Hwy 63 South, West Plains, Missouri, 65775
Excellent Development Opportunity with Major Hwy 63 Frontage in the growing city of West Plains!
Entrance to 63 included!
Ideal Location for Commercial Development! City Water and Electric Available.
Close to all the amenities a town of 12,000+ can offer. Ozarks Medical Center is a top rated hospital that recently completed a $70 million expansion and offers General and Specialized medicine. Missouri State University of West Plains has a campus of approximately 2000 and has their own Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Basketball teams. West Plains is the shopping and entertainment hub of Howell County (with a population of 40,000+) and several surrounding counties! We offer a large Farmer’s Market every Wednesday and Saturday morning and there are many specialized and boutique stores that offer anything from fresh meat to old-fashioned candy. There are plenty of restaurants to enjoy a relaxing meal, such as Colton’s Steakhouse or Kiko’s Hibachi and Sushi. Alternatively, if entertainment is what you are after, the West Plains Civic Center plays host to concerts and activities along with local Small Stage Theatres that hosts multiple plays and musicals each year.
West Plains is the 69th largest community in Missouri. It is a city of professionals, service providers, specialized sales and office personnel. The average commute to work is 14.56 minutes, substantially less than the national average. This means traffic is less aggravating and overall noise and air-borne pollution levels are lower. Businesses do well when employees are less stressed by the everyday tasks, like the morning commute.
West Plains offers large areas of Opportunity Zones, areas that are “designed to spur economic development by providing tax benefits to investors.” We also offer the “Build Missouri” program that “provide(s) financial incentive(s) to an eligible entity in manufacturing, processing, assembly, research and development, and agricultural processing or services.” All information about these programs are on the City of West Plains website.
Kim Miller Grennan