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HGreg Auto Dealership At 6737 Southwest Fwy.

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Per last week's Deal Sheet.

Rick Williams, co-founder of Texas Direct Auto, has entered into a lease/purchase agreement for a 7.74-acre tract on Southwest Freeway between Rookin Street and Tarnef Drive that was the former location of a Southwest Lincoln Mercury Automobile dealership. Colliers International’s Bill Byrd and Marshall Clinkscales represented property owner Hillcroft & Rookin Properties LLC, and Jon Stautberg represented Williams.



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HOUSTON – Lee & Associates – Houston represented H Greg Investment of California, LLC the buyer of an 82,500-SF former auto dealership on 7.7 acres at 6737 Southwest Freeway, near Hillcroft. Chase Cribbs and Justin Tunnell of Lee & Associates – Houston represented the buyer.


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HGreg to open its first Texas car dealership in Houston - Houston Business Journal (bizjournals.com)

"Florida-based used car dealership HGreg.com is ready to make its Texas debut.

The company's local flagship dealership, at 6737 Southwest Freeway in west Houston, is expected to open in mid-December, according to a press release. An affiliate called H Greg Investment of California LLC acquired the property in July 2022, according to Harris Central Appraisal District records."

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A midcentury building in West Houston is getting new life years after the late founder of the Houston Oilers closed a car dealership at the site.

HGreg, an auto dealer headquartered in Florida, opened a 7.75-acre pre-owned car dealership in mid-December at 6737 Southwest Freeway. The showroom, recognizable by its gabled roofline, was considered a modern building when it opened in 1966, but there hasn’t been a dealership operating there for at least the past two decades, according to HGreg.

HGreg bought the site in July 2022 from KSA Industries, a privately held family business founded by the late businessman Bud Adams, according to HGreg. Adams in 1959 founded the Houston Oilers, which played its first season in 1960 as a member of the American Football League, which later merged with the NFL. The Oilers moved to Tennessee in 1997 and later became the Titans.



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