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D’Agostino Companies’ projects have been featured in notable publications such as the Houston Chronicle, the Houston Business JournalWoodlands Online and many others. We invite you to take a look at the different articles and learn more about the process behind each project.

D’Agostino Cos. has tapped CBRE to handle another office leasing assignment, this time for a proposed development in the West Belt area of northwest Houston.
The company is planning to build The Offices at Sam Houston, a four-story, 113,000-square-foot tilt-wall building at Sam Houston Park Drive and Houston Oaks Drive. The property is along Beltway 8 between Texas 249 and U.S. 290.

It will not break ground until the property is 25 percent preleased, according to CBRE.

D’Agostino Cos. recently broke ground on a similar 120,000-square-foot building at Greenhouse at Park Row in the Energy Corridor. The same project team of Metzer Construction Co. and Browne McGregor Architects will also handle the latest project.

“D’Agostino Companies is excited about this project due to the demand for office space in this area, the property’s strategic location and the fact that very few developable land sites are available in this market,” Bryan D’Agostino said in an announcement.

Kristen Rabel, Steve Rocher and Parker Duffie with CBRE will represent the owner in the leasing.

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The Offices at Sam Houston will be a four-story, 113k SF property at the corner of Sam Houston Park and Houston Oaks drives (it’s along Beltway 8 between 249 and 290). It comes at a good time: Bryan D’Agostino says there are very few developable land sites in the area, but high office demand. CBRE’s Kristen Rabel, who’s handling leasing with colleagues Steve Rocher and Parker Duffie, says the location will benefit from an extreme shortage of availability nearby. Several large tenants have already expressed interested, and she expects the property will lease up to one or two of them.

The Offices at Sam Houston will sit on 4.3 acres and feature 28k SF floorplates. Metzger Construction and Browne McGregor Architects are the construction team. D’Agostino Cos has 25 projects in the Houston metro, but this is only its second development within the City of Houston. The other is Greenhouse at Park Row (rendered above), which broke ground Jan. 6. We’re noticing a little design theme here. (And both properties allow only three cars per rendered parking lot.)


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Houston-based real estate firm D’Agostino Companies announced Jan. 27 a proposed four-story, 113,000-square-foot office property to be constructed at the corner of Sam Houston Park Drive and Houston Oaks Drive within Houston’s West Belt submarket.

The project, which will be called the Offices at Sam Houston, will not officially break ground until the property is 25 percent leased, according to officials with CBRE Group, the firm that will represent the owner in the leasing efforts. CBRE’s Kristen Rabel said interest in the project is already surfacing.

“We are confident [the project] will quickly attract tenants looking for great visibility and a minimal commute for their employees,” she said. “Not surprisingly, several large tenants have already expressed interest, and I expect that we will see it lease up to at least one or two of them.”

The project, located along Beltway 8 between Hwys. 249 and 290, will sit on 4.3 acres of land and will feature 28,000-square-foot floor plans. 

The Offices at Sam Houston will be D’Agostino Companies’ second commercial real estate development project in the Houston area. The company has developed and currently owns more than 25 projects in the area. 

“D’Agostino Companies is excited about this project due to the demand for office space in this area, the property’s strategic location and the fact that very few developable land sites are available in this market,” chief operating officer Bryan D’Agostino said in a statement.

Houston-based Metzger Construction Company was awarded the general contract to construct the building. Houston-based Browne McGregor Architects has been hired as the architect.

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A new class-A office building is headed to Houston’s new West Belt submarket.
 
The Woodlands-based D’Agostino Cos. has proposed new office development The Offices at Sam Houston.
 
The development will be a four-story, 113,363-square-foot tilt-wall and glass office building on a 4.43-acre site at 10203 Sam Houston Park Dr., along Beltway 8 between Highways 249 and 290, according to a company statement.
 
The architect of record is Houston-based Browne McGregor Architects, and the general contractor is Houston-based Metzger Construction Co.
 
“D’Agostino Cos. is excited about this project due to the demand for office space in this area, the property’s strategic location and the fact that very few developable land sites are available in this market.” said Bryan D’Agostino of D’Agostino Cos. in a statement from Los Angeles-based CBRE Group Inc. (NYSE:CBG).
 
The West Belt submarket, with boundaries roughly along Beltway 8 from Clay Road to Highway 249, is a new submarket that CBRE’s Houston research group began recognizing in October. The area has grown as the Energy Corridor loses vacancy.
 
CBRE agents Kristen Rabel, Steve Rocher and Parker Duffie will represent the owner in the leasing efforts for The Offices at Sam Houston.
 
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