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Cheyenne Industrial Parks

Build-to-suit opportunities exist in either of LEADS’ two business/industrial parks. As the landowner, LEADS has the latitude to enter into the most competitive purchase negotiations possible. As a not-for-profit economic development entity our mission is jobs per acre, not dollars per acre.

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Cheyenne Business Parkway



The Cheyenne Business Parkway (CBP) encompasses a total of 900 acres immediately east of central Cheyenne and within city limits. The CBP has 200 acres available in parcels ranging from a few acres to fifty acres, 80 acres of which are available for technology development. The park has access to Interstates 80 and 25, and to major arterial traffic routes around and directly into the city. All utilities, including high-volume natural gas, electricity, and redundant fiber optics telecommunications, are in place.

Current tenants of the CBP include Lowe’s Regional Distribution Center, EchoStar Broadcasting Corp. (DishNetwork) satellite uplink center, Truss-Craft, Sierra Trading Post Fulfillment/Catalog Headquarters, Cheyenne Firefighters Training Facility, nanoMaterials Discovery Corp., Magpul Industries, Grobet USA, and Greenhouse Data to name a few.

At the intersection of I-80 and I-25, 90 minutes north of Denver.
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Cheyenne Business Parkway looking northeast

Water, sewer and power already in place.

Data Center

Lowest land costs in the Front Range.
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Cheyenne Business Parkway looking west

Lowest operating costs in the United States.
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Arundel Technology Park (partially available building) in Cheyenne Business Parkway

Annexed, platted and zoned with a 21-day bidding permit approval process.
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Cheyenne Business Parkway looking northeast
North Range Business Park


The North Range Business Park (NRBP) consists of 21 sites with a total of 620 acres of land, with 220 acres available in 10 parcels from 8 acres to 45 acres. The park is located adjacent to the crossroads of Interstate 80 and Interstate 25. Master planning is complete and infrastructure has been extended throughout the park. The North Range Business Park has its own interchange onto I-80, and walking paths. Wal-Mart’s automated distribution center is the anchor business on a 150 acre site within the NRBP as well as the National Center for Atmospheric Research’s (NCAR) super-computing center, and Microsoft Data Center.
At the intersection of I-80 and I-25, 90 minutes north of Denver, 2 miles west of Cheyenne.
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NRBP view of Wal-Mart Distribution and NWSC, June 2012

Roads, water, sewer, power and telecomm. are under construction, with a completion of late 2006
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NWSC (NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center), June 2011

Lowest land costs in the Front Range.
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NWSC shortly after groundbreaking, June 2010

Lowest operating costs in the United States.
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Wal-Mart Distribution Center and NWSC looking east, June 2010

Annexed, platted and zoned light industrial with a 21-day building permit approval process.
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Wal-Mart Distribution Center and NWSC looking south, June 2010
Swan Ranch Business Development


The Cheyenne Logistics Hub wasn’t built overnight. Ideally situated just 90 minutes from Denver, Cheyenne Logistics Hub was systematically developed to be world-class and build-ready so businesses would be prepared for the competitive landscape of industry.

Today, Cheyenne Logistics Hub is a respected industrial park, praised for its unique and unparalleled interstate and railroad access. They spent over a decade strategically selecting the optimal area for a premiere logistics hub, relying on their experience as one of the largest developers in the region owning and operating business, industrial, and rail parks throughout Wyoming, North Dakota, and Arizona to best serve the Rocky Mountain states. Not only are they outfitted with the infrastructure businesses need to begin operating now but they’re also equipped to handle the operations of major corporations.

Fiber, water, gas, electricity, and sewer are in place.

Niobrara Industrial Park


The Niobrara Industrial Park is a distinguished environment in southeastern Cheyenne for industry development. It is strategically located in the center of one of the fastest growing communities with close proximity to state and interstate highways that will connect buyers to suppliers worldwide. Being located off of south College Drive and Fox Farm and two minutes from Interstate 80, the developers of the Niobrara Industrial Park have designed a park which will allow for easy accessibility and utilization.
Campstool Business Park


The Campstool Business Park is in a location with high visibility for commercial development situated at the southeast edge of Cheyenne. The Campstool Business Development encompasses over 200 acres within city limits, annexed, platted and zoned Community Business (CB). Located near Lowe’s Distribution Center, Sleep Inn, Sierra Trading Post and Cheyenne Business Parkway, the site has direct access to Interstate-80 at the Campstool Road Exit Interchange.