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6511 Burnet Ln, Austin
New Development Opportunity in Central Texas. Currently lying in North Austin and Zoned CS-MU-CO-NP, interested parties will retain flexibility to fit their development plans. Located in North Austin, 12 mins from the Domain and 15 min from Downtown Austin. the location represents a major development opportunity. Potential development for this site is envisioned as Mixed-Use, Office, Retail, Restaurant, Hospitality and Recreational use.
- MLS® #1327203
- Year Built1971
- TypeCommercial Sale
- Sub-TypeIndus Bldg-Warehous/R&D
- UtilitiesElectricity on Property, Internet-Cable, Internet-WiFi, Phone on Property
- Parking Spaces9
- RoofComposition Shingle, Aluminum
- ConstructionAluminum Siding, Composition Shingle, Industrial, Metal Siding, Stone Veneer
- Address6511 Burnet Ln
- RegionAustin - North Central
- SubdivisionDodson Add
- Zip Code78757
- HeatingCentral Heat
- CoolingCentral Air
- # of Stories1
Property Listed by: Team Price Real Estate
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