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Seeberger Architecture Designs Warehouse and Distribution Facility in Houston’s Northwest Area


Huntington Industrial Partners, based in Denver, has joined with Cypressbrook Development Company, based in Houston, to develop a 168,425 square foot cross-dock warehouse and distribution facility in Houston’s Northwest area. Located in Humble, Texas within half a mile to Bush Intercontinental Airport, the building will have easy access to Houston’s Eastex Freeway, Sam Houston Parkway and Humble Westfield frontage roadways.

Designed by Seeberger Architecture, the building will feature a 28’ clear height, 50’ x 53’ column spacing, ESFR sprinkler system, with 130’ truck courts and 39,000 square foot outside storage. This front load configured building will contain 38 overhead truck dock doors for convenient access for single or multi-tenant users.

In addition to the practical aspects of this facility, the contemporary design delivers a sleek curb appeal with aluminum canopied entrances, an ample parking lot and truck court areas.

EE Reed Construction is the general contractor and delivery is scheduled for December 2015.

Huntington Industrial Partners (HIP) is an industrial real estate operating company with a strategic focus on acquiring and developing industrial properties in select U.S. markets. Recently HIP announced the opening of a Houston office of operation through a joint venture with Cypressbrook Development Company with their home office in The Woodlands, Texas.

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