Why Choose Houston

INDUSTRIAL SPACE FOR LEASE IN HOUSTON

Houston is a bustling city with a strong economy and a thriving industrial sector, making it an ideal location for businesses looking for industrial space leasing opportunities.

6.8% Vacancy
Rate

$7.43 Asking Rent,
PSF

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Latest Industrial Space Listings in Houston

Humble - Warehouse/Distribution
Available

Warehouse/Distribution

Compass Logistics Center - Building 1

9336 McKay Center Drive
Humble, TX 77338
United States

Available Space: 43,313 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Houston - Warehouse/Distribution
Available

Warehouse/Distribution

West By Northwest Business Park

6100 West By Northwest Boulevard
Houston, TX 77040
United States

Available Space: 7,962 SF

Rental Price: $10.80 USD

Houston - Warehouse/Distribution
Available in Future

Warehouse/Distribution

Prologis Pine Forest Business Park - Building 16

331-337 Garden Oaks Boulevard
Houston, TX 77018
United States

Available Space: 16,602 SF

Rental Price: $7.56 USD

Katy - Warehouse/Distribution
Available

Warehouse/Distribution

Anserra - Building 2

28119 Katy Freeway
Katy, TX 77484
United States

Available Space: 509,975 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Katy - Warehouse/Distribution
Available

Warehouse/Distribution

Anserra - Building 1

28347 Katy Freeway
Katy, TX 77484
United States

Available Space: 205,895 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Houston - Warehouse/Distribution
Available in Future

Warehouse/Distribution

South Belt Central Business Park - Building 5

4897 South Belt Central Drive
Houston, TX 77047
United States

Available Space: 620,728 SF

Rental Price: $7.56 USD

Houston - Warehouse/Distribution
Available

Warehouse/Distribution

South Belt Central Business Park - Building 11

4851 South Sam Houston Parkway East
Houston, TX 77047
United States

Available Space: 373,683 SF

Rental Price: $5.16 USD

Why Houston?

Houston has a diverse and thriving economy, making it an ideal location for businesses of all sizes and industries. 

The city has a central location and excellent transportation infrastructure, with two major airports, several highways, and an extensive public transportation system, making it easy to access other parts of the country and the world. 

Leasing an industrial space in Houston can provide businesses with access to a range of resources, including business and financial services, technical support, and networking opportunities. 


How much does it cost to rent an industrial space in Houston?

The cost to rent an industrial space in Houston can vary depending on several factors such as the size, location, age, condition, and amenities of the space.

To read: our Houston MarketBeat Industrial report analyzes quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.


Are industrial space rents likely to increase in Houston?

While rent increases can't be predicted with certainty, it's important to keep an eye on market trends when considering an industrial space for lease in Houston.



 Popular neighborhoods in Houston

Houston has several popular neighborhoods that offer a variety of options for leasing industrial space. Some of the most sought-after areas include:

  • The Heights: A historic neighborhood located just north of downtown Houston, The Heights has become a popular destination for businesses looking for industrial spaces with a unique, urban feel.
  • East End: Located east of downtown Houston, the East End has a diverse mix of businesses and industries, ranging from manufacturing and distribution to art studios and creative spaces.
  • Greenspoint: Situated in the north Houston area, Greenspoint offers a range of industrial spaces, including warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing facilities.
  • Northwest Houston: This area is home to a number of large industrial parks, such as Pinto Business Park and Westway Park, which offer a range of options for businesses looking to lease industrial space.
  • South Houston: This area includes several neighborhoods such as Hobby, Pearland, and Pasadena, which offer a range of industrial spaces, including warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and distribution centers.

Getting to and from Houston

 
  • By Air: Houston has two major airports, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), which offer domestic and international flights.
  • By Road: Houston is connected to the rest of the country via several major highways, including I-10, I-45, and I-69, making it easily accessible by car or bus.
  • By Public Transportation: Houston has an extensive public transportation system operated by METRO, which includes buses, light rail, and commuter services, providing affordable and convenient access to different parts of the city.
  • By Train: Amtrak offers rail service to Houston via the Sunset Limited, which runs from New Orleans to Los Angeles, with stops in Houston.
  • By Sea: The Port of Houston is one of the busiest ports in the United States, offering cargo and cruise ship services to various destinations worldwide.

Commercial Real Estate Services in Houston, Texas

The “Energy Capital of the World” has one of the youngest, fastest growing and most diverse populations in the world, with an economy also fueled by the Texas Medical Center and the Port of Houston. 

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Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
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U.S. Industrial Reports

Access the latest quarter commercial real estate results for the industrial sector nationally. MarketBeat analyzes quarterly market activity including supply, demand and pricing trends.
Jason Price • 1/11/2024
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U.S. Industrial Sublease Space Trends

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