CrossPoint Business District coming to Georgetown

Jackson-Shaw is developing CrossPoint Business District on the northside of Georgetown, west of IH-35, north of the intersection with SH 195 and south of CR 143. (Courtesy Jackson-Shaw)
Jackson-Shaw is developing CrossPoint Business District on the northside of Georgetown, west of IH-35, north of the intersection with SH 195 and south of CR 143. (Courtesy Jackson-Shaw)

Jackson-Shaw is developing CrossPoint Business District on the northside of Georgetown, west of IH-35, north of the intersection with SH 195 and south of CR 143. (Courtesy Jackson-Shaw)

Jackson-Shaw, a national real estate development company headquartered in Dallas, closed on 224 acres in Georgetown according to a Feb. 25 release.

The land will be developed into the CrossPoint Business District. The development was approved by Georgetown City Council as a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone in Dec. 2021.

According to city documents, Georgetown will reimburse $8.5 million of a $10 million 2.3-mile wastewater interceptor to serve the property and Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation revenue will fund a $4.6 million extension of FM 972.

CrossPoint is located on the west side of IH-35, north of the intersection with SH 195 and south of CR 143.

Phase 1 of the project represents 61.7 acres and will be a three-building business park totaling 488,000 square feet. Additional phases in the remaining 162.3 acres are projected to have a combination of industrial, commercial and multifamily developments.


Onx Homes has signed a lease for Building 1 of Phase 1 for a total of 204,000 square feet. Onx Homes has more than 3,000 homes under advanced development with regional offices in Austin, Dallas and Miami.

“We are excited to partner with Jackson-Shaw to not only bring a quality business like Onx Homes to our northern quadrant but also to complete a major infrastructure project that will pave the way for development in this area,” Georgetown Mayor Josh Schroeder said in the release. “The possibilities for the entire development are endless.”

“We foresee a record year for commercial real estate investment, particularly for sought-after industrial and multifamily assets,” Grant Pearson, vice president of development at Jackson-Shaw said in the release. “CrossPoint Business District is an excellent example where the city of Georgetown has remained steadfast in its focus on expanding employment opportunities while preparing for the strategic growth that everyone knows will come."

Jackson-Shaw plans to break ground on Phase 1 in April with expected completion by summer 2023.
By Hunter Terrell

Reporter, Georgetown

Hunter Terrell became the reporter for the Georgetown edition in January 2021. After graduating from Valdosta State University in 2018, she started her career as a reporter for the Rockdale Citizen in Conyers, Georgia. In 2021, she became a copyeditor for the Marietta Daily Journal. She also had a part-time job in social media and sales at Alexis Suitcase in Atlanta.