Anzalduas Market at Sharyland Plantation
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The Anzalduas Marketplace at Sharyland Plantation is being created by the construction of the new Anzalduas International Trade Bridge and Highway. The newly constructed Anzalduas Highway located adjacent to the Texas/Mexico border will bisect Sharyland Plantation. This new international gateway is located in Mission, Texas, near the rapidly expanding City of McAllen. The Anzalduas International Trade Bridge links Monterrey, Mexico with Mission-McAllen MSA.

Hunt Valley Industrial I, L.P. (“Hunt Valley Development”), along with Kimco Realty and Drexel Realty Partners are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity to gain the first advantage into one of the most promising retail environments in the country - The Anzalduas Markeplace at Sharyland Plantation.


The total trade area, as defined by Jeff Green Partners, has a population of 806,960.

Retail expenditures for the primary trade area are currently estimated at $7.877 billion annually (growing 36.7% to $10.767 billion over the next five years).

The close proximity of wealthy Mexican National shoppers is turning this once quiet area of the Rio Grande Valley into a retail powerhouse. Precedence has already been established by the incredible success of the existing retailers in the area who have realized the strategic advantages of being located in this region.

The commercial synergy, prime access and proximity to Mexico make the Anzalduas Marketplace at Sharyland Plantation the ideal location to capture the lucrative Marketplace potential in the Rio Grande Valley.


The Anzaldaus Highway corridor, located within Sharyland Plantation, is the newest port of entry between the United States and Mexico. The eight mile corridor begins at U.S. Expressway 83, progresses south through Sharyland Plantation and then crosses the U.S. Mexico border near Reynosa, Mexico. Monterrey, a mere 90 minutes from Reynosa, is a great source of wealth with an affluent shopping population destined for U.S. retail Marketplaces.