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DB Schenker

Industrial build-to-suit comprised of 150,000 square feet.

Project Details


Houston, Texas

Product Type

Industrial build-to-suit consisting of 150,000 square feet.


Project Start: 2014
Project Completion: 2015


Trammell Crow Company (TCC) was selected by DB Schenker, one of the largest and best-known logistics and freight forwarding companies in the world, to develop an industrial/office building on a 13.09-acre site nestled within Kenswick AirFrieght and LogisticsCentre (KAFLC). KAFLC is a 50-acre industrial park located near Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas, owned by a joint venture between TCC and Clarion Partners.

The DB Schenker building is a Class A 150,000-square-foot cross dock, tilt wall concrete office/warehouse building containing approximately 24,400 square feet of office space, 123,500 square feet of warehouse space. The site allows for the building to be expanded by approximately 25,000 square feet.

Other features include 155 dedicated car parking spaces, 17 9-by-10-foot dock doors, two 10-by-12-foot dock doors, two 14-by-16-foot dock doors, two drive-in ramps, 3.0 acres of lighted concrete paved outside storage, and a fence surrounding the outside storage and truck court areas.

Quick Facts


Munson Kennedy Partnership




Clarion Partners


Jeremy Garner
Jeremy Garner
Managing Director
+1 713-963-1057
+1 713-623-4672
Dan Muniza
Dan Muniza
Senior Vice President
+1 (713) 963-4007
+1 (713) 623-4672

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