2500 WEST BROADWAY STREET (SWEETWATER, TX)
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- 30,725 Square-Foot Distribution Asset Situated on 10 Acres
- Tilt-Wall Construction Featuring 18’ Clear Height, Five Grade-Level Doors and One Dock High Door
- Vacant Sale Ideal for Owner/User or Investor Lease-Up Opportunity
- Excess Land Creates Potential for Additional Development and Outside Storage
- Easy Access to Interstate 20, Connecting Major Cities Across Texas from DFW to El Paso
- Nolan County Contains Some of the Largest Wind Farms in the World and Currently has Over 1,325 Wind Turbines (Sweetwater Economic Development)
- Sweetwater is the Center of the Public Utility Commission’s $5 Billion Transmission Line Expansion Project, Leading the Way for Additional Wind Development Due to the Economy of Scale (Sweetwater Economic Development)
Marcus & Millichap is pleased to present the opportunity to acquire the property located at 2500 West Broadway Street in Sweetwater, Texas. The subject distribution property consists of approximately 30,725 square feet of space and is situated on 10 acres of land. The asset features tilt-wall construction, 18’ clear height, five grade-level doors, and one dock high door. Excess land creates potential for additional development and outside storage. This vacant sale is ideal for an owner/user or investor as a lease-up opportunity. The subject property features easy access to Interstate 20, which connects major cities across Texas from Dallas-Fort Worth to El Paso.
Nolan County contains some of the largest wind farms in the world and currently has over 1,325 wind turbines, making it one of the Top 10 largest wind farms in the United States. Sweetwater is the center of the Public Utility Commission’s $5 billion CREZ transmission line expansion project, leading the way for additional wind development due to the economy of scale (Sweetwater Economic Development). The city also has approximately 825 working oil wells, which is increasing. In addition, Sweetwater/Nolan County are in the newly developed Cline Shale Oil Play. Defying the national average, Sweetwater also has over 800 full-time jobs in the manufacturing sector alone and continues to grow its manufacturing base.
Sweetwater is the county seat and largest population center of Nolan County, located on I-20 and about halfway between El Paso, Texas, and Shreveport, Louisiana. The city is strategically located 40 miles west of Abilene, 75 miles north of San Angelo, 125 miles southeast of Lubbock, 130 miles northeast of Odessa and 190 miles west of Fort Worth. Sweetwater Municipal Airport, located at the western gate adjacent to I-20, is a vital hub for private jets and personal airplanes. Having served as an Army air force training base during World War II, Avenger Field can still accommodate the needs of larger aircraft (sweetwatertexas.org).