4.794 Acres of Development Land in Robinson Industrial Park

TBD Robinson Industrial Park Drive Robinson, TX 76706

Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Jun 19, 2019


  • Build-To-Suit Options Available
  • 4.794 Acres (208,826.64 SqFt)
  • Zoned: I: Industrial
  • Robinson Industrial Park Drive Frontage: 450.05'
  • Property Depth: 464.09'
  • Interstate Highway 35: 50,000+ Vehicles/Day (TxDOT: 2016)
  • 2017 Taxes: $6,085.47


H&A Commercial Team - KW Commercial and the Jon Spelman Company would like to present this commercial real estate property for sale!

This parcel located in Robinson’s Industrial Park is 4.794 Acres. There is 450.05' of Robinson Industrial Park Drive Frontage and a property depth of 464.09'. Its close proximity to Interstate 35 provides the opportunity for high traffic according to the 2016 TxDOT records.

The land is zoned I: Industrial, and Robinson Industrial Park is also home to several well-established businesses such as FedEx Freight, Conway Freight, and Joe W. Fly Co., Incorporated.

This property has built to suit options available.

This property is located in the city limits of Robinson, Texas, which is located in Greater Waco. 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 H&A Commercial Team - KW Commercial and the Jon Spelman Company!

This property is located in the Robinson Industrial Park on Robinson Industrial Park Drive in Waco, Texas.

Lot Size: 4.79 acres

Map of TBD Robinson Industrial Park Drive, Robinson, TX, 76706

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