Technology Business Park
Great Plains Industrial Park, located just outside Parsons, Kansas, is the perfect base for companies in the technology industry. We understand that technology companies need to invest heavily in research and development, so you need a space that enables you to test while keeping costs to a minimum.
Featuring over 6,800 acres of contiguous land suitable for redevelopment and excellent onsite infrastructure, Great Plains Industrial Park is ideal for a wide range of technology operations, such as offices, test laboratories, storage facilities, testing facilities, and test tracks. We have existing plots of land that can be redeveloped to best support your day-to-day operations and plans for future growth.
Great Plains Industrial Park has excellent rail and road links, giving easy access to your markets and reducing the cost of shipping. Great Plains Industrial Park has excellent rail and road links, allowing easy access to your markets and lowering the shipping cost. The industrial park is conveniently located near US Highway 400 and I-44. It is a 90-minute drive to Tulsa’s Port of Catoosa and 130 miles to the intermodal facility in Kansas.
Reasons to Choose Great Plains Industrial Park
With excellent onsite infrastructure and abundant land available for redevelopment, Great Plains Industrial Park offers great flexibility for technology businesses.
Some of the benefits of using Great Plains Industrial Park as the base for your technology business include:
- Large tracts of land suitable for redevelopment
- 863,000 square feet of warehouse space
- Direct connection to Union Pacific Railroad, with 30 miles of railroad on site
- Access to high-speed fiber-optic broadband
- Competitive rates for energy
- An onsite water treatment facility
Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) are being funded for industry focused investment opportunities centered on utilities, manufacturing, and logistics. KPG is positioned to attract regional and national innovation firms to test and integrate proofofconcept research and development in the park.