State Highway West 190 Frontage Property
Current as of November, 2016 Contact Information: E-mail: email@example.com
Property lease suitable for Bank Branch/Annex
The only banking facility on State Highway 190 is in Kempner; after that there are no banking facilities West of intersection FM 2657 and West 190 Copperas Cove bypass -- the small bank annex in Kempner is not readily available to traffic East of Kempner. In addition to typical traffic flow from Lampasas and Kempner there is heavy traffic volume East of Kempner from communities off FM 2808, CR4808, CR4804, CR254, CR255 and particularly Big Divide Road, and soon from the "The Valley of Great Hills Project" described here, to begin soon; and another single family housing development project described below makes this proposed location an ideal High-Visibility Preferred Frontage Property for a bank annex.
The Panoramic View illustration depicts the recent developments in progress for the immediate area of this property for lease. The west side vicinity, according to comments from the Copperas Cove Public Relations Office, is going to be "booming."
This Bank annex graphic depicts a small bank annex typically found in Harker Heights, Killeen, and Copperas with perfectly adequate property dimensions to accommodate one.
The Frontage View of the property for a small bank annex or branch
on the South side of State Highway 190 in Copperas Cove just a mile from
the beginning of the Copperas Cove bypass on intersection of Highway 190 and
FM 2657. The property is located West of and between Phil's Paint and Body
Shop and Jimmy Clark Property which is "The Valley of Great Hills Project"
This location is business-strategically ideal for the ever increasing
traffic volume from the direction of Lampasas, Kempner, and the up-scale
family housing on Big Divide Road. This highway frontage property is on the
right side or South of State Highway 190; perfect for conducting banking
business enroute to work in Copperas Cove, Fort Hood, Killeen, Harker
Heights, and etc.. Currently most casual or routine banking business with banks in
Copperas Cove is no longer a convenient "swing by on my way to work" because of the bypass highway.
It's my opinion that
the small bank annex that currently located in Kempner,
would definitely get more exposure and business if it was now located further East
of Big Divide Road, thus also capitalizing on the traffic that would
incorporate more traffic from Farm to Market roads, Big Divide road and soon the residents from The Valley of Great
Current emphasis is placed on an ongoing major construction developments
occurring soon: of significance is a family housing and retail development
project (The Valley of Great Hills) moving forward, contiguous to this
property; this is defined in illustrations, explanations, and citing
recent news (economic development corporation-EDC) affecting potential
construction in immediate area.
The property's size dimensions depicted here is approximately
150 feet x 180 feet. This size was viable for this bank annex for over 35
The frontage property promoted here meets and can exceed the physical
dimensions of a small bank annex or branch illustrated and used as an example
here. The frontage lease width is 200 feet x a depth of 200 feet or more
if required ( total tract depth is 1800 feet). Actual width is 378 feet,
but only 200 of that is for the lease - I am flexible on this. Consider
that the bank annex example I am using here was only 150 feet x 180 feet.
There are no structures on the property now. Leasing entity will have to
construct the structure -- a temporary or semi - permanent. The property is
zoned commercial B-5. The utilities infrastructure service is in place now
with a commercial 6 inch sewer connection, a water connection, and power
electrical lines on the property. I will accept a leasing contract for this
I will entertain a property retainer contract to hold the
property for an agreed period or modified proposals deviating from this
original plan. I can be contacted my e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org;
A Water Main line and a 6 inch commercial sewer line has recently been installed along Highway 190 on this property; this is conjunction with the of Valley of Great Hills Housing development Project moving forward that was initially suspended in 2008 and currently moving forward to provide the infrastructure for a 350 Single-family housing, a 20 Acre Multi-family housing project, and 45 Acres of Commercial Retail along State Highway 190.
- Strategic location
- High Traffic flow from Lampasas, Kempner, and Big Divide Road
- Lease Property infrastructure in place
- Water Line
- Two sided Two Panel (four total) Bill Board sign contigous to property.
- Major Highway visibility
- On The south side
Recent Development News impacting banking business along the highway frontage:
Major Housing and Commercial Development
Valley of Great Hills Housing Development Project
Continuation of Big Divide Road housing Development:
Big Divide Road housing Development; more residential single family-house development planned contingent on near-future CISD land annexation of LISD in discussion (see: Killeen Herald article on 18 May, 2016, section A5)
Lease Property infrastructure in place
Major Highway visibility
On The south side or right side traveling East
Frontage Lease Property Size: Section of Approximately 3 Frontage Acres
Frontage Width: Approximately 400 feet West to East
Depth: Approximately 300 feet, South to North
Location: Property is located 2 Miles West of Copperas Cove
on Hwy 190, on the West side of Phil's Paint& Body Shop.
Property Facts: A third of this frontage property could accommodate a viable, small convenience bank for transient vehicle banking business.
Note; The entire property tract is 16.5 Acres. The Highway Frontage area discussed here is Commercially Zoned B-5 and the depth is 8 acres.
As stated above currently the Valley of Great Hills Project Development moving forward with the city infrastructure in place.
Lampasas LISD Taylor Creek Elementary school is on Big Divide Road.
There has been discussions recently of an annexation or as part of CCISD. If I recall correctly, it was in the May 18 Killeen Herald this year, along with the article about a projected family housing development nearby on Big Divide Road.
The improved Big Divide Road is another area that is rapidly growing with continued development with upper-scale homes.
The following is a "Distribution List" of the different bank entities I have provided a hard copy to, whom I felt would have a vested interest in their near future expansion or growth.
National Banks of Central Texas, First State Bank of Central Texas, First Texas Bank, First National Bank, Extraco Banks, First State Bank of Central Texas, Union State Bank