Eagle Pass Crossing

Eagle Pass Crossing is a development that capitalizes on a trade area expanded by robust Texas-Mexico relations in Eagle Pass, Texas.
S. Bibb Street and Garrison Street
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Parking
Required: 228
Parking
Provided: 234
Parking
Ratio: 9.4/1000
Asset Type:
Shopping Center
Development Type:
Ground-up Development

Eagle Pass Crossing is a prime retail location with a variety of spaces available.

The city of Eagle Pass offers the fastest route between San Antonio and Mexico and facilitates easy international travel via three border crossing points. This rapidly expanding market has the resources to sustain great retail business, including an enthusiastic labor pool, well-maintained infrastructure, which includes two international bridges, an international railway, highway and port shipping, and strong cross-border relations and activity.

Importantly, Eagle Pass Crossing and Eagle Pass benefit from a vastly expanded trade area that includes Piedras Niegras, Eagle Pass' sister city that sits across the border in Mexico. The combined population of these two metropolitan areas is approximately 300,000. In addition, Eagle Pass benefits from daily traffic from Mexican nationals looking to shop in the United States. Weekly border crossings average 72,900, adding an additional 150,000 people to the Eagle Pass-Piedras Niegras population. This traffic is consistent, often due to 50% of local bank deposits in Eagle Pass coming from Mexican nationals. Overall, this "hidden economy" in Eagle Pass is comprised of affluent and middle-class Mexican Nationals, which in turn supports strong retail activity in the region.

Date Acquired
2013 May
Land Area
3.32 Acres
Building Lease Area
25,000 SF (proposed)

Area Demographics

Population (Eagle Pass)3 mile radius5 mile radius20 mile radius
2018 Estimate42,50250,69558,317
2023 Projection43,13751,70659,751
2010 Census38,95046,80854,085
2000 Census34,88841,49247,205
Projected Annual Growth 2018-20230.3%0.4%0.5%
Primary Market (within 60-mile radius)Population
United States
Maverick County (inc. Eagle Pass)54,258
Dimmit County (inc. Carrizo Springs)9,996
Kinney County (inc. Bracketville)3,598
Val Verde County (inc. Del Rio)48,879
Uvalde County (inc. Uvalde)26,405
Zavala Country (inc. Crystal City, La Pryor, Batesville)11,677
Total154,813
Mexico
Coahuila499,827
Total 654,640
Secondary Market (outside 60-mile radius but served by Highway 57)
Mexico1,388,941
Total Market Area2,043,581
Border Crossing 2017Source: A&M Tx Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development
Personal Vehicles2,666,130
Pedestrians858,701
Traffic CountsCars per day
S. Bibb Ave18,000