Montgomery County’s future looks bright Montgomery County’s future looks brighthttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=91972012-10-29T09:13:00Z2012-10-29T00:00:00Z

MONTGOMERY COUNTY - Texas job growth accounts for 14.5 percent, or 281,800 jobs, of the country’s private job growth from June 2011 to June 2012, while it represents only 8 percent of the total population, according to Dr. Harold Hunt, economist at the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M. Examples of Texas’ economic strength can be seen throughout Montgomery County — here’s an update on projects in the pipeline.

  • The Woodlands Development Company’s Hughes Landing will include seven office buildings, a hotel, retail space and multifamily housing on 66 acres.

    Construction on the eight-story, 195,000-sf One Hughes Landing will begin in November 2012 and is expected for completion in fourth quarter 2013.
  • Warmack Investments’ 300,000-sf building at 2445 Technology Forest Blvd. will be complete summer 2013. The company then plans to construct an eight-story, 200,000-sf facility for Repsol Services Company.
  • Granite Properties Inc. is constructing an eight-story Class A building containing 200,000 sf in Granite Vision Park. Construction is slated for completion by December 2013.
  • The Pine Forest Office Park LLC is developing Pine Forest Office Park just south of Reliant Rehabilitation Hospital. The five-acre development will boast several 5,000-sf buildings.
  • D’Agostino Companies plans to build a three-story office building totaling 75,000 sf at 128 Vision Park Blvd.
  • Another three-story building, designed for general office or medical use, will be located at 134 Vision Park Blvd. The Cypressbrook Company is developing the 49,000-sf building.
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