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View/Print Full Package - Roalson Interests, Inc.
NORTHWEST SAN ANTONIO PAD SITE
FIESTA TEXAS / UTSA AREA
LOCATION:
The property is on the north side of Loop 1604 just west of the Babcock Road
corner. It is on the north side of the University of Texas at San Antonio and a
short distance from Fiesta Texas Theme Park and IH-10.
SIZE:
1.03 Acres; 44,866.80 Square Feet
FRONTAGE:
Frontage:
Depth:
269 feet on Loop 1604.
Varies from approximately 160 feet to 186 feet.
UTILITIES:
Electricity:
City Public Service has advised there is 3-phase overhead
primary distribution available to the property.
Sewer:
San Antonio Water System indicates an 8-inch sewer main
within the north Loop 1604 right-of-way in front of the
property.
Water:
San Antonio Water System indicates a 12-inch water main in
the north side of Loop 1604 in front of the property
Gas:
City Public Service indicates off-site gas distribution mains
are available to service the property.
Prospective buyers should retain an independent engineer to verify the location,
accessibility and capacity of all utilities.
ZONING:
C-3, ERZD, Commercial District (Lots 4 & 5), C-2, ERZD, Commercial District
(Lot 6), City of San Antonio.
FLOOD PLAIN:
Federal Emergency Management Agency maps do not appear to indicate any
flood prone areas on the property.
TOPOGRAPHY:
Nearly level, drainage in a southerly direction.
EASEMENTS:
25-foot Ingress-Egress Easement providing access to Babcock Road.
RESTRICTIONS:
Restrictive Covenants of Hills and Dales Estates are filed with the deed;
however, these commercially designated lots appear to be excluded.
TRAFFIC COUNT:
2002 State Highway Department traffic maps indicate 71,000 vehicles per day
on Loop 1604 between Babcock and IH 10 and 59,000 vehicles per day west of
Babcock Road.
DEMOGRAPHICS:
2004 Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions population estimates are 34,144
people in a 3 mile radius and 103,355 people in a 5 mile radius, an 11% and
17% increase respectively over the prior year’s estimates.
AREA
DEVELOPMENT:
The Six Flags Fiesta Texas Theme Park and the University of Texas at San
Antonio are in the immediate vicinity. The intersection of Loop 1604 and
Babcock includes a retail center, Lone Star Ice House, Church's Chicken, Bill
Miller Bar-B-Q and a Pizza Hut adjacent to this property. The area also
includes considerable single-family and multifamily residential.
INVESTMENT:
Price:
Terms:
COMMENTS:
$7.50 per square foot; $336,501.00
Owner prefers all cash.
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This property has excellent visibility and accessibility.
‰
It is conveniently located in a strong growth area being driven by Six Flags
Fiesta Texas in the La Cantera 1,200 acre master planned development and
the thriving UTSA campus, with over 23,000 students.
‰
The USAA La Cantera project includes a Westin resort hotel, the 18-hole La
Cantera golf course (home of the Texas Open), Mira Vista luxury apartments
and the announced Shops at La Cantera to include Dillards, Foleys,
Nordstroms and Neiman Marcus.
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The property lies over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone District.
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
Phone: (210) 496-5800
www.roalson.com
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ELDON ROALSON, CCIM
Fax: (210) 496-5809
Email: [email protected]
View Available Properties: Map / Summary
Location Map
Area Map
DEMOGRAPHIC OVERVIEW
April 15, 2004
LOOP 1604 AT BABCOCK ROAD
1.0 Miles:
3.0 Miles:
5.0 Miles:
Population
2000 Census
4,611
32,780
96,093
Current Year Estimate
4,670
34,144
103,355
5 Year Projection
4,778
36,042
114,914
2000 Census
1,760
11,758
36,313
Current Year Estimate
1,795
12,368
39,446
5 Year Projection
1,859
13,215
44,453
White
71.51%
75.83%
77.73%
Black
4.53%
4.31%
4.34%
Asian
5.10%
3.96%
3.57%
American Indian
0.35%
0.51%
0.46%
40.14%
39.32%
37.40%
Owner-Occupied
39.8%
64.9%
63.9%
Renter-Occupied
56.1%
31.2%
30.6%
2.36
2.68
2.59
25.4%
8.2%
6.2%
Income $ 10,000 - $19,999
9.8%
7.3%
7.1%
Income $ 20,000 - $29,999
10.8%
9.7%
8.4%
Income $ 30,000 - $39,999
5.5%
9.4%
10.4%
Income $ 40,000 - $49,999
4.6%
8.4%
9.2%
Households
2003 Population by Race
2003 Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic Origin
2003 Total Housing Units
Average Household Size
2003 Household Income
Income $ 0 - $9,999
Income $ 50,000 - $59,999
5.2%
9.6%
9.3%
Income $ 60,000 - $74,999
9.4%
12.3%
12.2%
Income $ 75,000 - $99,999
11.2%
15.5%
15.1%
Income $100,000 - $124,999
10.3%
9.5%
9.6%
Income $125,000 - $149,999
3.6%
4.7%
4.8%
Income $150,000 +
4.2%
5.2%
7.7%
Average Household Income
$58,336
$65,910
$73,575
Median Household Income
$36,607
$57,059
$59,335
Per Capita Income
$23,405
$24,667
$28,321
Source: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions
PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
As to the subject property, Roalson Interests, Inc. ("Broker") makes no
warranties, representations or guarantees regarding the structural integrity,
soundness or suitability, for any purpose, of any improvements which may be
located on the property.
Furthermore, Broker makes no warranties,
representations or guarantees regarding any prior uses of the property or the
nature and condition of the property, including, without limitation, (1) the water,
soil and geology and the existence of any environmental hazards or conditions
thereon (including, but not limited to, the presence of underground storage
tanks, asbestos, radon, contaminated soil or hazardous substances), or the
property's compliance with any applicable laws rules or regulations regarding
such substances; and (2) the compliance of the property or its operation (past,
present or future) with any building codes, laws, ordinances or regulations of
any government or other body.
Broker does not have the technical expertise to either determine whether any
improvements are in compliance with ADA requirements or to advise a
principal on the requirements of the ADA. You are advised to contact an
attorney, contractor, architect, engineer or other qualified professional of your
own choosing to determine to what degree, if at all, ADA impacts the subject
property.
Regarding the above items, any potential PURCHASER will rely solely on its
own investigation of the property. Any information provided or to be provided,
with respect to the property by Broker was obtained from sources deemed
reliable but is in no way warranted or guaranteed by Broker. Broker has not
made any independent investigation or verification of such information, and
does not make any representations as to the accuracy or completeness of such
information.
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Roalson Interests, Inc.
Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following information about brokerage services to
prospective buyers, tenants, sellers and landlords.
Information About Brokerage Services
Before working with a real estate broker, you should know that the
duties of a broker depend on whom the broker represents. If you are
a prospective seller or landlord (owner) or a prospective buyer or
tenant (buyer), you should know that the broker who lists the
property for sale or lease is the owner’s agent. A broker who acts as
a subagent represents the owner in cooperation with the listing
broker. A broker who acts as a buyer’s agent represents the buyer. A
broker may act as an intermediary between the parties if the parties
consent in writing. A broker can assist you in locating a property,
preparing a contract or lease, or obtaining financing without
representing you. A broker is obligated by law to treat you honestly.
IF THE BROKER REPRESENTS THE OWNER: The broker
becomes the owner’s agent by entering into an agreement with the
owner, usually through a written listing agreement or by agreeing to
act as a subagent by accepting an offer of subagency from the listing
broker. A subagent may work in a different real estate office. A
listing broker or subagent can assist the buyer but does not represent
the buyer and must place the interests of the owner first. The buyer
should not tell the owner’s agent anything the buyer would not want
the owner to know because an owner’s agent must disclose to the
owner any material information known to the agent.
IF THE BROKER REPRESENTS THE BUYER: The broker
becomes the buyer’s agent by entering into an agreement to represent
the buyer, usually through a written buyer representation agreement.
A buyer’s agent can assist the owner but does not represent the owner
and must place the interests of the buyer first. The owner should not
tell a buyer’s agent anything the owner would not want the buyer to
know because a buyer’s agent must disclose to the buyer any material
information known to the agent.
IF THE BROKER ACTS AS AN INTERMEDIARY: A broker may
act as an intermediary between the parties if the broker complies with
The Texas Real Estate License Act. The broker must obtain the
written consent of each party to the transaction to act as an
intermediary. The written consent must state who will pay the broker
and, in conspicuous bold or underlined print, set forth the broker’s
obligations as an intermediary. The broker is required to treat each
party honestly and fairly and to comply with The Texas Real Estate
License Act. A broker who acts as an intermediary in a transaction:
(1) shall treat all parties honestly;
(2) may not disclose that the owner will accept a price less
than the asking price unless authorized in writing to do so
by the owner;
(3) may not disclose that the buyer will pay a price greater
than the price submitted in a written offer unless
authorized in writing to do so by the buyer; and
(4) may not disclose any confidential information or any
information that a party specifically instructs the broker in
writing not to disclose unless authorized in writing to
disclose the information or required to do so by The Texas
Real Estate License Act or a court order or if the
information materially relates to the condition of the
property.
With the parties’ consent, a broker acting as an intermediary between
the parties may appoint a person who is licensed under The Texas
Real Estate License Act and associated with the broker to
communicate with and carry out instructions of one party and another
person who is licensed under the Act and associated with the broker
to communicate with and carry out instructions of the other party.
If you choose to have a broker represent you, you should enter into
a written agreement with the broker that clearly establishes the
broker’s obligations and your obligations. The agreement should
state how and by whom the broker will be paid. You have the right
to choose the type of representation, if any, you wish to receive.
Your payment of a fee to a broker does not necessarily establish that
the broker represents you. If you have any questions regarding the
duties and responsibilities of the broker, you should resolve those
questions before proceeding.
1.03 Acres / Loop 1604, West of Babcock Road
Real estate licensee asks that you acknowledge receipt of this information about brokerage services for the licensee’s records.
Buyer, Seller, Landlord or Tenant
Date
Texas Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen are licensed and regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). If you have a question or
complaint regarding a real estate licensee, you should contact TREC at P.O. Box 12188, Austin, Texas 78711-2188 or (512) 465-3960.
1370 Pantheon Way, Suite 110
San Antonio, Texas 78232
Phone (210) 496-5800 Fax (210) 496-5809
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