Southwaste Disposal Leases 6,484 SF Office Space in Houston's Katy Freeway West Submarket
Southwaste Disposal LLC has signed a lease for 6,484 square feet of office space at 16350 Park Ten Place in Houston, TX.
In a recent deal in Houston’s commercial real estate market, Southwaste Disposal LLC has secured a lease for 6,484 square feet of office space in the Katy Freeway West submarket. The office space, located at 16350 Park Ten Place, will serve as the company’s new headquarters in the area.
Ryan Hartsell, a broker from Oxford Partners, represented Southwaste Disposal LLC in the lease negotiations. Hartsell’s expertise in the Houston market and his understanding of the tenant’s specific requirements played a crucial role in securing the deal.
On the other side of the transaction, Paula Musa of Transwestern represented the landlord, PTP Houston. Musa’s extensive knowledge of the Katy Freeway West submarket and her strong relationships with property owners in the area were instrumental in facilitating the lease agreement.
The office space at 16350 Park Ten Place offers several attractive features for Southwaste Disposal LLC. With a total area of 6,484 square feet, the property provides ample space for the company’s operations and future growth. The location in Houston’s Katy Freeway West submarket offers convenient access to major highways and transportation routes, making it easily accessible for employees and clients.
Southwaste Disposal LLC, a leading waste management company, will benefit from the office space’s modern amenities and well-designed layout. The property offers a professional and comfortable work environment, with features such as spacious conference rooms, private offices, and collaborative workspaces. Additionally, the office space is equipped with state-of-the-art technology infrastructure, ensuring seamless communication and efficient operations.
The lease agreement between Southwaste Disposal LLC and PTP Houston reflects the continued growth and demand for office space in Houston’s commercial real estate market. The Katy Freeway West submarket, in particular, has seen significant development and investment in recent years, attracting a diverse range of businesses.
Overall, the deal represents a win-win situation for both Southwaste Disposal LLC and PTP Houston. The tenant secures a prime office space that meets its specific needs, while the landlord benefits from a long-term lease agreement with a reputable tenant. With the expertise of brokers like Ryan Hartsell and Paula Musa, both parties were able to navigate the complexities of the commercial real estate market and achieve a successful outcome.
As Houston’s commercial real estate market continues to thrive, deals like this highlight the city’s attractiveness as a business hub. The availability of quality office spaces, combined with favorable market conditions, make Houston an ideal location for companies looking to establish or expand their presence in the region.