The project is being called the "Hutto Mega TechCenter," and it will be located just south of Highway 79.
HUTTO, Texas — A new 188-acre industrial park is coming to Hutto.
Titan Development and the City of Hutto announced Wednesday that the development company purchased the land late in May for the planned park. It's being called the "Hutto Mega TechCenter," and it will be located just south of Highway 79.
The master plan for the industrial park includes buildings ranging from 200,000 square feet to over a million square feet, according to a release.
This isn't Titan Development's first project in the area. In October 2017, the development company broke ground on Innovation Business Park and fully developed the park in three years. After that, the company purchased an additional 100 acres to expand the industrial park.
"We're thrilled with the success current developers and businesses such as Titan are already seeing here, as well as the continued growth and prosperity Hutto will enjoy in the coming years," Hutto Economic Development Corporation Chairman Mike Arismendez said. "Hutto is strategically building a culture in which area businesses support each other's needs, their customers, and perhaps most importantly the Hutto community."
The planned park is just down the road from the massive $17 billion semiconductor factory Samsung is building in neighboring Taylor, highlighting technology companies' interest in Central Texas.
Hutto ISD also recently accepted a tax incentive application from California-based Applied Materials for a $2.4 billion semiconductor research and development lab, according to a report by Community Impact. Back in April, an attorney for HISD told the news outlet that accepting the application was only the first step in a long process and was not final.