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Mason Creek Corporate is a first-class business park located in the heart of rapidly growing West Houston, Texas.


CONTENTS Location Tracts Technology Utilities Investment Team Market Information

Contact

Parkside Capital

Retail Sites

3003 W. Alabama

2800 Post Oak Blvd., Ste. 2300

Houston, TX 77098

Houston, TX 77056

For more information contact:

For more information contact CBRE:

Joe Moody- Chief Investment Officer

Bill.McDade@CBRE.com

Office: 713-773-5537

Kristen.McDade@CBRE.com 713-577-1808

Email: Joe.Moody@ParksideCap.com

Peter.Mainguy@CBRE.com

Email: Dan.Moody@ParksideCap.com

713-577-1876 713-577-1782


Utilities

Investment Team

Mason Creek Corporate will be served by water and sewer lines owned and

Parkside Capital, LLC, the general partner of Parkside Capital Land fund,

operated by Weston MUD. All of Mason Creek Corporate is within the bound-

sources land investment opportunities in Houston, Texas. We invest in land on

aries of Weston MUD, therefore all main water and sewer trunk lines, as well

behalf of both private and institutional investors. Our goal is to buy underval-

as the corresponding easements, are and will be the property and responsibility

ued, core land assets that can be improved through entitlements including utili-

of Weston MUD. All trunk lines will be installed as part of the master plan and

ties, access improvements, floodplain mitigation, and environmental

horizontal development plan implemented by Parkside Capital.

remediation. The investment goal is to obtain the value added entitlements over a two to five year period, then make a sale or sales to an end user or developer.

Water Lines will range from 12”- 16”.

Sewer Lines will range from 8”- 15”.

Parkside Capital Land Fund is focused on adding long term value to each land

Storm Lines will range from 24”- 8’ X 8’ boxes.

parcel it owns. The Fund’s access to capital and its long-term strategy give it an advantage in the current market.

Storm sewer improvements, draining both the streets and individual sites, will be owned and maintained by Harris County. All storm sewer improvements will be

Parkside Capital

installed as part of the master plan and horizontal development plan implemented

3003 W. Alabama, Houston, TX 77098

by Parkside Capital. All sites will be sold net of detention, increasing site efficiency

For more information

and value.

Contact Parkside Capital Joe Moody- Chief Investment Officer 713-773-5537

Taxing Authority Katy ISD

2012 Taxes $1.57240

Harris County

0.39969

Harris County Flood Control

0.03011

Port of Houston Authority

0.02116

Harris County Hospital District

0.19792

Harris County Educational Department

0.067784

Harris County Emergency Services District

0.10

Weston MUD

0.64

Combined Tax Rate

MCC Land Plan_Utility_2.pdf

3.03066

Email: Joe.Moody@ParksideCap.com


Market Information HOUSTON MARKET OVERVIEW Over time, Houston has exhibited a rare ability to nurture a friendly business climate and a continued commitment to infrastructure development. Houston is the fourth most populous city in the nation (trailing only New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago). Houston ranks second in employment growth rate and fourth in nominal employment growth among the 10 most populous metro areas in the U.S. In 2006, the Houston metropolitan area ranked first in Texas and third in the U.S. within the category of "Best Places for Business and Careers" by Forbes magazine. Further illustrating that Houston promotes a business friendly climate, 25 Fortune 500 companies base their operations in Houston. WEST HOUSTON SUB-MARKET OVERVIEW Greater West Houston is a dynamic, high growth 1,000 square mile area in the western portions of the Houston metropolitan area. Population in Greater West Houston in 1970 was under 200,000 and by 1990 reached over 700,000. Jobs jumped from approximately 17,000 in 1970 to 242,000 in 1990. As the Houston region grew, suburban Greater West Houston benefited with new master planned residential developments. Major employment centers such as The Energy Corridor and Westchase grew as employers began their westward suburban migration. Between 1990 and 2010 both of these trends accelerated, fueled by the availability of educational excellence, affordable housing and shorter commutes. Indeed, Mason Creek Corporate lies at the doorstep of some of Houston’s finest communities including Cinco Ranch, Firethorne, and the City of Katy). 2009 Average Daily Traffic Counts except (*) 24-Hour Traffic Counts. Mason Road North of IH 10 =

20,470*

Mason Road South of IH 10 =

45,070*

IH 10 West of Mason =

94,000

IH 10 West of Mason =

193,000


GREATER HOUSTON PARTNERSHIP West Houston

Katy Economic Development Council

West Houston Association

Top 10 Employers

City of Houston

Plan 2050

Metrostudy

Market Report

La Centerra

Consumer Data.

Cinco Ranch

Business Data

Firethorne

Mason Creek

Woodcreek Reserve

Pine Mill Ranch

Cross Creek Ranch

Katy Mills

Tex DOT

Grand Parkway Association

Methodist West Houston Hospital

Barker Reservoir

Addicks Reservoir

Texas Children’s West Campus

Harris County

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Tracts The 110 acre master planned, deed restricted business park is designed to accommodate users for office, industrial, flex, back-office, restaurants, hotel and retail. Mason Creek Corporate is ideally located along the I-10 corridor.


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Technology FIBER OPTIC BACKBONE Mason Creek Corporate is being served by a redundant, next generation fiber optic network. The backbone of the Park was constructed by Parkside Capital. The network will allow each developer and end user to immediately "light" their business with a multitude of data, voice, internet, climate and security services. For each developer and end user, the fiber optic capacity is virtually unlimited and is already constructed, eliminating many of the pre-construction costs and concerns companies share when constructing a facility ground up. The Property Owners Association will manage the 4, 4” conduits and duct bank system by working with providers and end users to facilitate extensions through the Park. Mason Creek’s fiber optic network is open thereby allowing each end user and developer choice in the marketplace. All communications companies have access to Mason Creek Corporate. TROUBADOUR In addition, Troubadour is a technology partner of Mason Creek Corporate. Troubadour owns and operates a 300,000 square foot data center which is directly linked to Mason Creek’s fiber optic backbone. Services offered to tenants and developers of Mason Creek Corporate through Troubadour’s adjacent fixed assets are: •

Security Cabling, Internet, Telco and Data

Dark Fiber Connectivity to Tier IV Data Center

Co-location and Cloud

24/7 Security and Command Center

Dedicated Circuits and Secure Wireless

Surveillance and Access Control

Contact information

Contact information:

Arlean Crabtree

Jay Kirby

En-Touch Systems, Inc.

Troubadour

281-225-0582

281-945-5810

ACrabtree@EntouchSystems.net

JKirby@TroubadourLitd.com

EnTouch.net

Troubadourltd.com


Mason Creek Corp 2013