Apr 30th 2021 | Posted in Vertical by Texas Government Insider

The Matagorda County Navigation District #1 is reaching out to the private sector to study the feasibility of expanding and diversifying the Port of Palacios’ commercial profile.
Port of Palacios commercial center Port of Palacios embarks on study to expand, diversify commercial profile

Port of Palacios commercial center

To achieve this ambition, the port will hire a consultant to help it explore options for acquiring additional land, partnering with private parties, and exploring new commercial opportunities. In addition, the study may lead to an overall master plan.

Some of the commercial endeavors that the port would consider include load/unload and staging of industrial and renewable energy equipment and materials, maritime services, and shipping goods and products including, but not limited to, agriculture, petrochemical, oil and gas, aggregate, and containers.
The port’s 75-acre western tract between the port and a gated residential community has been identified as a potential commercial center due to its good access and adjacency to municipal utility lines. Mixed commercial, office and light industrial, a shopping center, or mixed-use development are possible uses.