The first phase of the Gateway Southwest Industrial Park includes Building 1, a 131,560-square-foot, front-load facility with 26 dock doors and Building 2, a cross-dock design with 217,440 square feet and 60 dock doors. Phase II will consist of Building 3, a 176,800-square-foot, front-load facility providing 36 dock doors. Each of the park’s three buildings have been designed to support single- or multi-tenant configurations that feature a 32’ clear height, 52’ x 40’ column spacing, 60’ speed bays, ESFR sprinkler systems and T-5 warehouse lighting. The park also incorporates 130’ truck courts and generous trailer and vehicle parking.

“We are pleased to launch this premier new development in the growing area of Missouri City, Texas, with our joint venture partner, USAA Real Estate Company,” remarked Jeff Stringer, Vice President of Conor Commercial Real Estate. “Located in one of the most dynamic industrial markets in the U.S., Gateway Southwest Industrial Park offers a strategic location and unmatched visibility along Beltway 8 and U.S. 90. This superior location, coupled with new and contemporary industrial space, will make this development an attractive option for a variety of business operations.”

Cadence McShane Construction Company and Powers Brown Architecture will provide the design/build construction of this multi-phase industrial development. Tom Condon, Jr. of The Woodlands office of Colliers International represented the seller of the land parcel while Edward Bane, SIOR, and Jon Michael of NAI Houston represented Conor Commercial / USAA Real Estate in the acquisition of the property. Bane and Michael will also serve as exclusive marketing agents and represent ownership at the new industrial park development.

For additional information about Gateway Southwest Industrial Park, please contact Bane (713.985.4613 / ebane@naihouston.com) or Michael (713.275.9622 / jon.michael@naihouston.com) or visit the property’s web site at www.GatewaySouthwestHouston.com.

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