San Antonio: corn dogs and cowboy boots draw $253MSan Antonio: corn dogs and cowboy boots draw $253Mhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121032016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​SAN ANTONIO - A new Trinity University study indicates the cumulative economic impact from the 18-day San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo in 2015 was nearly $253 million.

According to Ticketmaster, approximately 45 percent of all rodeo ticket purchases are made by people who live outside of Bexar County.

Mario Gonzalez-Fuentes, assistant professor of marketing in the Department of Business Administration at Trinity, said the San Antonio rodeo is particularly appealing to international travelers “hungry for the true Texas experience.”

Last year’s exhibition drew stock show participants and family members from 249 of Texas’ 254 counties.

It also drew tourists from as far away as Germany, Italy, Iceland and Australia, all eager to experience a bit of Old West Americana.

The $253 million figure is greater than the projected annual sales tax revenue for San Antonio, Trinity officials said.
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio-New Braunfels
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Up for grabs in Plano: JCPenney on the hot marketUp for grabs in Plano: JCPenney on the hot markethttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120982016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​PLANO - For a building that’s more than 20 years old, J.C. Penney’s Plano corporate headquarters may wind up being the hottest property to hit the market in North Texas in many decades.

The big retailer has hired commercial real estate firm CBRE to find a buyer for its 1.8 million-sf head office complex located just west of the Dallas North Tollway.

Unlike in the early 1990s when the sprawling corporate campus was sitting in farmland, Penney HQ is now surrounding by the $2 billion Legacy West development —Texas’ biggest mixed-use real estate project.

And along with the Penney buildings, almost 40 acres of surrounding land is up for grabs where more construction can be done.

Penney’s campus is just across the street from where Toyota is building is new North American headquarters. 

FedEx Office has already opened its new world headquarters an adjacent site and JPMorgan Chase and Liberty Mutual Insurance are building huge new regional office centers next door.​
Dallas Morning News
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
http://bizbeatblog.dallasnews.com/2016/02/penneys-plano-campus-up-for-grabs-in-what-is-the-hottest-real-estate-market-in-the-state.html/Read more at the {Source}
NAI Partners: 4Q2015 Office Market, Economic Outlook not a 'V' but 'U'NAI Partners: 4Q2015 Office Market, Economic Outlook not a 'V' but 'U'https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120952016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​HOUSTON - With hope for a V-shaped recovery from the oil downturn gone, reality has settled in to a best case scenario of a U-shaped recovery.

While the oversupply of oil is recognized as the key variable driving oil prices down, the most recent drop in WTI is as much a result of the soaring value of the U.S. dollar, as the oil glut persists with little recent change in supply of the commodity. The strengthening dollar is also reducing U.S. exports.

Forecasts are for the oil prices to begin to turn around in mid to late 2016, but oil forecasts are less than stellar in their performance.

4Q posted 1.1 million sf of net absorption, a demand for office space that was on par with historic 4Q performance. Yet, total annual net absorption was only 3.1 million sf, making 2015 the 8th slowest year since 2000.

Leasing activity in 4Q2015 was down to 2.7 million sf, significantly lower than historic 4Q levels of 4.4 million sf.

Leasing activity in 4Q brought total annual leasing activity to 12 million sf, the second lowest year of office leasing in the past 16 years.

Low net absorption, along with 3.9 million sf of new deliveries, increased vacancy in 4Q to 14.4 percent.

Availability is at a 16-year high of 19 percent, which includes 7.9 million sf of sublease space. Still another 8.8 million sf of construction have yet to deliver (with yet unknown vacancies), suggesting increases in supply under weakened demand for 2016.

With Houston’s office market clearly in the falling phase of market cycles, attention turns to a favored tenant market and increasing landlord concessions.

Analytic forecasts of NAI Partners indicate that the falling phase of Houston’s office market cycle will continue through 2016, bottoming out in mid to late 2017 with vacancies reaching peak levels of 17 percent.

NAI Partners
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land

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Under construction: Edinburg reaches $139.5M in 2015Under construction: Edinburg reaches $139.5M in 2015https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121002016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​​​​EDINBURG - Construction and related building activities in Edinburg totaled more than $139.5 million in value in 2015, almost $20 million ahead of the figure reached in 2014 ($120,522,212), the Edinburg Economic Development Corporation has announced.

For the month of December 2015, all construction activities totaled more than $11.7 million, also ahead of the pace for the same month in 2014, which came in at almost $7.4 million. 

The value of construction of new homes during 2015 led all year-to-date categories, amounting to almost $48 million, compared with more than $35.7 million during 2014.

The top categories in Edinburg during 2015 were:
  • $47,969,918– Single-family residences new construction
  • $27,756,178 – Commercial new construction
  • $24,519,797 – Non-taxable new/alterations 
  • $18,761,863 – Commercial alterations
  • $14,314,122 – Multifamily residences new construction
  • $6,237,533 – Residential alterations
​*Not included in the 2015 figures are the $24,519,797 of non-taxable new/alterations made to government, religious, and The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley or its School of Medicine.
Edinburg Economic Development Corporation
http://edinburgedc.com/construction-activities-in-edinburg-for-2015-reach-139-5-million/Source: {Source}
GEPAR: El Paso area home sales Jan. 2016GEPAR: El Paso area home sales Jan. 2016https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121072016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​EL PASO - The Greater El Paso Association of Realtors (GEPAR) has released home sales data for January 2016. Data released Feb. 10, 2016.​

  • The median price of existing single-family homes increased to $125,000, up 0.0 percent from December 2015.
  • Existing single-family home sales decreased 23.8 percent from December 2015 for a January 2016 total of 278 sold units.
  • Condos increased in price to $103,000, up 53.7 percent from December 2015.
  • Existing condo sales increased 14.3 percent in January 2016 from December 2015 for a total of 16 sold units.
Select zip codes are represented below along with statistics from the GEPAR MLS area as a whole.

Greater El Paso Association of Realtors (GEPAR)
El Paso
http://www.terradatum.com/marketdata/GEPAR/index.html?year=2016&month=1Source: {Source}
Houston: despite sliding oil prices, mid-range housing holds its ownHouston: despite sliding oil prices, mid-range housing holds its ownhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120922016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​HOUSTON - Despite the downturn in the energy industry, Houston’s housing market made it through January relatively unscathed.

On a year-over-year basis, single-family homes sales declined slightly, total property sales and total dollar volume were flat and average and median sales prices rose.​

Single-family home sales decreased just 2 percent year over year to 4,024, the Houston Association of Realtors reports. ​

Houston's housing inventory has held above a 3.1-months supply since May 2015, climbing to a 3.5-months supply last summer and settling at a 3.3-months supply in January. 

​​​That compares to a 2.5-months supply in January 2015. For perspective, the national supply of homes reported by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) currently stands at 3.9 months.​

Houston Association of Realtors
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land

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ABoR: Austin area home sales Jan. 2016ABoR: Austin area home sales Jan. 2016https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121012016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​AUSTIN - The Austin Board of Realtors has released home sales data for January 2016.

Below is a sample of the entire report released February 10, 2016.

Quick facts include:

  • ​The median price of existing single-family homes decreased to $254,499, down 4 percent from December 2015 to January 2016. 
  • Existing single-family home sales decreased 38.2 percent from December 2015 for a January 2016 total of 1,230 units sold. 

Austin Board of Realtors
Austin-Round Rock

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San Antonio: Victory Packaging sells 440,000-SF propertySan Antonio: Victory Packaging sells 440,000-SF propertyhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120692016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​SAN ANTONIO - Victory Packaging has sold its facility at 1610 Cornerway Blvd. to Denver-based Industrial Property Trust.

The Houston company, which manufactures and distributes packaging products for moving and storage companies, will remain the sole tenant of the 440,000-sf property as part of the sale-leaseback agreement.

The facility, which spans more than 18.3 acres in Northeast San Antonio, was built in 1990 and was under Victory Packaging's ownership since 2003.
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio-New Braunfels
http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/news/2016/02/05/transaction-action-lunch-crowds-rejoice-salata.htmlRead more at the {Source}
Walmart ties new neighborhood laces in ConverseWalmart ties new neighborhood laces in Conversehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121082016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​CONVERSE, BEXAR COUNTY - Walmart has broken ground on a Neighborhood Market that will add 95 jobs to the area.

The store, which will include a pharmacy, will be at the intersection of Toepperwein Rd. and Kitty Hawk Dr.

Construction of the store is expected to cost almost $3.7 million, according to filings with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

Walmart has recently revealed plans for four Neighborhood Markets in San Antonio.

The Neighborhood Market format is less than a fourth the size of a supercenter and carries a smaller selection of merchandise such as clothing and electronics.
San Antonio Express-News
San Antonio-New Braunfels
http://blog.mysanantonio.com/sashoptalk/2016/02/walmart-neighborhood-market-planned-for-converse/Read more at the {Source}
Houston's Uptown 'ad'Vantage with 40-story residential towerHouston's Uptown 'ad'Vantage with 40-story residential towerhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121022016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​HOUSTON - A major apartment developer is planning to build a new 40-story residential tower in Uptown, according to public records filed with the City of Houston.

The Dinerstein Cos. submitted plat documents to the city’s planning department for a residential tower called Vantage. The project is planned for 1.53 acres at the northeast corner of Post Oak Blvd. and San Felipe Rd. in Uptown.

The owner of the land is Class A Investors Post Oak, a limited partnership that was registered to John Caltagirone, the chief investment officer of The Dinerstein Cos.

The podium-style tower, designed by Gensler, will feature two floors of retail; seven floors of parking, including two underground; an indoor and outdoor amenity deck on the seventh floor and 32 stories of residential space, according to a building elevation.

The luxury apartment developer, which has built several wood-frame midrise apartment across the Bayou City, told the Houston Business Journal last year that it plans to develop more high-rise apartment towers.

In January 2015, The Dinerstein Cos. broke ground on its first luxury apartment tower near the Texas Medical Center. The 22-story, 375-unit high-rise—dubbed The Millennium Tower—was the tallest project the company had announced in its more than 50-year history.

Houston Business Journal
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/morning_call/2016/02/new-40-story-residential-tower-planned-for-uptown.htmlSource: {Source}
Clear Lake City 'prepares to launch' Phase II of communityClear Lake City 'prepares to launch' Phase II of communityhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120912016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​​HOUSTON - Trendmaker Homes plans to deliver 86 new homes this fall as part of the second phase of construction at its new community in Clear Lake City.

The community, dubbed The Reserve at Clear Lake City, is the first new home development for the southeast Houston suburb in two decades.

Once completed, it will offer 740 residences in traditional and patio home styles, located along Space Center Blvd., just east of Ellington Field near Beltway 8 and the Gulf Fwy.

Phase II of construction, which is slated to begin this month, will focus on traditional homes on 70- and 80-foot lots, ranging from 3,285 to 5,090 sf. Trendmaker will offer 29 different floor plans ranging from four to five bedrooms, starting in the low $500,000s.

The community opened in July 2015, with the first phase of construction including 165 high-end homes, a mix of traditional single-family and patio homes on 55-, 70- and 80-foot lots. The companies have sold 65 homes and closed on 21 homes in phase I across both product lines.

Phase III will focus on patio homes and homes on 55-foot lots. 

Trendmaker purchased the 372-acre site in 2013 from Fidelis Realty Partners, which is developing a large shopping center anchored by an H-E-B grocery store on about 40 acres adjacent to The Reserve at Clear Lake City.

Executives said there was pent-up demand for new homes in the southeast Houston suburb, which was originally developed to support employees at the Johnson Space Center in the 1960s.

Houston Business Journal
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2016/02/11/phase-ii-of-constructionto-begin-at-clear-lake.htmlSource: {Source}
Squared away: Arbor Square office asset sold in AustinSquared away: Arbor Square office asset sold in Austinhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120872016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​AUSTIN - ​​​Arbor Square, a 50,836-sf, multi-tenant office asset in Austin has sold. 

Arbor Square I & II consists of two storefront-style office buildings and was 90.2 percent occupied at closing.

Arbor Square is located at 12885 Research Blvd. in the Northwest Austin submarket.

The Class B asset was developed in 1984 and renovated in 2007.

Los Angeles-based Entrada Partners purchased the asset from California-based AMC Investments. 

Austin-Round Rock
http://rebusinessonline.com/cbre-capital-markets-sells-arbor-square-office-asset-in-austin/Read more at {Source}
Oil downturn drags down Houston office, multifamily constructionOil downturn drags down Houston office, multifamily constructionhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120932016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​​​​HOUSTON - Houston is still among the busiest cities nationally for office and multifamily development, but construction starts fell by double digits in 2015.

The Bayou City ranked No. 9 on a list of the top U.S. metro regions with the most construction starts for office and apartments by dollar volume in 2015, according to Dodge Data and Analytics.

Local developers broke ground on office and apartment projects worth nearly $4 billion in 2015. That represents a 28 percent drop from the nearly $5.6 billion in construction starts Houston saw in 2014.

In fact, Houston had the biggest decline in office and multifamily construction starts among the top 20 most populous cities in the country. 

Nationally, commercial and multifamily developers broke ground on $162 billion in new projects, up 8 percent year over year.

As energy companies announce bankruptcies, job cuts and budget reductions during the oil slump, apartment developers are stalling new project development.

Annual multifamily permitting in Houston fell 21 percent year over year this past December, according to Axiometrics Inc. 

​Houston and Washington, D.C., were the only two major cities among the top ten largest metros nationally with falling multifamily permitting.

The top ten cities for office and multifamily construction starts:
1.    New York City: $34.9 billion
2.    Miami: $6.3 billion
3.    Dallas: $6 billion
4.    Chicago: $5.9 billion
5.    Washington, D.C.: $5.9 billion
6.    Los Angeles: $5.8 billion
7.    Boston: $4.7 billion
8.    Seattle: $4.2 billion
9.    Houston: $4 billion
10.    Denver: $3 billion

Houston Business Journal
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land

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528K-SF Gateway Industrial Park rises in Missouri City528K-SF Gateway Industrial Park rises in Missouri Cityhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121052016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​MISSOURI CITY - NAI Partners will manage a new 36-acre business park underway on the southern side of the Houston area on U.S. 90-A at Beltway 8.

The two-phase project, called Gateway Southwest Industrial Park, will have 527,800-sf of industrial space when both phases are complete.

Phase I of the park consists of Building 1, a 131,560-sf front-load facility and Building 2, a 217,440-sf cross-dock facility. 

As part of Phase II, Building three will be developed as a 176,800-sf facility providing a front-load configuration.

Ed Bane and Jon Michael of Bridge Commercial Real Estate are handling leasing at Gateway Southwest Industrial Park.

Realty News Report
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land
http://realtynewsreport.com/2016/02/12/new-industrial-park-in-houston/Read more at {Source}
Texas is top dog in U.S. exports for 14th straight yearTexas is top dog in U.S. exports for 14th straight yearhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120852016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​TEXAS - ​A recent U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) report ranks Texas as the top exporting state in the nation for the 14th consecutive year.

The Lone Star state had more than $251 billion in goods exported in 2015, accounting for more than 16 percent of U.S. good exported during the year. 

Texas also topped California in high-tech exports for the third straight year, exporting $6.3 billion more in high-tech goods than California.

The BEA, reporting export data for the entire United States, said that for 2015, the goods and services deficit for the country was $531.5 billion, up $23.2 billion, or 4.6 percent, from 2014.

Exports were $2.2 trillion, down $112.9 billion, or 4.8 percent.

Imports were $2.8 trillion, down $89.7 billion, or 3.1 percent.

Austin Business Journal
http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/news/2016/02/10/texas-tops-nation-in-new-trade-ranking.htmlFor the Bureau of Economic Analysis's full report, visit bea.govRead more at {Source}
Anadarko to open West Texas man camp despite oil setbackAnadarko to open West Texas man camp despite oil setbackhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120882016-02-12T06:00:00Z

​MENTONE - Anadarko Petroleum Corp. is set to open a new workforce housing facility, akin to what has been dubbed a man camp, near El Paso. The facility is nearer to Odessa by the map.

The 77,180-sf facility, located in Mentone, is capable of housing 200 Anadarko employees and contractors, according to a statement from Anadarko's general contractor and property manager Target Logistics, which has its operational headquarters in The Woodlands.

The timing counters the trend of man camps in the Bakken and Utica shale plays turning into ghost towns as cash strapped oil and gas companies wind down their drilling activities.

In September, vacancy rates in Williams County, ND—in the heart of the Bakken—reached 70 percent, according to a Bloomberg report.

To maintain production in the Eagle Ford, producers made use of hotels in the region, although Halliburton did cancel its extended-stay contract with InstaLodge Hotel & Suites in Cotulla in the first half of 2015.

But Anadarko sees prospects in the Delaware Basin in West Texas.

"We have about 600,000 gross acres in the most prospective area of the Delaware Basin, estimated recoverable resources of more than one billion barrels of oil equivalent," said Stephanie Moreland, spokesperson for Anadarko. "The new facility provides quality accommodations for our current number of employees and contractors, and we have the flexibility to expand in an improved commodity-price environment to support potential growth in future years."

Houston Business Journal
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/blog/drilling-down/2016/02/anadarko-petroleum-to-open-west-texas-man-camp.htmlRead more at {Source}
From Philly to Dallas, Sunoco HQ makes the moveFrom Philly to Dallas, Sunoco HQ makes the movehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120992016-02-11T06:00:00Z

​​​​​DALLAS - One of the country’s oldest petroleum companies, Sunoco LP, has quietly become the newest corporate headquarters win for Dallas.

Through its parent, Energy Transfer, Sunoco has leased nearly 121,000 sf along North Central Expressway and is relocating here from its longtime home in Philadelphia.

It has leased all of 8020 Park Lane, which brokers say is the first multitenant office building developed along North Central Expressway in more than 15 years.

Along with four floors of office space, 8020 Park Lane has street-level retail, with tenants like J Crew and DXL.
D Magazine
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
http://realestate.dmagazine.com/2016/02/sunoco-moving-corporate-hq-from-philly-to-dallas/Read more at {Source}
It's crystal clear in Pasadena: Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water bottling it upIt's crystal clear in Pasadena: Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water bottling it uphttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120792016-02-11T06:00:00Z

​​​​PASADENA - California-based CG Roxane LLC, the owner and manufacturer of bottled Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water, is developing a 260,000-sf water bottling facility. 

The plant is poised to generate $41.9 million in annual economic impact for Pasadena, according to a study conducted by Houston-based CenterPoint Energy. 

In terms of development costs, the company is spending $60 million for the 20-acre project.

​Crystal Geyser water bottling plant is being built at the intersection of Leesa Lane and Genoa Red Bluff Rd in Pasadena.

The first phase of the facility is poised to deliver in May 2016. The project broke ground in summer 2015, said Paul Davis, director of the economic development for the City of Pasadena.

The project will be completed over the course of five to seven years in two phases, with each phase comprising of 130,000 sf of development, according to a CG Roxane release.​

​The location was chosen for of its proximity to the Houston market, skilled workforce, high-water quality and pro-business government.
Houston Business Journal
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/morning_call/2016/02/water-bottling-plant-to-be-economic-boon-for.htmlRead more at {Source}
Nearly 1K homes sold in Corpus Christi’s 78414 in 2015Nearly 1K homes sold in Corpus Christi’s 78414 in 2015https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120822016-02-11T06:00:00Z

​​​CORPUS CHRISTI - A sold sign sits outside of a new home under construction Rancho Vista subdivision. The Southside’s 78414 ZIP code saw the most home sales in 2015 with 911 homes.

The 78414 was the place to move in 2015.

Nearly 1,000 homes were sold last year in the ZIP code—an area of the deep Southside from Holly Rd to large portions south of Oso Creek, and from S. Staples St east to Oso Bay. 

It was the No. 1 ZIP code for total closed home sales in 2015, according to an annual overview on Corpus Christi's housing market, based on data reported in the Coastal Bend Multiple Listing Service.
The ZIP code with the second-highest closed home sales in 2015 was the 78418—the area that includes the island and Flour Bluff—here there were 703 home sales last year, according to the report.

In third place is 78413—what some would likely consider the traditional Southside, from Holly Rd to slightly south of Oso Creek, bound by S. Staples St and the Way Out Weber area—with 426 closed sales.

Behind that, there was the 78410—the Calallen area—and the 78412, near Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, bound between Ocean Dr and Holly Rd. The 78410 saw 350 closed sales, and the 78412 had 301 closed sales, the report shows.

The top five ZIP codes for closed sales also showed some of the city's the highest median prices, the uppermost range being the 78414, which saw a $212,500 median home price in 2015, up by 25.1 percent since 2011, when median home prices in the ZIP code were $169,900. 

Of the five ZIP codes, the lowest of the median home prices $132,200 in the 78412 ZIP code, a 26.4 percent increase since 2011.​
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Corpus Christi
http://www.caller.com/news/building-our-future/growth/nearly-1k-homes-sold-in-corpus-christis-78414-in-2015-2af4854e-3f99-50bc-e053-0100007f47ea-368100921.htmlRead more at {Source}
San Antonio: Pure Hot House sprouts 60,000-SF distribution centerSan Antonio: Pure Hot House sprouts 60,000-SF distribution centerhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120972016-02-11T06:00:00Z

​​SAN ANTONIO - Greenhouse vegetable grower-shipper Pure Hot House Foods Inc.’s new distribution center is now operational.

The 60,000-sf facility was built in response to an uptick in business in the southern United States.

The company also announced it expects to begin harvesting vegetables at its new 25-acre greenhouse near its Leamington headquarters this spring.

The San Antonio facility features fully insulated cooler panels and new eco-friendly technologies.

It is expected to create more than 100 jobs.
The Packer
San Antonio-New Braunfels
http://www.thepacker.com/news/pure-hot-house-finishes-san-antonio-facilityRead more at {Source}

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