Sugar Land Enterprise Park is including 320,000 square feet of industrial progress in the up coming calendar year. (Rendering courtesy Lovett Industries)
The Sugar Land Company Park is growing with the addition of a new 320,000-square-foot industrial progress, in accordance to a push launch from the city of Sugar Land.
The challenge will redevelop the former Nationwide Oilwell Varco site at 500 Industrial Blvd., Sugar Land. The site was bought by Lovett Industrial LLC in 2019 and was qualified for redevelopment.
Design is set to start off in November and be significantly accomplished in late 2021, Sugar Land Communications Director Doug Adolph stated.
“We are thrilled that the city of Sugar Land’s industrial sector proceeds to broaden with the generation of new industrial space in the small business park,” mentioned Elizabeth Huff, Sugar Land’s director of economic progress, in the release. “Newly designed industrial spaces create opportunities for current companies to grow and attract new enterprises to our city.”
The initially tenant in the new advancement will be Boise Cascade Building Elements Distribution LLC—an current Sugar Land business that manufactures wood products and distributes building elements. In accordance to the release, Boise Cascade will lease close to 163,320 sq. toes of room and make more than 60 employment with this enlargement.
“We are excited to husband or wife with the city of Sugar Land and Fort Bend County to redevelop an outstanding spot in the Sugar Land Business Park and delighted that this redevelopment has resulted in an expansion opportunity for our very first tenant, Boise Cascade,” Lovett Industrial President Charlie Meyer said in the release.
The Sugar Land Business office of Economic Progress functions to extend, assemble and relocate businesses in the town to manage a robust nearby economy, in accordance to the release. Moreover, Fort Bend County has incentivized the challenge to aid industrial advancement in the region.
“This new enhancement further more solidifies our posture as a money chief and financial powerhouse,” Huff stated in the release. “We glance forward to continuing to aid Boise Cascade’s expansion in Sugar Land and are excited for new alternatives that this progress will provide.”