Major intersection at Erskine St. and Frankford Ave.

5715 Erskine St. Lubbock, TX 79416

5715 Erskine St., Lubbock, TX, 79416
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5715 Erskine St., Lubbock, TX, 79416
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Mar 05, 2019


  • Price $389,598
  • Price per SF $6.00
  • 7 minutes away from West End Shopping Center and 10 minutes to Texas Tech
  • 12 minutes to 19th St. hospital district
  • Requires a Rule 12 plat approved by the chairman of the planning and zoning commission
  • Listing Agent represents Seller


Major intersection at Erskine St. and Frankford Ave. Total traffic count VPD = 17,907. Zoning Use District C2 Local Retail including C2A uses. Located east of the Covenant Medical Northwest Clinic and Creative Learning Center day care.
Under construction on Frankford Ave.: St. Clair-Massy Ortho, Uptown West master planned 253 lot subdivision and Lincoln 16 subdivision with the first phase of 116 lots.

NE quad of Erskine St. and Frankford Ave. Best Use: Retail, Office, Bank, Day Care Center, Drug Store, Fast Food, Health Care, Neighborhood Center, Restaurant, Strip Center, Market, hold for development or investment.

Lot Size: 1.49 acres

Map of 5715 Erskine St., Lubbock, TX, 79416

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