Worldwide consumer products firm Samsung is growing its footprint in North Texas with an expansion north of Fort Worth.
Samsung’s HVAC North American headquarters is expanding to 360,000 square feet in the AllianceTexas development. The company has office and distribution space in the building at 776 Henrietta Creek Road in Roanoke.
The location is used to distribute air conditioning and heating equipment in the U.S. and Canada.
“Samsung HVAC has seen tremendous growth over the past few years and we’re excited that AllianceTexas will continue to be an integral part of their success story,” Reid Goetz, senior vice president of AllianceTexas developer Hillwood, said in a statement. “Samsung is a global leader in the HVAC business and the AllianceTexas location offers tremendous value and an ongoing ability to expand, while maintaining direct access to their customer base throughout North America.”
The building is in the Alliance Gateway business park near the FedEx Ground shipping hub, two UPS sorting centers, FedEx Express’ Southwest regional air hub and Amazon Air’s regional base.
Mark Becker, Jay Benner, Adam Cooke and Lou D’Avanzo of Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the new Samsung lease with Samuel Rhea and Reid Goetz of Hillwood.
Samsung has multiple locations in Dallas-Fort Worth.
The South Korea-based manufacturer of some of the world’s most popular products recently signed another deal for a new distribution center in South Fort Worth.
Samsung also has a large regional office in Plano and another distribution center near DFW International Airport.