Prairie Business Development Center
The Prairie Business Development Center is located in the city’s new industrial park and provides facilities for entrepreneurs to launch new service and manufacturing ventures. The building is a 15,000 sq. ft. building which is divided into four sections of various sizes to accommodate start-up/existing industries.
- Located on a 4.14 acres parcel with ample truck/trailer, employee and customer parking
- 18’ ceiling height
- Grade level overhead doors
- Building sprinkler system
- In-floor heat
- Air-conditioned offices
- Affordable lease rates
Individuals may rent any or all available sections of the building. In addition, businesses benefit from access to a support network dedicated to the success of their business.
Prairie Business Development Center property details:
History of the PBDC
The City of Long Prairie was a recipient of a U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant for the construction of an industrial business incubator building (Prairie Business Development Center). In addition to the EDA grant, the city was also presented with a gift from the Klick Foundation for construction of the building. The Klick Foundation was started by Stephen R. Klick as an act of charity and entrepreneurial spirit demonstrated by his mother, Dorothy Klick.
For information on the Southwest Industrial Park or the Prairie Business Development Center please contact the following:
Long Prairie City Hall
615 Lake Street South
Long Prairie, MN 56347
City Hall Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.