The Plat 2 – Myers 3 parcel within the Bondurant Industrial Park includes 80 acres zoned M-2, or medium industrial district use. The Park is in northeast Greater Des Moines (DSM), at NE 88th Street and Highway 65 in Bondurant. All utilities are readily available onsite or accessible nearby. The property sits adjacent to the four-lane Highway 65 and is less than four miles from Interstate 80. Additionally, the Ankeny Regional Airport is 13 minutes away, and the nearest major air hub — the Des Moines International Airport — is 31 minutes from the property.
As a region, DSM supports businesses considering growth or expansion here — including guidance in navigating available incentives. Companies can consider several incentives such as a targeted business and industry program which could potentially provide access to city, state and federal dollars based on the project and alignment of the targeted industry sector. Incentives like Tax Increment Financing (TIF) and other property tax exemptions for commercial and industrial projects may also be available to businesses. Additionally, the City of Bondurant may be able to fund and deliver upon necessary infrastructure improvements for large commercial and industrial projects, including those with aggressive timelines.
Site at a Glance
Site Name: Bondurant Industrial Park Plat 2 (Myers 3)
Zoning: M-2 Heavy Industrial
Site Designation: DSM RFI Ready, Phase 1 Environmental Study Complete
Water Infrastructure: Yes
Wastewater Infrastructure: Yes
Electric Infrastructure: Adjacent to Site
Natural Gas Infrastructure: Adjacent to Site
Transportation Infrastructure: Distance to 4-Lane Highway: 0.1 mile (site is on a 4-Lane Highway)
Distance to Interstate: 3.8 miles
Direct Rail Access: No
Nearest Major Air Hub + Travel Time: Des Moines International Airport; 31 minutes
Why DSM USA?
Bondurant, Iowa is a growing community just 14 miles northwest of Downtown Des Moines (DSM). Also adjacent to Interstate 80, businesses in Bondurant find big city conveniences in proximity, paired with a cost of doing business 12% lower than the national average (Moody’s Analytics). Additionally, commercial and industrial businesses can attract workers from around the region, thanks to a 20-minute-or-less average commute time. Workers are attracted by DSM’s low cost of living, vibrant communities and the abundance of big city amenities. Bottom line: Both businesses and their employees can do something greater here.
About DSM RFI Ready
DSM RFI Ready sites meet rigorous documentation requirements and have been evaluated by economic development practitioners to ensure site selection consultants and corporate real estate executives can readily access the data needed to drive decisions.
Ready to Get Started in DSM?
See how your company can be among other highly competitive, growing companies doing something greater here in the region. Reach out to Alex Lynch, Economic Development Project Director, to start a conversation today. Email Alex.