17,897 SF Industrial Building off Highway 84

110 Northeast First Street McGregor, TX 76657

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Last Verified:
Mar 31, 2022


  • 3.0295 Acres
  • Total Improvements: 18,821 SF
  • Building A: 17,897 SF
  • Building B: 924 SF
  • Year Built: 1945 - 1973
  • Year Renovated: 2007 (Building A)
  • Zoned: McGregor LI: Light Industrial
  • Highway 84 Frontage: ± 530’
  • North Garfield Street Frontage: ± 260’
  • Northeast 1st Street: ± 490’
  • Easily Accessible
  • Excellent Visibility
  • Highway 84: 11,900 Vehicles/Day (TxDOT: 2016)
  • 2019 Taxes: $8,437.30


The Harrell Team at KW Commercial would like to present this property in McGregor, Texas for sale.

The property located at 110 Northeast First Street consists of a 17,897 SF building, and a 924 SF building on 3.03 acres of land. The property has ± 530 feet of frontage along US Highway 84, ± 260 feet of frontage along Northeast First Street, and has a property depth of ± 220 feet. The property is zoned LI: Light Industrial

McGregor is about 15 minutes west of Waco, Texas. The Waco Metropolitan Statistical Area has a population of over 270,000 people. The City of Waco is located approximately 90 miles south of the Dallas/Fort Worth area and about 100 minutes north of Austin, Texas.

For more information on this property, or any of our other properties, please contact The Harrell Team at KW Commercial!

Off Highway 84 at the intersections of North Garfield Street.

Year Built: 1945
Building Size: 18821sq ft
Lot Size: 3.03 acres


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