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Packaging Firm Commits to 44K SF in Humble

Jackson-Shaw has signed a new tenant to industrial space at Parc 59, its 279,500-square-foot, two-building, Class A urban industrial development in Humble. Gulf Atlantic Packaging Corporation (GAPCO), a global leader in packaging solutions and alternatives, has leased 43,539 square feet in Building B. The building will house its Texas distribution center.
“Parc 59’s easy access to Highway 59 and Beltway 8 makes this development an ideal location for GAPCO,” said Grant Pearson, VP of development at Jackson-Shaw.
CBRE’s Jason Dillee and Nathan Wynne are managing the leasing assignment for the development. Newmark’s Joshua Brown and Griffin Rich represented the tenant.

Thackeray Partners is the project’s equity partner, Cadence McShane is the general contractor for the shell building construction, with Powers Brown as the project’s architect, WGA Consulting as the civil engineering firm and Comerica as construction financier.

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