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Midtown Company Leases Office Space in New Mixed-Use Project in The Heights

Rendering of the M-K-T project under development in The Heights.

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – The Miller Grossbard Advisors, LLP accounting has signed a lease for 14,000 SF of office space at the M-K-T mixed-use development in The Heights.

M-K-T, an adaptive re-use project is currently under construction as a joint venture of Triten Real Estate Partners and Radom Capital, LLC.

M-K-T is a collection of adapted industrial buildings being transformed into a creative mixed-use destination for office, retail, restaurants, health and fitness. M-K-T was designed by the Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, an Austin-based firm.

The project is located just north of Interstate 10 at the northeast corner of Shepherd Drive and 6th Street.

The MGA accounting firm will relocate in the second quarter of 2020.

“MGA is not just another accounting firm,” said Steve Radom, managing principal at Radom Capital. “They are forward-thinking, they care about their employees, and they have chosen an office environment that is modern, efficient, creative and unique – just like their company culture.”

“It’s the end of an era leaving behind the walls of our Midtown home, but I could not be more proud of the robust team that we have built,” said MGA Partner Paul Grossbard.

JLL’s Russell Hodges, Bubba Harkins, and Jenny Mueller are leasing M-K-T’s office space on behalf of the joint venture.

Rendering of the new mixed-use project under development in The Heights. Architecture by Michael Hsu.

M-K-T will offer office users unique modern structures with 10- to 20-foot exposed ceilings that provide the ability to install internal stairwells leading to mezzanine spaces.  Other features include stained concrete floors, exposed beams, private outdoor spaces, and large windows and skylights that deliver an abundance of natural light.

The project will offer lifestyle amenities including 30 restaurant, retail, and health and fitness options, including over 1,000 linear feet of frontage along The Heights Hike & Bike trail.

“M-K-T is seeking the best-in-class tenants to cultivate a new and dynamic community in The Heights,” said Scott Arnoldy, managing partner of Triten Real Estate Partners.

The Hsu architecture firm, which has opened an office in Houston, has been designing a number of new retail and mixed-use projects.  Hsu designed Understory, the lower-level food hall at Skanska’s new Bank of America Tower in downtown; the new Southside Commons redevelopment of the bowling alley on Bellaire Boulevard; and the Zadok mixed-use project under construction on Post Oak Boulevard in Uptown.

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