Conor Commercial Real Estate, a member of The McShane Companies, and joint venture partner, USAA Real Estate Company, are pleased to announce the Phase I completion of Gateway Southwest Industrial Park – a multi-building development, strategically located in Missouri City, Texas, a southwest suburb of Houston.
Situated on 36 acres at the interchange of Beltway 8 and U.S. 90 Alternate, the industrial business park provides significant visibility along these major transportation corridors, together with direct access to the greater Houston area via the Beltway 8, SH-69, Interstate 10 and the newly-opened Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road.
Available for immediate occupancy, Phase I of Gateway Southwest Industrial Park is comprised of two Class A, speculative industrial buildings designed and constructed to provide optimal warehouse and distribution environments for single- or multi-tenant configurations. Building 1 is a 131,560-square-foot front-load facility with 28 dock doors and divisibility to 31,460 square feet. Building 2 offers a cross-dock design with 217,440 square feet and 66 dock doors featuring tenant suites from 54,360 square feet. Both facilities include a 32′ clear height, 52′ x 40′ column spacing, 60′ speed bays, and ESFR sprinkler systems. The business park also incorporates 130′ truck courts and generous trailer and vehicle parking.
The second phase of development at Gateway Southwest Industrial Park will consist of Building 3, on a site that can accommodate up to 176,800 square feet for a best-in-class industrial/logistics facility and is available for immediate build-to-suit opportunities.
“Conor Commercial and our development partner, USAA Real Estate Company, are pleased to deliver this Class A speculative development within the dynamic industrial market of Southwest Houston” remarked Jeff Stringer, Vice President of Conor Commercial Real Estate. “We are confident that this prominent location and unmatched visibility along Beltway 8 and U.S. 90 Alternate will provide tremendous advantages and cost-saving benefits to businesses looking to relocate or expand within this robust submarket.”
Edward Bane, SIOR, and Jon Michael of Bridge Commercial Real Estate represented Conor Commercial / USAA Real Estate Company in the land acquisition, and serve as exclusive marketing agents and owner representatives at the new industrial business park. Cadence McShane Construction Company and Powers Brown Architecture provided the design/build construction services for Phase I of the development.
For more information about Gateway Southwest Industrial Park, contact Ed (832.942.7732 or email@example.com) or Jon (832.942.7732 or firstname.lastname@example.org), or visit the property’s website at www.gatewaysouthwesthouston.com.