Once used as a large-diameter tree processing facility, the developed land within Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo’s Industrial Park is prime for businesses that need a lot of land and expansion opportunities. Existing sheds and sawmill structures give way to expansive acreage available for development. Convenient location off Hwy. 74 with long de-acceleration lane for trucks.

Long-term lease available for land. Build your own structures. Some build-to-suit opportunities may be available. Current tenants include a mineral processing company that occupies warehouses and office space and a sand/gravel company. Long de-acceleration lane for large trucks is already built into the highway.

This property is a former lumber mill which sits just north of the City of Espanola off US Hwy 84. The mill closed in 2002. This property is Trust Land, owned by Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, a federally recognized Native American tribe. Because of the properties history as a lumber mill it has much of the necessary infrastructure for a facility handling large industrial projects, including components of a fire suppression system in the lumber storage area.

Site Highlights

  • Available contiguous land: 10-50 acres
  • Natural Gas: On site
  • Water Disposal: City of Espanola municipal waste water system 0.5 miles from location
  • Solid Waste Disposal: Regional waste authority.
  • Roads: US 84 immediately adjacent to property
  • Rail: 42 miles at Lamy NM.
  • Permits: Ohkay Owingeh Department of Public Works issues all construction permits. Due to lack of construction projects an independent contractor is typically used for inspection purposes.
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