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The Sinclair Tract

St. Bernard Parish, LA: 675 Acres

  • Listing Size

    Available Acreage: 675 Acres
    Max Divisible Available: 675 Acres
    Min Divisible Available: .00 Acres
    Subdividable

  • Property Type

    Industrial

  • Listing Price

    Lease Price: Negotiable

    Sale Price: Negotiable

Location


-89.913483, 29.930168

  • 3911 E St. Bernard Hwy
  • Meraux, LA 70075

Transportation Infrastructure


Primary Airport
New Orleans Louis Armstrong International (Moisant Field)

Commercial, Freight, Charter

20.9 Miles

  • St. Tammany Regional

    Commercial, Freight, Charter

    35.8 Miles

Primary Interstate
I-10

8.1 Miles

  • I-610 9.4 Miles

Primary Highway
LA-39

0.2 Miles

  • LA-46 0.6 Miles

Primary Rail
Norfolk Southern Railroad

0.7 Miles

  • New Orleans Public Belt Railroad 5.3 Miles

Primary Navigable Water
MISSISSIPPI RIVER

Deep

0.3 Miles

  • BAYOU DUPRE

    Shallow

    1.9 Miles

Primary Water Ports
St. Bernard Port, Harbor and Terminal District

Deep

5.1 Miles

  • Port of New Orleans

    Deep

    13 Miles

Data Source

Concept

The proposed concept indicates (1) a 150-acre riverside container terminal, (2) a 127-acre middle Industrial Park, and (3) a rear 398-acre business, research, value-added industrial, and distribution campus. The tract could be buffered from adjacent land uses, and have planned quality growth. Alternative mixed land use concepts are also possible.

Location

The site is located on the Mississippi River (mile marker 85.5) in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. It is in the jurisdiction of the Port of St. Bernard which operates the Chalmette Slip, old Kaiser Aluminum Plant site, and other riverfront assets.

Dimensions & Acreage

The site contains roughly 675 acres of prime land. The site measures about 3,300 feet (.62 miles) in width on the Mississippi River by a depth of average depth of 7,590 linear feet (1.42 miles). The rear boundary line has an irregular shape. Attached is a site map.

Water Access

The site fronts 3,300 linear feet on the Mississippi River. The river provides access to the site for various types of ships and barges. There is a narrow river batture on the western side of the site. The tract drains northward away from the river in the Debouchel Canal to the lateral 20 and 40 Arpent Canals. The 40 Arpent Canal has pumping stations that pump drainage water into the central wetlands of the Lake Borgne Basin.

Railroad Access

A single rail line operated by Norfolk Southern Railroad serves the site. The railroad has a large switching yard in nearby Arabi. Rails exit the Parish through New Orleans.

Highway Access

The site is accessed by E. St. Bernard Highway (a two-lane state road—La. 46) and E. Judge Perez Dr. (a four-lane state road--La. 39). Both of these roads connect to the West to the City of New Orleans, and to the North via Paris Road (a four-lane State Highway—La. 47) and Interstate 310 to Interstate 10. The distance from the site to Interstate 10 is about 10.5 miles. Paris Road also connects to the Algiers area of New Orleans via an automobile river ferry. Also, the State has a long-term plan to construct a major east-west road along the northern boundary of the site.


Existing Conditions

The site is undeveloped. The front portion of the site from the river to E. Judge Perez Dr. is an open pasture; the remaining northern portion is lowland woods.

Zoning

The tract is zoned “Heavy Industrial” or I-2 and is regulated by the St. Bernard Parish Zoning Ordinance. The US Corps of Engineers regulates riverfront permits and area levees.

Immediate Surrounding Land Uses

To the North of the site are thousands of acres of marshland; to the East is the St. Bernard Grove subdivision; to the South is the river levee, batture, and Mississippi River; to the West is the Cypress Gardens subdivision.

Greater Surrounding Environment

To the East of the tract is Violet and lower St. Bernard Parish; and to the West are Meraux, Chalmette, and Arabl. These areas consist of typical suburban residential and commercial uses. Adjacent is New Orleans. Along the St. Bernard Parish riverfront are several major industries and facilities. These include the Domino Sugar Refinery (largest in the USA); Exxon/Mobile Oil Refinery, Exxon Tank Farm, Valero Refinery, Boasso America, Associated Terminals, Rain CII, and Violet Ship Berths. The Violet Canal (to Lake Borgne) is just south the site.

Relationship to Other Port Facilities

Upriver of the site is the Port of St. Bernard and the Port of New Orleans. Downriver is ship harborage for vessels waiting for the signal to proceed to upriver port facilities.

Additional Details


Electricity Entergy
Water Parish
Telecommunications Cox, AT&T
Natural Gas Atmos
Sewer Parish
Fiber-Optic Cox, AT&T
Property ID 5021
Enterprise Zone Yes
Foreign Trade Zone Yes
Industrial Park No
Within City Limits Yes
Cranes
Cranes No
Crane Type n/a

Floyd Gue
Vice President

504-279-6559 Office

Email

The Meraux Foundation
5128 E. St. Bernard Hwy
Violet, LA 70092

Andrew Jacques
Executive Director

504-277-4009 Office
504-277-4065 Fax
504-258-7671 Mobile

Email

St. Bernard EDF
100 Port Blvd. Suite 10
Chalmette, LA 70043

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Concept

The proposed concept indicates (1) a 150-acre riverside container terminal, (2) a 127-acre middle Industrial Park, and (3) a rear 398-acre business, research, value-added industrial, and distribution campus. The tract could be buffered from adjacent land uses, and have planned quality growth. Alternative mixed land use concepts are also possible.

Location

The site is located on the Mississippi River (mile marker 85.5) in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. It is in the jurisdiction of the Port of St. Bernard which operates the Chalmette Slip, old Kaiser Aluminum Plant site, and other riverfront assets.

Dimensions & Acreage

The site contains roughly 675 acres of prime land. The site measures about 3,300 feet (.62 miles) in width on the Mississippi River by a depth of average depth of 7,590 linear feet (1.42 miles). The rear boundary line has an irregular shape. Attached is a site map.

Water Access

The site fronts 3,300 linear feet on the Mississippi River. The river provides access to the site for various types of ships and barges. There is a narrow river batture on the western side of the site. The tract drains northward away from the river in the Debouchel Canal to the lateral 20 and 40 Arpent Canals. The 40 Arpent Canal has pumping stations that pump drainage water into the central wetlands of the Lake Borgne Basin.

Railroad Access

A single rail line operated by Norfolk Southern Railroad serves the site. The railroad has a large switching yard in nearby Arabi. Rails exit the Parish through New Orleans.

Highway Access

The site is accessed by E. St. Bernard Highway (a two-lane state road—La. 46) and E. Judge Perez Dr. (a four-lane state road--La. 39). Both of these roads connect to the West to the City of New Orleans, and to the North via Paris Road (a four-lane State Highway—La. 47) and Interstate 310 to Interstate 10. The distance from the site to Interstate 10 is about 10.5 miles. Paris Road also connects to the Algiers area of New Orleans via an automobile river ferry. Also, the State has a long-term plan to construct a major east-west road along the northern boundary of the site.


Existing Conditions

The site is undeveloped. The front portion of the site from the river to E. Judge Perez Dr. is an open pasture; the remaining northern portion is lowland woods.

Zoning

The tract is zoned “Heavy Industrial” or I-2 and is regulated by the St. Bernard Parish Zoning Ordinance. The US Corps of Engineers regulates riverfront permits and area levees.

Immediate Surrounding Land Uses

To the North of the site are thousands of acres of marshland; to the East is the St. Bernard Grove subdivision; to the South is the river levee, batture, and Mississippi River; to the West is the Cypress Gardens subdivision.

Greater Surrounding Environment

To the East of the tract is Violet and lower St. Bernard Parish; and to the West are Meraux, Chalmette, and Arabl. These areas consist of typical suburban residential and commercial uses. Adjacent is New Orleans. Along the St. Bernard Parish riverfront are several major industries and facilities. These include the Domino Sugar Refinery (largest in the USA); Exxon/Mobile Oil Refinery, Exxon Tank Farm, Valero Refinery, Boasso America, Associated Terminals, Rain CII, and Violet Ship Berths. The Violet Canal (to Lake Borgne) is just south the site.

Relationship to Other Port Facilities

Upriver of the site is the Port of St. Bernard and the Port of New Orleans. Downriver is ship harborage for vessels waiting for the signal to proceed to upriver port facilities.
675 Acres
Contiguous Available:

Subdividable: Yes
Max Divisible Available: 675 Acres
Min Divisible Available: .00 Acres

Listing Price

Sale Price
Negotiable

Lease Price
Negotiable

Property Type

  • Industrial

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Transportation Infrastructure

  • 3911 E St. Bernard Hwy
  • Meraux, Louisiana 70075

Airports

  • Primary:
    New Orleans Louis Armstrong International (Moisant Field)

    20.9 Miles

  • Additional:
    St. Tammany Regional

    35.8 Miles

Interstates

  • Primary:
    I-10

    8.1 Miles

  • Additional:
    I-610

    9.4 Miles

U.S. Highways

  • Primary:
    LA-39

    0.2 Miles

  • Additional:
    LA-46

    0.6 Miles

Rail

  • Primary:
    Norfolk Southern Railroad

    0.7 Miles

  • Additional:
    New Orleans Public Belt Railroad

    5.3 Miles

Navigable Water

  • Primary:
    MISSISSIPPI RIVER

    MISSISSIPPI RIVER Miles

  • Additional:
    BAYOU DUPRE

    1.9 Miles

Ports

  • Primary:
    St. Bernard Port, Harbor and Terminal District

    5.1 Miles

  • Additional:
    Port of New Orleans

    13 Miles

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Property Details

Fire Protection

Cranes

Has Cranes: No
Crane Type: n/a

Utilities

Electricity

Provider: Entergy

Water

Provider: Parish

Telecommunications

Provider: Cox, AT&T

Natural Gas

Provider: Atmos

Sewer

Provider: Parish

Fiber-Optic

Provider: Cox, AT&T


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More Information

Property Id: 5021 Industrial Park: No
Enterprise Zone: Yes Within City Limits: Yes
Foreign Trade Zone: Yes

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Floyd Gue
Vice President
floydgue@gmail.com

Office: 504-279-6559
Mobile:
Fax:

The Meraux Foundation
5128 E. St. Bernard Hwy
Violet, LA 70092

Andrew Jacques
Executive Director
ajacques@sbedf.org

Office: 504-277-4009
Mobile: 504-258-7671
Fax: 504-277-4065

St. Bernard EDF
100 Port Blvd. Suite 10
Chalmette, LA 70043

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