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Cadence Bank Selects Regent as Landlord

Cadence Bank has signed a long-term, 82,215-square-foot lease at Park Towers at 1333 W. Loop S. in Houston’s Uptown submarket. The tenant’s holding company, Cadence Bancorporation, will also be relocating its headquarters to occupy the new space at the 545,242-square-foot Park Towers.

Transwestern managing director Doug Little, EVP David Baker, VP Kelli Gault and associate Jack Scharnberg provided agency leasing services on behalf of the landlord, Regent Properties. CBRE’s Weldon Martin and Jon Lee represented the tenant.

“Our focus at Regent Properties and specifically at Park Towers is always on delivering the best-in-class amenities coupled with a tenant experience that employees value,” said Matthew Benbassat, COO at Regent Properties. “When a tenant as prominent as Cadence Bank recognizes our commitment and selects our project, we can’t think of any greater compliment we can receive as an operator of first-class campuses.”


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