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Sam Houston Crossing II Signs New Tenant

TFH Reliability Group LLC has signed a new lease for 14,861 square feet at Sam Houston Crossing II, 10344 Sam Houston Park Dr. in Houston. Transwestern managing director Doug Little, SVP Louann Pereira and senior associate Matthew Seliger represented the landlord, Buchanan Street Properties.

Patrick Wolford and Travis Taylor of Lee & Associates and Robert Parsley and Chris Nash of Colliers International represented the tenant, a provider of engineered product and service solutions for machinery used in a wide range of heavy industries.

Sam Houston Crossing II is a 159,056-square-foot, Class A suburban office building designed to LEED Certified standards to achieve sustainable development, maximize energy efficiency and water savings, and create a healthy work environment. The property is managed by Transwestern.

Buchanan Street acquired Sam Houston Crossing II from Duke Realty in 2016. It secured a $20-million, five-year loan to refinance the property earlier this year.

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