Business park plans announced
State Sen. Kevin Eltife said he was in awe of plans officially announced Thursday to bring a 1,500-acre industrial park to Gregg County.
"What I love most about it is that it is the private sector and not government doing it," Eltife, R-Tyler, said of River Bend Business Center and Industrial Park. The development is being built near the intersection of Interstate 20 and Texas 31 by a group of private investors led by Kilgore firms Brogoitti Construction and Four S Oil.KLTVNew 1500 Acre Business District
The East Texas area welcomes another multi-faceted business district... and this one is huge!
The Riverbend Business Center and Industrial Park was unveiled in a luncheon today.
Developers say the 1500 acre site is "one of the largest tracts of industrial and commercial property in East Texas". Development is underway with the industrial phase... next is commercial businesses and a 300 acre wildlife preserve.Industrial Park Coming To Longview
A huge business center, industrial park and wildlife preserve is coming to Gregg County. The 1,500 acre River Bend Business Center will be located off FM 1252 near I-20 and Highway 31. The park will include a 175-acre industrial park, a 200-acre business center, and even a 300 acre wetland and wildlife preserve.Gregg County welcomes River Bend Park
River Bend has gained the support of elected officials, business owners, civic leaders, and citizens in general. Many believe River Bend Business Center and Industrial Park can bring the world to East Texas. It will provide new opportunities for employment, increased business for local communities, population growth, and financial growth for the entire East Texas region. River Bend serves as a model for how many communities can work together to help bring greater attention East Texas Region.
Future development of the 1500-acre River Bend Business Center and Industrial Park is planned and will include nearly 400 acres of major distribution and manufacturing.