Growing HVAC product supplier finds new home in Houston’s hottest industrial submarket
HOUSTON, TX – January 13, 2020 – Stream Realty Partners (Stream), a national real estate services, development, and investment company, is pleased to announce that it represented Winsupply of Houston in the tenant’s 65,650-square-foot lease transaction at Cole Creek Business Park (8708 West Little York Road) in Houston. Winsupply’s new location will accommodate their need for a larger, more functional distribution facility to meet the increasing demand from their customers.
“Winsupply’s growth as a company is a testament to the work they have done to become an industry leader,” said Heath Donica, Associate at Stream. “Their new location in Cole Creek will be a first-class facility in a premier business park within Houston’s Northwest submarket. We are honored to have helped Winsupply find and create a facility that will set them up for continued success and growth.”
The Northwest submarket—Houston’s largest industrial submarket—is bullseye for businesses looking to maximize exposure to rooftops and transportation efficiency. Located near the intersection of 290 and Beltway 8 in the heart of the Northwest submarket, Cole Creek Business Park offers Winsupply the prime location they desire, as well as the opportunity to expand their footprint by 30 percent, while at the same time doubling their racking capacity and tripling their loading capabilities.
“We are in a strong and emerging marketplace. Specifically, as an essential business that continues to perform at or above market expectations year-over-year,” said Jason Greagrey, President of Winsupply. “In an effort to best serve our customers, we felt this was the right time for us to invest again in our business and improve our workspace, not just for the efficiency gains of a new and larger space, but for our hard-working employees who deserve a top-notch facility with a great company like Winsupply.”
Stream Houston industrial brokers Donica and Tyler Maner represented Winsupply in the transaction, while Faron Wiley from CBRE represented the landlord, Clarion Partners.