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Rendering of new Energy Corridor building near Houston.

Rendering of new Energy Corridor building near Houston.

KATY, Texas – Myers, Crow & Saviers, Ltd. is developing Mason Creek Office Center II in the Energy Corridor, west of Houston.

The three-story, 127,955-sf office building is the second phase of the Mason Creek Office Center project, following the lease-up of Phase I by GEICO in December 2013. Construction of the second building, 1700 Merchants Way, Katy, near Mason Road at I-10, will be complete by the end of February 2015.

Located one mile east of the intersection of Interstate 10/Katy Freeway and the Grand Parkway/Highway 99, Mason Creek Office Center II will feature 42,650-square-foot floor plates, energy-efficient construction and systems, and a 6-per-1,000 parking ratio. The 9.3-acre site is located in Mason Creek Corporate Park, a covenant-restricted, master-planned business park owned by Parkside Capital.

“Mason Creek Office Center II meets the needs of tenants in both its location and its design,” says Mark Saviers, principal, Myers, Crow & Saviers. “Today’s businesses are seeking newly constructed space tailored to attract a commuting labor force. At Mason Creek II, the technology and the efficiency are built in from the ground up.”

The building’s location has the electrical capacity for two 6.5-megawatt circuits to be brought to the building to power call or data center operations. The property also includes backup generator infrastructure and partially covered parking. The parking ratio of 6 cars per 1,000 square feet provides the high-density parking required by growing companies.

“With neighbors such as GEICO and the engineering/energy/technology firms nearby, Mason Creek Office Center II will appeal to expanding firms already in the market as well as companies moving to Houston. Its location, with immediate access to the residential neighborhoods of Katy/Cinco Ranch and Northwest Houston and the highly rated Katy school district, is a major plus in employee recruitment and retention,” says Bob Cromwell, managing director, Moody Rambin Interests.

Myers, Crow & Saviers, Ltd. is a real estate development, leasing and investment firm focusing on the development of office and industrial buildings in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth and San Antonio.  Established in January 1994, the firm has more than 70 completed or current projects totaling 11,000,000 square feet. In Houston, Myers, Crow & Saviers has developed 1.5 million square feet in the last 14 years.


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