Satsuma Station Industrial Park is a world class, 115 Acre Logistics, Distribution and Industrial Park located in the Northwest area of Houston, TX, one of the country’s largest and fastest growing economies. This master planned, multi-modal distribution complex is designed to handle cargo from rail and freight with speed and efficiency.
Centrally located adjacent to US-290, Hempstead Highway and State Highway 6, and within four miles of Beltway 8 and Hwy 249, Satsuma Station is strategically located to facilitate logistics to the city, the region and beyond. Additionally, rail access from Union Pacific Rail Road will minimize travel time between regional industrial hubs throughout the country.
Whereas most modern industrial parks in this area are lacking in flexible, developable land, Satsuma Station offers one of the few remaining opportunities for tenants with unique or large land requirements. Whether business is conducted locally, regionally, nationally or around the world, Satsuma Station Industrial Park offers a central location in the industrial corridor of Houston with flexible designs and a unique set of amenities for any tenant with complex logistics, warehousing or distribution needs.The Project
Satsuma Station Industrial Park will encompass nearly 115 Acres, with an 11 acre regional detention pond and utilities through M.U.D. 188. The park is deed restricted to maintain a quality business environment for the tenants inside. The first major tenant within the park will be FedEx Freight, who will occupy a 154,000 sf cross dock freight facility on 44 acres, to be developed by PinPoint Commercial.
The park was created with logistics in mind. Every parcel is designed to accommodate standard and nonstandard building configurations, allowing for innovative development to solve the most complex needs. Buildings will be tilt wall and/or metal construction with extended clear heights and truck aprons.
When complete, tenants will be able to take advantage of a direct rail connection to the Union Pacific Rail Road. This will allow for a seamless transition between ships (coming from the nearby port of Houston), rail and ground freight.
Build to Suit and Design/Build opportunities are available for tenants who require as much as 400,000 sf or as little as 20,000 sf.The Location
Considered by many to be the most ideal industrial park location in Northwest Houston, Satsuma Station Industrial Park offers unequaled access to major thoroughfares leading to Austin, Dallas, San Antonio and beyond. The northwest Houston industrial sub-market is the city’s largest and continued rapid growth is anticipated over the next decade. Fronting Hwy 290, Satsuma Station provides excellent access to Interstate 45 and Interstate 10 via Beltway 8. Union Pacific Railroad offers an additional mode of transportation to occupants of Satsuma Station. Local and regional industrial companies will not find a better home for its new facilities than Satsuma Station Industrial Park.News
March 15, 2007 : PinPoint Commercial breaks ground on the construction of the regional storm water detention facility. May 10, 2007 Contract Awarded to REDDICO Construction Company to begin on-site utility construction project.
February 7, 2007 : A partnership led by PinPoint Commercial acquires land for Satsuma Station
November 16, 2006 : Satsuma Station and M.U.D. 188 develop plan to bring regional utilities to Satsuma Station Industrial Park.Links
PinPoint Commercial - www.pinpointcommercial.com
Greater Houston Partnership - The Partnership is the primary advocate of Houston’s business community and is dedicated to building regional economic prosperity. The Partnership comprises the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development and World Trade. Use this link for more information on demographics, regional development and commercial real estate news. www.houston.org
For access to news and events in the city of Houston. www.houstontx.gov
Greater Houston Port Bureau – For more information about the nearby Port of Houston and port of Houston Authority. http://www.portofhouston.com/
State of Texas - www.texas.gov
Texas Department of Transportation - www.dot.state.tx.us
Houston Port Region Economic Alliance - www.allianceportregion.com
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