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Port keeps lessees coming back for morePort keeps lessees coming back for morehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=165692017-05-16T05:00:00Z2017-05-16T20:25:00Z

​PASADENA​ – ​The southeast continues to be one of Houston’s most active industrial submarkets due to its proximity to the Port of Houston and the nearby petrochemical boom, which provide strategic advantages for the submarket and its users. 

In first quarter 2017, the submarket recorded more than 1.8 million sf of positive net absorption, according to JLL research.

One recent example of favorability with tenants is the 68,833-sf industrial renewal by Wrist USA Inc. at East Belt Business Park, 1485 East Sam Houston Parkway. 

Built in 2007, the 118,000-sf Class A industrial warehouse building is located in Houston’s southeast industrial submarket.

In addition to its direct access to Sam Houston Parkway, it is near Hwy. 225—the main thoroughfare to the Port of Houston.

Based in Pasadena, Wrist USA Inc. is a general ship supplier and offers services including purchasing, consolidation, and distribution of provisions and various stores required by vessels.
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​See Houston quarterly Industrial Market Research from a variety of sources.

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