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Northwest Houston office building now 91 percent leased


By Olivia Pulsinelli  – Senior web editor, Houston Business Journal

May 16, 2018, 2:58pm


Nearly all of Remington Square III, an eight-story, 200,552-square-foot office building in northwest Houston, has been leased.

Acclara Solutions Intermediate LLC recently leased 82,940 square feet in the building, which is at 10713 W. Sam Houston Parkway N., according to information from Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners. With this deal, the building is now 91 percent leased.


Tim Relyea and David Guion with Cushman & Wakefield represented Acclara, while Brad Fricks and Ryan Bishop with Stream represented the landlord, Sun Life Assurance of Canada.


Houston-based Acclara Solutions describes itself as a “a revenue cycle management firm that helps hospitals, health systems, and physician practices recover more revenue more quickly with services for Patient Financial Responsibility, Insurance Reimbursement, and Conversion Assistance,” according to its website. The company was created through the merger of Patient Accounts Services and The Sirrus Group, according to an April 2017 press release.


Additionally, staffing and recruiting firm Aerotek Inc. leased 10,796 square feet in the building, Stream noted. Jamie Smith with Cushman & Wakefield and Ryan Young with Lee & Associates represented Aerotek. Fricks and Bishop represented the landlord in that deal, too.



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