Catylist ID: #30001201
Rangeline Crossing Availability
Vacant Land for Sale
|Catylist Listing ID:||30001201|
|Property Subtypes:||Office, Retail, Self Storage|
|Gross Land Area:||1 - 20 Acres|
|Sale Price:||$3 - 15 PSF|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller|
Overview / Comments
Rangeline Crossing is an exciting new retail development located in the heart of the Tillman’s Corner area of south Mobile County, in Mobile, Alabama.
The City of Mobile, Alabama is undergoing an economic boom; the largest and fastest period of growth since World War II. Several new industries have invested or announced their intentions to invest in this city, and Mobile is consistently ranked at the top of lists for growth and potential growth from many different publications:
In March 2014 Mobile made WalletHub’s Top 150 Best Cities to Start a Business, landing the No. 22 spot.
February/March 2013 – fDiIntelligence. Mobile was one of only two cities to receive two awards from the international business magazine fDi Intelligence, a publication of Financial Times.
In September/October 2012 Mobile was named an Editors’ Location Pick by Business Facilities in a feature spotlighting up-and-coming locations.
In Summer 2012 Southern Business and Development named Mobile one of its Top 10 successful aviation and aerospace clusters in the South.
In 2012 Milken Institute named Mobile one of the Best Performing Cities. Mobile’s performance in job and wage growth earned the Port City the 34th spot in Milken Institute’s annual list of Best-Performing Cities of the nation’s top 200 metro areas.
Mobile was forecast to have the fastest growing economy over a five-year span (2008-2012) among 363 American metropolitan areas according to Moody’s Economy.com. This ranking, along with other recent accolades for the city, are due in large part to the cultivation of multiple economic sectors.
In April 2012, Forbes.com ranked Mobile among the 200 largest MSAs in its Best Places for Business Careers. Projected economic growth and projected job growth earned Mobile the Number 5 spot.
Business Facilities magazine ranked Mobile Number 8 among national metros for Top Logistics / Distribution / Shipping Hubs for 2011.
In April 2011, fDi Magazine ranked Mobile Number 10 among small cities in its first “America’s Cities of the Future 2011/2012.”
In Winter 2011, Mobile was named a “Comeback Kid” by Southern Business and Development, because of jobs generated by Austal and ThyssenKrupp.
Business Week and Moody’s Economy.com ranked Mobile Number 13 out of America’s 25 Next Recovering Job Markets based on anticipated 2010 first quarter job growth.
The Economist featured Mobile’s optimism about its economic future. The author also mentions recent rankings by Moody’s.com and Forbes.com as well as the city’s efforts to reconnect with Cuba.
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|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
John P. Vallas, Jr.Vallas Realty, Inc.
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