San Patricio has plenty of space for your industrial projects and expansions in the Corpus Christi area. Below are highlighted sites that are currently available along with more on our property page.
The Mathis EDC property is a 120-acre rectangular property along Hwy. 359 and Montana St. This property is within the City of Mathis and is zoned industrial. All utilities including the possibility of water and sewer through the City of Mathis are near the site. All buildings will need to conform to City of Mathis building code. There are no flood zone restricted areas on this property. A Phase 1 ESA, ALTA survey and title examination have recently been conducted and are available upon request.
The Cheniere property is a shovel ready industrial site totaling 552 acres on Highway 1069 in Ingleside. The site has 2,470 feet of water frontage along the La Quinta Channel, a branch of the main passageway from the Port of Corpus Christi to the Gulf of Mexico. The draft for the La Quinta channel is 45 feet and is scheduled to be deepened in the next few years. Currently the channel can accommodate Panamex-type ships. Utility providers include American Electric Power (AEP) for electricity and CenterPoint Energy for natural gas. Water and wastewater utilities are provided by the City of Ingleside. Existing Corps of Engineers approved liquid dock permit for the site. One of the few remaining deep-water sites on the Gulf of Mexico.
The Floerke property is a 740-acre rectangular property along Highway 181 and County Road 3667 in San Patricio County. The site is directly adjacent to Exxon/Sabic’s new $10B plastics manufacturing facility. The property has direct rail access with the Union Pacific main line running on the northeast boundary in between the site and Highway 181. All utilities are readily available to the site. The site is free of flood zone restrictions. A recent Phase 1 ESA and Geotech study were conducted on this property and is available upon request.
The McKamey site is a 1,000 acre plus property along Highway 181 in San Patricio County. The site consists of two pieces of property which have been in farm production. This site is directly across Hwy. 181 from the Exxon /SABIC new $10 billion plastics facility. Utilities including water and electrical power are near the site. The site has no flood zone restrictions. A Phase 1 ESA and a geo-technical report have been recently conducted and are available upon request.
The Locke & Key Property in Taft, TX is a 1200-acre rectangular property along Highway 181 and Farm to Market Road 631. Hwy 181 is a four-lane highway and is on the southern border of this site. There are two roads that border the remaining perimeter of the property, which is plenty large enough to rotate trucks in and out of the facility. All utilities are in close proximity to the site.
The Blue Bay site is a 1400-acre site in a roughly rectangular shape along Highway 35 and County Road 3865 in San Patricio county. A Union Pacific main rail line is approximately a half mile from the site and a spur can be easily constructed to the property. Utilities including water and electrical power are near the site. A Phase 1 ESA and Geotech study have both been recently conducted and are available upon request.