National Property Holdings Breaks Ground On Katy Prairie Business Park


Houston based National Property Holdings (NPH) is developing Katy Prairie Business Park, a new 87-acre development offering Class A space suitable for a variety of uses. Located at Igloo Road between I-10 and Highway 90 and just minutes west of the Grand Parkway this location in the City of Katy offers superior connectivity and visibility. The ultimate development plan includes three institutional grade, tilt-wall buildings totaling over 1.1 million square feet. The long-term investment strategy for NPH on this project is to develop and manage all the buildings within the park, which will be leased directly to users.


“We are delighted Domino’s selected National Property Holdings to develop its new supply chain center and fresh pizza dough production line in our first building at Katy Prairie Business Park,” said Ryan Lovell, Vice President of Real Estate for NPH. “Our property being located in the City of Katy offers many advantages to our tenants – a strategic location, access to a skilled workforce, availability of utilities and a competitive tax structure. We look forward to continued interest and development activity within our park.”


ARCO Design/Build, Inc. broke ground last December on the new 59,000+ square foot Domino's building serving as a manufacturing, warehouse and distribution center for more than three hundred stores in South Texas. Walls are currently being erected and construction of the Domino’s project is expected to be complete in Q4 2020.


NPH, which is represented by Robert Alinger of Colliers International, plans to construct two additional buildings available for lease from 402,480 to 680,940 square feet. Katy Prairie Business Park, across the street from Igloo Products’ headquarters, is one of several new projects in the Katy area including Amazon, Costco, Medline and Ross Stores.


National Property Holdings is a developer of commercial properties and industrial buildings, both speculative and build-to-suit. Active construction projects in the Houston MSA include: SouthPoint Business Park Phase 2 (47 acres); Republic Business Center (160 acres); Market Street (a two building site, totaling 395,725 square feet); and AmeriPort Industrial and Business Parks in Baytown, Texas (1400 acres). As a full-service real estate firm, clients have long relied on NPH to design, develop and construct unique build-to-suit and design-build projects.


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Robert Alinger

Principal | Houston


Robert Alinger joined the Colliers International | Houston in May 2019 as senior vice president. He focuses on project leasing, tenant and buyer representation, investment sales, site acquisition and disposition, and build-to-suit analysis. 

Robert has achieved the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) designation, the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, and the LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) designation. Robert is also a member of the Houston Association of Realtors, and serves on the Paint Horse Committee of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Robert volunteers his time at the Houston Food Bank and assists in building homes for Habitat for Humanity.

Since 2016, Robert represented National Property Holdings, a Houston based Industrial Development Firm, in the acquisition of 16 tracts of land, totaling more than 745 acres. He facilitated the development of these properties, and the resulting business parks will add an additional 5,200,000 SF of Class A, industrial and distribution space to their existing portfolio of 3,700,000 SF. During the same 2 year period he completed in excess of 1,400,000 SF of leases which has brought their portfolio to 98% occupancy.

Robert is a native Texan and was born in Houston. He graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelors of Science in Construction Management Technology. Robert is a member of the University of Houston Alumni Association and the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Alumni Association. Robert, his wife Patrice and children, Nolan and Reese, live in the Memorial area.

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