500 Center Point Road, Weatherford, TX (Active)
500 CENTER POINT ROAD
AT I20 & NEW EAST LOOP
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Approximately .61 acres next to the Southwest Hard Corner of Interstate 20 and the New East Loop at Center Point Road. 75,000+ car count and strategically located between Hudson Oaks and Weatherford. Near new HEB and WalMart
Adjacent to the HARD CORNER! 1.5 +/- acres at I-20 on the southwest (highest) corner of the new Center Point Bridge and East Loop interchange. Within 1 mile of Wal-Mart, New HEB Grocery, City Lights Theater, Splash Kingdom Waterpark, Urban Air Adventure Park, multiple apartment complexes including the new 300+ unit Creekside At Hudson Oaks and new access roads extending to the east and west now complete.
Visit ParkerCountyTransportation.com and view Precinct 4 tab for full information on the area improvements and the extension of the new East Loop (Ric Williamson Highway)..
The proposed project completes the interchange and provide access for all traffic movements between I-20 and Center Point Road and provide continuous one-way frontage roads extending eastbound and westbound between E. Bankhead Drive and Hudson Oaks Drive. A new Center Point Road Bridge has been completed.
This lot is the southwest (high) corner of the new I-20 and East Loop Interchange in Parker County sitting between Hudson Oaks and Weatherford City limits.
At $56 million, the East Loop is the largest project of the 2016 transportation bond program. It is a continuation of the Ric Williamson Memorial Highway from Interstate 20 west of Weatherford to FM 51 north of Weatherford and will connect to Interstate 20 between Weatherford and Hudson Oaks at the current Center Point Road locations.
With funds leveraged from the state with the 2008 bond, the new I-20 Interchange at Center Point Road will provide motorists more efficient options when traveling through the east side. Along with the interchange, new frontage roads will be built along I-20 from Hudson Oaks to Weatherford.
In the center of the explosive growth of Parker County, TX just 20 minutes west of the DFW Metroplex.