BeerNut Posted February 12, 2020 Share Posted February 12, 2020 (edited) On 2/7/2020 at 2:25 PM, Luminare said: This is exactly what I'm talking about though. Not only do we have an abnormal amount of office stock compared to the size of our population, but its also scattered throughout the entire city and isn't concentrated in one location. Because there is so much cheap space to choose from elsewhere in the city people can avoid the more costly aging stock in downtown. Land values are still fairly cheap throughout Houston but with so much office stock is there any reason to think we will start to see office to apartment/condo conversions outside of Downtown? Edited February 12, 2020 by BeerNut Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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