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There are four buildings planned for the Depot project, providing a mix of facilities and units in keeping with the modern urban aesthetic and lifestyle of this increasingly appealing area of Cedar Rapids. A multi-use development, the Depot will comprise a range of high spec residential, commercial, and retail units.
There’s going to be a variety of different commercial units available within the four buildings of the development. From small to large, the units are designed to attract everything from chic retail outlets, office, food, and entertainment. As well as being the ideal new location for start-ups, entrepreneurial ventures, and tech firms – in keeping with the modern commercial landscape of the region and wider Corridor zone.
Look for these trends to make headway in the commercial real estate this year.
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Iowa City, Iowa, is a truly special place to put down regional roots, from its dedication to supporting local business to unrivaled educational and cultural resources for your future employees. Check out these four reasons why Iowa City truly has it all.
Coralville’s Iowa River Landing is steadily becoming a valuable location for business. A branch of the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and a large Marriott hotel mean a constant flow of people, and a growing number of shops and restaurants are quickly filling in the 180-acre district.