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Business and Development

Maple Grove is a thriving community in the northwest corner of the Twin Cities metropolitan area - home to more than 1,600 businesses with room to grow.  The city has made its mark with a wide range of retail destinations, but is becoming well-established as a health technology and medical office hub.  Between the years 2010 and 2016, Maple Grove experienced a 16.3% increase in jobs and is expected to add over 11,000 jobs by 2040.  With over 2,500 acres of undeveloped land, Maple Grove is poised for business expansion.     

Great location & transportation access

Its location on five major transportation arteries:  I-94, 694, and 494, and Highways 169 and 610, Maple Grove offers quick, convenient access to all areas of the Twin Cities metro, the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport, St. Cloud, and beyond.  

Succeeding in Health Technology

Home to five of the top 25 largest medical technology companies in Minnesota and the fastest growing private company, Maple Grove is a key player in Medical Alley, known as the world's #1 health tech cluster. 

Healthcare Hub

There are over 160 healthcare related businesses and close to 4,000 healthcare jobs offered in Maple Grove.  Over the past 10 years, there has been over $136 million in healthcare development in the Highway 610 corridor alone.  

Retail destination

Maple Grove is home to more than 5.3 million square feet of retail space, including 24 retail centers, 100 restaurants, and eight hotels.  Maple Grove offers the premier shopping experience at Arbor Lakes: The Fountains, Main Street, and The Shoppes, Minnesota's first "lifestyle center".    

Let us help you

Economic Development staff works to help every business succeed.  City staff is available to assist businesses at every level, from entrepreneurs to CEOs.  Services provided include:  conducting a business retention and expansion program, locating available buildings and land, coordinating meetings with appropriate public and private sector individuals, identifying financing alternatives, free small business consulting via the Open to Business program, and much more.