Trammell Crow Co. and Principal Real Estate Investors have started work on Noble Energy Center Two, a 20-story, 470,000-square-foot office building
on 4.7 acres next to the just-renovated first Noble Energy Center tower.
Now completed and delivered is a major renovation of the 10-story Noble Energy Center One, a 497,000-square-foot office building at 1001 Noble Energy Way in Houston’s Northwest office submarket.
Both buildings are global headquarters for Noble Energy, a leading independent energy and global oil and gas exploration and production company.
Noble Energy Center One completed a renovation that started in January 2012, including modifications to lobbies, elevators, landscaping, common areas, signage and other aspects of the building and parking garage. The project has also obtained LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Noble Energy Center Two will feature an integrated eight-story parking garage, a 'town hall' to serve corporate meetings, and an elevated sky bridge connecting to the existing tower. The building is pre-certified LEED Gold and the ownership is seeking Energy Star certification. Noble Energy Center Two is scheduled to be complete by mid-2015.
The Noble Energy Center Two development team is being led by Aaron Thielhorn, Brandon Houston, and Brian Attaway with Trammell Crow Company and also includes Austin Commercial as the general contractor and Kirksey as the project architect. JP Morgan and US Bank provided construction financing for the project.