Waste management company sublets office in Westchase

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billiard factory, a Houston-based retailer of pool and gaming equipment and home entertainment furnishings, has sold its 27,987 square foot distribution center at 8440 N. Sam Houston Parkway West and is leasing it while its new facility at distribution is completed in Tomball in early 2023 Cary Latham and Hunter Stockyard of NAI Partners represented the Billiard Factory. Travis Land of NAI Partners represented the buyer.

ralco houston purchased 4.8 acres on South Persimmon Street in the Tomball Business and Technology Park in Tomball for a 45,500 square foot distribution center for the Billiards Factory in Phase I. The facility could be expanded by 20,250 feet squares in phase II. Randy Nerren of NewQuest Properties represented the buyer. Tom Condon Jr., director of Colliers in The Woodlands, represented the seller, Tomball Economic Development Corp.

GFL Environment, formerly Waste Corporation of Texas, has subleased 5,901 square feet of office space at Two BriarLake Plaza, 2050 W. Sam Houston Parkway South. Dan Boyles and Michael Mannella of NAI Partners represented the subtenant. Wyatt McCulloch and CBRE’s Lucian Bukowski represented the sub-owner.

Based in Houston US real estate investors (ARI) has purchased a portfolio of two properties totaling 329 units in the Spring Branch area from Star Pacific Enterprises. Frisco-based Worldwide Commercial’s Jerad Rector and Tyler Bynum negotiated the transaction. Built in the 1960s, the apartments consist of Campbell Grove, a 185-unit complex at 1515 Campbell Road, and Woods of Spring Grove, a 144-unit complex at 7901 Amelia Road. The properties contain one-, two-, and three-bedroom units and amenities like a fitness center, swimming pool, and dog parks.

29th Street Capital purchased Venue Museum District, a 224-unit apartment at 5353 Fannin, Hines. The deal represents the company’s 16th acquisition in Houston.

Orthopedic Associates leased a 7,043 square foot office at 2600 N. Loop West. Zach Leger of NAI Partners represented the tenant. Bill Insull of Lee & Associates represented the owner.

the Jenkins organization acquired Chesnut Bay RV Resort and Campground, Chesnut Bay Resort and Pirate’s Bay Waterpark in Leesburg, Ala. The acquisition marks the Houston-based company’s 12th RV resort since launching the Great Escapes RV Resorts brand in 2019. The resorts are geared toward short-term vacationers.

DePeuter Packaging Solutions purchased a 13,650 square foot property at 103 Riley Road, Building B. Jack Gaffney, Jason Gibbons and Doc Perrier with Finial Group represented the seller, Dominant Development.

Nitya Capitala Houston-based real estate investment firm founded by Swapnil Agarwal, announced the launch of a $500 million real estate investment fund, its first ever, to invest in multifamily, student housing and other commercial assets across the United States. The company is raising funds, with an initial target of $200 million, for Nitya Opportunity Fund I.

Your house leased 1,106 square feet at Oak Bend Medical Practice at 1601 Main St., Richmond. Dani Allison of Resolut RE represented the tenant. Madison Marquette’s Marti Grizzle represented the owner.

American commercial capital leased 2,500 square feet at 5151 Mitchelldale. Julie Combs with JC Realty represented the tenant. Justin Harrity represented the owner, Hartman Income REIT.

Office Express/Print Plus Graphics purchased the 1,450 square foot veterinary clinic building at 10323 S. Gessner from South Gessner Pet Services. Carol Rosborough of United International Realty represented the buyer. Lisa Rimkus of Davis Commercial represented the seller. The building will be converted into offices.

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