Articles of Interest

February 3, 2015
Energy Corridor Real Estate Exec Predicts Submarket Pause

By Roxanna Asgarian Eyes have been on the Energy Corridor as oil hits lows last seen during the 2009 recession. The submarket, which has seen a flurry of new development in recent years, has pulled back a bit as the energy industry battens the hatches and waits this slump out. David Hightower, executive vice president […]

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January 9, 2015
Real Estate Transactions: Hotels in Ten Oaks

Sales Office 1130 Enclave Parkway LLC, an oil-related company based in Coral Gables, Fla., has purchased a 3,500-square-foot office building at 1130 Enclave Parkway in the Energy Corridor. The buyer plans to move in to a large part of the building after a current tenant’s lease expiration. George N. Polydoros of George Polydoros Co. represented […]

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October 17, 2014
The Energy Corridor’s Next Step

According to Energy Corridor District prez/Wolff Cos EVP David Hightower, the Energy Corridor is at a transition point, from booming suburb to urban mixed-use paradise. That’s why we’re excited to present our Future of the Energy Corridor event, starting at 7am on Oct. 31. As land prices and demand driving the Energy Corridor to urban […]

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August 11, 2014
Energy Corridor: No bursting bubble here, just flurry of new development

By Jenny Agee-Aldridge In a city that is home to one of most robust real estate markets in the country, the Energy Corridor is among the submarkets leading the pack with low vacancy rates and increasing rental rates. Several projects recently broke ground or are under construction in the Energy Corridor. Amid all this activity, […]

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June 20, 2014
Energy Corridor Bird’s-Eye Update

It’s been a year since Energy Corridor District prez (and Wolff Cos EVP) David Hightower last flew over his submarket with a camera. (As long as he’s doing it and not us, we’re scared of heights.) He just went up again, and man how things have changed. Now there are 12 buildings totaling 4.1M SF […]

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