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Shreveport serves as the economic driver of the region and is commonly called the Capital of the Ark-La-Tex. It is the third largest city in Louisiana, leading the community in progressive growth and development. Shreveport is the seat of Caddo Parish and serves as the financial, medical, commercial, industrial and governmental hub of the area. Shreveport’s centralized geographic location, near one of the fastest growing MSAs in the United States (Dallas) and situated at the crossroads of three major interstate highways: I-20, I-49, and I-220, make it an ideal commercial distribution hub in the United States. The City of Shreveport, Caddo Parish, North Louisiana Economic Partnership (NLEP) and Louisiana Economic Development (LED) are supportive of businesses and willing to engage companies looking for incentives.
Shreveport Business Park (7600 Antoine Blvd, Shreveport, LA) is comprised of three buildings totaling nearly 3.5 Million sq. ft. near the Texas and Arkansas state borders, and the Caddo – Bossier Port. The site is just minutes from Dallas, one of the fastest growing MSAs in the country. It is well-positioned for accessibility via multiple interstates and throughways.
The plant includes 530 acres located in southwestern Shreveport, with access to heavy power and active, Union Pacific Railroad spurs. Waste water treatment, heating, steam generation, bulk-fluid transfer and conditioned air can be supplied by Shreveport Business Park’s powerhouse.
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