8610 North Interstate Highway 35, Austin, TX, 78753

8610 North Interstate Highway 35 Austin, TX 78753

8610 North Interstate Highway 35, Austin, TX, 78753
8610 North Interstate Highway 35, Austin, TX, 78753
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Jun 15, 2020


  • - Great visibility with approx. 437 ft of frontage on busy Interstate highway 35
  • - High traffic counts on I-35 of about 218k vehicles per day within a mile radius
  • - Zoned CS-CO-NP "General Commercial Services - Conditional Overlay - Neighborhood Plan"
  • - Has current lease in place for existing billboard


7.2 + ac with 438 feet of frontage along the west-southbound side of Interstate 35, only a mile north of Hwy 183 and easy access to U.S. Hwy 290 and Mopac Expressway. Incredible visibility and high traffic counts over 200k per day on I-35. Multi-use development opportunities abound with this parcel, including self storage, retail, and/or office development. There is a small wooded creek that runs along the east side of the property - located in FEMA flood plain. Close proximity to downtown Austin and local attractions: entertainment, cuisine, eclectic shopping, and stunning outdoor settings, like Lake Travis.

Land is located on Interstate highway 35 in Austin TX, north of downtown and 183 intersection with I-35

Lot Size: 7.26 acres

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