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35-Year Veteran Joins NAI Office Brokerage Team as SVP
Randy Nerren, a 35-year veteran in Houston’s office leasing sector, joined NAI Partners' office project leasing group as senior vice president. Nerren is an office leasing and sales specialist who has helped broker hundreds of millions of dollars...

Gensler Brings Back Former Principal as Firm Changes Up Houston Leadership
Pictured: Gerald Gehm (left) and Hunter Clayton.Gerald Gehm, who has been co-leading Gensler’s Houston office with Stephanie Burritt, is shifting to a new role in the firm: regional client relationships leader. Taking his place among Gensler’s Houston...

Historic 1001 McKinney Tower Has New Owner
One of downtown Houston’s historic office buildings is under new ownership. Local firm TRC Capital Partners partnered with Amstar America out of Denver to purchase 1001 McKinney from Cameron Management and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners. Terms of...

Engineering Firm Takes 53,000 SF Off Submarket in Energy Corridor
Houston’s historic sublease space got another bite taken out of it today. Kiewit Engineering Group Inc. signed a 52,834-square-foot office sublease for the 14th and 15th floors of Energy Tower IV at 11750 Katy Freeway in Houston’s Energy Corridor. BASF...

Second Hughes Landing Multifamily Project Sets Ground Breaking
A new multifamily community is slated for one of the Houston area’s most exclusive lifestyle destinations. The Howard Hughes Corporation is set to begin construction on a 386-unit project in The Woodland’s 66-acre Hughes Landing. The eight-story project...

Apartment Construction Booming Across the Southern U.S.
The 816-unit Park Line Miami apartment towers at 250 NW 1st St. in Miami. The project is slated to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2019. Due to impressive in-migration as well as demographic growth and booming economies, southern metros have...

Global Water Treatment Provider Consolidates With 107,000-SF North Houston Lease
Pittsburgh-based Evoqua Water Technologies signed a 107,000-square-foot lease at World Houston Business Park in north Houston. The water treatment provider currently occupies 45,000 square feet in the same facility at 15414 International Plaza Dr., but...

Hines Creates New Partnership Aimed at Senior Housing Investment
Pictured: A 15-story senior living facility Hines is developing with Welltower at 139 East 56th Street in Manhattan. Hines has created a new partnership aimed at assembling an investment portfolio specializing in senior living and other healthcare real...

Halliburton Completes Sale of 48-Acre Oak Park Campus to Local Investor
Going once, going twice, sold! Halliburton, a Houston-based multinational corporation and one of the largest oil field service companies in the world, has completed the sale of its former 48-acre Oak Park corporate campus at auction. JLL, in conjunction...

Houston Mayor Asks Building Owner to Reconsider Lease for Undocumented Child Detention Facility
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner (center) held a press conference Tuesday afternoon flanked by community and religious leaders, calling for the owner of the building to reconsider leasing it to a shelter service provider. As the number of children separated...

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