Feature Photo: An aerial view of the proposed warehouse site by Titan Development.
by Art Benavidez
Georgetown (Williamson County) — A New Mexico-based industrial developer received approval on their preliminary plat for a business park development during Tuesday’s meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The 85.7-acre property, Titan Gateway 35, is undeveloped and located at 2550 North Interstate 35, in the southeast quadrant of the Interstate 35 and SH 130 Toll intersection, in the northeast portion of the city.
Titan Development received rezoning on the property from the City Council on March 9 in order to facilitate warehousing and distribution development on the property.
The business park will primarily act as an establishment engaged in the storage, distribution or movement of materials, equipment, or goods within an enclosed structure for Titan Development or other firms, with supporting commercial uses along the frontage roads.
The PUD will be broken up into three zones.
- Zone A will be a general commercial zone of 11.14 acres that make up the front portion of the property along Interstate 35 and SH 130 Toll road.
- Zone B will be the industrial park on 66.69 acres in the middle of the property.
- Zone C will be a restricted zone of 7.56 acres at the back of the property, adjacent to a residential area where no development will take place.
The development will be a two-phase project that allows for a variety of build-to-suit options depending on intended use, according to Titan Development’s website.
Building 1 is a cross-dock facility that was supposed to have broken ground in May 2021, with a delivery date of December 2021, however construction on the development has not begun.
Clayton Strolle, with the Austin office of Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers is on board the project.
VBX Project ID: 2021-5933