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Furniture Company Entering Texas With Two Giant Houston Facilities

Furniture Company Entering Texas With Two Giant Houston Facilities
American Furniture Warehouse in Colorado Springs

American Furniture Warehouse has purchased two sites in the Houston area.

The Colorado-based retailer will build a 499K SF mega-store on 29 acres at the northeast corner of Interstate 10 and Pin Oak Road in Katy, and a 355K SF location on 23 acres on I-45 in Webster, just south of Nasa Bypass.

The dual deals are AFW's first foray into Texas; it has 12 locations in Colorado and two in Arizona. It will face steep competition from Houston's furniture powerhouses, including Gallery Furniture (led by Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale, lauded as a local hero), Rooms To Go and IKEA, each of which has large-scale developments around the area. 

Baker Katz’s Ben Brown represented the buyer in both AFW deals. Giammalva Properties’ Vincent Giammalva represented the seller, Katy Village Investment, in the Katy deal.