Do you have a family member, college buddy, or executive friend who is thinking of opening a new location and are looking for a great place to locate. Commercial property owners in Carlisle are offering five thousand dollars as a reward to any person who refers a new business to Carlisle that ultimately builds on participating land. The participating land owners have commercial properties available in two new business parks located at the Highway 5/65 Bypass on the west side of Carlisle.
See details at www.wcedc.com.
It Is an Exciting Time in the Carlisle Area
Carlisle is attractive to many since it is located on 4-lane divided highways in Warren and Polk Counties with direct access to air and rail service. Residents can expect shorter trips than from almost any other suburb in the metro to the Des Moines International Airport, Jordan Creek Mall, Interstates 35 and 80, and most other points of interest in the metro. You can see downtown Des Moines from Carlisle. We’re that close to everything!
Carlisle is expected to be the next area of rapid growth in the Des Moines area. This chart provides a look at what is expected to be amazing growth in the area by 2019.
Residents and families choose to live in and move to Carlisle because of the great quality of life for all ages, the numerous opportunities to get involved and make a difference, and the fun and friendships they find here.
Carlisle has many options for residents to live and businesses to locate or expand. Randleman Ridge and Danamere Farms offer single-family options, and Danamere has multi-family options, too. The Scotch Ridge Business Park and Gateway Business Park offer medium-size and larger development sites for businesses to choose from, and there are options downtown and around the community for retail and commercial as well.
The City of Carlisle, Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce, and Warren County Economic Development are working together to assure that, even with the exciting, expected growth, Carlisle will retain its natural setting and small town charm. To learn more about the opportunities to locate in Carlisle click here.
Greater Carlisle Community Foundation - The purpose of the foundation is to support and encourage programs and organizations that enhance education, community betterment, arts and culture, health, and human services.
Demographics - Demographic break down of the City of Carlisle.
Carlisle Population: 3,951 (2013)
Area: 5.56 square miles
50047 Population: 5,767 (2013)
Carlisle’s population grew 3.2% in the last 5 years,
compared to 2.6% for the State of Iowa.
Under 20 years 28.6%
20 to 39 years 21.6%
40 to 59 years 27.6%
60 to 79 years 18.3%
80 years and over 3.9%
Source: Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc.
To see the 2014 Laborshed Executive Summary click here.
To see available buildings, sites, and business park investments click here.