Facts & Info
Location - Location - Location
- Serviced by two interstate highways - I-35W and I-35E
- Fifteen minutes from both international airports
- Fifteen minutes from both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, and the University of Minnesota
- 93% of businesses rate Burnsville's business climate as Good or Excellent
- The State of Minnesota has recognized Burnsville's efforts to grow technology industries by naming the City a Bioscience Zone
Burnsville is served by three independent school districts that are rated in the upper 20 percent of the state. There are also multiple post-secondary options to provide degree courses and customized training. Nearly 50 percent of residents have post-secondary degrees.
Career Pathways & STEM Magnet Schools in Burnsville
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 has established career pathways for students interested in:
- Design, engineering & manufacturing
- Heath sciences
- Business management & entrepreneurship
- Global communications, information systems & arts
The district also offers a Junior High School and Elementary "magnet school" based on instruction in science, technology, engineering and math.
Technology Education and Training
Burnsville has partnerships with multiple institutions that offer customized training and credit courses:
- Concordia University - St. Paul
- Dakota County Technical College
- Dunwoody Technical College
- Inver Hills Community College
- Metropolitan State University
- National American University
- Normandale Community College
- St. Mary's University of Minnesota
- University of Minnesota
- University of St. Thomas
"Hoyt Properties has developed over 10 million square feet of office and industrial properties throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metropolitan area. We feel fortunate to have developed property in Burnsville, Minnesota. As opposed to other cities that have almost made the rules up as we went through the development process, the city of Burnsville has always been a great city to work in. Burnsville is very pro-development. The city has very high development standards which have resulted in a high quality building landscape. We wish more cities were like Burnsville!"
Gary W. Lally
Senior Vice President of Development
Hoyt Properties, Inc.
"Moving Permac to Burnsville in 1998 was the best decision we ever made as a business. We feel a sense of belonging and believe that the Burnsville community really wants our company here. They will listen and do what it takes to work through any issues or concerns we may have. Everyone is very friendly and works to make it easy for us to do business!"
"RT Dygert International needed to make room for expanded services, equipment and technologies. The company needed a location that had a warehouse and space for a call center, sensitive high tech inspection equipment, and research and testing. It also sought international airport access, excellent community resources and the comfort and convenience that the best employees in the business deserve. We found that in Burnsville, Minnesota."
RT Dygert International
"Business Card Service, Inc. (BCSI) first moved to Burnsville in the spring of 1978. Since that time we have grown over 20 fold in sales. Today, BCSI provides corporate stationery for over 17% of the Fortune Companies. To accommodate this growth we have moved 3 times, and built our last two buildings, all here in the wonderful city of Burnsville.
During these 28 years Burnsville has seen a lot of growth in new development and re-development. I can say with confidence Burnsville is a "Pro-Business" community. The city gets input from stake holders on many policy decisions.
BCSI has hired people graduating form Burnsville High School as well as two local community colleges, the nearby vocational college and many of the local colleges."
Business Card Service, Inc.
"Bianco Properties is excited to be entering the Burnsville/Minneapolis market and are looking forward to growing our real estate holdings throughout the region. This property is a great entry for us. It is located in a prime retail trade area near Burnsville Center Mall, Target and Costco, with access to Interstate 35."
Dan Wolk, Senior Vice Presidnet
Bianco Properteis, St. Louis
Regarding the purchase of the Kohl's building