Industrial Zoned Land For Sale or Build-to-Suit

Thad Cain Lane Baton Rouge, LA 70809

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Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Aug 22, 2017


  • 9.24 Acres
  • Will Sell All or Part
  • Zoned M1 (Light Industrial)
  • No Wetlands
  • All Utilities Available
  • High and Dry Site
  • Did not Flood in August 2016
  • Excellent Location
  • Quick Interstate Access
  • 647' of Road Frontage


FOR SALE OR BUILD-TO-SUIT - 9.24 acres of vacant land zoned M-1 (light industrial). Site is currently divided into 4 lots, each around 2.31 acres. This is an excellent location in highly desired south Baton Rouge, near the Ascension Parish line. Site has excellent access with over 647’ of frontage on Thad Cain Lane. Site is high and dry with approximately 97% of the property located in Flood Zone X (Site did not flood in August 2016). There are no wetlands on site (approved jurisdictional determination from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is available upon request). Ownership team can offer a build-to-suit for any size project and the site is large enough to accommodate up to 150,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space. Can offer various sized office/warehouses with adjoining lay-down yards if needed. All utilities are available on site.

Located near the Highland Road at Airline Hwy intersection in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.12 of Baton Rouge area top private companies are located within 2 miles with combined revenue of over $8 Billion.

Lot Size: 9.24 acres

Map of Thad Cain Lane, Baton Rouge, LA, 70809


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