Expressway Business Park in Mission, Texas is paving the way for organizations to establish strong roots in the Rio Grande Valley. Founded in the 1990’s, our city’s South Texas industrial parks provide a dedicated space for large-scale businesses to reap the benefits of a prime location with endless opportunity for growth.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about South Texas industrial parks.
Q: When were Mission industrial parks founded?
A: Mission’s industrial parks were established in the early 1990’s by members of the Mission city council.
Q: Where is Expressway Business Park located?
A: Mission’s Expressway industrial park is located at 901 Business Park Dr. Ste 200 in Mission, Texas, less than 15 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border.
Q: What was the first business to occupy Mission Expressway Business Park?
A: Frito Lay was the first business to occupy space in Mission’s Expressway Park.
Q: How big is Expressway Industrial Park?
A: Mission’s Expressway Industrial Park spans 170 acres of industrial-zoned land.
Q: What type of industries are allowed to occupy Mission’s industrial parks?
A: Industrial parks are beneficial for a variety of industries, including logistics, transportation, medical, technology, warehousing and food distribution, to name a few.
Q: What type of park is Mission’s Expressway Industrial Park?
A: Expressway Park is a “Class A” industrial park.
Q: What are the benefits of Rio Grande Valley industrial parks?
A: Some benefits of occupancy within the Expressway industrial park include easy access to an overweight corridor, reliable energy with a dedicated AEP substation, and ample water capacity through the city’s water system.
Q: Is there space available at Expressway Business Park?
A: Yes! There are acres still available within our industrial park. Contact the Mission Economic Development Corporation for more information.