, this could be the waypoint for additional services needing high exposure! The railroad line to the south could be a value add to transportation if approved by appropriate parties. Could be rezoned light industrial with city approval as lotto the West is LI.

Flat/sloping 5 Acre lot in an area that is filled with local, regional, and national retailers and businesses. This Northeast region of Rapid City is the fastest growing corridor!

Lot Size: 5.0 acres

Map of 3637 Edwards Street, Rapid City, SD, 57701

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