These five transactions were co-brokered by Steven Beyda andAlex Previdi of Jones Lang LaSalle; Scott Kraft and Ron Kraft ofAllied Realty; Irv Weiss of SBWE, Inc.; and Lew Solomon, with Lee& Company. In addition, Colliers Houston also cooperated withRick Vanderbeck, regional manager for First Industrial.

Med Graphix signed a 6,128-square-foot long-term lease expansionat 30 Chapin Rd., a 76,770-square-foot industrial/flex space thatis situated off of Route 46, with access to Routes 80 and 280. Alsosigning at 30 Chapin was Canvas 4 Life, Inc., which leased 5,328square feet of space that will serve as its US headquarters, thecompany's first US location.

At the 76,497-square-foot 26 Chapin Rd., two other companiespicked up US headquarters space. Refine Technology, LLC signed a6,123-square-foot lease and PCR Technology expanded its operationwith a lease for 6,970 square feet.

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