Natchitoches Parish is development-ready with a focus on adding new, shovel-ready sites to our inventory.

Natchitoches Parish has two (2) Certified Industrial Sites comprising more than 400 acres; a 20 acre Certified Business site (in process); and an identified 210 acre tract under review for Industrial Certification.

LED certification is granted after an extensive application process and exhaustive review. The benefits of certification include official acknowledgement of a site’s suitability and readiness and improved success in the site selection process. The program’s rigorous review process is conducted by an independent, third-party engineering firm.

Industrial Park West, Natchitoches, Louisiana
26 acres

The Natchitoches Business Park III lies just west of the Pilgrims Pride Feed Mill development. Access is from the LA Hwy 1 Bypass by South Industrial Drive. All utility infrastructure is available at the feed mill site and can easily be extended into this tract for the right development.

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48 acres

This site is an LED certified site in the Natchitoches Business Park. In addition to the 48.2 acre certified site, there is a 6 acre buffer zone on the north end of the property site and adjoins a 20 acre available site owned by the City of Natchitoches. There is approximately 16.5 acres located north of Industrial Drive and connects with 31.7 acres located south of Industrial Drive. This property is shovel ready.

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360 acres

This 360ac site was certified as project ready by McCallum Sweeney Consulting as part of CLECO’s SmartSites program in November of 2011. In order to obtain this certification the port had numerous studies/investigations performed including a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment, Wetlands Delineation, Endangered and Threatened Species Study, Archeological/Historical Investigation and a Geotechnical Study among others. This site is currently zoned 1-2, Heavy Industrial and the utility infrastructure has been mapped. The site has over 3,000 feet of frontage on Louisiana Highway 486 and over 4,000 feet of frontage on the Kansas City Southern Railroad and U.S. Highway 71.

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