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North BrowNsville iNdustrial park 73 acres 2.5, 5 and 10 acre lots available


2013 sNapshot: demographics and labor Force

greater BrowNsville Borderplex

BrowNsville Borderplex demographics n n n n n n

Brownsville 200,000 people

(MSA more than 400,000)

Matamoros, Mexico (across border)

about 800,000

Greater Brownsville Borderplex at 1.2 million

(30-mile radius)

13th largest city in Texas & 151st in the U.S. Matamoros is the 30th largest in Mexico Brownsville - 24th fastest growing city

Labor Force n

157,680 labor force

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26% population growth rate

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10% unemployment

27 yrs., average age

Places to do Business n

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Brownsville ranked No. 8 among Cities of the

Future 2013-14 based on its Foreign Direct Investment strategy by fDi Intelligence

Matamoros, Mexico, ranked No. 9 Cost Effective City for Foreign Direct Investment by

North American Cities of the Future 2011

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Forbes list of Best Places to do Business

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6th fastest growing manufacturing region

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No. 4 in the nation for job growth,

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Region grew from 5 to 14 industrial parks since 2000

by Industry Week Magazine MoodysEconomy.com

2nd Most Bilingual & Bicultural Business City

in the United States

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Ready industrial sites,

including master-planned developments

are doing Companies is region be th in s s e in bus serve best place to e th is it e s ere in cau . they are h .. t e rk a m . are the U.S ecause they b le il v s n w Bro fits making pro et Journal

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locatioN: the epicenter of North america & latin america

texas

BrowNsville

leader in the global economy

about the Brownsville edc

n BEDC’s objective is to lead, facilitate and promote economic development for the BrownsvilleMatamoros Borderplex region. We strive to build economic prosperity, enhance community sustainability and create employment opportunities. n BEDC works with companies, consultants, and economic development officials to develop, enhance, and reinforce our industrial clusters. n To encourage investment, the community provides both domestic and foreign comprehensive incentives packages designed to meet the needs of the companies and/or investors and the community, with special emphasis on Foreign Direct Investment.

economic outlook

n Texas is the largest exporting state in the U.S., 7th year in a row at $192 billion n Texas exports larger share of its output: 15% TX vs 8% US

n Texas port activity grown twice as fast as US in last 10 yrs n17% ot total US tonnage in Texas n Texas ports have 50% of all US foreign imports, exports n Texas has most Fortune 500 HQs of any state (64) n Texas is No. 1 Place for Business, CNBC n Forbes Magazine ranks Texas No. 1 for jobs n Texas Banks are the healthiest in the nation, FDIC Report Bedc contacts:

Jason hilts, President & CEO,

jhilts@bedc.com

gilberto salinas, Executive Vice

President, gsalinas@bedc.com 301 Mexico Boulevard,

Suite F1 (ITEC Campus)

Brownsville, Texas 78521 Office: (956) 541-1183 Toll: (800) 552-5352


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INDUSTRIAL PARKS/ZONES

Brownsville

Matamoros

2. 14th Street Industrial Zone

2. Cylsa Industrial Park

1. Airport Industrial Park

3. 802 Industrial Zone

4. Victoria Lake Industrial Park 5. NAFTA Industrial Park

6. North Brownsville Industrial Park

7. 350 acre development ready site 8. Sidee planned industrial park 9. Planned industrial park

1. FINSA del Norte Industrial Park

NORTH BROWNSVILLE INDUSTRIAL PARK 550

3. Del Lago Industrial Park

TIF CER E CR 73-A

5. FINSA Oriente Industrial Park 6. Alianza Industrial Park

8. Las Ventanas Industrial Park

9. FINSA Poniente Industrial Park

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7. Los Palmares Industrial Park

Home of CK Technologies, LLC

To Port of Brownsville, Brownsville International Airport

4. CIMA Industrial Park

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logistics: transportation infrastructure roads and bridges

n Interstate 69 n SH 550 industrial corridor (I-69 connector

to Port of Brownsville)

n Four international bridge crossings, two

of which are commercial

n Veterans International Bridge offers:

4 lanes for commercial traffic; SENTRI lane

n Industrial overweight corridor into Mexico n 1.5x DOT standards n Connectivity to Mazatlan-Matamoros

Supervia in Mexico, (NAFTA Region)

port of Brownsville n n n n n n n

International deep-water Port 17-mile man made ship channel 42 feet authorized depth Intercoastal waterway Bulk and liquid cargo facilities Docks with rail access Offshore drilling support center

international railroad Bridge

n Only international rail crossing in South Texas n The newly improved international rail bridge

will begin operations in 2013

n Next rail crossing is located 200 miles away

in Laredo

Brownsville south padre island international airport

n Serviced by Continental,

American Airlines; Aeromar and AeroMexico service from Matamoros, Mexico n Serviced by Southwest Airlines (approx. 26 miles distance) n Air cargo service & infrastructure

n U.S. Customs

checkpoint

n 7,400-foot runway n Foreign Trade

Zone No. 62

n Airpark Industrial

Zone


North Brownsville Industrial Park

a developMeNt oF the greater BrowNsville iNceNtives corporatioN

73-acre Master plaN iNdustrial park site descriptioN:

shovel readY certiFied site

n 1/4 mile from sh 550,

n inaugurated in June 2011 n 9 lots remaining

n Minutes from port of Brownsville,

Brownsville international airport i-69 highway, and Mexico n acess to rail n Minutes from Maquiladora industry in Matamoros, Mexico n concrete roads, boulevards, and turnarounds

ck technologies llc building (adjacent to park)

wastewater, natural gas n gas supplied by texas gas service n 4-inch gas line size with 125 lbs

n 73-acre Master plan industrial park

8” looped water line around the

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future extension of i-69 n all utilities in place: electric, water,

w an existing lift station and an 8” sanitary sewer gravity line at ck technologies building

of pressure n water, wastewater, electricity

(adjacent to park)

w capacity at 10 Mgd

supplied by Brownsville public

n Flat topography

n utilities Board

n site is development ready

w 16” water line runs along paredes line road

n shovel ready certified site

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AVAILABLE Lot 7 (5.0 acres)

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AVAILABLE Lot 6 (10.0 acres)

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SOLD 6.2 acres

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Park entrance

AVAILABLE Lot 3 (5.6 acres)

AVAILABLE Lot 4 (5.7 acres) AVAILABLE Lot 5 (6.6 acres) es ed r Pa

1/4 mile to SH550 (I69 Spur) To Port of Brownsville, Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport

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coNtact:

srodriguez@bedc.com

Brownsville Economic Development Council 301 Mexico Blvd. Suite F-1 Brownsville, Texas 78520 p.956.541.1183 / 800.552.5352 f.956.546.3938 www.BEDC.com


North Brownsville Industrial Park