Former Use: Standard and other historical sources, including a previous Phase I ESA, document the first developed use of the subject property occurred in 1959 with the construction of a portion of a Coca-Cola bottling plant building on the northwestern portion of the property. During the 1960s, two small commercial buildings were constructed on the western portion and one commercial building was constructed on the central portion. In 1988, the building on the central portion was demolished, and a warehouse building was constructed. The property was formerly occupied by a Coca-Cola bottling plant from initial development in 1959 until the 1990s. During the Coca-Cola bottling plant occupancy, gasoline dispensing operations and truck repair operations (associated with maintenance and fueling for the Coca-Cola trucks) occurred onsite. PM was unable to determine through reasonably ascertainable information how long fueling operations were performed on the property. After Coca-Cola vacated the buildings, the Mississippi Narcotics Bureau utilized the northern portion of the property for office space with the remaining buildings vacant until 2004. Between 2004 and 2005, the buildings were demolished, and the property has remained vacant land since that time.