Crow Holdings Industrial, the industrial development division of Dallas-based Crow Holdings, broke ground on a 349,050 square foot Class-A cross-dock tilt-wall distribution building in Houston, Texas.
According to the national developer of warehouse, distribution and fulfillment properties, the property is strategically located in the heart of Houston's southeast industrial submarket, serving the needs of the rapidly expanding petrochemical industry and the Port of Houston. The site provides convenient access to Highway 225, Beltway 8, Highway 146 and Fairmont Parkway, allowing connectivity to all areas of the petrochemical and Port of Houston complex.
The project, called Victory Commerce Center, will feature state of the art features including 32' clear height, 185' foot truck aprons, ample car parking, and outside storage. Delivery is slated for the 1st quarter 2019. The Colliers team of Jon Lindenberger, Walter Menuet and Paul Dominique will market the property for CHI. Mr. Lindenberger also represented CHI in the transaction.
"We are excited to kick off this project and offer a modern state-of-the-art distribution facility to a wide range of industrial users serving the expanding petrochemical and Port of Houston industries," said Managing Director Cory Driskill.
"My first year at CHI has included notable milestones, all supported by the incomparable Crow Holdings platform. I appreciate the support and entrepreneurial spirit of Crow Holdings and our partners as we get this new project underway and look forward to leading our efforts in the region, to contributing to the growth of this business, and to honoring the Crow family's legacy in industrial development,” Driskill added.