Centennial Hills Plaza

Two Prime Retail Spaces Available in Casper, WY


  • 6 prime retail/restaurant/office/healthcare units available for lease
  • Each unit encompasses 1,800 sq ft. or up to 7,200 contiguous sq ft.
  • High visibility off Wyo Blvd. with a traffic count of 20,000+ AADT
  • Breathtaking mountain views, located within the heart of Casper’s retail mecca
  • Ample frontage bordering residential, retail and healthcare community
  • Ample parking
  • Approximately 20 min. from Natrona Airport, 7 min. from I-25


Picture Your Business at Centennial Hills Plaza: Unveiling Tomorrow's Success Today

Step into the future of your business as you explore artistic renderings of the dynamic buildings currently under construction at Centennial Hills Plaza. Envision the perfect setting for your enterprise against the backdrop of this modern and bustling retail center. From chic storefronts to inviting outdoor spaces, these vibrant visuals provide a glimpse into the exciting possibilities that await your brand. Immerse yourself in the vision, and let your business become a vibrant part of the thriving community at Centennial Hills Plaza.

Centennial Hills Plaza: Where Your Business Can Thrive in Casper, WY

Discover an unparalleled opportunity at the heart of Casper's vibrant retail and restaurant scene. Centrally located off Wyoming Boulevard in the sought-after Centennial Hills, this brand-new plaza is designed for success. Boasting high visibility with 27,000+ vehicles passing daily, and surrounded by homes with an average annual income exceeding $130,000, Centennial Hills Plaza offers two prime spaces waiting for your vision.

Ideal for businesses seeking patio seating and drive-thru convenience, our 3,600 sq. ft. end cap, complete with a spacious outdoor patio and drive-thru window, awaits the next great restaurant. With nearby schools, a medical facility, and a thriving construction scene, Centennial Hills Plaza is a dynamic hub of opportunity.

Don't miss your chance – contact us today and be part of the thriving success story at Centennial Hills Plaza!


Wyo City: A great place to live, work and play

Casper is centrally located in the heart of Wyoming. As the second largest city in the state with a population of 80,000+, Casper and the surrounding community is a hub for locals from its county Natrona and surrounding towns for medical, shopping, entertainment, events and recreation. The city also serves as an important stop for tourists en route to Yellowstone or other destinations. Casper reflects the image of the Great American West: a community nestled in the foothills of Casper Mountain with the North Platte running through it.

Whether you are looking to relocate your business or start a new one, Casper offers opportunities for success. Named by Forbes magazine as one of the nation's "Top 25 Best Small Places for Businesses,” Casper provides a central location for businesses and manufacturers as well as strategically planned business parks, freight routes, the BNSF Railway Trans-load facility, and Wyoming’s only international airport. Not only does the “Equality State” lack personal income, inventory, corporate, and franchise tax; Wyoming also lacks burdensome regulations and boasts some of the nation’s lowest sales and property tax rates.

Visitors and Casper's locals enjoy great access to outdoor recreation opportunities such as “Blue Ribbon” fishing, a Nordic groomed trails center and an international biathlon course. Downhill skiing, camping, hiking, biking, boating, and hunting are just a few of the many outdoor activities available. Performances, concerts and events are held regularly at the Ford Wyoming Center and downtown outdoor venue David Street Station. Housing in Casper is affordable both for rent and for purchase. School systems offer high-end education, low teacher/child ratios, and diverse school activities for children to participate in.

Casper has successfully leveraged natural and cultural assets, which in turn has contributed to the success of the area’s economy by making a place where people and employers want to live, work and play.

Businesses located in Casper benefit from...

  • Zoned Business Parks
  • Freight routes
  • BNSF Railway and trans-load facility
  • International airport
  • Low property tax rates
  • No corporate or state income tax

Casper’s Economy by the Numbers*

  • Population: 81,305 people (2023)
  • Unemployment rate: 4.2% (2022)
  • Median household income: $65,134 (2019)
  • Median price of a home: $267, 000 (2023)
  • Sales tax: 5%
  • State income tax: 0%
  • Corporate tax: 0%

Casper's Largest Employers

  • Natrona County School District #1
  • Banner Wyoming Medical Center
  • The Industrial Company
  • Key Energy
  • City of Casper
  • Casper College
  • Wyoming Machinery Company
  • Natrona County Government



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