Arch-Con Constructing Texas Warehouse

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – (Realty News Report) – General contractor Arch-Con Corporation is constructing New Braunfels Commerce Center, an industrial complex for developer CLX Ventures that will deliver 651,010 SF of warehouse space northeast of New Braunfels.

Located on Goodwin Lane near FM 306, the 46.7-acre development has easy access to I-35 and Highway 46. The I-35 San Antonio-Austin Corridor is the busiest interstate between two metropolitan areas in Texas and according to U.S. Census data, New Braunfels is one of the top 10 fastest-growing cities in the nation.

“New Braunfels is a vibrant and growing community and CLX is excited to be developing a Class A industrial park to meet the expanding manufacturing, distribution and eCommerce needs in this corridor,” said CLX Co-Founder and Managing Partner Brad Copeland said. “New Braunfels Commerce Center is strategically located, with immediate access to I-35, allowing users a great labor pool and the ability to serve both the greater Austin and San Antonio areas.”

The speculative development consists of four buildings:

  • Building A: 172,528 SF, 240 feet deep, 32-foot clear height, rear-load.
  • Building B: 143,976 SF, 200 feet deep, 32-foot clear height, rear-load.
  • Building C: 129,632 SF, 180 feet deep, 32-foot clear height, rear-load.
  • Building D: 204,874 SF, 240 feet deep, 32-foot clear height, rear-load.

The development is designed by Powers Brown Architecture and is slated to deliver Spring 2024.

The buildings are being leased by Kevin Cosgrove and Adam Green with Stream Realty Partners.

Arch-Con Corporation is a national commercial general contractor founded in 2000 with offices in Houston, Dallas, Austin, and Denver.


Aug. 4 2023 Realty News Report Copyright 2023

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