Wolff Companies News

May 17, 2013
Methodist West Houston and Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus Undergoing Significant Expansions

Construction is underway at Methodist West Houston and Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus in The Energy Corridor on expansion projects to meet the needs of a rapidly growing community. Construction is well underway on Methodist West Houston’s second medical office building. Within only two years of operations, Methodist West Houston is undergoing several major expansion […]

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April 23, 2013
Construction Contracts Awarded and Work Underway on Park Row Completion Project in The Energy Corridor

Construction is underway to complete the “missing mile” of Park Row between Addicks Park and Ride lot through to North Eldridge Parkway.  Located in heart of The Energy Corridor, the thoroughfare is projected to be completed in about a year and a half. The two-phase Park Row completion project, facilitated by a public/private venture sponsored […]

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April 2, 2013
Forbes Ranking

Houston once again is ranked among the top cities in America by Forbes – this time, at No. 2 for “Best Cities for Good Jobs.” According to Forbes, Houston’s rank is based upon a five-year expected annual job-growth rate of 2.6 percent, per capita income of $42,804 and 6 percent unemployment. This news comes on […]

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February 20, 2013
Congratulations to NAIOP Houston Chapter’s Annual Broker of the Year Winners

Top commercial real estate professionals were recognized last night by the Houston Chapter of NAIOP the Commercial Real Estate Development Association as the organization announced the winners of its 25th annual Broker of the Year Awards. The Industrial Deal of the Year award was presented to Glynn Mireles and Dave Albert of CBRE for the largest single industrial […]

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December 21, 2012
Wolff Companies Announces Development in The Energy Corridor; MD Anderson First Buyer in Central Park

Wolff Companies has announced its newest development in The Energy Corridor, Central Park, and its first buyer of a tract in the park, The University of Texas’ MD Anderson Cancer Center. The 78-acre Central Park development, located on the north side of I-10 between North Eldridge Parkway and SH 6, was assembled by Wolff in […]

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