Houston: Jackson-Shaw Announces the Development of Northeast Crossing Urban Industrial Park
Feature Photo: Artist rendering of the project by Jackson-Shaw.
Houston (Travis County) — Jackson-Shaw, a national real estate development company headquartered in North Texas, has announced the development of the Northeast Crossing urban industrial park in Houston’s northeast submarket.
It is located on the northeast corner of Wallisville Road and Shadrack Street near the Wallisville Road intersection with U.S. Route 90/Crosby Freeway. Completion is expected in the second quarter of 2023.
Northeast Crossing is 27.45 acres and will consist of one building totaling 424,404 square feet with a cross-dock configuration and 420 feet in depth. The typical bay at Northeast Crossing is 56 feet by 50 feet, with truck courts of 130 to 185 feet and ample trailer parking.
“Houston industrial had a robust 2021, achieving new levels to close a great year. Demand remains well ahead of supply, and given the tenants in the market pipeline, this trend is expected to continue,” said Grant Pearson, vice president of development at Jackson-Shaw. “We’re confident the strategic infill location of Northeast Crossing will be a welcome addition for e-commerce and supply chain companies.”
Diamond Realty Investments, Inc. is the equity partner. Rosenberger Construction is the general contractor, with Powers Brown as the architect, Kimley-Horn as the civil engineering firm and Comerica as the lender. CBRE’s Jason Dillee and Nathan Wynne are managing the leasing assignment.
Edited from press release.