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Industrial park sold in heart of I-35 corridor

Colony Industrial, the industrial real estate arm of Colony NorthStar Inc., has bought the Enterprise Industrial Park for $52.1 million. Enterprise Industrial Park, at 17745 Lookout Rd. in Schertz, consists of two Class A light industrial buildings totaling 639,797 sf. The buildings are 88 percent leased to nine tenants with a weighted average lease term […]

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Industrial park expansion announced in Comal County

Titan Industrial Park, which straddles the boarder of Schertz and Selma, has announced a new addition to the 125-acre site. Local firm Titan Development, along with Atlanta-based Robinson Weeks Partners, will be adding a fourth, 187,000-square-foot building to the park, which will be intended for multi-tenant use.

Robinson Weeks builds on industrial success with new 359,000-sf Schertz development

Atlanta developer Robinson Weeks Partners has announced its third industrial development for the Titan Industrial Park in Schertz — and is planning for all three to be a charm. Through a joint venture with Titan Development, the two companies have plans for a 359,200-square-foot cross-dock distribution building for the 124-acre park, which is already home […]

Canadian investment trust ramps up San Antonio industrial buys with Schertz FedEx facility

It has been a busy week in terms of investment activity in San Antonio, and a recent FedEx facility industrial acquisition is the next in line. As part of an eight-property portfolio that is 100 percent leased to the transportation and shipping heavyweight, Canadian investment trust Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust (PIRET) has secured $98.8 million in financing […]

Two area retail centers purchased by Kotel Investments

Kotel Investments, Inc. recently purchased Judson Plaza (18,750 sf) located at 9160 FM 78 in Converse and Bell North Park (20,400 sf) located at 17361 Bell North Drivein Schertz. Both retail properties are located in the Northeast sector. Kotel Investments recently inked two deals for the two remaining spaces at Judson Plaza — a Chinese restaurant of 1,250 […]

Industrial development gearing up in San Antonio area

Albuquerque-based Titan Development recently announced plans for Titan Industrial Park located on 124 acres at Enterprise Avenue and Lookout Road in the far Northeast San Antonio satellite community of Schertz. Plans call for up to two million square feet of industrial space.  Titan reportedly has one entity already lined up for the park.  A real […]

Baptist opens emergency hospital in Schertz

Baptist Emergency Hospital opened a new facility in Schertz — the first fully licensed hospital within the city limits. The 24-hour facility is located at 16977 I-35 North at the Schertz Parkway intersection. The facility spans nearly 40,000 square feet and features eight inpatient rooms, seven emergency exam rooms and one triage room. The Schertz facility is the fifth such facility that […]

Verde Enterprise Business Park lands Amazon.com fulfillment center

To increase its same-day delivery capabilities, Amazon.com plans to construct a 1.26 million-square-foot warehouse in the Verde Enterprise Business Park located in the City of Schertz – a satellite community to the northeast of San Antonio along the Interstate 35 corridor.  To help land the $166-million distribution warehouse, the Schertz Economic Development Corp. and Guadalupe County approved approximately $7.6 […]

Sysco opens Schertz distribution center

  Sysco, one of the largest food service companies in the world, is now operating out of its new 630,970-square-foot  distribution center on Schwab Rd. off I-35 in Schertz.  The distribution center features warehouse space (225,000 sf), cooler space (93,000 sf) and freezer space (137,000 sf). The distribution center currently employs 550 people, who were moved from Sysco’s former […]