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FRENCHTOWN TECHNOLOGY & INDUSTRIAL CENTER
Frenchtown Technology & Industrial Center is a 3,000-acre brownfield redevelopment site near Missoula, Montana. With rail, land, air and water access, this property is being marketed as a prime location for industrial manufacturers, industrial technology, oil field and oil equipment manufacturers, emerging technologies and other chemical and wood Biomass manufacturing operations.
Part of what makes this property unique is its existing infrastructure. Formerly a Smurfit-Stone pulp and paper mill, the site has more than one million square feet of space suitable for warehousing, industrial manufacturing, office and maintenance operations. It also has a woodyard capable of processing one-million tons of logs per year, electrical service available up to 70 megawatts and water rights up to 25 million gallons per day.
Easily accessible, this site has access to BNSF rail with multiple rail spurs and loading docks, Interstate 90, University of Montana Research Center and is only 7 miles from Missoula International Airport. Additionally, its location is 12 miles west of Missoula on 4 miles of Clark Fork River shoreline. A beautiful property with so much to offer businesses looking to expand or relocate in the Northwest United States.