18 Feb, 2016
Hankins Road—Southeast Twin Falls
This Greenfield site is located on Hankins Road on the southeast side of Twin Falls, just 1/2 mile south of Hwy 30 and less than five miles to I-84.
This is a newly developing industrial area –formerly used for agriculture.
Twin Falls is centrally located in south-central Idaho on I-84 and is a manufacturing center as well as the region’s medical, educational, and retail hub.
In recent years we have diversified our traditional economic base of agriculture and food processing by adding new clusters such as RV manufacturing, light manufacturing, and technical centers.
Recently Twin Falls has added new consumer-branded food processing companies to its industry roster.
Groups like Chobani Yogurt and Clif Bar bakery along with food science to complement the yogurt, cheese, potato, sugar, wheat, and fish processing.
Idaho and the Magic Valley have a well-deserved reputation of welcoming new business and helping existing companies to grow.
46 acre site on west side of Hankins Road – SE Twin Falls
Zoned Heavy Industrial M-2
Municipal water/sewer on southern boundary and along Hankins Rd – east side of site
Power, gas, water/sewer & telecoms along Hankins Rd
Half mile south of Highway 30 (Kimberly Rd) and 10 minutes to I-84 access. Direct route to Highway 93 South
Adjacent to Eastern Idaho Railroad rail spur – north side of site
Five miles to commercial airport – Magic Valley Regional Airport – 3 daily flights to Salt Lake City
Direct freeway route to Boise, Portland, Seattle, Denver, and Salt Lake City
Workforce & Business Costs
Population: Approximately 46,000 within the City, while Twin Falls County has 80,000 residents. The trade area is 200,000.
Low business costs:2% of the national average, making it one of the lowest of the eight Western states.
Workforce: the 6-county region known as Magic Valley has a skilled workforce of more than 90,000 with median wages at $14.500 per hour
Business incentives on top of low taxes, fees, and workers comp rates
Energy costs: 2nd lowest electricity and natural gas costs among the eight Western states.
Education: College of South-ern Idaho excels at providing afford-able technical education to its residents and businesses
For more information on this site, on tax & incentive information or on other business-ready sites & properties within the Southern Idaho and the Magic Valley region contact the professionals at Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization
More Information and Research
To view site selection & incentive information for Southern Idaho use the links below and see for yourself what The Magic Valley can offer your business~
Additional Sites & Properties within the Magic Valley;
Agribusiness / Food & Food Processing;
More Research and Data
Idaho’s Pro-Business programs and initiatives – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzZbebjrBrw
To view a video on living in
Southern Idaho and the Magic Valley
Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization helps diversify and strengthen local economies by supporting business retention, expansion and attraction in the southern Idaho region.
SIEDO supports economic development efforts in:
Twin Falls http://www.tfid.org/
Glenns Ferry http://glennsferryidaho.org/
Twin Falls http://www.twinfallscounty.org/