A fantastic development site containing 2.55 acres fronting West Broadway, Hwy 68 in Campbellsville, Ky. This site offers excellent highway visibility, ingress/egress directly behind the new Dollar General Store at the signalized light at Hwy 68 and Federal Place. This site is zoned Highway Business with utilities available.
This site is well suited for a hotel, restaurants, service businesses and may have the potential of mixed use development for multi-family residential.
SIGNS: permitted for this site
TRAFFIC: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet traffic count in 2009 in front of Federal Place (Hwy 68 at Light Station # 14) is 15,532, with other studies estimating 16,100. As we speak, the transportation cabinet is in the process of updating these records. This light station # 14 is the second or third highest traffic count in the county. The other higher counts would be at Lebanon Avenue and Broadway, the other at North Columbia and Broadway.
POPULATION: 18,387 within 5 miles, 28,357 within 10 miles, 40,219 within 15 miles. Taylor County 2015 population was 25,420 while Campbellsville was 11,237. Also, the 2010 US Census Inflow/Outflow Report has 5,646 (53.6%) people employed in Taylor County but living outside the county, 4,891 (46.4%) people living and working in Taylor County, and 3,509 (41.8%) living in Taylor County and employed outside the county. Forty-two percent (42%) of Taylor Regional Hospital’s 731 employees commute into Taylor County each day and 46% of their admissions are from outside Taylor County.
PER CAPITA INCOME: 2010 - $18,014 (US Census Quick Facts), Median Household Income $ 35,378
UTILITIES: All utilities are on site, i.e., water, sewer, electricity and natural gas. Topography is elevated and level, sites will require minimal preparation time and expense.
AREA FEATURES: 1.4 million visitors per year to Green River Lake, 3,500+ students at Campbellsville University, plus families and friends who visit sporting events and other school related events. Lindsey Wilson University, 2011-12 enrollments of 2,600 students, located in Columbia, Kentucky 18 miles away. In fact, these families often travel to Campbellsville for lodging and dining while visiting students
HOTELS: Holiday Inn Express, Best Western and Amazon who employee 650-800 temporary workers (September-December) who camp in motor homes at a site just ½ mile away.
LABOR MARKET AREA: 60 mile radius, Campbellsville is a destination hub for retail, medical, education, recreation, etc… choices outside this radius would travel to Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, Lexington or Louisville, Kentucky. http://www.thinkkentucky.com/EDIS/CMNTY/Prntbl_All.aspx