Small-town Feel With Urban Amenities

Opportunities for Retail, Restaurants and More

Johnston Town Center Project in Progress

Take a Virtual Tour

Take an aerial tour of Johnston’s most sought-after sites, recent development projects, and newest residences. From growth in resident numbers to new annexed land, there are so many new and exciting opportunities to get involved in for small and large businesses alike.

Want more information?

Look through JEDCO’s 2020 Economic Development Guide for information about the different geographic areas of Johnston and the various projects and opportunities available to get involved in. Plus, hear what experts in the development community recommend for a smooth process.

Commercial Projects

From Johnston Town Center to the Merle Hay Gateway, learn about current commercial projects within the Johnston community. Get an aerial look at project areas through drone video segments, and see what opportunities are available to get involved.

Upcoming Events

We hold three annual events in collaboration with the City of Johnston, which all include an opportunity to learn more about community projects and network with other commercial real estate professionals. Additionally, we hold bi-monthly board meetings, exhibit at trade shows and more. Check out what is coming up next for JEDCO. 

Recent Developments

Johnston Council Advances Two Housing Projects

The Johnston City Council held a public hearing November 18 to address two new housing developments, a senior living facility near Johnston Station and a multi-family housing at 86th Street and 70th Avenue.

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Plans For Community Amenities Move Forward

In the past month the City has continued work on several community amenity projects, including the Trestle Bridge replacement, the Pioneer Parkway Trail and a new water trail access point at Lew Clarkson Park. Here is a brief update on each. Trestle Bridge...

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Turning Your Vision into a Planned Project

A Q&A with Jeff SchugPartner and Transportation Team Leader at McClure Engineering Company At what point in planning for a development project should an engineering firm get involved?Ideally, you want to get an engineering firm involved once you hit the point...

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