Central Station

1505 South Texas Ave College Station, TX 77840

Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Jan 28, 2021


  • High visibility at prominent intersection of S Texas Ave with 52,000+ VPD & Harvey Rd with 20,000+ VPD
  • Located in the heart of Aggieland, just a ¼ mile from Texas A&M University with 50,000+ students
  • Features diverse tenant mix of regional and national tenants including HomeGoods, Kohl’s, Spec’s & Los Cucos Mexican Café


Stafford Barrett is pleased to present Central Station. Located next to one of the busiest intersections in College Station / Bryan and a quarter mile from Texas A&M University, this multi-tenant retail center is a prime location for any retail user. Great demographics, high traffic and competitive pricing available.


Building Size: 176847sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

Space Available: 6385 SF
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Price Per Sqft/Year: $18.0
Space Available: 900 SF
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Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.0
Space Available: 2400 SF
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Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.0
Space Available: 1500 SF
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Price Per Sqft/Year: $20.0
Space Available: 3600 SF
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Price Per Sqft/Year: $10.0
Space Available: 6912 SF
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Price Per Sqft/Year: $28.0

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