Buildings In Mason Creek Corporate Center Will Range From 45,000 to 121,000 Square Feet
Transwestern announced the acquisition of 30 acres in the Mason Creek Corporate Center for a five-building, 384,900-square-foot speculative industrial project.
With construction set to start in early November, the development will be built in a single phase for delivery in the third quarter of 2013 with a variety of building types to meet the needs of various tenant types.
The project is in the 110-acre Mason Creek Corporate Center, a master-planned development by Parkside Capital, LLC. The project site is on Park Row along the north side of the corporate center, which is at the northeast corner of Interstate 10 and Mason Road about a mile east of the Grand Parkway.
The Transwestern project will consist of five buildings with a variety of rear-load and cross dock and clearances of 24- and 28-feet ranging from 45,000 to 121,000 square feet. The architect is Munson Kennedy Partnership.
The I-10 west corridor has historically been the strongest path of growth in the Houston region, but there is a lack of high-quality, modern industrial space, said Pete Johnston, Transwestern’s senior vice president of development services.
Johnston, along with Carleton Riser, managing director of developments services, and Steve Kilcrease, vice president, are spearheading the design and development effort for Transwestern.
Transwestern acquired land for the development from Parkside Capital for an undisclosed amount. Transwestern was represented by Bob Berry of Jones Lang LaSalle on the land acquisition and Parkside handled the transaction directly on behalf of its venture.
In another Mason Creek development earlier this month,Myers Crow & Saviers Ltd. broke ground on Mason Creek Office Center,
a 135,716-square-foot spec office building at 21420 Merchants Way.