Greenpointe Industrial Park

Stokes King Road

Greenville, Mississippi 38701


Located 2 miles from Greenville, Mississippi, Greenpointe Industrial Park is approximately 800 shovel-ready acres. Zoned Heavy Industrial, the site bolsters multiple transportation capabilities for efficient shipping and receiving.



800 Total Acres

Property Type

Heavy Industrial


Privately Owned, Under Option.

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Site Information

  • Total Acres: 800
  • Total Available: 248
  • Ownership: Privately Owned, Under Option
  • Zoning: Heavy Industrial
  • Previous Use: Row Crop/Agrigulture
  • Topography: Flat
  • Flood Plain: No
  • Reports & Surveys Available: Phase 1 Environmental
  • Advantages: GAP Incentive Zone; 100% Tax Exemption on Sales Tax for Natural Gas and Electric Power used in Manufacturing Process; New Market Tax Credit Eligible


  • Interstate Name: I-55 (80 miles)
  • Highway Name: MS Hwy 1 (< 1/2 mile); US Hwy 82/278 (3 miles)
  • Airports: Greenville Mid-Delta Airport ((GLH) 7 miles); Jackson - Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport ((JAN) 130 miles); Memphis International Airport ((MEM) 155 miles)
  • Port: Port of Greenville (7 miles)
  • Rail: 1/2 mile to existing Columbus and Greenville (Class III) rail service; rail can be extended to the site.


  • Electric Provider: Cooperative Energy/Twin County Electric Power Association
  • Transmission Voltage: 230kV
  • Distance to Nearest Substation: Adjacent
  • Electric Capacity (without upgrades): 17MW
  • Natural Gas Provider: Atmos Energy
  • Gas Main Size: 4 inch
  • Gas Pressure: 124 psi
  • Note: Two 24" natural gas transmission lines run along the eastern edge of the park. A 13" transmission line is located on the opposite side of US Hwy 82. Transport gas can be made available.
  • Water Provider: City of Greenville
  • Water Main Size: 12 inch (an elevated water storage tank is also on-site)
  • Sewer Provider: City of Greenville
  • Sewer Main Size: 12 inch
  • Telecommunications Provider: AT&T (fiber is available)


Will Coppage
Washington County Economic Alliance

Mitch Stringer
Cooperative Energy