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Multi-Family

Tye, TX Mobile Home Development Site

Vista Dr, Tye, TX 79563

Listing Price: Request For Offer

Lot Size
27.01 acres
Land Type
Land

Investment Overview

For over 70 years, Abilene has been home to the 6,400-acre Dyess Air Force Base with over 13,000 military and civilian people. The base employs more than 5,000 people, making it the single largest employer in the area with an economic impact of $3 billion according to the 2022 Texas Military Preparedness Commission Report. There is no remaining housing on base and current demand exceeds capacity for off-base housing. Dyess Family Homes has a waitlist of 96 people as of September 20, 2022. Those enlisted with the Air Force receive a housing credit of $864-$1,890 per month creating a significant demand for affordable housing in the Tye and Abilene markets. Abilene consistently ranks as one of the most affordable places to live in the United States, with a cost-of-living 16.3 percent lower than the U.S. average. Niche.com has ranked them #7 in cities with lowest cost of living in America (2020) and #18 in best cities to buy a house in America (2020). May of 2022, the city of Abilene was named eighth in the nation for economic development among cities with populations of 200,000 people or fewer. In the last year, the Development Corporation of Abilene secured more than $3.2 billion in capital investment, created more than 8,000 jobs and retained 9,000+ jobs, according to Mayor Williams. Projects include: • Opening November 2022: Great Lakes Cheese Co. $184.5 million packaging and distribution plant on a 76-acre lot. They’re looking to hire 210 in the first phase and ultimately over 500 in the next few years with an average salary of $60,000. • September 14, 2022: Broadwind Heavy Fabrications, a manufacturer of large fabrications for the wind tower industry, announces they will invest $3 million to expand its existing operations at the Five Points Business Park in Abilene. Over the next 10 years, this $3 million project is estimated to add over $20 million in taxes for the City of Abilene, Taylor County, and Abilene Independent School District. • Early 2022: Amazon leases a warehouse in the Five Points Business Park to house its new last mile facility. • August 2021: Primal Pet Group breaks ground on $31.6 million plant expansion which is expected to create and retain 250 jobs. • October 2021: construction begins on an $80 million DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and is expected to open Spring 2023. In August 2022, Texas employers added more jobs than in any previous month in recorded state history. August job numbers marked the 10th consecutive month the state set employment records in Texas, the Texas Workforce Commission reported on September 16, 2022, when it released new jobs data. Abilene was ranked #4 in the state of Texas with the lowest unemployment rate of 3.5%.

Investment Highlights

  • Water On-Site
  • No Rezoning Required
  • Development Ready
  • 1.6 Miles from Interstate-20 - a Major East-West Highway that Runs from West Texas to South Carolina and Sees Over 31,500 Vehicles Daily Through Tye, TX
  • 5 Minutes from Dyess Air Force Base - Employs Over 13,000 People (8,000 Active Duty, 5,000 Civilian Employees)
  • 5 Minutes from Abilene City Limits

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Multi-Family

Tye, TX Mobile Home Development Site

Listing Price: Request For Offer

Lot Size
27.01 acres
Land Type
Land

Investment Highlights

  • Water On-Site
  • No Rezoning Required
  • Development Ready
  • 1.6 Miles from Interstate-20 - a Major East-West Highway that Runs from West Texas to South Carolina and Sees Over 31,500 Vehicles Daily Through Tye, TX
  • 5 Minutes from Dyess Air Force Base - Employs Over 13,000 People (8,000 Active Duty, 5,000 Civilian Employees)
  • 5 Minutes from Abilene City Limits

Investment Overview

For over 70 years, Abilene has been home to the 6,400-acre Dyess Air Force Base with over 13,000 military and civilian people. The base employs more than 5,000 people, making it the single largest employer in the area with an economic impact of $3 billion according to the 2022 Texas Military Preparedness Commission Report. There is no remaining housing on base and current demand exceeds capacity for off-base housing. Dyess Family Homes has a waitlist of 96 people as of September 20, 2022. Those enlisted with the Air Force receive a housing credit of $864-$1,890 per month creating a significant demand for affordable housing in the Tye and Abilene markets. Abilene consistently ranks as one of the most affordable places to live in the United States, with a cost-of-living 16.3 percent lower than the U.S. average. Niche.com has ranked them #7 in cities with lowest cost of living in America (2020) and #18 in best cities to buy a house in America (2020). May of 2022, the city of Abilene was named eighth in the nation for economic development among cities with populations of 200,000 people or fewer. In the last year, the Development Corporation of Abilene secured more than $3.2 billion in capital investment, created more than 8,000 jobs and retained 9,000+ jobs, according to Mayor Williams. Projects include: • Opening November 2022: Great Lakes Cheese Co. $184.5 million packaging and distribution plant on a 76-acre lot. They’re looking to hire 210 in the first phase and ultimately over 500 in the next few years with an average salary of $60,000. • September 14, 2022: Broadwind Heavy Fabrications, a manufacturer of large fabrications for the wind tower industry, announces they will invest $3 million to expand its existing operations at the Five Points Business Park in Abilene. Over the next 10 years, this $3 million project is estimated to add over $20 million in taxes for the City of Abilene, Taylor County, and Abilene Independent School District. • Early 2022: Amazon leases a warehouse in the Five Points Business Park to house its new last mile facility. • August 2021: Primal Pet Group breaks ground on $31.6 million plant expansion which is expected to create and retain 250 jobs. • October 2021: construction begins on an $80 million DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and is expected to open Spring 2023. In August 2022, Texas employers added more jobs than in any previous month in recorded state history. August job numbers marked the 10th consecutive month the state set employment records in Texas, the Texas Workforce Commission reported on September 16, 2022, when it released new jobs data. Abilene was ranked #4 in the state of Texas with the lowest unemployment rate of 3.5%.

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