The Offices at Sam Houston will be a four-story, 113k SF property at the corner of Sam Houston Park and Houston Oaks drives (it’s along Beltway 8 between 249 and 290). It comes at a good time: Bryan D’Agostino says there are very few developable land sites in the area, but high office demand. CBRE’s Kristen Rabel, who’s handling leasing with colleagues Steve Rocher and Parker Duffie, says the location will benefit from an extreme shortage of availability nearby. Several large tenants have already expressed interested, and she expects the property will lease up to one or two of them.
The Offices at Sam Houston will sit on 4.3 acres and feature 28k SF floorplates. Metzger Construction and Browne McGregor Architects are the construction team. D’Agostino Cos has 25 projects in the Houston metro, but this is only its second development within the City of Houston. The other is Greenhouse at Park Row (rendered above), which broke ground Jan. 6. We’re noticing a little design theme here. (And both properties allow only three cars per rendered parking lot.)
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