ROSENBERG, Texas – Two tracts of land in the Rosenberg Business Park have been purchased for new development, reports Bill Smith of Fuller Realty Partners, which is developing the project.
“We are pleased to announce that two companies have closed sites in our park during the month of December right before the end of the year, “ says William G. Bill Smith, President of the Rosenberg Business Park.
The first sale was to Croft Production Systems. The company purchased 5.5 acres where they will build a facility that specializes in the manufacturing of natural gas processing equipment. Croft Production Systems was named one of the Greater Houston’s fastest growing companies by the Houston Business Journal in 2014. Pamela Webster of the GSL Welcome Group represented Croft Productions Systems and Bill Smith represented the Rosenberg Business Park.
Bearden Investments purchased 7.2 acres next to Croft for the construction of over 100,000 square feet of office/warehouse, with a commitment from Houston based Century Air Conditioning Supply to open a branch as the anchor tenant. Bearden Investments, founded in 1998 by Dennis Bearden, is a private, award- winning industrial real estate development and management firm. Bill Hall oversees all acquisitions, sales, construction, leasing and property management for the company. Clay Peeples with Boyd Commercial represented Bill Hall and Bearden Investments. Bill Smith and Steve Darnall with Fuller Realty Partners represented the Rosenberg Business Park.
The Rosenberg Business Park is a 184-acre, deed restricted Business Park located on FM 2218, less than a half mile from Interstate 69. It is the product of a public/private partnership between the Rosenberg Development Corporation, the City of Rosenberg, and Fuller Realty Partners.
Fuller Realty Partners completed the Phase I infrastructure for the Rosenberg Business Park in November. Phase I included the construction of the roads, water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, gas, electric improvements, and drainage enhancements for 150 acres.