Wolff Companies News

September 14, 2012
Transwestern Purchases Coveted Property in Park 10 Regional Business Center

Transwestern has purchased 20.8 acres in Wolff Companies’ Park 10 Regional Business Center, a 550-acre master-planned mixed-use development in The Energy Corridor. “A number of parties have tried to acquire the property over the years. It was the last vacant site remaining in Park 10 suitable for large scale development,” said David W. Hightower, executive vice president […]

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August 9, 2012
Construction and Acquisition Spurs Activity in Wolff Companies’ Park 10

Wolff Companies’ Park 10 Regional Business Center, a 550-acre mixed use business environment located in the heart of The Energy Corridor, has become a focal point of activity with construction underway at Top Golf and the recent acquisition of two buildings by Hicks Venture Ltd. equaling a total of 141,265 square feet. According to a recent […]

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May 11, 2012
Heavy Hitters of 2012!

The Houston Business Journal has just published its Heavy Hitters section and Wolff Companies is proud to once more sponsor these coveted awards. Please join us in congratulating this year’s honorees for their significant achievements. Ten outstanding individuals are selected each year as recipients of the prestigious “Most Valuable Player” awards, recognizing the accomplishments of […]

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February 29, 2012
Carolyn Wolff Dorros and Elizabeth Wolff Rogers Named Vice President of Wolff Companies

Wolff Companies announces that Carolyn Wolff Dorros and Elizabeth Wolff Rogers have been promoted to Vice President at the land development firm.  Both have been with Wolff Companies for six years. “I am delighted Carolyn and Elizabeth are continuing to pursue careers in the real estate industry,” said David S. Wolff, Chairman and President of […]

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February 27, 2012
A Solid Financial Investment, Land Acquisition is on the Rise

Last year was one of the most volatile years in the history of the stock market. According to a recent Forbes article, the Dow moved 200Dav points or more on 37 days—and, from August 1 to December 31, 2011, the average daily difference between the high and low for the day averaged 269 points. While […]

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