Niagara Bottling Springs in Seguin
- Jul 10, 2015
An incentive package was approved by SEDC and given final approval by Seguin City Council to select the project, which initially will create over $85 million in new capital investment and 75 jobs in the first phase. A Phase II expansion is possible.
To position Seguin competitively, a local incentive package was utilized. It includes a five year partial property abatement from Guadalupe County and a land grant incentive valued at $985,900 from the Seguin Economic Development Corporation. Over the five-year period, the city, county, and school district will receive over $6 million in new property tax revenue, net of the tax abatement.
Family-owned Niagara Bottling owns 19 manufacturing plants and supports both the domestic and international market. The new facility will encompass 557,000 square feet located on approximately 30.77 acres of land at the intersection of Rio Nogales Drive and 8th St.
“This unique project will help further diversify our local economy as well as bring quality jobs and new capital investment into the community,” said Terry Treviño. ”We welcome Niagara Bottling LLC as our newest business partner and look forward to their success and expansion.”