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Mixed-Use Coming To The Former Halliburton Campus at 10200 Bellaire Blvd.

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  • Highrise Tower changed the title to 10200 Bellaire Blvd: New Mixed-Use Coming To The Former Halliburton Campus





A nearly 50-acre corporate campus near Houston’s Chinatown area that was once owned by a division of Halliburton Co. is set to be demolished to make way for a new mixed-use development.


While plans for the new development have not yet been made public, Johnson Development Services and the Houston office of Gensler are crafting a master plan that will include office, retail and residential spaces, the news release said. Transwestern has been tapped to oversee office leasing for the project with several build-to-suit opportunities.


The property at 10200 Bellaire Blvd. was formerly known as the Halliburton Oak Park Campus, taking its name from the company that had it built in the 1970s. The building also had ties to Brown & Root, which was a Halliburton subsidiary at the time before it merged with M.W. Kellogg to create KBR.



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  • Highrise Tower changed the title to Mixed-Use Coming To The Former Halliburton Campus at 10200 Bellaire Blvd.
2 hours ago, zaphod said:

It could be interesting to see what goes here and how it could change that area. But this also down the road from that other huge empty lot east of the Beltway at Westheimer. Is that ever going to get developed?

I'm hoping it something that fits the area I feel like that area has not even begun to tap it potential 

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This is huge for the Asian community and a big win. We know many shop owners along that route. Could bring in a good amount of office workers for all the Vietnamese and Chinese restaurants over there. 


That portion of Bellaire Blvd has been getting many new food places directly from Asia (Tiger Sugar is the big that opened this week. Look at the Yelp reviews and the two hour long lines, it's insane) and you'll notice a lot of the older shopping centers have either begun to renovate and add on to their existing buildings. 


Either way, very exciting to hear! 

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