Studio Estates, near Kyle, marketing its land and buildings to high tech industry.

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On a former cotton farm in Kyle sits a beautiful piece of land with expansive views and Hill Country charm.

At Studio Estates, David Cuddy has built a burgeoning business park, home development, movie studio complex and now tech center.

Cuddy’s 800 acres is prime real estate in one of the hottest markets in the country. It sits between two of Texas’ major cities, Austin and San Antonio and easily accessible via major highways.

Studio Estates has one brand new office building at 7212 Goforth Road ready to be leased to tenants. It’s 6,000 square feet of office space outfitted with high-speed Internet. The building can be divided up into offices with a conference room and a small kitchen area for a break room.

“We would like to have high tech businesses out here,” Cuddy said.

David Cuddy , owner of Studio Estates

Cuddy spends half his time in Texas managing the Studio Estates and the rest in his native state of Alaska. He spent 20 years a commercial banker and served one term in the Alaska State Legislature. He ran for the U.S. Senate in 1996.

The Studio Estates property is perfect for virtual reality, gaming companies, artificial intelligence, robotics, software and hardware development, internet web and app development, podcasting, co-working businesses and others in the high tech industry.
Another identical building next door is nearly fully leased.

One of the business parks at Studio Estates

Nestled in the countryside, Studio Estates seems like the perfect spot for the high tech industry. It’s a peaceful and gorgeous retreat that creative people love. And it’s perfect for digital nomads, people who telecommute and need professional office space. The site is easily accessible via Intrastate 35 or toll road 130 and highways 183 and 21. It’s only minutes away from Bergstrom International Airport and downtown Austin.

Cuddy, a producer and executive producer on a dozen films and a P&A investor on five films, currently manages Studio Estates. In 2015, he was going to build a $52 million studio complex on his land, but the project was halted due to the Governor of Texas not continuing the funding of the state’s film and TV incentives.

That 40-acre plot of land is ready to go for anyone interested in developing it.

Several movies have been shot on the location. And several commercials have also been filmed there including a recent one for Harley Davidson motorcycles.
In addition, Cuddy operates the Millennium Park, which has 10 warehouses that are rented by light industrial businesses. But there is room to expand with additional buildings.

The Noelle Business Park is the second phase of the business park development and it contains another ten warehouses that are almost all leased. There are a couple of warehouses available in that complex.

A housing development contains several beautiful brick custom built homes already and is almost fully occupied. Another 150 acres are primed are ready for additional homes. The housing complex includes a beautiful lake with some waterfront lots.

The Coyote Garden Hall serves as the events center for the area and is available for lease.

On a portion of the land, cattle still graze, and another tenant has leased land to house racehorses.

This is a sponsored post from advertiser Studio Estates. Please contact Raschell Spillers with Studio Estates at 512-668-4888 or for more information.