Pinnacle Capital Picks Up Texas Retail Asset

The some 31,200-square-foot shopping center is 15 miles northwest of downtown Houston and is 71 percent leased.
Northwood Village. Image via Google Street View

Pinnacle Capital has bought the 31,245-square-foot Northwood Village retail center in Houston from a private investor for $2.7 million, according to public records.

Acquisition financing included a $1 million loan from a private investor equity and a $2 million acquisition loan from Third Coast Bank SSB, according to an investment memorandum from the buyer.

The shopping center is located at 8100-8140 Antoine Drive, roughly 15 miles northwest of downtown Houston, in Inwood North neighborhood. The 2.5-acre property sits across the street from a Dollar General-anchored retail center and is currently 71 percent occupied.

Philip Levy of Marcus & Millichap marketed the property on behalf of the seller, while also securing and representing the buyer. Earlier this year, Levy was involved in a 5,000-square-foot medical office sale in Texas, representing both buyer and seller. The building is fully leased to Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation.