610-W-Carson-St-Bryan-TX-1000x666

Owner/User or Investment Opportunity Bryan, TX

Status Active
Location 610 W Carson Street, Bryan, TX 77801
Captialilzation Rate
Building Size 12,050 Square Feet
Lot Size 1 Acre
Lease Type NNN
Term Remaining
Price $ 1700000
  • 12,050-Square-Foot Industrial Facility on One Acre with Fully-Fenced Yard
  • Owner/User or Investment Opportunity 12 Minutes from Texas A&M Campus
  • Texas A&M is the Largest Public University in Texas and Drives Steady Population Growth
  • Bryan-College Station Population Consists of Over 200,000 Residents
  • Submarket Rent Growth Up 5.7% at the End of the Fourth Quarter (Source: CoStar)
  • Surrounded by Strong Tenant Base Including: Ryder Truck, H&E, Foundation Building Materials, Walmart and HEB

Doherty Houston Industrial Group is pleased to exclusively offer for sale this single-tenant industrial building located in Bryan, Texas. The subject property is a 12,050-square-foot facility sitting on one acre, located just off Finfeather Road on West Carson Street. The front office/showroom was built in 1946 and the warehouse was built in 1984. The property features metal construction with two drive-in doors and 24 parking spaces. The current tenant, Motion Industries, is scheduled to move out of the facility in August 2023.

Bryan is a city and the county seat of Brazos County, Texas. Bryan borders the city of College Station, which lies to its south. Together, they are referred to as the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area, which has a population of more than 250,000, and Bryan’s labor shed is over one million within a 60-mile radius.

The Bryan-College Station metropolitan area is located near the Brazos River in the Brazos Valley. One of the largest universities in the country calls the area home, and other academic institutions, museums, and entertainment and dining options assist in luring residents and tourists. Strategically situated in the middle of the Texas Triangle and less than 100 miles northwest of Houston, the metro also has convenient access to Texas’ other major metropolitan areas.

Bryan, Texas is positioned for even greater transportation connectivity in the near future with the designation of the “Central Texas Corridor” as future Interstate 14. Positioned in the center of the “Texas Triangle,” Bryan is less than a three-hour drive from four of the country’s 11 largest metropolitan areas: Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Interstate 14 is the “Central Texas Corridor,” following U.S. 190 from Brady east to Killeen, Temple, Bryan-College Station, Livingston and Woodville and State Highway 63 between Jasper and the Sabine River. Potential extension of the corridor may take the route west to San Angelo and Interstate 20 at Midland-Odessa. (Source: City of Bryan).

Agent : Ron Handsel

  • 512-338-7836
  • ron.handsel@marcusmillichap.com
License: TX-712664
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