Stream Realty hard at work on nearly 2M SF of industrial space
Stream Realty Partners' Eastside Commerce Center is rising just north of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport One of Austin’s largest commercial real estate developers is hard at work building close to two million square feet of industrial space in the Austin metro. Stream Realty Partners recently broke ground on three industrial projects totaling 1.76 million square feet in Southeast and
Northeast Austin as well as Buda, according to a Feb. 14 announcement. The developments will add substantial space to submarkets that are among the most popular in Central Texas for industrial space.
Below is a look at the three projects announced by Stream.
Eastside Commerce Center
The seven-building development at 1312 Dalton Lane — just across SH-71 from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport — will see four warehouse buildings and three shallow bay buildings rise. In total, the buildings will be 413,338 square feet. The seven buildings will range from 26,440 to 109,572 square feet with clear heights ranging from 28 to 32 feet and depths of 120 to 240 feet, according to the project brochure. Zaplac-Reed Construction is attached to the project as general contractor, and Powers Brown is attached as architect.
Buda Commerce Center
The Buda Commerce Center is a five-building development on 65.6 acres at IH-35 and Rodriguez Lane in Buda. In total, the business park will be 968,475 square feet, according to the project brochure. The buildings’ size will range from 109,987 to 395,567 square feet, and clear height and depth will range from 32 to 36 feet and 180 to 380 feet, respectively. Rosenberger Construction is the project’s general contractor, while Powers Brown is the architect on this project as well.
Rising east of Austin at 6719 E. Howard Lane, 15 minutes north of the Tesla gigafactory along SH-130, Howard 130 will consist of
three buildings totaling 376,380 square feet. The buildings will be 84,000 square feet with a 200-foot depth, 94,400 square feet with a 200-foot depth and 197,980 square feet with a depth of 260 feet. Rosenberger Construction and Powers Brown are also both
attached to this project.
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