Wolff Companies News

March 10, 2015
Texas Children’s Hospital Constructing Nation’s First Pediatric Isolation Unit

Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, adjacent to Wolff Companies’ Ten Oaks, is building the nation’s first pediatric isolation unit. Similar to the four adult biocontainment units in the United States, the unit at Texas Children’s will be the only facility of its kind in the country dedicated to children with highly contagious infectious diseases. Texas […]

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February 20, 2015
Congratulations to NAIOP Broker of the Year Winners

Top commercial real estate professionals were recognized last night by the Houston Chapter of the National Association of Industrial Properties (NAIOP) as the organization announced the winners of its annual Broker of the Year Awards.  The Industrial Deal of the Year award was presented to the Cushman & Wakefield team headed by Kelley Parker, for the largest single […]

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January 28, 2015
University Boulevard Extension A Welcome Improvement

At Wolff Companies, we take responsibility as a developer to put our voice and support behind transportation improvement projects that are good for our communities, which includes the recently completed extension of University Boulevard from State Highway 6 to U.S. Highway 90A.  This improvement, as well as our support of other projects such as the […]

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December 2, 2014
Robust Construction Continues in Ten Oaks and Park 10

Dallas-based Western International broke ground on two hotels, a Courtyard by Marriott and a Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton in October, after purchasing 5.2 acres in Ten Oaks. Western International chose Wolff Companies’ Ten Oaks development to build the pair of 135-room hotels because of its prime location at the corner of Barker-Cypress Road […]

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August 29, 2014
How West Houston Was Won

The Houston Business Journal is among those taking note of the growth along the West Belt. In a recent article titled “New submarket sees flurry of new office construction“, the newspaper observes: “A Houston submarket that was once predominately industrial is attracting new Class A office construction thanks to its lower costs and accessible location.” […]

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