Industrial parks in Mission foster the economic development of the city
By Anayancy Ulloa
September 27, 2022
Industrial parks like Mission, Texas Expressway Business Park and Sharyland Business Park provide excellent economic opportunity for city residents by creating new jobs; Industrial parks are just one of the ways Mission EDC stimulates the city's economic growth.
WHY AT MISSION?
Powered by the Mission Economic Development Corporation, the Expressway Business Park is committed to providing high quality services and solutions for the operational needs of its members.
In addition, the advantages of location, ample space in infrastructure, the corridor for overweight transportation and the reliable energy service, make it unique.
• Convenient location
Since this industrial park is located near the US-Mexico border; this makes it ideal for conducting international business.
• Ample building space
Expressway Business Park encompasses 170 acres of industrial land and with the Kiliam development currently underway, there is opportunity for expansion.
• Overweight runner
Expressway Business Park has easy access to an overweight corridor for corporate convenience.
• Reliable energy services
This industrial park has an AEP substation that provides reliable energy services to support the operations of the installed companies.
• Industrial water capacity
The Mission Expressway Business Park provides reliable water services through the City of Mission water system.
On the other hand, and continuing with the advantage of the location of the Mission industrial parks; Sharyland Business Park, which only opened in May 2022, is located off the Anzalduas International Bridge on the border between Mission and Reynosa.
Spanning 175 acres, this development will attract manufacturing, logistics and distribution facilities and create hundreds of new jobs in a growing area along the Anzalduas International Bridge.
The development was made possible by a historic public-private
partnership between Killam Development, the City of Mission, Hidalgo County,
the Mission Economic Development Corporation, and the United States Economic