Walmart Outparcel North Lauderdale


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Walmart Outparcel North Lauderdale


McNab Rd
North Lauderdale, FL 33068

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Property Type: Land
Price: $850,000-$2.25M
Listing Status: Sold


Land parcels are priced as follows: Lot 1: SOLD, Lot 2:SOLD, Lot 3: SOLD, Lot 4: SOLD, Lot 5: SOLD, Lot 6: SOLD. These parcels being offered for sale and development are located directly in front of the new Super Walmart of over 185,000 square feet which opened in February and are directly located on West McNab Road.  The five outparcels range in size from 1.1 to 1.2 acres each and can be developed for many different retail uses including fast food, banks and other retail and service uses. The approx. 4.5 acre land parcel is located immediately adjacent to the Super Walmart and can accommodate up to approximately 45,000 square feet of buildings. This is a great opportunity for an owner/developer or investor to purchase prime real estate immediately adjacent to the world’s largest and most successful retailer. 


The five outparcels for development are located on the south side of West McNab Road, approximately 1/8 of a mile west of Rock Island Road.  This property provides an extraordinary amount of exposure to the approx. 40,000 vehicles per day passing this site as well as great visibility on one of the most highly traveled roads in western Broward County.

Additional Information Site Highlights Demos/Traffic
Lot Size: 1.12 acres-4.46 acres

Incredible Visibility to W. McNab Road

Immediately Adjacent to 185,000 SF Super Walmart

Great Opportunity for Retailers, Owners, Developers or Investors

Maximum Exposure to Vehicular Traffic


  Population Households Pop % Growth Income
  2011 2011 1990-2011 2011
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Traffic Data (Source: FDOT)
McNab Rd East of SW 81st Ave  41,000
SW 81st Ave North of McNab Rd  18,000
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