The City of Shakopee strives to foster a supportive environment for business to attract new employers, retain existing businesses, promote job growth and expand tax base. With access to multiple major transportation arterials and a highly educated and skilled workforce, Shakopee provides a great opportunity for business and residential development.
Whether you are a startup entrepreneur, a growing business or a business looking for a change, we are here to help. Drop us a line, shoot us an email, fill out the form above, or pick up the phone, and we will get back to you quickly!
Local businesses are hiring and ready to help you make a career move.
Scott County Community Development Agency is a local government entity that supports flourishing communities throughout the county. For over 45 years, we’ve supported low to moderate income families build self-sufficiency, advanced opportunities for economic development, and developed options for affordable housing. We believe that when people have access to a good salary and a safe home, everyone wins.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development is the State of Minnesota’s principal economic development agency. Its mission includes supporting the economic success of individuals, businesses, and communities by improving opportunities for growth.
Canterbury Commons is Racing Forward.
Our long-term vision to transform the land adjacent to Canterbury Park Racetrack and Card Casino into an emerging community designed for a modern era by creating a unique places to live, stay, work, and play is under development. With amenity rich housing projects, sleek office complexes and anchor entertainment venue tenants actively under development, Canterbury Commons is the largest development project of its kind currently underway in Greater MSP.
Southbridge Crossing is a 500,000 square foot, open-air regional shopping center located on the south side of Highway 169 at County Road 18. It is considered a prime retail location, with daily drive-by traffic averaging more than 50,000 cars per day. It was developed and is owned by Shakopee Crossings Limited Partnership. Retail tenants include Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Supercuts, Holiday, Discount Tire, Dairy Queen, GNC, Subway, Best Buy, Arby’s, Pier 1, Panera Bread, Sam’s Club, Michael’s, Game Stop and others.
Established in 1987 and headquartered in Shakopee, Greystone Construction is a versatile general contractor and real estate developer serving the commercial, industrial, multifamily, and agribusiness industries across the United States. Together, our team has established a reputation for safety, integrity, and construction excellence.
When it comes to real estate development, the Greystone team offers:
For information on development opportunities, please contact:
Development & Construction Manager