Former International Paper Mill Site
The former International paper mill site has 111 acres remaining for redevelopment. Situated near other industry and business centers the site is zoned heavy Industrial with extensive rail infrastructure in place to access Union Pacific at Collinston and Kansas City Southern in Monroe. AL & M operates a rail yard adjacent to the site and provides excellent rail services for access. Companies can access deep water ports are from Bastrop through strong rail connections. Transportations is key for this sites as it is situated with convenient access points to US Hwy 165 and US Hwy 424, Two warehouse Buildings remain on this site including a 30,084 square foot insulated and heated building and a 2456 Square foot building. Some concrete roads and docks were left in place during revitalization of the property. Currently priced for sale at $2,850,000 but owner may consider dividing to accommodate a variety of industrial and business developments.
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9100 Industrial Drive, Bastrop LA
City owned building with 10,000 sq. ft. and fenced yard. Located in
Coulter Industrial Park. Zoned Light Industrial. Remolded in 2004 for
manufacture of Class II medical devices. Need a little TLC and a
BUSINESS. Bring your idea!
Industrial and Business Park acreage also available.
Contact: Kay King, Morehouse Economic Development Corporation,
318-283-4000 office or 318-355-0019
9040 Industrial Dr. Bastrop LA 71220 (Richardson Building)
Great Industrial Park location with separate office building. Newly remodeled 2044 sq. ft office and 11,250 sq. ft. shop with 35' ceiling and 2 large sliding doors for drive through capability. 800 amp 480 volt electrical service with multiple 208 panels.
Contact Ryan Richardson 318-345-3450 office or 870-500-5715 mobile.
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