Superior adds 33 acres to Kottmeyer Business Park

Superior City Council

 

January 13, 2022

The original Champlin brick warehouse and office building along with a later metal addition are dock high. Though unused for about 30 years, it appears they potentially could be repaired and reused. This week they became spec buildings located in the Kottmeyer Business Park at the east edge of Superior.

Action formalized this week by the Superior City Council more than doubled the size of the Kottmeyer Business Park.

While meeting Monday evening, the five council members present voted unanimously without discussion to pay $3,000 an acre for the land at the east edge of Superior that was previously used as a petroleum tank farm and terminal. The land adjoins the northern edge of the Kottmeyer Business Park and has much of the infastructure in place for development.

The water main delivering water from the city's well field to the community runs along the north side of the property. A qual...



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