Latest Project Marks 1.2 MSF in Houston Under Construction in Third Quarter
October 03, 2019
Houston – Transwestern Development Co. (TDC®) today announces it has broken ground on Sam Houston Distribution Center, an 833,720-square-foot, Class A industrial park in Northwest Houston. The three-building park is slated for delivery in second quarter 2020. TDC Partner Ben Newell is leading the development, while Transwestern Commercial Services is handling the leasing.
“With Sam Houston Distribution Center underway, TDC has now broken ground on five buildings in Houston encompassing 1.2 million square feet in the third quarter,” said Newell. “Houston’s industrial market continues to become more integrated into the national logistics chain due in part to the growing synergies of its inland and ocean ports
Located near Sam Houston Race Park at Wind Mill Park Road and Fallbrook Pines Drive, the property provides convenient access to Beltway 8 and Highways 249 and 290. The front-load and cross-dock buildings range from 138,720 square feet to 494,800 square feet and can accommodate users from 35,000 to 833,720 square feet. The ceiling heights range from 32-feet to 36-feet to accommodate the higher racking system used by today’s sophisticated industrial users. National users in nearby projects include Amazon, Serta, Foxconn, Aramark, The Home Depot, and Siemens.
In addition to the three distribution buildings, the site offers land for added trailer storage or a build-to-suit opportunity. The property features abundant car parking and trailer stalls with the option to expand.
Earlier in the third quarter, TDC broke ground on Stafford Crossing, a 334,200-square-foot distribution property at 11325 – 11329 Cash Road in Stafford. The two-building site is located directly off Highway 90 with convenient access to Highway 59 and Beltway 8.
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Transwestern Development Co. (TDC®) is a diversified business with expertise in all commercial property types. The firm executes projects through a variety of venture and contract structures and has been creating commercial landmarks for itself, its partners and valued customers throughout the U.S. since 1978. TDC operates as a principal, investing capital alongside its institutional equity partners in the development of speculative and build-to-suit projects, and as a fee developer for clients and user-owners. Part of the integrated Transwestern enterprise, the firm capitalizes on the market insight and operational expertise of its affiliates, which include a diversified real estate services firm with 34 U.S. offices and a real estate investment management company. For more information, visit transwesterndevelopment.com.