This 169,398 square foot shopping center is situated on +/- 20.18 acres of land and is a collection of four outparcel buildings, 15,720 square feet of inline shop space, 34,766 square feet of junior anchor space including Party City® and Half Price Books®, and is anchored by a 90,360 square foot Academy Sports + Outdoors®. The center is approximately 95% leased with over 85% of the existing tenants being national brand retailers. The site is located at the SWQ of I-35W and Rendon Crowley Road in Burleson, Texas. According to U.S. Census data, the population in a three-mile radius of this location has increased by over 244% since 2000. The city lies 12 miles south of downtown Fort Worth, inside the greater Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
The DFW Metroplex is the largest metropolitan area in Texas, the largest in the South, and fourth largest in the U.S. with a population of 7,399,662 according to the 2017 U.S. Census official estimate. Overall, DFW is the 17th largest metro economy in the world and has a gross metro product exceeding $300 billion. Burleson is appealing because of its easy proximity to the Metroplex, low taxes, family-oriented environment, and an outstanding school system. I-35W and State Highway 174 come together in the center of Burleson, funneling traffic from neighboring satellite communities to the south. Due to its proximity to Fort Worth and the convergence of these major arterials, many national retailers have chosen Burleson as the southern retail gateway to the western portion of the DFW Metroplex.
McAlister Square has over 1,000 feet of frontage along I-35W, which boasts a daily traffic count of over 110,000 vehicles per day. There is over one million square feet of retail located along this one-mile corridor including national retailer brands like Sam’s Club®, TJ Maxx®, Conn’s®, Michaels®, JCPenney®, Lowe’s®, Academy Sports + Outdoors®, Albertsons®, Best Buy®, Ross®, Kohl’s®, and hundreds of small shop retailers and restaurants. With a critical mass of national retailers and exceptional daily traffic, this regional retail hub ensures long-term stability for McAlister Square.