Crossett Industrial Park
Ashley Rd. 252
Crossett AR, 71635
county
Ashley
Coordinates
Features
Available Acreage
61
Total Acreage
61
Sale Price
20000/Acre
Subdividable
Yes
Property Type
Industrial
General Terrain
The site is 100% cleared and has a slope of less than 2.5 percent.
Within City Limits
Yes
Industrial Park
Yes
Transportation
Interstates
Primary
I-20
Distance (mi)  44.5
Secondary
I-530
Distance (mi)  78.3
Highways
Primary
US-82
Distance (mi)  0.3
Secondary
AR-133
Distance (mi)  0.7
Airports
Primary
South Arkansas Regional at Goodwin Field
Distance (mi)  50.7
Services  Commercial, Freight, Charter
Secondary
Harrell Field
Distance (mi)  58.2
Services  Commercial, Freight, Charter
Railroads
Primary
Fordyce and Princeton Railroad Company
Distance (mi)  0.3
Rail Spur  Yes
Secondary
Arkansas Louisiana and Mississippi Railroad Company
Distance (mi)  3.9
Rail Spur  Yes
Ports/Navigable Water
Primary
Port of Crossett
Distance (mi)  8
Draft  Shallow
Secondary
Port of Yellow Bend
Distance (mi)  54.5
Draft  Shallow
Utilities
Electricity Supplier
Entergy Arkansas
Natural Gas Supplier
CenterPoint Energy
Water Supplier
Municipal
Sewer Supplier
Municipal
Telecommunications Supplier
Windstream
Fiber-Optic Supplier
Windstream
Incentives
Enterprise Zone
Yes
Foreign Trade Zone
No
Comments

The Crossett Industrial Park sits 1 mile east of Crossett. The boundaries of the park are: on the north-the Arkansas Louisiana and Mississippi railroad; on the south-Ashley 252; and on the west-800 acres of forestry land dedicated for industrial development. Current tenants: Ouachita Warehousing and Logistics, Delek Biofuels, and Alvar Resins currently make their home in the Crossett Industrial Park and are served by a rail spur to their facility. Ouachita Warehousing and Logistics offers a full range of custom warehousing and logistic services. Delek Biofuels is produces 15 million gallons of biodiesel annually from a variety of feedstocks. Alvar Resins produces a variety of products for the printing ink and varnish industries. Weyerhaeuser owns over 1,500 acres of land with Ashley 252 splitting the acreage into two tracts. Weyerhaeuser is currently growing Southern Yellow Pine on the land and is aggressively working with the Crossett Economic Development Foundation to market the land and timber for industrial development. Recent developments: In 2015, the Crossett Economic Development Foundation received an EDA grant for infrastructure improvements in the Crossett Industrial Park. This allowed for the extension of water and sewer lines, a new, hard-surfaced access road and a new sewer lift station.


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Mike Smith
Crossett Economic Development Foundation
mike@cityofcrossett.net
o. 870 364-8745
f. 870 364-2358

125 Main Street
Crossett | Arkansas | 71635


Property ID: 61


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