LocationDyer is a town in St. John Township, Lake County, Indiana. The population was 16,390 at the 2010 census. Dyer is roughly 30 miles from downtown Chicago and 12 miles from Chicago's south side. As of 2009, the median income for a household in the town was $93,308. Dyer's primary arterial road is U.S. Route 30/Lincoln Highway, which runs east–west through the town. A 1.3-mile stretch of this route traversing Dyer and Schererville was considered one of the most prominent Seedling Mile projects on the Lincoln Highway when it was constructed in the early 1920s, and came to be known as the highway's "Ideal Section."Lease1-3 divisible acres located directly on US 30 in Dyer, IN. This parcel can be subdivided down to as small as 1 acre. This property is one of the few vacant parcels left in the surrounding area and allows for a many different retail possibilities. This site has a population of +/- 130,000 in a 5 Mile Radius. It is located within 2 miles from the Illinois Border as well as US 30 & US 41. The site has easy ingress and egress from US 30 and excellent traffic counts of more than 36,000 VPD.
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