The master-planned business park, which is at I-10 and Cane Island Parkway Capital, Katy, sold a 17.25-acre land tract, Brett Walker, the executive vice president of Parkside Capital, said in a press release the park created thousands of jobs for the community and millions of dollars for the local economy.
Walker added the city of Katy and Waller County helped to attract national and international companies such as Igloo, Medline, Pepperl & Fuchs and Southern Glazier’s Wine & Spirits as well as other retail brands such as Buc-ee’s and CVS.
The land investment firm Parkside Capital purchased and developed West Ten Business in partnership with Dallas-based Stratford Land, per the release. John Simons, who is a partner and the director of Industrial Corporate Services for NAI Partners, and Holden Rushing, who is a senior associate with the ICS practice for NAI Partners, handled brokerage for the project.
The development team for West Ten included engineering by Jones and Carter, landscape architecture and design by KGA DeForest and land use consulting by META Planning & Design.