Real Estate & Development
Real Estate & Development Opportunities
If you’re looking for a turnkey or specialized real estate solution to meet your client’s needs, then consider the opportunities that exist in Rock County, WI. Located at the WI / IL border, Rock County provides an affordable price point without sacrificing supply chain connectivity. If you’re not familiar the growing list of companies that we keep, then take a few moments and experience the Rock County difference.
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Wisconsin Real Estate – Rock County
Experience our Difference
From crane-served to cross-docking facilities, Rock County has a diversified selection of properties to meet your needs. If a build-to-suit arrangement is the preferred route, then combine a certified “shovel-ready” site with one of six footprints that we have already pre-designed to meet local / state codes. By compressing the development due diligence time frame, Rock County accelerates the speed-to-market process. For additional validation, click on the image below to view a summary of the County’s Real Estate & Development opportunities.
Since the majority of the Business / Industrial Parks are owned by local units of government, developer of choice is the norm – not the exception. Exceptional General Contractors, coupled with a deep bench of skilled trades, provides value-added benefits that flow immediately to a project’s bottom line. Already have a General Contractor? No problem: it’s not uncommon to have combinations of local and non-local firms working side-by-side. Plus, our seasoned Economic Development Team will provide entitlement services throughout the entire process.
From 1836 to the present day, agriculture and manufacturing remain foundational pillars from which Rock County’s economy has been forged. From complex design to sophisticated green-industry applications, Rock County’s dominance as the Stateline area’s “production hotbed” remains strong. While the industry names have changed, the expertise and passion have not. Availability, aptitude and attitude are workforce characteristics commonly utilized to describe the area’s labor pool.
Lastly, the State of Wisconsin has retooled its economic development tool box and is continually lowering its cost of doing business. Reduced electric power rates, refundable tax credits and targeted industry tax rate tweaks represent a sampling of the sweeping reforms that Wisconsin has enacted. Contact our Economic Development Team to determine how these benefits might apply to your project.
Interested in expanding your development and investment perspectives?
Connect with Rock County, WI’s I-39/I-90 & I-43 Development Corridor opportunities.
For additional information contact:
ROCK COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE
51 S. Main St.,
Janesville, WI 53545
CITY OF JANESVILLE
18 N. Jackson St.,
Janesville, WI 53547
CITY OF BELOIT/GREATER BELOIT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP.
100 State St.,
Beloit, WI 53511
51 S. Jackson St.,
Janesville, WI 53548