Liberty Tire Recycling Signs Long-term Lease Renewal at Hartman’s Quitman Warehouse in Houston, TX

Liberty Tire Recycling (Liberty Tire), North America’s market leader of tire recycling services in North America, has signed a long-term, 132,396 square foot warehouse lease renewal at 2300 Quitman Road in Houston, TX.

Beginning August 2022, the rubber recycling company will renew its lease at the industrial complex operated by Hartman Income REIT Management, Inc., a commercial real estate operator of its portfolio and owned by its affiliate, Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX, Inc.

Liberty Tire’s 132,396-square-foot distribution center serves as one of 200 facilities it operates nationwide. Liberty Tire Recycling collects and recycles more than 60% of the nation’s scrap tires, transforming 190 million tires and 3 billion pounds of rubber into raw materials for smart, useful products that improve people’s lives.

Hartman’s Quitman industrial complex is a sprawling 42-acre industrial parcel that collectively spans 735,059 square-feet. The complex is co-tenanted by Sunbelt, a company utilizing its warehouse section for cotton storage. 2300 Quitman Road is located just minutes south of downtown Houston and a quick drive to the Port of Houston while offering easy access to the major freeway arteries in the metroplex. Compelling features of the Quitman property include 5 bays with loading docks, 24-hour monitored surveillance, and after-hours controlled access.

“I am thrilled to have Liberty Tire extending their lease with us,” said Al Hartman, CEO. “And I applaud their work in responsibly creating a greener planet. We look forward to continuing to serve such a forward-thinking company as our tenant.”

In the leasing transaction, Liberty Tire Recycling represented itself and Justin Harrity represented Hartman, the landlord.

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