TCC, Clarion Expand Houston Industrial Park

Phase II of Fallbrook Pines Business Park will comprise the construction of two Class A, speculative industrial buildings, totaling 660,000 square feet, designed by Powers Brown Architecture.
Fallbrook Pines Business Park, Houston

Trammell Crow Co. and Clarion Partners have broken ground on the second phase of the 127-acre Fallbrook Pines Business Park in Houston. The project is slated for completion in November.

The first phase of Fallbrook Pines, totaling 709,000 square feet, was completed back in October 2015 and is now 100 percent leased to seven tenants. Phase II will comprise the construction of two Class A, speculative industrial buildings designed by Powers Brown Architecture. Totaling 660,073 square feet, the project will include one 291,606-square-foot cross-dock building and one 368,467-square-foot cross-dock building. Property features will include 32-foot clear heights, extra trailer parking and outside storage, wide truck courts, 52-foot wide column spacing, ample car parking and ESFR sprinkler systems. There are still 18 acres within the park available for a build-to-suit property or future phase if needed.

“We are very pleased with the success of the first phase and are confident tenants will continue to be attracted to the park’s true northwest location, proximity to major highways, and distinguished business park environment highlighted by unique architecture, new roads, and mature trees,” said Jeremy Garner, a principal with TCC’s Houston office, in a prepared statement. “Fallbrook Pines Business Park is the premier location for industrial tenants seeking new distribution space in Northwest Houston.”

Rosenberger Construction is serving as general contractor for the project. CBRE’s Senior Vice Presidents Faron Wiley and Joseph Smith will handle leasing for the property.

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