Phase 1 of Weiser Business Park is underway at 21904 Hwy. 290, Cypress, the former site of the privately owned Weiser Air Park. Three Class A industrial buildings totaling 557,490 square feet are planned for this phase of development, which is slated for completion in the second quarter of 2022.

Commercial real estate developers with Trammel Crow Co. have broken ground on the project in partnership with Clarion Partners LLC, a real estate investment management firm, officials announced in a Sept. 8 news release.

“Weiser Business Park is located in the heart of the northwest industrial submarket, an ideal distribution point for companies in the ecommerce, consumer goods and home building industries due to the proximity to the Woodlands, Katy and the growing master-planned communities of Bridgeland and Towne Lake,” Jeremy Garner, principal with Trammel Crow Company’s Houston office, said in a statement.

Trammel Crow officials said the project’s design and location are intended to “minimize the interaction between car and truck traffic.” Weiser Business Park will be accessed via a new extension of Fallbrook Drive between Huffmeister Road and Hwy. 290.

The 130-acre property is located near Carl’s BBQ, Cypress VFW Post 8905, Cypress Creek Baptist Church, HCA Houston Healthcare North Cypress and several hotels, among other businesses. Cy-Fair High School, Arnold Middle School, a Cy-Fair ISD transportation center and the school district’s police department are located just west of the project.

The first three buildings constructed will be 75,890 square feet, 223,400 square feet and 258,200 square feet, respectively, with more than 600 parking spaces among the three. A fourth building is scheduled to break ground in early 2022, adding approximately another 520,000 square feet of industrial space.

“Our delivery of a project of this scale in a great infill location, coupled with the site’s frontage and direct access to 290, will appeal to industrial tenants that are seeking proximity to customers and high-exposure for their brands,” Garner said.

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