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Colliers Arranges Charter School Lease Along Westpark Tollway

Colliers International arranged the lease of 14,500 square feet to a charter school at 6403 Addicks Clodine Rd. in Houston. The tenant, Houston Classical Charter School, plans to open in August to students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

Houston Classical was represented by Lesa Nickelson French of Savills. Kimberly Lenardson and Hannah Tosch of Colliers represented the property’s owner, New Life Baptist Church of Houston.

The turnkey school facility sits on approximately two acres and is situated along Westpark Tollway, just west of Highway 6. It offers convenient accessibility to Westpark Tollway, and the location facilitates student pick-up and drop-off.

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