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TexAmericas Center Breaks Ground on Spec Industrial

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TexAmericas Center (TAC) broke ground on a new speculative building to support future tenants relocating to, or growing in, the Texarkana region. The 150,000-square-foot building on 24 acres will be ready for new tenants in the summer of 2021 and is the first new building in the industrial park in 15 years.

TAC leaders worked with other community economic development professionals to plan the building. It’s designed as a multi-tenant, mixed-use facility with 32-foot clear height ceilings, one dock door per 5,000 square feet, and two drive-in doors. 

“The spec building is yet another example of our flexibility and adaptability to meet unique business needs,” said Eric Voyles, chief economic development officer with TAC. “When a potential business wants to locate here, we help manage upfront investment and become their partners. They can feel confident in taking that next step because we have skin in the game, too.” 

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