Willmar Industrial Park

Willmar City Council gives Nexyst 360 early access to 137 acres of Industrial Park land

April 18, 2022

Willmar City Council gives Nexyst 360 early access to 137 acres of Industrial Park land
The Willmar City Council approved an early access agreement with Nexyst 360, an agricultural distribution company that wants to purchase 137 acres in the Willmar Industrial Park. The agreement would allow Nexyst 360 to begin developer activities such as surveys, environmental assessments and soil investigations prior to any land sale being completed. Nexyst 360 is interested in purchasing more than 130 acres on the western side of the Willmar Industrial Park. The Willmar City Council on Monday,

Major Developments/Distribution center, housing projects possible in Willmar

April 10, 2021

Major Developments/Distribution center, housing projects possible in Willmar
WILLMAR—While specifics were slim, Aaron Backman, Kandiyohi County and City of Willmar Economic Development Commission executive director, gave some intriguing hints Thursday about possible major economic development projects that could be headed to Willmar. The biggest is a large distribution center project for an undisclosed end user. Back in 2018-2019, a logistics company came close to building a project in Willmar, but it was canceled in early 2019. “This one is bigger and better,”

Large Willmar Industrial Park development has been put on hold

February 14, 2019

Large Willmar Industrial Park development has been put on hold
WILLMAR—The logistics company that had been planning on building a large facility in the Willmar Industrial Park has slammed the brakes on the project. Aaron Backman, Kandiyohi County and City of Willmar Economic Development Commission director, and Sarah Swedburg, interim Willmar Planning and Development Services director, announced the news at Thursday’s EDC joint operations board meeting. “They have decided to hold off on the closing of the land,” Backman said. The company was to purchase

Willmar sells land for package sorting, distribution facility

November 20, 2018

Willmar sells land for package sorting, distribution facility
WILLMAR — A purchase agreement for 14.46 acres of land in the Willmar Industrial Park has been signed between the city of Willmar and JDC Property Group LLC. JDC is purchasing the land and constructing a package sorting and distribution facility for logistics company that so far has not been named publicly. The sale price for the land was $650,000. The site is located between Trott Avenue and Willmar Avenue Southwest on the west side of Kandiyohi County Road 5. “This is a nice project,

Willmar sells land for package sorting, distribution facility

November 15, 2018

Willmar sells land for package sorting, distribution facility
WILLMAR—A purchase agreement for 14.46 acres of land in the Willmar Industrial Park has been signed between the city of Willmar and JDC Property Group LLC. JDC is purchasing the land and constructing a package sorting and distribution facility for logistics company that so far has not been named publicly. The sale price for the land was $650,000. The site is located between Trott Avenue and Willmar Avenue Southwest on the west side of Kandiyohi County Road 5. “This is a nice project, we are

Rezoning in Willmar Industrial Park could bring increased day care spots

November 12, 2018

Rezoning in Willmar Industrial Park could bring increased day care spots
WILLMAR — The Willmar Planning Commission and Willmar City Council have paved the way for a possible commercial day care center to open in the Willmar Industrial Park. “This has really developed into an issue. Daycare, which is the proposed use of the Peart property, has really grown in interest in this community. Everybody knows there is a large gap in our ability to provide for day care services,” said Willmar Planning and Development Services Director Bruce Peterson, at

Magnum grows as economy does

January 23, 2018

Magnum grows as economy does
WILLMAR—Over the past several years Fargo, North Dakota-based Magnum, which has had a trucking terminal in Willmar for 15 years, has seen a steady uptick in its local business. As the economy has improved, the number of companies needing shipping assistance has grown. Magnum’s business has increased so much that its building needed to grow along with it. “We’ve grown from six routes a day to 13,” said Kerry Kummrow, Willmar terminal manager. “There was a need for more
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