The firm leased 15,840 SF on the ninth floor of the building, located in the Inner Loop of Houston.
Senterra Real Estate Group CEO Neil H. Tofsky and Vice President Kevin D. Tofsky represented Weinstein Spira.
CBRE Senior Vice President Jason Presley, Senior Associate Nina Seyyedin and TRC Capital Partners President Kellie Jenks led efforts on behalf of the landlord.
The 11-story 180,000-SF Regions Financial Center, a LEED Silver building, was developed as a joint venture between TRC Capital Partners, Barbour Investments and Hansen Partners.
Build-out of the Weinstein Spira space is currently underway with the Houston office PDR, a design and architecture firm overseeing interiors. Houston-based Byrd Interior Construction is the general contractor. Senterra Real Estate Group is providing construction management services.
Said Weinstein Spira Managing Shareholder, Kristin Murray: “The office move allows Weinstein Spira to position our firm for the future in a newer building which will enable growth and provide an innovative work place.”
Other tenants in the Regions building (design by Ewald Architecture and STG Design) include Hunington Properties, a Houston firm led by Sandy Aron.
The Regions building is just west of a major development tract acquired by Tofsky last fall. That four-acre parcel at northwest corner of Buffalo Speedway and Richmond Avenue will be used mixed-use development. Neil Tofsky, Senterra Real Estate Group’s CEO, is no stranger to the submarket. Early in his career, Tofsky worked for Kenneth Schnitzer at Century Development, the firm that developed Greenway Plaza, an adjacent mixed use development with 4 million SF.