Business Parks

Dollar distribution warehouse aerial shot

Room for your Growing Business

Longview is home to two premier business parks, the Longview Business Park and North Business Park. Both are owned and managed by LEDCO. Both parks are easily accessible from major transportation outlets and have access to major interstates, ports and airports. Rail car handling at the parks can be provided by Phoenix Logistics, a local logistic company located approximately 8 miles from each park and serviced by the Union Pacific Railroad.

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Park Infrastructure & Utilities

  • Electricity

  • Water

  • Natural gas

  • Access to high-speed fiber optic internet services


Longview Business Park

Zoned for light industrial use, the Longview Business Park encompasses 475 acres, with 118 of those acres developable. Lot sizes range from 5 to 20 acres. 

The park is easily accessible from north-south and east-west highways. The park entrance is located on US Hwy 259, a north-south artery that connects with major roadways and interstates.

  • One mile north of I-20

  • Three miles south of US Hwy 80

  • Approx. 80 miles south of I-30

Current tenants include the Holt CAT Power Systems Division, the Crosby Group, Tractor Supply Regional Mixing Center, Smurfit Kappa Longview and Aviagen North America.


North Business Park

Zoned for heavy commercial use, North Business Park is comprised of 704 acres, with 419 of those acres developable. Though Ray Creek flows through the park, the creek and its floodway are excluded from developable land. Available lots range from 3 to 88 acres.

The park is bisected by George Richie Rd (FM 2275), a four-lane road that connects the park to US Hwy 259 and US Hwy 300. US Hwy 259 connects to I-20 (10 miles south) and I-30 (70 miles north).

Current tenants at North Business Park include GAP Inc., Scan Tech Instruments, iClass Pro, Dollar General Distribution and Bass Engineering.

East Texas Regional Airport - Airpark

Longview’s East Texas Regional Airport is home to a 300-acre airpark that is designated as a Foreign Trade Zone, allowing flexible handling of domestic and imported merchandise. The airport and airpark are owned and operated by Gregg County. Developmental sites at the airpark are highly suitable for the commercial/industrial sector, providing a favorable climate for aviation-oriented businesses, aviation/aerospace manufacturers and non-aviation commercial/industrial uses.

The airport and airpark are easily accessible from I-20, US Hwys 59, 259, and 80 and Amtrak rail.


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Heather Malone