The opportunity in Wyoming stretches as far as you can see.
Opportunity Casper is dedicated to linking investors with investable assets in Wyoming’s Opportunity Zones. Wyoming offers 25 census tracks across the state chosen by Governor Mead to develop infrastructure that serves as the foundation for growth, strengthening each community, and generating real returns while improving economic vitality and supporting diversification. Wyoming’s favorable tax climate has attracted nationwide investors for many years and, with the creation of Opportunity Zones, is guaranteed to entice more capital to the state.
Casper's four opportunity zones
The newly defined zones in Casper carry additional economic benefits because of their location and diversity for investment or development. Revitalization of Casper’s downtown has never been more prominent. Over the last few years there have been several transformations attracting local residents and visitors to the Casper area for work, shopping and recreational activities, certain to attract even more capital for diversification and regeneration in the area. If downtown revitalization is not in your wheelhouse, the Opportunity Zones in Casper also offer river front property along with industrial areas.
Casper's opportunity zones by the numbersCasper’s Opportunity Zones along the North Platte River comprise an area to be developed into businesses, restaurants and quality of life unmatched in other Zones around the country. This development will attract more businesses along with quality jobs for those living within a short distance of this area, providing them with jobs closer to home. Learn more
Why do business in Wyoming?
Foreign Trade Zone No. 157
The Casper/Natrona County International Airport has an active Foreign-Trade Zone which was just approved for an alternative site framework that extends the FTZ a 60-mile radius from the airport.
Wyoming boasts many advantages to businesses and individuals. The lack of taxes is a major bonus:
Livability – Enjoy Life
The natural and man-made assets of the Casper Region provide superior quality of life options for all ages, and the education community offers lifelong learning options for employees, spouses, and children. Investments by the state and local public and private sector partners have provided ample technological capability including high-speed bandwidth and redundant communications capacity and pathways.
Access to several larger metropolitan communities is within a six-hour drive including Salt Lake City, Denver, Billings, and Rapid City. The international airport has direct flights to Denver and Salt Lake daily which makes it even faster to travel anywhere in the country or beyond.
The downtown is more vibrant and modern than ever with David Street Station and several new or remodeled restaurants, bars and art galleries that really give it more of a big city feel.
To learn more about things to do in Casper contact Visit Casper.
Around Casper's opportunity zones
Whether your explorations take you on a scenic drive up iconic Casper Mountain, wrangling monster brown trout from the North Platte River, or hiking beneath the wide-open skies at Fremont Canyon, in Casper you can easily and affordably find any adventure to match your lifestyle. Festivals, rodeos and events throughout the year will effortlessly keep you and your loved ones entertained.
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