Several opportunities including 20,000-sf of neighborhood retail with drive-thrus, and 4 pad sites sitting at the main entrance to our Master-Planned community Valley Ranch on Interstate 69 with 110,000 cars per day.

SWC of I-69 and Valley Ranch Crossing Porter, TX 77365

SWC of I-69 and Valley Ranch Crossing, Porter, TX, 77365
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SWC of I-69 and Valley Ranch Crossing, Porter, TX, 77365 SWC of I-69 and Valley Ranch Crossing, Porter, TX, 77365 SWC of I-69 and Valley Ranch Crossing, Porter, TX, 77365
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Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
Aug 06, 2020

We are actively leasing two new multi-tenant retail buildings at approximately 20,000 SF with several drive-thru opportunities available. We have a fantastic pad site for a car wash and 3 pad sites available on I-69 frontage road totaling 4 pad sites available. 

 

  • Valley Ranch is a 1,400-acre master-planned community that is over 2 miles long
  • Crossing sits at the main entrance to the residential district: 1,500 homes, 300 multifamily units, another 490 units to be delivered in 2021
  • Directly behind Crossing are 2 new schools with over 1,600 student and 150 employees
  • Less than a ½ a mile from Valley Ranch Town Center at the intersection of 59N and Grand Parkway/99 with over 850,000 square feet of grocery anchored, National retail
  • A large pylon sign will be installed on 59N with fantastic freeway visibility
  • 59N sees 105,000 cars per day
  • Just broke ground on a new 100,000 SF, 3 level climate controlled self-storage facility

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