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Post Oak Mall

College Station, TX

www.postoakmall.com
1500 Harvey Road, College Station TX 77840 - 979.764.0060
Total Number of Stores: 120 Total Acreage: 87± Total Building Area (GLA): 774,922 Total Trade Area (2018 est.): 491,141

Featured Stores

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Contacts

Leasing Contact

Russell Petty

Senior Leasing Manager

972.539.3927

russell.petty@cblproperties.com

Specialty Leasing Contact

Justin Burgdorff

Specialty Leasing Manager

979.329.7077

Justin.Burgdorff@cblproperties.com

General Manager

Paul Loy

General Manager

979.329.7078

paul.loy@cblproperties.com

Advertising Contact

Brad King

Marketing Director

254.776.6638, x261

brad.king@cblproperties.com

Marketing Contact

Brad King

Marketing Director

254.776.6638, x261

brad.king@cblproperties.com

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Property Facts

  • Post Oak is the only super regional shopping center within a 75-mile radius.
  • The property's primary trade area is comprised of 13 counties.

Trade Area Facts

  • College Station is home to Texas A&M University, one of the country's largest, boasting an enrollment of 64,300 students, more than 21,000 faculty & staff and a payroll of $672.5 million.
  • TAMU contributes $1.3 billion to the local economy with an overall impact of $3.3 billion. Blinn College enrolls and additional 15,000 students.
  • College Station is ranked 2nd nationally on Forbes Magazine's 2019 list of the "Best Small Places for Business and Careers."
  • College Station was ranked #3 for "Best Cities in the US for Career Opportunities" and "Best Cities for Working Parents" by SmartAsset's 2019 study.
  • In 2019 Niche.com ranked College Station #12 nationally for "Cities with the Best Public Schools" (up from #17 in 2017) and #23 in "Best Cities to Live in America" (up from #28 in 2017).
  • College Station-Bryan was ranked the "Best Performing Small Metro in Texas for 2018," nationally ranking #22 by the non-profit think tank The Milken Institute.
  • College Station is the nation's sixth-fastest growing city, ranking #6 overall and #4 in terms of midsize city growth according to WallHub's 2018 study of 515 US cities over 15 key metrics.

Demographics (2018)

Population Trends Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
2023 Projection 308,901 222,461 531,362
2018 Estimate 284,906 206,235 491,141
2010 Census 250,491 181,011 431,502
2018 - 2023 % Change 8.42% 7.87% 8.19%
Income Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median HH Income $51,133 $57,673 $53,813
Average HH Income $65,075 $72,698 $68,199
Age Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median Age 37.7 44.8 41.3