This location offers superior connectivity to Interstate 10 and Beltway 8. The site is located directly adjacent to the intersection of the two major arterial freeways, which provides exit and on ramps in all four directions. The property lies at the center of Houston’s Ship Channel sub market, which is the largest Petrochemical complex in the United States. Additionally, access to the local container terminals is achievable via PTRA rail or a short 15-20 minute drive.
The project offers institutional grade tilt-wall buildings with high efficiency TPO roofs. Ample clear height, LED lighting, ESFR sprinkler systems, and Build-to-Suit office space are standard accommodations within the development. The site benefits from PTRA rail service which offers connectivity to all the major Class 1 Railroads. The property can accommodate a maximum of 6 rail spurs or 4 rails spurs with a transload road adjacent. Lastly, access to various pipeline corridors and feedstock is available adjacent to Building 1.
The Port Terminal Railroad Association was formed in 1924 to provide access to the industries along the Ship Channel for railroads entering Houston. Straddling both sides of the Houston Ship Channel, PTRA proudly services 226 local customers from 7 serving yards. They maintain 154 miles of track and 20 bridges. PTRA has the capacity to handle numerous commodity groups, and currently handles chemicals, grain, plastic, coke, fuel, steel, food products, industrial products, intermodal, dimensional loads and autos.