107 acres – GNEDF

Greenfield Site

Norfolk, Nebraska 
107 acres 
Well drained; soil type is sandy and loamy, 2% slope and load bearing capacity generally 2,000–4,000 psi 
*This property qualifies for the New Market Tax Credit 
Present Use
I–3, Limited Industrial Tract 
Nebraska Public Power District; 34.5 kV subtransmission line, 12.5 kV distribution voltage, dual feed available from two substations with one dedicated substation on site 
Natural Gas
Black Hills Energy; 8" main, 100 lbs. pressure, 1.0175 Btu per cu ft (will need to be extended to site) 
Sanitary Sewer
City of Norfolk––12" main, pre–treated system in place, activated sludge treatment plant with sequential batch; rated capacity of 7.1 Mgd; 15.0 Mgd peak demand (will need to be extended to site, high volume use would need to be extended from City) 
CenturyLink; digital central office in Norfolk, four miles from site, served by fiber, T–1, ISDN, PRN/PRI available; both analog and digital tone 
City of Norfolk; 12" main, 70 lbs static pressure, booster pump is required, 600,000 gal. capacity elevated storage (will need to be extended to site, high volume use would need to be extended from the City) 
U.S Hwy. 275 (four–lane) is 4.79 miles from site, Hwy 81 is 1.45 miles from site; Two–lane NE Hwy 24 & 35 serve Norfolk. Interstate 29 is 70 miles east; Interstate 80 is 90 miles south 
Nebraska Central Railroad 
Air Services
Norfolk Regional Airport, 7.14 miles from site – two 5,800' paved and lighted runways and full instrument landing system 
Commercial Air
Sioux Gateway Airport, Sioux City, Iowa––approximately 80 (90 minutes) miles northeast; Omaha Eppley Airfield––approximately 119 miles (120 minutes) southeast 
Greater Norfolk Economic Development Foundation 
10000 per acre 
2011 Tax Rate: $2.181254 per $100 of actual value