Texas Border Business
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (April 25, 2022) – The Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation (GBIC) issued a Request for Interest (RFI) today for a Master Developer firm or consortium to lead the planning, development, and operation of an approximately 730-acre (+/-) Business I-169 North Corridor Industrial Park located on the south side of frontage I-169 between Old Alice Road and Paredes Line Road less than 2 miles from I-69.
GBIC seeks an innovative team that will lead its mission of inducing investment in an environmentally responsible manner to plan and build-out a next generation “Class A” Industrial Business Park with complementary uses that support the Business I-169 North Corridor Industrial Park.
Interested firms/ consortiums are invited to review and submit a Request for Interest (RFI) Proposal by May 20, 2022, no later than 3:00 p.m. CST, by regular mail or in person to:
Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation
RFI I-169 North Corridor Industrial Park
Attn: Helen Ramirez, Executive Director
500 E. Saint Charles Street
Brownsville, Texas 78520
The Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation seeks to promote economic growth in Brownsville and Cameron County by empowering a young and skilled multi-generational workforce and drive innovation to the area. It facilitates economic growth by promoting investment and working with regional and international partners with job creation, training, innovation, business development, and manufacturing. GBIC is a non-profit organization, Type-A Economic Development Corporation.
For more information on the RFI or the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation (GBIC), please visit https://greaterbrownsville.com/.