Tag Archive: Buda

Dec 18

South Buda Business Park lot Sold to ADB Investments

Buda, TX Industrial Park

A South Buda Business Park Lot was recently sold to ADB Investments.  With the purchase of this second parcel, 9.14 acres total has been purchased by ADB Investments from my client, CX Properties in Buda, Texas.  Lot 9 along with Lot 10 has 535 feet of frontage on FM 967 (South Loop 4) and 695 …

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Aug 24

South Buda Business Park Site Under Contract with Mining Equipment Co

Under Contract

South Buda Business Park Site Under Contract with Mining Equipment Co totaling 9.14 Acres.  The buyer purchases, refurbishes and sells mining equipment. The business is currently located out of state but their plans are to relocate and construct a new location in Buda, Texas to headquarters this company. Design and construction is expected to start …

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Dec 20

SOLD – 6 Acres in Buda, TX to Fat Quarter Shop

Fat Quarter Shop

I recently sold 6 acres in Buda at the South Buda Business Park to Fat Quarter Shop.  The property is located at 2899 Business Park Drive in Buda, Texas. Fat Quarter Shop is an online seller of quilting fabrics. Their plans have not been finalized but they will be expanding their footprint by building a …

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Jul 30

Sold! 3 Acre Site, Buda, TX on Main Street East

Building Elevation

227, 221 Drive (or Main Street East) in Buda, Texas sold recently to the wonderful folks at Ellis & Salazar.  Special thanks to Mark Milstead with NAI REOC Austin for his help in making this transaction a pleasure to work on.

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Dec 19

Southwest Water’s High Water Rates are Difficult for Consumers to Fight

Water Utility Map

Great article in the Austin American Statesman about Southwest Water and their business practices based upon an exemption they received from the State of Texas in 2004 which allows them to bypass state law and consolidate various water companies under one entity with a single tariff.  Read on for more information and get involved if …

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