Las Cruces Innovation and Industrial Park
The City of Las Cruces is dedicated to bringing in industries, warehousing and manufacturing businesses that will expand and diversify the local economic base and provide new jobs for the community.
About the Las Cruces Innovation and Industrial Park
The Industrial Park is located on Interstate 10, immediately south of the Las Cruces International Airport. The Park is an excellent location for light industry, general manufacturing, aviation related and technology based industries serving Dona Ana County, El Paso, and the US/Mexico border.
Foreign Trade Zone
A portion of Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Number 197 is within the West Mesa Industrial Park, including 206 acres of public and privately owned parcels. Dona Ana County is the grantee for the FTZ and is prepared to execute agreements designating individual users as operators of the FTZ within their facility. For more information about FTZ Number 197 contact the Dona Ana County Community Development Department by phone at 575-647-7350.
For more information on development-ready parcels, lot sizes, sale pricing, and properties for sale by private owners, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Las Cruces Innovation and Industrial Park Map
Click each blue box for details about the section of land. Use the + - in the upper left to zoom in and out.
Available Incentive Programs
Job Incentive Program (JTIP)
Local Economic Development Act (LEDA)
Gross Receipts Tax Incentive Program (GRIP)
The Value-Added Agriculture district is located south of Interstate 10 in the southeastern portion of the Park. It is intended to accommodate agriculturerelated manufacturing and other processes that enhance the value of basic agricultural commodities. Most of the parcels are larger in size to provide sufficient land for these types of activities.