235+/- ac E. McCarty Ln. San Marcos

1600 E. McCarty
San Marcos, TX
Offered at
$14,642,000
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Lot Size: 235 Acres
Property Type: Commercial
Property Status: For Sale
Description:

 

Prime development or 1031 investment opportunity in San Marcos, TX. This 235 acres +/- portfolio consists of four parcels located directly on the brand-new FM 110 Loop built to promote focused growth east of IH-35. The first section of Loop 110 completed in 2014, runs directly through the subject property. The four parcels lie in the future “High-Intensity” zone, as designated by the City of San Marcos, lending easily to all commercial use. All utilities on site and currently under Agricultural valuation for low taxes and holding cost.

The best priced office, warehouse, light industrial, and multifamily in San Marcos

” +/-110 Acres (4,791,600 sf): Frontage on north side of FM 110 and four way intersection with great visibility from I-35

From the US Census Bureau, San Marcos, Texas is the fastest growing city in the US for the 3rd year in a row. Additionally, this property is located within the fastest growing area of San Marcos. Among Texas cities with a population larger than 50,000, San Marcos ranked as the fastest-growing. Its population grew by 31 percent from 44,894 in 2010 to 58,892 in 2014, making up almost a third of the population of Hays County, which is among the fastest-growing US counties.

” In 2010, San Marcos was listed in Business Week’s fourth annual survey of the ‘Best Places to Raise your Kids.”

” In December 2013, San Marcos was named #9 on Business Insider’s list of the ’10 Most Exciting Small Cities In America.”

” San Marcos is home to the 4th largest university in Texas: Texas State University. With a student body of over 35,000 students, enrollment has increased for the last 16 consecutive years.

” In April 2014, unemployment in San Marcos was 3.1% (compared to US average of 5.9% and state of Texas average of 4.7%)

” The job market is strong with recent job growth at .96% (compared to US .35%) and future job growth over the next 10 years is expected to be 35.3% (compared to US 32%)

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