76-acre, 863,000-square-foot industrial park coming to Kyle

A 76-acre industrial park located at 19200 Marketplace Ave., Kyle, is scheduled to start opening its first phase of development in spring 2021, according to information from its development company, Northpoint Development. (Courtesy Colliers International)
A 76-acre industrial park located at 19200 Marketplace Ave., Kyle, is scheduled to start opening its first phase of development in spring 2021, according to information from its development company, Northpoint Development. (Courtesy Colliers International)

A 76-acre industrial park located at 19200 Marketplace Ave., Kyle, is scheduled to start opening its first phase of development in spring 2021, according to information from its development company, Northpoint Development. (Courtesy Colliers International)

A 76-acre industrial park located at 19200 Marketplace Ave., Kyle, is scheduled to start opening its first phase of development in spring 2021, according to information from its development company, Northpoint Development.


The 863,000-square-foot park will be called the Plum Creek Development Center, and it will be located within the mixed-use, master-planned community in Kyle known as Plum Creek. A press release issued on behalf of the park states the first phase of the project, which will consist of a 185,174-square-foot Building 1 and a 258,884-square-foot Building 2, is now leasing space and is represented by Travis Hicks and Chase Clancy with Colliers International.
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