ACCESS and TRANSPORTATION
The sprawling 4,000 acre Lake City facility is located in Independence, Missouri, just ten miles from Kansas City, Missouri and 15 miles from a foreign trade zone.
Kansas City is a major transportation center and logistics hub -- the NAFTA highway midpoint between Canada and Mexico. It is served by more than 300 commercial trucking companies and four major railroads. Kansas City is the second largest rail center in the United States.
Lake City is in an excellent location to access the growing work force of the Kansas City area. Within a 50 mile radius there is a labor pool of more than 1,100,000 workers.
Several universities and two-year community colleges are located within a short distance of Lake City and play a vital role in the community's economic development. Also a wide variety of technology-oriented training facilities offer recent graduates, as well as opportunities to update workforce skills to include trade and craft apprenticeship certification.
For more information: www.smartkc.com (regarding workforce, education, transportation, and etc.)
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Designed to assist small businesses with start-up activities and growth management, the Business Development Center offers assistance programs and access to expertise in financial management, marketing, strategic planning and other business support essentials.
All industrial complex properties are fully managed and maintained. All roads, grass and common areas are maintained by the facility manager.
The Lake City Business Center area is primarily flat to slightly rolling hills.
Lake City Business Center provides gated access with 24 hour security, 7 days per week. Tenants have access at all times.