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Tomball Tech Park sells last parcel

Tomball Sells Last Business & Tech Park Parcel

Some towns wait for growth to happen. Some go after it with gusto. You’d probably put Tomball, Texas in the second category.

The Tomball Economic Development Corp (TEDC) sold its last lot in the Tomball Business &. Technology Park. The final lot will be occupied by two companies, Walsh & Albert and Metal Zinc. The building housed on the lot will be around 200,000 square feet. Metal Zinc manufactures HVAC components, and Walsh & Albert manufactures ductwork for HVAC systems. The two companies are estimated to create around 200 jobs.

Community Impact reports work on the Tomball Business & Technology Park began in mid-2011 when the TEDC began to look for land to house the project, eventually closing on the 100-acre property later that year. The first lot was sold in 2015, and since then, the development has generated more than $85 million in capital investment and created over 500 jobs since 2015.


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