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Lindale Industrial Park

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The Lindale Industrial Park is fully served with utilities and ready for development - land is available ranging in size from 2 to 25 acres  

  • Excellent Location: The property is strategically located at the SW corner of Interstate 20 and Harvey Road (County Road 433) in Lindale, Texas. It's also about a half mile from the intersection of Toll/Loop 49 at Interstate 20 which decreases travel time north to US 69 just north of Lindale, south of Mineola, as well as south to the Regional Airport and south Tyler.   
  • Ownership: The Lindale Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) owns the Industrial Park and completed construction in early 2012 after a three-year construction period.
  • Industries:  Manufacturing, distribution, assembly, and similar uses
  • Target Corporation researched Lindale and found it offers an excellent location and transportation network unique to the Lone Star State. The corporation built a 1.6 million SF distribution center adjacent to the Lindale Industrial Park, which distributes product to 100+ Target stores across East Texas, and parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
  • FedEx Ground built a distribution center on Industrial Parkway in the Lindale Industrial Park.  The facility is more than 163,000 square feet and consolidated two existing facilities nearby.  FedEx transferred many positions from the nearby facilities and adds to the workforce as necessary to support increased demand for service in the area.  The site was chosen by FedEx because of its ease of access to major highways, its proximity to customer's distribution centers and a strong local community workforce for recruiting employees.  The Lindale facility is part of a nationwide network expansion to boost daily package volume capacity and further enhance the speed and service capabilities of the FedEx Ground network.
  • Sanderson Farms  constructed a 72,000 SF facility on 17.5 acres to house their Administrative Office and Hatchery in this Park.  Construction was complete in the fall of 2018 and the company has approximately 100 full-time employees at this location.  The feed mill is located north of Lindale, in Mineola, and the processing plant is located east of Lindale, in Winona.
  • Air service: The Lindale Industrial Park is a short 15-minute drive via the Loop/Toll 49 highway, from the Tyler Pounds Regional Airport which provides passenger and air cargo services for the region.  Four other airports are a 90-minute or less drive from Lindale:  Dallas Love Field (served by Southwest Airlines), East Texas Regional Airport just south of Longview, Shreveport Regional Airport, and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
  • Amenities: This picturesque Industrial Park is situated less than 1 mile from popular amenities such as restaurants, gas stations, hotels, retail and commercial stores.

Lindale Industrial Park Topo

Lindale Industrial Park Covenants

Lindale Industrial Park Phase 1 Environmental

Lindale Industrial Park Geotech Report

Lindale Industrial Park Wetland Delineation Report

Lindale Industrial Park Archaeological and Historical Report

Lindale Industrial Park Survey


  • Street: 40-foot concrete road serves all parcels
  • Water: 12-inch and 8-inch water lines serve all parcels in the park with water from City of Lindale utilities
  • Wastewater: 8-inch wastewater line serves all parcels in the park with City of Lindale utilities
  • Electric: 3-Phase electric service to most sites (Oncor Distribution)
  • Natural Gas: a 4-inch natural gas line serves the park - Centerpoint Energy
  • Additional services:  storm drain, street lights, entry monument sign

Lindale Business Park

The Lindale Business Park, 137 acres, is located across the Interstate from the Industrial Park, on the NW corner of the intersection of Interstate 20 and Harvey Road (County Road 433), and features approximately 740 feet of Interstate 20 frontage.  This visible lcoation is located inside the City Limits and zoned for commercial development which makes it suitable for businesses such as hotels, restaurants, retai, and commercial establishments.  With superb accessibility and visibility, a travel center would do well at this site - the interstate overpass at this intersection was designed for the 18-wheelers that work in and out of the Target Distribution Center, FedEx Ground, and Sanderson Farms facilities.  The Business Park is not yet developed with infrastructure; however, a Master Plan and engineering plans are underway.  For more information, contact Susan Gill, 903-882-5332. 

Lindale Business Park Conceptual Plan

Lindale Business Park Topo

Lindale Business Park Geotech Report

Lindale Business Park Wetland Delineation Report