The nine-year-old building in the northwest submarket was on themarket about six months before going under contract to JamesStrickland, Troy Collins with Yancey-Hausman in Houston tellsGlobeSt.com. He and Clay Pritchett, also with Yancey-Hausman,represented the building owner in the sale.

Collins, mum about the selling price, says the building was onthe market for $44 per sf. The Harris County Appraisal Districtassesses the 1.3-acre asset at $363,390.

Collins said Strickland's offer was the first solid offer placedduring the marketing period. Grady Farris with Houston IndustrialBrokerage represented the buyer. Collins says the new owner willuse the facility for his business, but he's not talking about thenature of the operation.

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