The Cane Island Parkway exit along Interstate 10 in Katy is tough to miss. A new Buc-ee’s, which boasts the world’s longest car wash, draws a seemingly endless flow of traffic off the freeway. Less eye-catching to the casual traveler, but much more interesting to commercial real estate professionals, is what’s next door: West Ten Business Park, Parkside Capital’s 460-acre master-planned development. Parkside recently sold the final 17.26 acres of West Ten to Insite Realty, a Houston-based commercial real estate company, and joint-venture partner Principal Real Estate Investors. “We were very excited to have the opportunity to buy this site,” says Rives Nolen, Vice President at InSite Realty Partners. Nolen went on to say, “It’s a well-established business park, and we think Parkside did an excellent job of creating an attractive corporate environment for businesses, clients, and visitors. The park has direct access to and from Interstate 10 via the Cane Island Parkway interchange and offers an abundance of amenities, including new roads, utilities in place and attractive landscape features. It also offers convenient access to nearby restaurants, hotels, shopping and, of course, Buc-ee’s.” Click to read more at www.rednews.com.