Storefront Retail Office For Sale
16,138 Sq Ft
Located at the northern edge of the Austin Metro area, in the heart of one of North America’s fastest-growing technology centers, Taylor, Texas is situated 30 minutes from The University of Texas and Downtown Austin, 30 minutes from Austin Bergstrom International Airport (using FM 973) and also 30 minutes from N. Temple. Taylor’s revitalization is leading its downtown area to prosperous growth. The city has recently opened a beautiful $4.2M renovation of its city park, Heritage Square Park, and added a nearby “X-Games worthy” skatepark to its burgeoning downtown revival. An attraction to bring in the people— both kids and parents, Heritage Square Park has a splash pad, grass areas and a beautiful music pavilion/amphitheater. Taylor’s industrial growth is being led by the RCR Taylor Logistics Park-- a Master Planned Rail-Served Logistic & Industrial Park with Dual Rail Service by Union Pacific and BNSF. Located at Texas State Highway 79 and FM Road 3349h, the 750 Acre Commercial/Industrial park has direct access to Texas SH 79, Texas SH 130 Toll Road & Interstate 35. Its two Class 1 rail carriers provide unmatched access to Central, South and North Texas with an ideal location between the DFW Metroplex and Mexico. New residential communities led by DR Horton’s Avery Glen Subdivision and the recent KB Summerfield Subdivision have Taylor’s housing market booming. The new Castlewood Subdivision is a planned development on the west side of FM 973 directly across from the new Taylor High School. It will have 230 Single-Family home sites both 45, and 60 foot as well as 9 duplex lots and 5.79 acres commercial with 3.46 acres of mixed use and parkland areas. Average home prices in Taylor have shot up from $141,000 in 2014 to $213,500 today which is a 66% increase.* Downtown Taylor has seen an influx of trendy retail, restaurants and bars. There are 3 multi-million-dollar renovation projects currently underway including retail, restaurant and residential components. The cornerstone of the Downtown renaissance was a $6M renovation to the 33,000 sq ft McCrory/Timmerman Building. The totally modernized and reconditioned building is anchored by The Texas Beer Company, and includes Pilot Knob wine shop, Curb Side Coffee, offices and four loft apartments ranging from 900-2200 sq ft. *Austin Board of Real Estate MLS Statistics.