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U. of St. Thomas Leases Full Floor at Shenandoah MOB

The University of St. Thomas leased 20,000 square feet encompassing the third floor at the Vision Park Medical office building located at 121 Vision Park Blvd. in Shenandoah, TX. The university will offer its Second Degree Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in the new space.

The owner, Everson Developments and VP2 Partners, was represented by Lisa Hughes and Pamela Sprouse of J. Beard Real Estate Company. Colliers International’s Beth Young represented the tenant in the transaction.

Situated in close proximity to The Woodlands hospital and medical district, the Vision Park Medical building completed its construction in the second quarter of 2019. It is a 58,000-square-foot, Class A medical office with high-end finishes throughout the three-story site.

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