Key Development Opportunities
Sun Prairie Business Park
The Sun Prairie Business Park has been one of the most successful business parks in Dan County because of its development standards and affordable pricing. The City has two lots remaining in the fifth edition and is actively seeking potential business for these sites.
The Sun Prairie Business Park added a sixth edition in July 2017. This 64 acre area is unplatted and is part of the Tax Increment District 12. See TID Project Plan 12 here.
Please connect with Economic Development for more information on tax increment financing eligibility by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tax Increment District 9 Outlots
The City of Sun Prairie owns three developable lots that are available for private development near the SSM Health Emergency Room located on US 151 and Reiner Road in Sun Prairie's Westside neighborhood. Assistance or incentives may be available for qualified projects.
Click here or contact Economic Development at (608) 825-1107 for more information.
Central Main Street Corridor - Midtown (TID 11)
Serving at the City’s original commercial corridor, the Central Main Street Corridor has several options for redevelopment sites as well as viable commercial buildings for your office, retail and service business.
This area is currently undergoing the Central Main Street Corridor Redevelopment Plan with financial assistance provided by the Dane County BUILD Program. For more information on this process and project updates please click here.
For additional information on specific redevelopment opportunities and availability of space for your business click here.
Downtown Sun Prairie (TID 8)
Home to one of the most successful downtown redevelopment projects in Wisconsin, Downtown Sun Prairie features a growing number of restaurants, retailers, offices, and signature community events. It has become the symbol of our community's potential, and it continues to evolve into a greater place to live and work. There are several opportunities for a business to move into available space downtown, as well as some redevelopment opportunities for a few remaining underutilized parcels.
Events and support for Downtown Sun Prairie is credited to the Downtown Business Improvement District. For more information on their mission and activities please visit Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) or call (608) 825-1191.
For more information on available space or development in Downtown Sun Prairie please email email@example.com or call (608) 825-1107.
The central retail area of the Westside Neighborhood Development is anchored by Target, Costco, Cabela's, a 14 screen Marcus Theatres and currently under construction, a 124 room Hilton Garden Inn. The area is the primary retail showcase area for the City of Sun Prairie with the development located directly on the interchange of Hwy 151 and Grand Ave (County Highway C). A variety of space is available for lease and a few lots remain.
Click here for additional information, or contact Chad Fedler at (608) 358-0333.
This area is most known for its traditional neighborhood design and is actively seeking commercial development on several sites along with small retail/office lease opportunities to accompany the 1,800+ housing units in the area.
Contact DSI Real Estate at (608) 226-3060 for additional information.
Prairie CenterAnchored by a Pick 'n Save, previously known as Copp's Grocery, this development area at the SE corner of the intersection of State Highway 19 and Grand Ave (County Highway C) was the first area to begin developing on Sun Prairie's Westside Neighborhood Area. Only two outlots remain.
Contact Rollie Winter & Associates at (920) 739-0101 or click here for more information.
A City owned 41 acre parcel is available for office and flexible commercial space (any development must incorporate an 10 acre City owned/maintained stormwater pond). This parcel is between the US Hwy 151 interchanges of Grand Ave and Main Street with close proximity to the Prairie Lakes shopping areas which includes national brands (Cabela's, Costco, Target, Marcus Theatres) along with smaller boutique shopping and dining options.
For full packet of information contact Economic Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.