Just north of the Katy Fwy. at Park Row and Park Ten Blvd., construction is underway on Park Ten Center. The 301,932-sq.-ft. complex will comprise a pair of 3-story office buildings designed by O’Brien Architecture out of Dallas. Developed by Lincoln Property and Stonelake, the 150,966-sq.-ft. buildings are being built mostly on spec: Only 1 tenant, and an undisclosed one to boot, has signed on. Houston Business Journal reports that the complex will occupy the Energy Corridor property where a cluster of smaller industrial buildings were demolished back in June.
- Park Row Office Buildings [O’Brien Architecture]
- Construction begins on Park Ten Center [Houston Business Journal]
- Energy Corridor coverage [Swamplot]
Rendering: O’Brien Architecture
Watch out for the thugs from Piney Point, those crackers have corruption on their side.
I may as well point out that this is nowhere near “Piney Point” and, most importantly, does not appear to share its Deep East Texas ambience.
Looks like any other office park thrown up along the Beltway.