Available commercial real estate properties
Businesses and industries choose the Port of Lake Charles in Louisiana for advantages that range from cost advantages to the convenient, well-maintained access to world-class transportation infrastructure.
The Port leases hundreds of acres of property along and near the Calcasieu Ship Channel for development opportunities involving cargo storage and export, industrial services, petrochemical components and global-scale export of liquefied natural gas. The port district’s available commercial real estate properties are within Foreign Trade Zone 87, providing valuable operating-cost savings.
Multiple businesses and industries have made properties in the port district their site of choice. That’s one reason why the Calcasieu Ship Channel drives $39 billion of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP), according to the 2021 study “The Economic Impacts of the Calcasieu Ship Channel,” conducted by Martin Associates and commissioned by Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District.
Lakes Charles is a global port of choice for breakbulk, bulk and specialty project cargo, ranging from International lumber shipments to global industrial needs. It’s also “America’s Energy Corridor,” serving as the No. 1 LNG export area of the world. The Port district encompasses 203 square miles and offers dependable, efficient solutions for shippers worldwide with its City Docks, BT-1, BT-4, Industrial Canal property and property in Industrial Park East.
Let’s talk about how your business can locate, operate and succeed within the Port of Lake Charles’s premium, low-cost logistics chain of its ship channel and intermodal connections. For more information on any of these properties, contact Cargo and Trade Development Director Therrance Chretien at (337) 493-3579 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Industrial Park East — Tract 175
Industrial Park East (Track 175) is comprised of 359 available acres of property owned by the Lake Charles Harbor & Terminal District, located at 1101 James Sudduth Parkway in Lake Charles.
It is suitable for a distribution center and is zoned Heavy Industrial/Manufacturing.
The site has rail and truck accessibility and is conveniently located near Interstate 10 and U.S. highways 165, 171 and 90.
It is located in Flood Zone A. Infrastructure is in place and utilities are on site.