The beauty of lush property

makes it a perfect place for your new project to come alive!

It is the first major shopping destination westbound drivers on I-20 will encounter after leaving Mississippi. The site is an excellent location for townhomes, commercial and retail development. Access via Exit 124 (Millhaven Road and Russell Sage Road) right on the property, or take Exit 120 and take the I-20 service road past Sam's Club and the Harley Davidson Dealership in Monroe.

"The proximity of Millhaven South to Monroe's current retail district creates a great synergy and opportunity for additional development in this thriving commercial corridor. The 239-acre site is accessible by a newly expanded serviceroad that connects with two Interstate 20 interchanges. Nearby assets, such as Louisiana Delta Community College, Pecanland Mall, Monroe Regional Airport, and national retailers, hotels and restaurant chains, support further retail growth. Additionally, the I-20 Economic Development District provides a mechanism for infrastructure enhancements that would allow for new development in this corridor."
Scott Martinez, President, North Louisiana Economic Partnership

Based on the expected population growth over the next 5 years and the existing retail market, the area is prime for more shopping and commercial opportunities. Areas for growth are wide open!

With 3 major universities within a 50-mile radius, Northeast Louisiana is already populated with a highly trained workforce. Easy access to rail, port, and highway systems allows businesses the opportunity to link their operations to the rest of the world. Three national rankings (Area Development, Business Facilities, and Site Selection) rank Louisiana in the top 10 states in which to do business. Site Selectionmagazine ranks Louisiana 7th in the nation as having the best business climate, 1st for per capita project expansions and 1st for competitiveness.

The best part? This land is available at a great price. There is no better time to invest in your business and no better place to do it than Millhaven South.

Opportunity Zones are federally designated tracts that offer tax incentives to attract new investments to underdeveloped areas. Read more here and here.

Businesses from all over the world are learning what an exciting place North Louisiana is. Monroe, Louisiana is the birthplace of Delta Airlines, one of the first locations in which Coca-Cola was bottled, and it is the home of the third largest telecommunications company in the United States – CenturyLink. The state of Louisiana has taken great strides in creating aggressive business incentives for new or relocating companies. Louisiana has a strong academic infrastructure for advanced manufacturing, with research universities providing innovation and leadership in technology.

“Millhaven North is one of the premier sites in North Louisiana, strategically located near Interstate 20, U.S. Highway 80, Kansas City Southern Railroad, Monroe Regional Airport and workforce training programs at nearby Louisiana Delta Community College. As a Louisiana Economic Development Certified Site, Millhaven North has completed all the due diligence to make it a development ready site, including a Phase 1 Environmental, topography, geotechnical and soil boring studies. Companies considering Millhaven North will find that the City of Monroe, area utilities and economic development partners have the capacity to support a major economic development project."
Scott Martinez, President, North Louisiana Economic Partnership


Sits on the south side along I-20

Accessible from Exits 120 and 124
Site has existing service road


5 miles from the Monroe Regional Airport

1000 feet from Monroe city limits


9 miles from Ouachita Terminals (greater Ouachita port)

70 miles to Port of Vicksburg
121 miles to Port of Shreveport
180 miles to Port of Baton Rouge


Close proximity to Kansas City Southern/Norfolk Southern

Additional access within 4 miles to Union Pacific Railroad