ROBINSON (June 21, 2013)—The Waco Industrial Foundation has purchased a 634-acre site at the corner of Interstate 35 and South Loop 340 in Robinson for future business expansion and construction.
The site, whose sale was brokered by H. Bland Cromwell of Coldwell Banker, Jim Stewart Realtors, includes 2,300 feet of interstate frontage and 1,400 feet of frontage on Loop 340.
“The location is ideal for high profile tenants that desire visibility within the I-35 corridor. It will undoubtedly serve as a cornerstone for continued quality growth within the city of Robinson,” said Bob Davis, president of the Waco Industrial Foundation, which manages a $37.5 million real estate portfolio with more than 1,200 acres available for sale in industrial parks.
Robinson City Manager Robert Cervenka said the purchase will change the face of the Waco suburb “for years to come.”
“From a planning perspective, this property has everything you need to develop: visibility, a poised entrance into the Robinson/Waco area, Interstate Highway frontage, and available water and wastewater,” Cervenka said.