West Belt Submarket

  • D’Agostino Cos. Breaks Ground for The Offices at Sam Houston in West Belt Submarket

    In January, 2014, D’Agostino Companies proposed the development of a four-story, 113,000-square-foot office property at the corner of Sam Houston Park Drive and Houston Oakes Drive. They had tapped CBRE to handle the leasing of the asset and they had stated that development would start as soon as the property is at least 25 percent preleased. After eight months and already having more than 50 percent of the asset preleased, D’Agostino Companies recently broke ground on The Offices at Sam Houston.

    Houston 04 September 2014 05:02

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