1131 E McKinney St. Retail Building

1131 E McKinney St. Denton, TX 76209

1131 E McKinney St. , Denton, TX, 76209
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1131 E McKinney St. , Denton, TX, 76209
Property Type:
Single Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Feb 15, 2020


  • One story retail building on busy E McKinney.
  • Corner Location
  • Rear outside storage or additional parking
  • Office area, showroom space, WHS space
  • One grade level OHD


One story commercial concrete block building currently used for the owner’s business – Al’s Furniture. Interior consists of office area, showroom, display rooms, warehouse area. One overhead door serves the WHS area. Office and showroom areas are all central HVAC; Approx. 18 current parking spaces front and sides. There is a rear yard area that could also be used for more parking or storage or display, etc. Property is located on the corner of heavy traffic E McKinney and N Ruddell area of N Denton. This is a major artery for traffic from Loop 288 to from the downtown area.

Located on busy major thoroughfare - E / W artery to / from downtown Denton and Loop 288. High traffic and visibility.

Year Built: 1950
Building Size: 8352.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.35 acres

Map of 1131 E McKinney St. , Denton, TX, 76209

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