Not only is the Texas Panhandle abundant with wind as an energy source, but Amarillo has the support structure necessary for companies producing renewable components to prosper.
The Amarillo EDC strives to encourage economic development through job creation and capital investment. The Amarillo EDC has the ability to structure incentive packages to provide the best advantage to grow a company in the Texas Panhandle. Incentives may include but are not limited to cash grants, the purchase of land or buildings, infrastructure development, site development and build-to-suit options.
The Amarillo EDC is currently developing CenterPort, a 340-acre, master-planned and rail-served distribution/industrial park. CenterPort is fully served with municipal utilities as well as rail with service from BNSF Railway. CenterPort also offers a superb location adjacent to Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport with direct access to Interstate 40 (3 miles) and Interstate 27 (8 miles) via State Loop 335, a six-lane arterial. Land in CenterPort has been valued in excess of $20,000 per acre and is conveyable. Ben E. Keith and Pacific Cheese are the latest development activities. I have included a brochure that includes further details on this development.
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