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HP's New $430 Million Complex Breaks Ground


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New complex for HP means 140 more jobs

County will provide partial tax abatement

By BILL MURPHY

Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle

Hewlett-Packard plans to add 140 high-tech and professional jobs at a $430 million data center complex that will be built in northwest Houston, the company told county officials Tuesday.

Commissioners Court voted to grant HP a tax abatement on part of the property after the company laid out some of its plans for the facility.

The abatement will cut HP's taxes in half on a portion of the data center's value

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That is great news, I am proud that Houston continues to diversify and attract other businesses outside ot medical and energy.

This is a great assest to us, since most of the tech business in Texas is in Austin!

I know we had HP and Compaq in Houston already, but more is always better.

Great news. B)

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It's great to see HP investing in the area again, as the HP/Compaq merger really stunted things for awhile as they got their ducks in a row. Now that whole area around HP is about to take off again with a more diversified slate of corporations along with some nice new lifestyle amenities.

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