Cypress Station Square is located in the northwest corridor of Houston, Texas at I-45 and FM 1960, approximately 18 miles north of downtown and 10 miles south of the Woodlands Master Planned Community. The George Bush International Airport (IAH) lies approximately 6 miles to the East.
This property consists of inline space anchored by Anthem College, a smaller strip center that is perpendicular to the inline space and four pad sites.
The property was built in 1986 on 15.34 acres of land and is currently 84% leased to a mix of local and national tenants, included in the current occupancy is 6.3% of second generation space utilized as storage. Some of the national tenants include: Hooters, David’s Bridal, DaVita and Woodcraft, to name a few.
Although the main trade for Cypress Station Square is approximately a 3 mile radius, the center benefits from the visibility and heavy traffic of over 258,000 vehicles per day (VPD) on I-45 and is located at one of Houston’s busiest intersections. This provides excellent access and visibility for the store fronts from both major highways.
Houston, Texas is the fourth largest city in the United States and has led the nation in job creation since the 2009 recession with 300,000 jobs created, which is a 15.7% gain. The economic base of Houston is comprised of mature industries including energy, world class medical centers, import/export trade, aerospace, technology and the Houston Airport System.