Sunflower Commerce Park-Bel Aire, Kan.
|| North of 45th Street and East of Webb Road
|Site can be developed for industrial use:
|Site is a minimum of 100 contiguous, developable acres
|Site is available for sale:
|Site is available for long-term lease:
|Length of years land can be leased?
||$25,000 per acre
|Site ownership is documented and owned by the city, county, local development group or bona fide private developer?
|Name of site owner:
||City of Bel Aire
|Developable acreage is located outside the FEMA 100-year floodplain?
|Phase 1 Envr. Report:
|Soil Boring Report:
||Miles to: 1 mile
||Name: U.S. HWY 254
||Miles to: 1.5 miles
||Name: HWY 96
||Miles to: Adjacent to
||Name: Jabara Corporate Airport
||Miles to: Runs through the park
||Name: Union Pacific Railroad
|Utility infrastructure is in place and/or to the property line of the site.
||Kansas Gas Service
||Line size: 16" main along arterial street, 10" within site
|Waste Water Provider:
|| City of Bel Aire
||Line size: 10" main throughout site, empties into 15" main
|| Barbara Hake, CEcD, Business Recruitment Manager
Kansas Department of Commerce
22201 W. Innovation Drive
Olathe, KS 66061
|Local Contact Information:
7651 E. Central Park Avenue
Bel Aire, KS 67226
(316) 744-2451 ext. 217
|Notes:||Bel Aire city leaders and partners officially broke ground on Phase 1 of Sunflower Commerce Park on November 5, 2012. The city is developing the first 155 acres of the 800-acre industrial park as “shovel-ready” for companies to begin building. Roads and utilities are in place for 2013. Environmental studies have been completed with lots ready for construction. The first phase of the Sunflower Commerce Park is platted with 3 to 15 acre lots, which can be combined to make larger tracts. The entire 800 acres is designed for a variety of sizes with the potential for a 100-acre lot, if needed. Running through the tract is a Union Pacific industrial line which is ready for more use. Bel Aire is currently designing a rail siding on the north side with a spur possible on the south side. Bel Aire worked with Law Kingdon, TranSystems and Schwab Eaton on master planning, various studies and infrastructure planning required, including engineering, soil survey, geotechnical assessment report, the first phase environmental assessment and more. Utilities, including power electrical and gas lines plus water and sewer lines, are in place ready to connect with tenants. Located between Webb and Greenwich roads and 53rd and 45th streets, Sunflower Commerce Park has transportation access including connections to U.S. Highway 254 and Kansas Highway 96 and close to interstates 35, 135 and 235 interchanges. The site is also adjacent to the Jabara Airport campus. Over the past eight years, Bel Aire invested $12 million in infrastructure and land in Sunflower Commerce Park. Bel Aire is selling the land at $25,000 an acre plus special assessments. Bel Aire is a city with a population nearing 7,000 in Sedgwick County, Kansas. For more information, visit www.sunflowercommercepark.com and www.belaireks.gov.|
|Topo Map:||Sunflower Park Topo Map|