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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.
Downtown boasts more than 1,100 residents, with another 19,000 located within a mile. That means plenty of foot traffic and a large base of potential employees to draw from. Downtown is also directly adjacent to the University of Iowa campus, which has roughly 32,000 students and employs about 30,000 faculty and staff -
A new one-of-a-kind facility is beginning construction in Coralville's Iowa River Landing. The Iowa Arena, which kicks off $190 million of new River Landing developments, is set to become a regional sports destination
An innovative new mixed-use complex in NewBo is bridging Cedar Rapids’ industrial past with its entrepreneurial future.
Eco Lips is now renovating the former Squaw Creek Mill Works building, a 35,000-square-foot warehouse space in Marion with room for the business to expand even further. This Corridor success story is living proof of what can happen when a supportive community backs a great idea.