HOUSTON, Aug. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Truss, an award-winning platform for commercial real estate, announced it will expand its industrial space into the Houston market with more than 16.5 million square feet of industrial space available to search, tour and lease in Houston. Truss currently has more than 275 square feet of retail, office and industrial space.
Thanks to the success of business owners in Chicago and Dallas finding their own industrial space, Truss is able to expand further in the Lone Star state in popular areas like Port of Houston, Northwest Houston and Manchester.
"We outgrew our current industrial space in Houston and needed to find a new location quickly to suit our growing needs," said Todd Kaplan, president of Gulf Coast Boiler Service Company. "We found an excellent warehouse space that was quadruple in square footage from our current space, giving us opportunity to expand. We saved time using Truss' technology to find, search and lease the new space."
"After seeing a tremendous volume of activity following the launch of industrial space in Chicago and Dallas, we are looking forward to a similar wave of demand with our launch of industrial space in Houston," said Marshall Hudes, co-founder of Truss.
Business owners can search, tour and lease office, retail and industrial space through Truss platform, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to review and compare their options in the market.
More about Truss
Truss helps small and medium businesses find, lease and tour office, industrial and retail space with more than 275 million square feet available in Chicago, D.C., Houston, Dallas, Austin and Miami. The business owner can search for the space from their own computers or mobile devices. The AI-enabled technology enables business owners to find the right space in a convenient and easy manner. Truss also offers dedicated brokers who act as the point person throughout the seamless process. To learn more about Truss, visit www.truss.co or follow them on social media on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.