Round Rock Chamber confirms upcoming 32-acre Amazon delivery station

“We are thrilled to welcome Amazon to the community and pleased to support this project,” said Jason Ball, the chamber’s president and CEO, in the release. “At a time when so many are experiencing uncertainty with job security, we could not be happier to see more jobs created in our region.” (Courtesy city of Round Rock)
“We are thrilled to welcome Amazon to the community and pleased to support this project,” said Jason Ball, the chamber’s president and CEO, in the release. “At a time when so many are experiencing uncertainty with job security, we could not be happier to see more jobs created in our region.” (Courtesy city of Round Rock)

“We are thrilled to welcome Amazon to the community and pleased to support this project,” said Jason Ball, the chamber’s president and CEO, in the release. “At a time when so many are experiencing uncertainty with job security, we could not be happier to see more jobs created in our region.” (Courtesy city of Round Rock)

A 32-acre Amazon delivery station is set to open in Round Rock, the Round Rock Chamber confirmed in a June 10 news release.

The site, located near I-35 and Old Settlers Boulevard along Chisholm Trail Road, is currently under construction, per the release.


The release said the upcoming delivery station will be located at the Chisholm Trail Trade Center. The industrial park will comprise three buildings, with one set to house Amazon's delivery operations and the remaining two designated for interior parking for Amazon associates and drivers, the release added. Several hundred jobs are expected to come to Round Rock as a result of the project, per the release.

“We are thrilled to welcome Amazon to the community and pleased to support this project,” said Jason Ball, the chamber’s president and CEO, in the release. “At a time when so many are experiencing uncertainty with job security, we could not be happier to see more jobs created in our region.”


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