LEASING AND DEVELOPMENT
Whether you need a small office, an entire floor or a site for a fresh new building, the Westchase District has
accommodations sure to give your business room to grow. Elite business neighbors, business-focused management and unparalleled access to local highways and thoroughfares add to a premier business environment.
- 15.3 million sq. ft. in 108 office buildings
- 1.6 million sq. ft. in 21 service centers and warehouse buildings
- 2.4 million sq. ft. of retail space
- 66 residential communities totaling 17,119 units
- 18 hotels with 2,642 rooms
NEW CONSTRUCTION! Granite Properties is
developing a new 300,000 square foot spec office building on
Briarpark between Westheimer and Richmond. The $75 million
building will include a wellness center, restaurant and conference
room, among other Class-A amenities and finishes. The building
is under construction and is scheduled to be complete in August,
2013. Read all about it in our quarterly publication
NEW CONSTRUCTION! Behringer Harvard
is developing a new 3332,000 square foot office tower on the
West Sam Houston Parkway, just south of Briar Forest Drive.
The building will feature 12-stories of office space built atop a
seven-level parking pedestal. Construction is underway and
completion is scheduled in the first quarter of 2014. The
building will be known as Two BriarLake Plaza and is adjacent to the
existing One BriarLake Plaza. The two buildings will share
amenities, including a full-restaurant, health club and conference
center. Read all about it in our quarterly publication
We track all the leasing activity in the Westchase District. Our information is current as of
December 31, 2012.
To find out about ongoing mobility and infrastructure improvements, as well as land currently under development, see the
4th Quarter 2012 development updates. For leasing statistics dating back to 2007, view our
Here is a list of
sale (office and retail).
Prospective retail tenants may want to view our
2008 traffic counts.
ENHANCING ECONOMIC VITALITY IN WESTCHASE
Those considering buying, developing, or redeveloping property in the Westchase District should consult our Long Range Plan.
Learn how you can tie into and take advantage of six public-realm concepts. They will increase the value of your property, improve the returns on your investment, give you more flexibility, and attract more people to the area.
|They will also ensure that Westchase remains the commercial and cultural heart of West Houston for generations to come.