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Cullen Center

Building complex in Houston, Texas, U.S.

For the building in Chicago, Illinois formerly named Continental Center II, see CNA Center.

Cullen Center is a skyscraper complex in DowntownHouston, Texas, United States. The complex is now managed by Brookfield Properties. Previously Trizec Properties owned all four office buildings.[1] The complex includes the headquarters of the Houston Fire Department and KBR, and it formerly included the headquarters of Continental Airlines.

The buildings include 1600 Smith (formerly Continental Center I),[2] 600 Jefferson (formerly Continental Center II), KBR Tower, and 500 Jefferson Street.

History[edit]

In 1959, the family of Hugh Roy Cullen, an oil businessperson and philanthropist who was recently deceased, announced that they would build a skyscraper complex in Downtown Houston. To the surprise of everyone the family planned for the 12 acres (4.9 ha), 5½ city block site to accommodate several sites. The first two buildings were to be a 500-room, 15–18 story hotel and a 25-story office building. Next, a 40–45 story office building was to be completed. Other buildings were planned to be added at later times. Gerald E. Veitmann, president of the Cullen Center, said that it was going to be "a memorium to Mr. and Mrs. Cullen, an investment in excess of 100 million dollars," and "to Houston what Rockefeller Center is to New York City." Work for clearing the land was scheduled to begin in December 1959.[3] During the year, the family's plans also included another 25 story office building and a parking garage.[4] Construction of the Cullen Center, which was planned to have around one dozen buildings, was scheduled to begin on October 1, 1960, with the first building being a 21-story office building with an attached parking garage.[5]

Welton Becket and Associates master planned the first two buildings, the 21 story, $12 million 500 Jefferson and the 12-story, $6 million Hotel America. Gerald E. Veltmann, the president of Cullen Center, Inc. said that the development "represents a marked departure from the traditional downtown scene and colors" because the development "centers around a planning concept with four separate levels structures: sub surface, used for parking and mechanical equipment; surface, used for vehicular traffic, parking, entrance lobbies, and service entrances, a second level, used for pedestrian-oriented facilities such as main lobbies, shops, displays, galleries, lounges, and restaurants; and the top space, into which will rise the main towers containing hotel rooms and offices."[6] In other words, the building design separated the pedestrian and vehicular traffic from one another. The first levels were to have open plazas. The developer planned to establish air-conditioned bridges connecting the buildings at their second levels. The architect, Welton Becket of FAIA, said that the two original buildings were "esthetically related through the use of a common material—concrete—in a variety of forms—physically related by the second-level pedestrian bridges, and visually related around open plaza parking areas and a common exposed aggregate sidewalk roads."[6]

500 Jefferson (left) and 600 Jefferson (right)

500 Jefferson opened in 1962.[7] Continental Center II opened in 1974.[8] The KBR Tower was built in 1973 and renovated in 1991.[9]Continental Center I was completed in 1984.[10]

By 1987, the Canadian company Trizec Corporation bought debentures carrying an option to buy portions of the Cullen Center, including 1600 Smith Street.[11]

By 1991, the M. W. Kellogg company, which has already taken space at the M. W. Kellogg Tower formerly held by its parent company, leased an additional 250,000 square feet (23,000 m2) of space on 12 floors within one building in Cullen Center.[12]

By 1997, Trizec had convinced several Cullen Center tenants to move to the nearby Allen Center, which was also owned by Trizec. During that year Continental Airlines announced that it was moving its headquarters to the Cullen Center. Paul Layne, a vice president of the TrizecHahn Office division, said that the Continental move would raise the Cullen Center's occupancy rate from 81 percent in November 1996 to 94 percent.[13]

Tim Reylea, the vice president of Cushman Realty Corp., said that the Continental move "is probably the largest corporate relocation in the central business district of Houston ever."[13]Bob Lanier, Mayor of Houston, said that he was "tickled to death" by the airline's move to relocate to Downtown Houston.[14]

In 2001, when Enron collapsed, it vacated 800,000 square feet (74,000 m2) of space in the Allen Center and Cullen Center complexes in Downtown Houston.[15]

In 2008, Continental signed five-year lease renewals for its Downtown Houston office space. In 2010, Continental Airlines and United Airlines announced that they would merge and that the headquarters of the combined company would be in the Chicago Loop. Continental has not stated how much of the 480,000 square feet (45,000 m2) of space that it leases in Continental Center I and the 220,000 square feet (20,000 m2) of space that it leases in Continental Center II will be vacated.[16]

500 Jefferson[edit]

United States historic place

500 Jefferson, with its construction scheduled to begin on October 1, 1960, was the first building in Cullen Center to be developed.[17] 500 Jefferson, which opened in 1962,[7] has offices of KBR.[18] In addition, at one time Suite 1600 had the Houston Fire Department Records Department.[19]

In 2004, the law firm Lapin & Landa LLP signed a lease agreement to occupy 7,922 square feet (736.0 m2) of space.[20]

In 2010, KBR signed a 20-year lease for 1,200,000 square feet (110,000 m2) at 500 Jefferson and the KBR Tower. In 2011 Brookfield Properties Corp. offered 500 Jefferson for sale. Paul Layne, Brookfield's Houston area executive vice president, said that the KBR lease made the building a major candidate for sale.[21]

In 2013, an affiliate of W.P. Carey purchased 500 Jefferson.[22]

1801 Smith[edit]

1801 Smith, previously Continental Center II, then 600 Jefferson, has 20 stories and 449,087 square feet (41,721.5 m2). Neuhaus & Taylor was the design architect, Linbeck Construction Company was the general contractor, Chault & Brady was the mechanical engineer, and Elisor Engineering, Inc. was the structural engineer. The building was completed in 1972 and was renovated in 1998.[23] As of November 2014, United Airlines is the primary tenant.[22]

The Houston Fire Department has its administrative offices in the building.[24] The administrative offices, the planning and homeland security division, and the HPD emergency operations division are located on the 7th floor.[25] The training room is also on the 7th floor.[26] The HFD chaplain, the fire codes division, the fire marshall/fire prevention division, the high rise certification division, the high rise inspections division, the public affairs division, and the firefighter recruiting division are located in Suite 600. The public education, public information office, special events, and staff services divisions are in Suite 700. The ambulance records, EMS records, fire records, and the medical director are in Suite 800.[25]

Continental Airlines moved its employees into the Cullen Center, including Continental Center I and Continental Center II, in stages beginning in July 1998 and ending in January 1999.[14] After the September 11 attacks and by September 2004, Continental laid off 24% of its clerical and management workers. Despite the reduction of the workforce, Continental did not announce any plans to sublease any of its space in Continental Center I and Continental Center II.[27] As of 2008 the airline leases 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) at Continental Center II. As of that year it has not yet renewed its lease.[28]

In 2009, at Continental Center II, Brookfield Properties began offering office suites from 1,200 square feet (110 m2) to 2,000 square feet (190 m2) to small businesses and laid off individuals seeking to start their own businesses.[29]

In November 2014, Brookfield sold the building to DRA Advisors and Stream Realty Partners.[22]

In addition to millions of dollars of renovations and upgrades, the property address was permanently changed in March 2017, to 1801 Smith Street, Houston, TX 77002.

Hotel[edit]

The Whitehall Hotel Houston Downtown,[30] is located in the Cullen Center.[8] The hotel, initially planned as a 250-room, 10 story hotel, was built on a block bounded by Jefferson, Pease, and Smith, with the Brazos Street to the west. The Hotel Corporation of America began operating the hotel as Hotel America. The hotel was scheduled to be ready for occupancy in 1962.[17] By 1961 the hotel, with a groundbreaking scheduled for August 31, 1961, was scheduled to have 327 rooms.[31] The hotel has 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) for event groups.[30]

Retail[edit]

Continental Center I

KBR Tower

500 Jefferson Street

  • Concourse Level

Gallery[edit]

  • Cullen Center KBR Tower Garage

References[edit]

  1. ^"Cullen CenterArchived 2009-01-07 at the Wayback Machine." Carlin/White Associates. Retrieved on August 23, 2009.
  2. ^"Continental Center IArchived 2006-11-12 at the Wayback Machine." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on June 7, 2009.
  3. ^"Cullen Family Plans Skyscraper Center." Associated Press at Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Volume 31, No. 5. Sunday December 6, 1959. Page 1. Retrieved on July 3, 2010.
  4. ^"Proposed Cullen Center." Corsicana Daily Sun. Monday December 14, 1959. 6. Retrieved on July 3, 2010.
  5. ^"Memorial to Cullen To be Started Soon." Associated Press at Corpus Christi Caller-Times. July 17, 1960. Page 59. Retrieved on July 3, 2010.
  6. ^ ab"Traditions Shattered by Houston's Cullen Center." The Christian Science Monitor. July 5, 1963. Real Estate Start Page 10.
  7. ^ ab"500 Jefferson StreetArchived 2009-04-24 at the Wayback Machine." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on June 7, 2009.
  8. ^ ab"Continental Center IIArchived 2009-06-27 at the Wayback Machine." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on June 7, 2009.
  9. ^"KBR TowerArchived 2008-06-14 at the Wayback Machine." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on June 7, 2009.
  10. ^"Continental Center I[permanent dead link]." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on August 13, 2009.
  11. ^Nichols, Bruce. "The Selling of a City." The Dallas Morning News. June 7, 1987. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
  12. ^Stuart, Lettice. "REAL ESTATE; A Big Swap Of Offices In Houston." The New York Times. Wednesday May 15, 1991.
  13. ^ abZehr, Leonard. "TrizecHahn nabs U.S. leasing deal Continental Airlines enticed to move head office to downtown Houston from suburbs." The Globe and Mail. September 11, 1997. Report on Business B7. Retrieved from LexisNexis on April 1, 2010.
  14. ^ abBoisseau, Charles. "Airline confirms relocation/Continental moving offices downtown." Houston Chronicle. Wednesday September 3, 1997. Business 1. Retrieved on August 23, 2009.
  15. ^Bivins, Ralph. "SURVIVAL OF THE NEWEST / OCCUPANCY DOWNTOWN TUMBLING, BUT THREE TOWERS DEFY TREND." Houston Chronicle. Sunday July 27, 2003. Business 1. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
  16. ^Sarnoff, Nancy. "Tenant has a ticket to fly." Houston Chronicle. May 8, 2010. Retrieved on July 12, 2010.
  17. ^ ab"Big Hotel Firm To Run 250-Room Houston Hostelry"(fee required). Baytown Sun. August 31, 1960. p. 3. Retrieved July 4, 2010.
  18. ^Eriksen, Helen. "Will KBR ditch its Houston headquarters for Katy suburbia?." Houston Chronicle. April 30, 2008. Retrieved on January 13, 2009.
  19. ^"Public Information Requests." City of Houston. Retrieved on August 22, 2009. "Houston Fire Department, Records 500 Jefferson, Ste. 1600 Houston, TX 77002"
  20. ^Sarnoff, Nancy. "Cullen Center snags new leases." Houston Business Journal. Wednesday February 18, 2004. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
  21. ^"Downtown Houston real estate lures buyers." Houston Business Journal. Friday May 6, 2011. Retrieved on October 15, 2011.
  22. ^ abcFeser, Katherine. "Deal of the Week: Building could get a new address." Houston Chronicle. November 21, 2014. Retrieved on February 25, 2015.
  23. ^"Continental Center II[permanent dead link]." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on August 13, 2009.
  24. ^"Home Page." Houston Fire Department, City of Houston. Retrieved on November 20, 2011. "HFD Administration 832.394.6700 600 Jefferson, 7th Floor Houston, Texas 77002"
  25. ^ ab"Contact HFD." Houston Fire Department. Retrieved on November 20, 2011.
  26. ^"HFD to Offer Safety Tips for Space Heaters and Other Supplemental Heating SourcesArchived 2012-04-26 at the Wayback Machine." Houston Fire Department. November 28, 2011. Retrieved on December 14, 2011.
  27. ^Sarnoff, Nancy. "Tunnel business going up? / Aboveground shops on rail line draw attention to new competition." Houston Chronicle. Sunday September 12, 2004. Business 3. Retrieved on November 11, 2004.
  28. ^Dawson, Jennifer. "Continental renews lease, decides to stay downtown." Houston Business Journal. Friday September 19, 2008. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
  29. ^Sarnoff, Nancy. "Developer Thinks Small." Houston Chronicle. February 7, 2009. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
  30. ^ ab"Crowne Plaza Hotel." Crowne Plaza Hotels. Retrieved on July 4, 2010.
  31. ^"Groundbreaking Set for Hotel"(fee required). Amarillo Globe-Timest. August 25, 1961. p. 27. Retrieved July 4, 2010.[permanent dead link]
  32. ^ abcdefgh"Continental Center I In The BuildingArchived 2007-06-15 at archive.today." Brookfield Properties. Retrieved on June 7, 2009.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 29°45′11″N95°22′23″W / 29.753°N 95.373°W / 29.753; -95.373

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Northeast Shelf Energy, L.L.C.

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Company Profile

Company NameNortheast Shelf Energy, L.L.C.
Business TypeForeign Limited Liability Company (LLC)
CitizenshipDomestic
State of FormationOK
Filing Date10/30/2009
Filing StatusIn existence
SoS ID0801188424
Tax ID32040686100
Inactive Daten/a
PerpetualYes
CityHouston

Company Overview

Northeast Shelf Energy, L.L.C. is a Foreign Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Texas. Northeast Shelf Energy, L.L.C. was filed on 10/30/2009. The company's filing status is listed as In existence.

Contact Information

Company NameNortheast Shelf Energy, L.L.C.
Telephonen/a
Address1801 Main Street, Ste. 1300
Houston TX 77002
Emailn/a

Officers/Directors

CHARLES C WARD
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

CHARLES C WARD
TREASURER
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

CHARLES C WARD
DIRECTOR
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

ELIZABETH A EVANS
ASSISTANT SECRETARY
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

GARRICK HILL
ASSISTANT TREASURER
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

LISA J MELLENCAMP
SECRETARY
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

MICHAEL B HINEY
CAO
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

MICHAEL B HINEY
CONTROLLER
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

MICHAEL B HINEY
DIRECTOR
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

STEPHEN R BRUNNER
PRESIDENT
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

STEPHEN R BRUNNER
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

STEPHEN R BRUNNER
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

STEPHEN R BRUNNER
DIRECTOR
1801 MAIN STREET, SUITE 1300
HOUSTON TX 77002

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1801 Main Street

Southwest Bank of Texas

A $12 million renovation in 1992 and 2000 included new sprinklers and bathrooms, a new silver and green reflective facade, and renovated common areas and entry lobby. Thirteen floors plus a basement consisting of over 80,952 square feet of contiguous office space are available. The property offers a high profile visibility from Interstate 45 with a high traffic count of over 237,000 car per day and is easily accessible to Interstate 45, U.S. 59 and Interstate 10. A Metro Trolley stop is located in front of the building.

1801 Main Street1801 Main St.
Houston, Texas 77002
  • Square Footage: 219,054
  • Building Class: Class B
  • Property Type: Office
  • Max. Contiguous: 0 SF
  • Parking Spaces: 120 surface spaces @ $75.00/mo. ; Reserved spaces @ $100.00/mo. ; Ratio of 3.50/1,000 SF
  • Availability: Unavailable
  • True Owner: Amegy Bank of Texas, N.A., (713) 235-8800
  • Year Built: 1957, Renovated 2000
  • TYP Floor: 18,034
  • RBA: 219,054
  • Stories: 13
  • Percent Leased: 100


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Property valuation of Main Street, Houston, TX: 1715, 1720, 1741, 1744, 1800, 1801, 1801, 1801 #475, 1803, 1806 #10 (tax assessments)

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1715 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77002
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Owner:SKYHOUSE HOUSTON II LLC
Land value:$6,312,400
Building value:$23,625
Total value for property:$6,336,025
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$2,130,435
Prior extra features value:$23,625
Prior total value for property:$2,154,060
Land size:31,562 square feet
State classification:Real, Commercial
1720 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77002
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Owner:FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
Assessments for tax year:2015
Land size:15,625 square feet
State classification:Religious Exempt
1741 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77098
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Owner:ATHINA SKANDALIS ALEX OF SKANDALIS ESTATE
Land value:$375,000
Building value:$65,157
Total value for property:$440,157
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$343,750
Prior building value:$65,958
Prior total value for property:$409,708
Building area:2,057 square feet
Land size:6,250 square feet
State classification:Real, Residential, Single-Family
Neighborhood:Montlew
Year property was built:1925
Condition / Desirability / Utility:Average
Cost and design:Economic misimprovement
Exterior wall:Brick / Veneer
Foundation type:Crawl Space
Grade adjustment:C
Heating / AC:Central Heat/AC
Physical condition:Average
1744 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77098
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Owner:JEFFERY E GRANT
Land value:$390,000
Building value:$10,000
Total value for property:$400,000
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$357,500
Prior building value:$42,500
Prior total value for property:$400,000
Building area:2,504 square feet
Land size:6,750 square feet
State classification:Real, Residential, Two-Family
Neighborhood:Montlew
Year property was built:1925
Condition / Desirability / Utility:Average
Cost and design:Economic misimprovement
Exterior wall:Brick / Veneer
Foundation type:Crawl Space
Grade adjustment:C
Heating / AC:None
Physical condition:Average
1800 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77002
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Owner:AMEGY BANK NAT ASSOC
Land value:$1,000,000
Total value for property:$1,000,000
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$750,000
Prior total value for property:$750,000
Land size:10,000 square feet
State classification:Real, Vacant Commercial
1801 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77002
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Owner:AMEGY BANK NAT ASSOC
Land value:$1,525,000
Building value:$15,786,758
Total value for property:$17,311,758
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$1,143,750
Prior building value:$16,813,642
Prior total value for property:$17,957,392
Building area:238,886 square feet
Land size:15,250 square feet
State classification:Real, Commercial
Year property was built:1956
Construction type:Fire Resistant Steel
Cooling type:Central / Forced
Economic obsolescence:Normal
Exterior wall:Glass
Functional utility:Good
Heating type:Hot Air
Partition type:Normal
Physical condition:Good
Plumbing type:Adequate
Sprinkler type:None
1801 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77002
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Owner:AMEGY BANK NAT ASSOC
Land value:$2,287,500
Building value:$227,169
Total value for property:$2,514,669
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$1,715,625
Prior building value:$215,295
Prior total value for property:$1,930,920
Building area:4,154 square feet
Land size:22,875 square feet
State classification:Real, Commercial
Year property was built:2003
Construction type:Wood / Steel Joist
Cooling type:Central / Forced
Economic obsolescence:Normal
Exterior wall:Masonry / Frame
Functional utility:Average / Normal
Heating type:Hot Air
Partition type:Normal
Physical condition:Average / Normal
Plumbing type:Adequate
Sprinkler type:None
1801 Main Street #475
    Houston, TX 77002
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Owner:AMEGY BANK NAT ASSOC
Land value:$6,312,500
Building value:$540,775
Total value for property:$6,853,275
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$3,787,500
Prior building value:$1,322,426
Prior total value for property:$5,109,926
Building area:156,250 square feet
Land size:63,125 square feet
State classification:Real, Commercial
Year property was built:1977
Construction type:Fire Resistant Steel
Construction type:Fireproof Concrete
Cooling type:None
Economic obsolescence:Poor
Exterior wall:None
Functional utility:Poor
Heating type:None
Partition type:Normal
Physical condition:Poor
Plumbing type:Adequate
Sprinkler type:None
1803 Main Street
    Houston, TX
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Owner:STANLEY BREMER & LISA BREMER
Land value:$20,445
Building value:$23,186
Total value for property:$43,631
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$20,445
Prior building value:$24,284
Prior total value for property:$44,729
Building area:1,104 square feet
Land size:21,780 square feet
State classification:Real, Residential, Mobile Homes
Neighborhood:M/R
Year property was built:2003
Condition / Desirability / Utility:Average
Exterior wall:Aluminum / Vinyl
Foundation type:Crawl Space
Grade adjustment:C
Heating / AC:Central Heat/AC
Physical condition:Average
1806 Main Street #10
    Houston, TX 77098
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Owner:J & A MAIN INVESTMENTS LLC KENNETH LI
Land value:$406,250
Building value:$73,417
Total value for property:$479,667
Assessments for tax year:2015
Prior land value:$375,000
Prior building value:$88,985
Prior total value for property:$463,985
Building area:5,291 square feet
Land size:6,250 square feet
State classification:Real, Residential, Multi-Family
Neighborhood:Greenway
Year property was built:1960
Construction type:Wood / Steel Joist
Cooling type:Central / Forced
Economic obsolescence:Normal
Exterior wall:Masonry / Frame
Functional utility:Fair
Heating type:Hot Air
Market adjustment:20% Market Adjustment
Partition type:Normal
Physical condition:Poor
Plumbing type:Adequate
Sprinkler type:None

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BEAMW Networking Launch Event

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Tue Nov 09 2021 at 06:00 pm to 07:30 pm

Location

1801 Main St

We offer Gift Cards!

Review by Yelp

Stefani C:

Went for the first time yesterday and I can't wait to come back!! The green tomato appetizer, calamari appetizer, Pearland margarita and celler burger did not disappoint whatsoever. Everything I tried was delicious. The atmosphere is great and the staff is so friendly/ attentive. I'm so happy I found this spot and am excited to try other dishes on the menu next time!! I couldn't think more highly of this restaurant, it's a must!

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Connie O:

Great space! This location has an ample amount of indoor and outdoor seating. We stopped by for happy hour and ordered a variety of cocktails. I really enjoyed the Smores one but they were all good. The star of the party was the Rodeo Flatbread, a creation by the owner. It was absolutely amazing. Other things to enjoyed from this unique wine bar is the music selection and the artwork on the walls. Definitely a must visit location in Houston.

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Alexis F:

One of my girlfriends recommended this wine bar and I am SO glad I went. I made reservations (just incase) for 5 of my girlfriends and I for my birthday. Loved the ambiance as soon as you walk in. It's right in the museum distric so a perfect location if you live in Midtown/Med center. I had 3 glasses of a wine recommended by the waitress- so good! We had the Ahi tacos, Calamari, Margherito flat bread, Cellar burger, Sam Houston salmon, baby potatoes and baked Mac & cheese...

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Deanna P:

I've been to this wine bar/restaurant multiple times and every one has been a blast. There is always something new, always something happening. The wine is fabulous and the food is yummy! I've love the laid back times, btw dogs are welcome. Tonight the music was amazing, everyone is so fun and attentive. You couldn't ask for a better way to spend an evening! From what I hear there are going to be ladies nights, taco Tuesday the tacos as so good, happy hour! I'm sold...

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Bronwyn W:

This place is on the rise. I'm in love with all the amazing people working there, and their indomitable creative spirits, they get better every time we go! Not to mention it's DOG FRIENDLY! And they truly care about great service - I mean, just look at my beautiful surprise cake! It even came with a signed card, but that's probably because we're there just about every week: we're like family! - I can't speak highly enough about this fine establishment or it's delicious offerings.

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Lease Data & Trends

Downtown Houston has nearly 40 million square feet of office space, so plenty of options are available for companies of all sizes, from executive office suites to large open spaces for collaborative teams and coworking. Our brokers recommend budgeting 150 square feet per employee. The only other submarkets with a comparable amount of office space inventory are Galleria and the Energy Corridor.

The average Downtown Houston office space rents for $41 per square foot, well above the Houston office space average price of $30 per square foot. This is because 80% of the office space in Downtown Houston is in Class A office buildings — a type of space which, in the area, has average asking rents of $45 per square foot. However, the 20% vacancy rate and recent lull in leasing activity and new property construction has kept prices low compared to other major metro areas in the United States such as Washington, D.C. or New York.

As the economy thrives, demand Downtown Houston office space continues to grow. There is more than 2 million square feet of new office space under construction to help accommodate the growing demand for available office spaces.

The Houston, Texas office space market has seen subdued leasing activity and rising vacancy rates — as of January 2019, only two quarters since the start of 2015 have seen more than four million square feet of leasing activity across Houston properties, compared to 14 consecutive quarters from 2011 through the end of 2014. This has created a favorable leasing environment for new businesses to secure available space at lower rates. However, given the city’s economic ties to energy and oil prices, the office leasing environment looks to stay uncertain for the foreseeable future.

Looking to start your office space search in Houston? Contact us for help finding available office space, from executive suites to large offices with ample meeting space, at the right price.

What Brokers Say About Office Space for Lease in Downtown Houston

The Houston commercial real estate market ended 2018 with its first consecutive quarters of declining vacancy rates in more than three years. New construction played a key role in the end of 2018, impressive performance, as more 700,000 square feet of new inventory was 100% leased upon completion.

Notable lease signings in major Houston properties in 2018 include:

  • ConocoPhillips, moving into a new 600,000 square feet Houston office at the Energy Center 4 building.
  • HPE leasing 568,000 square feet at Springwoods Village.
  • McDermott committing to 525,000 square feet at the never before occupied Energy Center V building (completed in 2016).
  • Transocean leasing 300,000 square feet at the Enclave Place, a 302,000 sq. ft. building comprised entirely of offices.
  • Waste Management signed a lease for 284,000 square feet of office space at Capitol Tower, which is set to deliver in 2019.

Despite the growth in leasing activity, Houston finished 2018 with negative net absorption the fifth year in a row. However, there are positive signs that the economy and commercial real estate market are trending in a positive direction. Thanks to strong job growth and increased leasing activity, Houston is finally in a position for sustained growth. Tenants will have the upper hand in lease negotiations for a few more quarters, but increased competition for office space will eventually put property owners at an advantage.

Getting to, From, and Around Downtown Houston

The Downtown Houston area is 2 square miles in size, and rests at the heart of the city of Houston with Northside to the north; Fifth Ward and Sharptown to the east; Third Ward and Midtown to the south; and Sixth Ward and Montrose to the west. Interstate 10, Interstate 45 and Interstate 69 all come together in Downtown, making getting to and from the neighborhood a breeze. Get to key Houston neighborhoods and locations like Uptown/Galleria, Texas Medical Center, Energy Corridor, and Westchase in about 20 to 30 minutes by car.

More than 100,000 people travel through Downtown Houston every day for their commute, and the neighborhood makes it easy. Those who live relatively close to work and are looking for environmentally friendly ways to travel can explore the creative network of pedestrian tunnels and skywalks or trying biking, which is a very popular way to get around when the weather permits. Those looking for faster travel options have plenty of choices as well. Downtown is situated at the center of both the light rail system (for those looking to take advantage of local public transit services) and the metropolitan freeway network; the headquarters to the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County is located here. For those who choose to drive, metered parking is generally available on the streets of Houston.

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Food and Drink Options in Downtown Houston

Looking for a chance to meet outside the office for lunch or a meeting? Downtown Houston has a variety of high quality restaurants to choose from. Consider one of the many unique dining options in the neighborhood, such as: Brasserie du Parc, Kulture, Conservatory, Rachels Cafe, Post Oak Grill, or The Pho Spot. If a visiting business partner needs a place to stay, look up Marriott Marquis Houston, Four Seasons Hotel, Embassy Suites by Hilton Houston Downtown, or JW Marriott Downtown Houston. If you’re looking for somewhere for an after-work meeting or a happy hour, you’re sure to find something great from the following list: The Rustic, Miss Carousel, Reserve 101, or Lilly & Bloom.

Get to Know Downtown Houston

Houston is filled to the brim with urban opportunity but flavored with Southern charm. The entire city of Houston used to be the size of Downtown Houston until two real estate investors from New York bought 6,642 acres of land after the Texas Revolution, and a team of surveyors plotted the land for city expansion. In 1995, the Houston Downtown Management District began working to revitalize the city’s urban core while maintaining its style to make it clean, safe and beautiful.

Downtown Houston offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Fifteen public parks are located in the submarket—linear parks, block parks and plazas. They’re all very different. For example, in Downtown Houston’s historic district, Market Square Park includes seemingly unrelated features: a 9/11 Memorial, a Greek restaurant and two dog runs. Houston’s Minute Maid Park and Toyota Center are home to the Astros and Rockets, respectively.

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Here is a list of a few other must-do activities in Downtown Houston:

  1. Visiting the Church of Beer: Downtown’s Church of Beer, also known as the St. Arnold Brewing Company, is Texas’s oldest craft beer brewery. Marvel at the property’s cathedral-esque architecture, and get a great view of Downtown Houston from the beer garden.
  2. Spending an afternoon in Discovery Green Park: This park is great in size, clocking in at 12 acres! With two promenades, a lake, a fountain, and a great view of Downtown, visitors are sure to enjoy an afternoon stroll throughout this beautiful open space. Its central location is especially convenient chase atm cash withdrawal limit those who work in the area and are in need of a midday break!
  3. Take a Double-Decker Bus Tour: This type of hop-on, hop-off service is a great way to get a feel of the city and get access to the most important attractions. Jump on board at the bus service’s following pick-up locations:
  • GRB Convention Center
  • Market Square Park
  • City Hall Visitor Center
  • Downtown Aquarium
  • Hermann Park
  • Museum 1801 main street houston tx entire service takes about one and a half hours to complete. For an all-day pass, the price for children is $29.95, the price for children is $34.95, and the price for seniors or military personnel is $29.95.

    Contact us today if you’re looking for an office location in Downtown Houston.

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1801 Main Street

Ever since it was established in 1836, Texas’s Downtown Houston has been the city of Houston’s most prominent business district. Nine Fortune 500 corporations have office spaces downtown, including United Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, and Marathon Oil. In general, Downtown Houston is made up largely of commercial property and spacious parks, and is a great location for businesses looking to set up shop in the city.

Downtown contains Houston’s civic center with Houston City Hall and Harris County courthouses. But the neighborhood isn’t all business—it’s also a major hub of entertainment and recreation. Whether you’re into professional sports, touring museums, the performing arts, or historic locations, Downtown Houston has it all. The proximity and access to such a 1801 main street houston tx of activities makes the neighborhood one of the best in Houston to work in!

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Business Ecosystem Alliance for Minorities & Women (BEAMW) is a newly launched alliance seeking to reduce barriers women and minority small business owners face. This Networking Launch Event will be the first of a series of networking events designed to bring small business owners, different business support organizations, investors, bankers, and collaborators together to gain valuable information and make key connections.

Parking Details:

Free parking is available in the parking garage: Enter from Fannin Street (east side of the building). When you drive up to the Visitors Gate, take a ticket from the kiosk and bring it with you when you enter the building. The person at the security desk in the lobby will validate your parking ticket. You can also find metered street parking on the north side of the building and on the surrounding streets.

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1801 Main Street

Southwest Bank of Texas

A $12 million renovation in 1992 and 2000 included new sprinklers and bathrooms, a new silver and green reflective facade, and renovated common areas and entry lobby. Thirteen floors plus a basement consisting of over 80,952 square feet of contiguous office space are available. The property offers a high profile visibility from Interstate 45 with a high traffic count of over 237,000 car per day and is easily accessible to Interstate 45, U.S. 59 and Interstate 10. A Metro Trolley stop is located in front of the building.

1801 Main Street1801 Main St.
Houston, Texas 77002
  • Square Footage: 219,054
  • Building Class: Class B
  • Property Type: Office
  • Max. Contiguous: 0 SF
  • Parking Spaces: 120 surface spaces @ $75.00/mo. ; Reserved spaces @ $100.00/mo. ; Ratio of 3.50/1,000 SF
  • Availability: Unavailable
  • True Owner: Amegy Bank of Texas, N.A., (713) 235-8800
  • Year Built: 1957, Renovated 2000
  • TYP Floor: 18,034
  • RBA: 219,054
  • Stories: 13
  • Percent Leased: 100


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The Cannon startup hub opens downtown coworking space

The Cannon startup hub opened its downtown location on Monday.

Its latest coworking space opened on the 13th floor of the Amegy Bank building at 1801 Main St., the first of many innovation efforts that Cannon will oversee at 1801 main street houston tx Main.

At HoustonChronicle.com: Startup hub launches downtown as innovation corridor advances

Event space on the 11th floor will host a variety of entrepreneurial events. And the Downtown Launch Pad is slated to open on the 10th 1801 main street houston tx next year. The Launchpad, managed by the Cannon, will be anchored by startup assistance organizations MassChallenge and gener8tor, based in Massachusetts and Wisconsin, respectively, and will have space for incubator programs, labs, coworking desks and corporate innovation areas.

The Launch Pad was conceived by Central Houston, a nonprofit involved in the planning and implementation of downtown’s redevelopment, and is funded by its partner organization the Downtown Redevelopment Authority, which administers funds collected by the tax increment reinvestment zone.

The downtown location is Cannon's third in the region. It recently completed renovating and expanding a former pipeline manufacturing warehouse into a 120,000 square-foot facility near the intersection of I-10 and Beltway 8. It also has a Post Oak location at 675 Bering Dr., suite 200.

New leadership: Cannon startup hub gets new CEO

“We’ve long known that we will need multiple locations across Houston in order to serve our mission of supporting Houston’s entrepreneurs, and we are thrilled to work with an incredibly forward-thinking organization like Amegy to continue to fulfill this mission," Cannon founder and President Lawson Gow said in a statement. "The Cannon Tower at Amegy on Main will be unlike any tri counties bank yreka 1801 main street houston tx in the city, in which we will be developing a ‘vertical village’ of innovation, programs and resources, transforming Amegy on Main into a hub for downtown Houston’s entrepreneurs.”

Источник: https://www.chron.com/techburger/article/The-Cannon-opens-downtown-this-week-14895515.php