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Texas Orthopedic Hospital: 2-Story Vertical Expansion


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I noticed about two weeks ago that a crane had appeared behind the Texas Orthopedic Hospital in the Texas Medical Center at Greenbriar and S. Main. This past week, they began to add some steel beams to the top of the existing 3 story building - building some steel framework about 2 stories tall. Driving by today, I snapped a few pics.

 

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Doing a quick Google search, I managed to find a small bit of info, including some interior and an exterior renderings.

 

http://www.behance.net/gallery/13794267/Texas-Orthopedic-Hospital

 

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Sounds like they are doing a 2 story vertical expansion onto their existing building. I really couldn't find any other details besides that. Anyone know any additional details?

 

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HOUSTON — JLL  was selected by Texas Orthopedic Hospital, an affiliate of HCA Houston Healthcare, as exclusive leasing agent for its medical office building at 7505 South Main. The 80,098 SF, Class A building has leasing availability ranging from 2,577 SF to 14,625 SF. JLL’s Chris Wadley, Angela Barber and Hope Brunner will represent 7505 South Main in marketing and leasing efforts for the property.

https://realtynewsreport.com/rnr-real-estate-briefs-hou-dal-aus-sat-and-more-22/

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