TRI HYDRO | WELL DOG | YUM BAWA | ALLSOP | PLENTY | FLEX SPACE | G&F | WYO TECH | TUNGSTEN | BIOLIFE | FREMONT ELECTRIC | HI VIZ
Laramie River Business Park I was a project initiated by LEDC in the mid 1990s. Its success spurred the development of Laramie River Business Park II in the early 2000’s. The projects were both developed utilizing Community Development Block Grants through the State of Wyoming with the City of Laramie as the sponsoring entity. The parks were each designed with lot sizes and covenants to attract larger employers seeking nice facilities. Laramie River I includes the commons area, which is still owned by our entity, which leads down to the Laramie River and provides nearby outdoor access to the employees. The furthering of each project after initial funding was done as lots were sold and developed.
Laramie River Business Park I’s success has included locating Alsop, TriHydro (two buildings), Plenty, and Well Dog. In 2022 an agreement between LCBA and Yumbana, a gluten and allergen-free baked goods company, moved into the last available lot in the park.
Laramie River Business Park II’s successes include Tungsten, Wyoming Game and Fish, Fremont Electric, HiViz (two buildings), BioLife, and is anchored by WyoTech. While driving through the area you may notice a large parcel of land that was a portion of the original park. It is now held by WyoTech and is in active planning and development for their next phase of growth.
Over the 25 plus year history of these projects LCBA has been able to consistently provide opportunities for local businesses and outside businesses to expand or locate to Laramie. When construction on the final lot in the park is complete, Laramie River Business Park I & II should represent over 750 jobs as well as over 800 students attending WyoTech.