Informational Brochure
Property Layout & Aerial Photos

Longhorn Junction is one of the last undeveloped tracts of land situated on a major intersection on the IH-35 corridor between the northern region of the Austin/ Round Rock development boom and the current major retail development taking place in the Georgetown market. Longhorn Junction is a 284-acre land assemblage located at the SEC of IH-35 and Inner Loop Road. The property sits at a strategic intersection in one of the fastest growing counties in the country. The project has extensive frontage on three major arterials including IH-35, FM1460, and the Inner Loop of Georgetown.


The site is located on the southside of Georgetown in Williamson County. The tract is bordered by IH-35, the Inner Loop, and FM 1460.


Significant development activity is occurring in the immediate area surrounding Longhorn Junction. These developments will fuel employment growth and draw a significant amount retail traffic from a wide market area.

Citicorp, an affiliate of the New York-basd global finance company's Citigroup, Inc., has completed construction on a highly anticipated $450 million data center located on the southern portion of the Longhorn Junction project. The data center employs about 60 people, supplying the city with high-paying and highly skilled jobs.

Wolf Ranch (2.9 miles north of the site) is a 100-acre tract featuring 700,000 square feet of retail space; an open-air community shopping center that is home to 11 anchor stores, over 30 specialty retail stores and restaurants. Simon Property Group's Wolf Ranch is located on the southwest corner of IH-35 and Highway 29.

Rivery Park (3.2 miles north of the site) is a mixed use development project anchored by Home Depot and Wal-Mart, located at Williams Drive and IH-35 adjacent the Williams Drive Gateway.

Teravista (3.5 miles south of the site) is a 1,555-acre master planned community located just south of Longhorn Junction. Teravista was created by Newland Communities, the nation's largest developer of planned communities, and offers new homes of some of the nation's leading home builders. Teravista also contains a troon managed 18-hole golf course and 5,000 square foot club house.

Chelsea Premium Outlets (3.2 miles south of the site) is an upscale premium outlet shopping center and contains approximately 550,000 square feet. The center is over 95% occupied by approximately 125 high-end retail outlet stores such as Burberry, Calvin Klein, Ann Taylor, Izod, Kenneth Cole, J Crew, and Tommy Hilfiger. The center is projected to provide between 800-1000 jobs.

University Commons Shopping Center (3.4 miles south of the site) is a planned regional community shopping center at the northeast corner of IH-35 and Unversity Blvd. IKEA (3.5 miles south of the site) has consructed a 252,000 square foot center on the southeast corner of University Blvd. and IH-35. Approximately 250-300 jobs have been created.


The site consists of approximately 284 acres located on the southside of
Georgetown in Williamson County. The tract is bordered by IH-35, the
Inner Loop, and FM 1460.

In general the topography of the land is gentle and suitable for
development. The flat portions of the tract will require consideration in
the design of wastewater and drainage facilities but the gentle topography
lends itself to relatively economical construction of large commercial
facilities and multi-family residential.

The site is located within the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone and is
subject to the aquifer rules through the Texas Commission on
Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Most of Georgetown is in the recharge
zone. Therefore, this site is not unique in this aspect. The topography of
the site suggests that there is a low probability of environmental features
existing on the site.

According to the USDA Soils Survey General Map for Williamson County,
the site is located in a soils group know as the Austin-Houston Black
Castephen soil group which may contain deep to shallow, calcareous clay
soils formed in marine chalk, marl, shale and clays on uplands. The soils
are typical of the gentle sloping land east of IH-35.


Most of the site is currently not in the Georgetown City limits and as such
not zoned. The parcels in the city are zoned Industrial, C3, and Business

Most of the site is not platted. A subdivision plat is typically required as a
condition of receiving water and wastewater service. The plat process can
also initiate the process for annexation into the Georgetown city limits for full purpose jurisdiction. The effect of annexation is that all City rules and regulations would then apply to the property.

The site is shown on the City's plan as a potential Mixed Use Development
Area and Employment Center.


The tract is in a dual service area served by City of Georgetown and TXU
Electric. The standard service assumes overhead electric lines. With a
dual service area, there's potential to negotiate reduced fees for servicing
the tract.

Gas service is available from ATMOS Energy. A high pressure 12- inch line
is in place along the northern boundary of Longhorn Junction in the Inner
Loop ROW.

Verizon provides local phone service to the site. There would be no
charge from Verizon at subdivision plat stage and the costs at site
development would depend on how the property is developed.

There are currently 4 different sources of fiber currently servicing the
area. The lines are serviced by AT&T, Verizon, Broadwing, and