United Equities in the News
Houston developer buys 12 acres in NW Houston for spec industrial project
By: Cara Smith – Reporter, Houston Business Journal Yet another chunk of competitive northwest Houston land has been scooped up by a local developer looking to add more industrial properties to the submarket. Houston-based United Equities, a local developer that focuses on retail, industrial and office developments, acquired two parcels totaling 12 acres in Satsuma Station Industrial Park, a 115-acre business park developed by Houston-based Pinpoint Commercial in the early 2000s...
Buyer plans new eight-acre Pasadena business park
By Dylan Baddour, Houston Chronicle Houston-based real estate developer United Equities plans to develop a industrial business park on eight acres it purchased recently in Pasadena. NAI Partners represented United Equities in the acquisition of the land at Beltway 8 and Wood Drive for an undisclosed price. That site will be home to the planned Beltway-225 Business Park. Phase one of construction calls for two ten-ton crane ready industrial facilities, 21,000 square feet and 18,500 square feet, respectively, with an additional 3.6 acres for build-to-suit development. CBRE represented the seller, Wodan Real Estate Co Read online at Houston Chronicle
Food and fitness for Bellaire
By Katherine Feaser, Houston Chronicle The former Earthman Funeral Home in Bellaire and a neighboring mid-century building will get a new use as a retail redevelopment that will bring neighborhood options for food and fitness. United Equities, a local company with several Bellaire properties, acquired the buildings in the 6700 block of Ferris a few months ago. The properties are a couple of blocks from the planned two-story H-E-B grocery store. Work is under way to transform the 10,500-square-foot funeral building into a multi-tenant space including Define fitness studio, set to open in April...
Bellaire retailers shuffle space to make way for new H-E-B
By Katherine Feaser, Houston Chronicle Several businesses being displaced by H-E-B's new and expanded Bellaire store have found new spots close to home. The shopping center in the 5100 block of Bissonnet near South Rice is being torn down to make way for a two-story H-E-B grocery store, the latest sign of a trend toward denser retail developments on close-in land. The new store will be nearly twice the size of the 36,000-square-foot H-E-B store, which opened in 1994. Domino's Pizza and Thai Cottage have signed leases at 5200 Bissonnet...
New Businesses at Sugar Creek
SUGAR LAND — Sugar Creek Village (Sugar Creek Blvd and Hwy 59) has a number of new tenants joining its already diverse mix. Fishing Tackle Unlimited, a 20+year old Houston Company opened its third location in November of 2015. The company stated that they chose their new home based on the convenience of its location and the draw it would see from Fort Bend County to Matagorda County. Fishing Tackle has inventory for the freshwater, saltwater, fly fisher, bank, pond, party boat, offshore, tournament fisherman or fisherwoman. Ferguson Kitchen, Lighting and Bath Gallery is scheduled to open its fifth Houston area location in mid-July...