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RECON for October 31, 2017RECON for October 31, 2017Bryan PopePope
2017-10-31T05:00:00Z2017-10-31T05:00:00Z

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October 31, 2017

Austin office rents among nation's priciest 

​​​AUSTIN (Austin Business Journal) – Office rents in Austin have topped Seattle and the Silicon Valley, according to CommercialCafe's latest report.

A tenant spending $5,000 per month for Class A office space can get 1,087 sf in the Capital City. That trails only Boston, where you could afford 1,006 sf; Washington, D.C. (849 sf); San Francisco ​(803 sf); and New York City (703 sf).

In Houston, $5,000 could get you 1,337 sf, and in Dallas 2,012 sf. For that same amount, you can rent 2,226 sf in San Antonio.

Office vacancies were at 10.5 percent across the Austin metro in the third quarter, according to Cushman & Wakefield. The asking rate for Class A space is at an all-time high of $55.77 per sf.

Class A office sf for $5,000/month

Work starts on International Logistics Center

​EULESS (Dallas Morning News) – Cabot Properties and Stream Realty Partners have broken ground on the International Logistics Center near SH 260 and SH 183.

The 40-acre business park near DFW International Airport will include over 640,000 sf of warehouse space​​.

Peinado Construction is the general contractor. GSR Andrade Architects designed the project. 
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Hines enters San Antonio multifamily market

​​SAN ANTONIO (Houston Chronicle) – Houston-based Hines will break ground early next year on a four-story apartment project in The Rim.

The 396-unit, 380,000-sf community will sit on 11.4 acres at the southwest corner of Worth and La Cantera Parkways. It will offer units ranging from 682 to 1,479 sf.

Meeks + Partners designed the complex, which should deliver in spring 2019.
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Residence Inn breaks ground near Texas Medical Center

​​HOUSTON (Houston Business Journal) – Moody National Cos. has broken ground on a new Residence Inn by Marriott at 7807 Kirby Dr. 

The 16-story, 182-room hotel will open in early 2019. ​​It will include a 4.5-story parking garage and four private meeting spaces totaling 5,000 sf. ​
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California investor buys sixth River City property

​​​SAN ANTONIO (San Antonio Business Journal) – ​​​​​San Francisco-based Hamilton Zanze has purchased the 150-unit Quarry Townhomes in Alamo Heights. ​

The 178,872-sf complex on 6.5 acres at 250 Treeline ​Park offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom​ floor plans. It was 89 percent leased as of late September.

Hamilton Zanze​​​​ will renovate the property, which will be managed by its partner, Mission Rock Residential. ​

The purchase is the investment firm's sixth in the area. ​​
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vXchnge acquires Austin data center

​​AUSTIN (REBusiness Online) – Tampa, Fla.-based ​​vXchnge has purchased a 100,000-sf data center campus on 18 acres at 8025 N. I-35.

The colocation facility is currently doubling its capacity. Eventually, it'll be able to produce 26 megawatts of power. 
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Sears at Richardson Square sold

​​​RICHARDSON (Dallas Morning News) – Dallas-based ATR Corinth has purchased the 128,000-sf Sears store at the Richardson Square​​ Mall.

Sears has a short-term lease in the building at 201 S. Plano Rd., which will likely be redeveloped in a few years.

The store is one of three Sears locations recently purchased by ATR Corinth.

Partnership sells Class B office building

​HOUSTON (REBusiness Online) – Lykes Building Holding Associates and Smetana Texas Realty Associates have sold a Class B office building at 2525 N. Loop W.

2525 Inner Loop LP purchased the 136,325-sf building. It will invest in capital improvements and bring retail space to its adjacent pad sites. 

JLL brokered the sale. 
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