HOUSTON – Transwestern has signed three new leases to bring its new Westway Plaza office building in northwest Houston to 100 percent pre-leased.
The 314,000 square-foot five-story Westway Plaza will be ready for occupancy in second-quarter 2015. Transwestern Development Co. is developing the project, 11330 Clay, at the Sam Houston Tollway.
General Electric Co. leased 150,000 square feet in 2014 and recently signed an expansion for 72,177 square feet, bringing its total space leased at Westway Plaza to 222,177 square feet. Additionally, Superior Energy Services Inc. has leased 64,018 square feet and Tesco Corp. has leased 27,225 square feet.
Craig Beyer of CBRE represented GE. Steven Burkett of JLL and Lucian Bukowski of CBRE represented Superior Energy Services. Scott Fikes of Avison Young represented Tesco.
“We were very optimistic about the success of this development with its premier location on the corner of Clay Road and Beltway 8,” said Eric Anderson, Transwestern executive vice president who negotiated the leases on behalf of the building ownership, an affiliate of Transwestern Development Co. “Companies remain committed to providing an exceptional work environment for their valued employees, and the outstanding quality of Westway Plaza and first-class amenities attracted an impressive list of tenants.”
Westway Plaza is located on a 9-acre site with expansive green space and landscaping. The project will offer an on-site restaurant and fitness center with locker rooms. The building will feature a two-story lobby with granite flooring, marble walls and a double height glass entry; floor-to-ceiling glass; and 9-foot-6-inch ceiling heights. Parking is provided in a multistory garage with an enclosed building connection.