Investment Opportunity Knocks in Oxford Junction

Nestled in the quiet southeastern corner of Jones County, the City of Oxford Junction is an easy gem to overlook. It’s a small rural community with high hopes for the future. And this is your time to get in on the ground floor of moving forward with Oxford Junction into the future!
The City of Oxford Junction is looking for an entrepreneurial spirit, ready to invest in a downtown property and hit the ground running. The City currently has a mixed-use two-story building available for someone with a can-do attitude and investment capital looking for a home. The building is being rehabilitated by the City, thanks in part to a $100,000 grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority’s Community Catalyst program. And with YOUR investment, you can lay claim to this great property the moment the project is done!
With commercial space of approximately 900 sq. ft. on the first floor, this building would be great for a retail business to move in and add to the full service nature of the town. Oxford Junction sports a bank, local grocery store, library, museum, community center, Pre-k through 5th grade elementary, and much more. A well-placed retail endeavor would make a great business venture in this community.
Additionally, there would be living quarters above the commercial space. This would be great for owner-occupied living quarters or even renting it out. With the local school system, new teachers can find it hard to find a desirable place to live. But with the completion of this project, this space will be one of the best in the community. And you wouldn’t have to limit your search for perfect tenants to just the school either. With Oxford Junction ideally situated between major metro areas like Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Iowa City, and Davenport, there are plenty of commuter options as well.
Intrigued, but not sure you want to make a blind offer? Then come see the building for yourself! If this opportunity sounds like the signal you have been waiting for, reach out now! You can contact Mayor Merle Tank at 563-889-1612 or 563-826-2068 to get more details or make an offer for the City to consider. But don’t want too long because an opportunity like this won’t knock forever!