Beltway North Commerce Center

  • Houston’s Industrial Projects Fly Off the Shelves

    In one of Houston’s most lucrative industrial submarkets, ownership can change as soon as a project gets off the ground. Denver-based Amstar announced recently that not long after it had started working on its 352,680-square-foot Beltway North Commerce Center, the firm entered an agreement with an anonymous buyer to sell the building.

    Houston 01 June 2015 05:07

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