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Global Tubing picks Generation Park for global HQ

Chron logo Chron 1/30/2018 Katherine Feser

Global Tubing will move its headquarters to Generation Park, a project of McCord Development in northeast Houston.

The company, which will keep its manufacturing facility in Dayton, has leased 6,355 square feet at 250 Assay Street. Owned by Houston-based Forum Energy Technologies, Global Tubing provides coiledtubingproductsandrelatedservicesfor theoilandgasindustry.

Generation Park 40 million square feet of office, medical, research campuses, industrial, apartments, retail and more.250 Assay St., the first Class-A office space in the are in more than a decade, is set to open summer 2017.

Generation Park 40 million square feet of office, medical, research campuses, industrial, apartments, retail and more.250 Assay St., the first Class-A office space in the are in more than a decade, is set to open summer 2017.
© McCord Development

"The move to the Lake Houston region will give Global Tubing employees access to Generation Park's lifestyle district Redemption Square, great schools, new and established master-planned neighborhoods and an abundance of outdoor recreational activities," McCord Development president Ryan McCord said in an announcement.

250 Assay St. will be the corporate headquarters of both Apache Industrial Services Inc. and McCord Development, with restaurant and retail space available for lease on the ground floor.: 250 Assay Street, a mixed-use office building Redemption Square, Generation Park's lifestyle center, contains four floors of office space and one floor of retail Houston-based McCord Development is the sole owner and developer of Generation Park.

250 Assay Street, a mixed-use office building Redemption Square, Generation Park's lifestyle center, contains four floors of office space and one floor of retail Houston-based McCord Development is the sole owner and developer of Generation Park.
© Jennifer Summer

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Generation Park 40 million square feet of office, medical, research campuses, industrial, apartments, retail and more.250 Assay St., the first Class-A office space in the are in more than a decade, is set to open summer 2017. Generation Park anchor TechnipFMC's 1 million-square foot first phase is complete. © McCord Development Generation Park 40 million square feet of office, medical, research campuses, industrial, apartments, retail and more.250 Assay St., the first Class-A office space in the are in more than a decade, is set to open summer 2017. Generation Park anchor TechnipFMC's 1 million-square foot first phase is complete.

Global Tubing will join McCord Development and Apache Industrial Services at 250 Assay during the first quarter. The 5-story, mixed-use 250 Assay building has 11,316 square feet of office space and 10,402 square feet of retail space available for lease.

Generation Park, spanning 4,000 acres at the northeast corner of Beltway 8 in the Lake Houston area, is home to TechnipFMC's 173-acre campus, Stolt-Nielsen's future corporate campus and GHX Industrial's headquarters and industrial facility at Lockwood Business Park.

Houston-based McCord Development, the original developer of the nearby Summerwood community, is the sole owner and developer of Generation Park.

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