Park 8Ninety

Format
Full

City
Missouri City

State/Province
TX

Country
USA

Metro Area
Houston

Project Type
Industrial Facility/Park

Location Type
Inner Suburban

Land Uses
Industrial
Lake
Warehouse

Keywords
Distribution warehouse
Flex Industrial
Multiuse business park
Public-private partnership
Stormwater retention
Suburban infill

Site Size
127 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2018

Date Opened
2018

Park 8Ninety is a 127-acre business park in Missouri City, Texas, just southwest of Houston. Ultimately, 1.8 million square feet of warehouse and flex space is planned, beginning with a speculatively built first phase of 439,704 square feet in three buildings with high ceilings and wide column spacing. Existing tenants include distributors and manufacturers, many serving nearby hospitals or the building trades.

The infill site has excellent highway access but had been overlooked because it was entangled by multiple utility easements that made drainage difficult. The municipality of Missouri City worked with developer Trammell Crow to implement an off-site stormwater detention strategy that raised the site’s elevation and created a new recreational lake at an adjacent city park.

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Format
Full

City
Missouri City

State/Province
TX

Country
USA

Metro Area
Houston

Project Type
Industrial Facility/Park

Location Type
Inner Suburban

Land Uses
Industrial
Lake
Warehouse

Keywords
Distribution warehouse
Flex Industrial
Multiuse business park
Public-private partnership
Stormwater retention
Suburban infill

Site Size
127 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2018

Date Opened
2018

Website
http://park8ninety.com/about

Address
521 U.S. 90-A
Missouri City, TX 77489

Developer
Trammell Crow Inc.

Equity partner
Artis Real Estate Investment Trust

Owner
TC Houston Industrial Development Inc.

Broker
Boyd Commercial

Architect
Powers Brown

Civil engineer
Sappington Engineering LLC

Interviewees
Scott Elmer, assistant city manager, Missouri City
Joe Esch, economic development director, Missouri City
Dan Muniza, vice president of development and management, Trammell Crow Company Industrial Group
Allen Owen, mayor, Missouri City
J. Mark Sappington, president, Sappington Engineering LLC
Stacie Walker, director of communications, Missouri City