Houston-based Wolff Cos. obtained an extra 22.7 acres alongside U.S. 290, between Beacon Hill and FM 362, from the McCaig Circle of relatives Restricted Partnership to extend its Beacon Hill mixed-use building in Waller County. A portion of the tract will likely be devoted to drainage and detention, with just about 11 acres of the land to be had for long term industrial building. The acquisition, in conjunction with a prior enlargement, brings the Beacon Hill building to 587 acres, together with a industry park alongside U.S. 290 and a residential subdivision at the northern 270 acres.
“The McCaig belongings is a herbal extension of our Beacon Hill undertaking,” Wolff Cos. Chairman David S. Wolff stated in a press release. “As Houston continues its fast westward enlargement, Waller County is changing into a significant hub for international production and logistics.”