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Aquila Markets Hutto Industrial for Lease

Aquila Commercial is marketing Innovation Business Park III in Hutto for lease on behalf of Titan Development. Omar Nasser, Blake Patterson and Leigh Ellis, SIOR will represent the property on behalf of Aquila.

Innovation Business Park III is a part of the larger multi-tenant Innovation Business Park in Hutto. Businesses in the park include Western Industries, BryComm, and Paradigm Metals among others. Innovation Business Park III broke ground in the first quarter of 2020 and is set to deliver in shell condition in Q4.

The 151,710-square-foot Class A industrial building is 62% pre-leased to EDC Moving Systems. An additional 58,347 square feet is currently available for lease.

Hutto is particularly appealing for industrial tenants, AQUILA says, since it offers a Triple Freeport exemption on qualified inventories and is actively engaged with the Foreign Trade Zone of Central Texas.

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