Philadelphia-based Arden Logistics Parks (ALP), Arden Group’s national logistics real estate operating platform, has awarded Stream Realty Partners a new leasing assignment for a 34-building business park located in Houston.
Stream, a national commercial real estate firm offering an integrated platform of services, will now oversee leasing activities for the recently rebranded North Park 34, an 865,000-square-foot industrial business park located on the northwest corner of the Beltway 8 and Hardy Toll Road intersection. Stream Houston Senior Vice President Boone Smith, Senior Associate Abraham Richardson, and Associate Meg Zschappel will serve as leasing agents. Analyst Jax Rawlinson will provide leasing support.
North Park 34 provides expedited access to Interstate 45, Interstate 69, and George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The business park offers an abundance of space layouts and configurations, with made-ready suites available for immediate occupancy. Suites at North Park 34 range in size from 1,500 square feet to 40,000 square feet. Grade level, semi-dock and dock-high loading configurations are available. The business park features on-site property management and is equipped with ample surface parking.
ALP acquired the asset in November 2021 and immediately began implementing institutional-quality capital upgrades to the building exteriors and tenant suites. Such improvements include a more traditional office/warehouse configuration, exterior painting of all 34 buildings, interior/exterior lighting package upgrades to energy-efficient LED fixtures, installation of drought tolerate landscaping to reduce water consumption, and full interior renovations to 21 vacant suites. The market response to these value-add improvements has resulted in the execution of 92 leases totaling 436,000 square feet in less than 24 months.