New Office Building Heading to West Belt Submarket

/ / The Offices at Sam Houston

A new class-A office building is headed to Houston’s new West Belt submarket.
The Woodlands-based D’Agostino Cos. has proposed new office development The Offices at Sam Houston.
The development will be a four-story, 113,363-square-foot tilt-wall and glass office building on a 4.43-acre site at 10203 Sam Houston Park Dr., along Beltway 8 between Highways 249 and 290, according to a company statement.
The architect of record is Houston-based Browne McGregor Architects, and the general contractor is Houston-based Metzger Construction Co.
“D’Agostino Cos. is excited about this project due to the demand for office space in this area, the property’s strategic location and the fact that very few developable land sites are available in this market.” said Bryan D’Agostino of D’Agostino Cos. in a statement from Los Angeles-based CBRE Group Inc. (NYSE:CBG).
The West Belt submarket, with boundaries roughly along Beltway 8 from Clay Road to Highway 249, is a new submarket that CBRE’s Houston research group began recognizing in October. The area has grown as the Energy Corridor loses vacancy.
CBRE agents Kristen Rabel, Steve Rocher and Parker Duffie will represent the owner in the leasing efforts for The Offices at Sam Houston.
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