Midway Plans Office Building in Houston’s CityCentre – The Real Deal

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Midway wants to add to an already massive mixed-use development in West Houston.

The Houston-based firm, whose CEO is Bradley Freels, is plotting a nearly $88 million office tower at 903 Town and Country Boulevard in the CityCentre, a 37-acre megadevelopment with retail, restaurants, office space, residences and entertainment, the Houston Business Journal reported

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The project, dubbed CityCentre Six, is scheduled to break ground in March and be completed in October 2025. While Midway’s exact plans are unclear, the project is set to include a 310,000-square-foot office tower and a 371,000-square-foot parking garage, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

A leasing brochure on Midway’s website outlines features such as 27,500-square-foot floor plates, two rooftop terraces, 11,000 square feet of retail space and a 25,000-square-foot urban plaza. Michael Anderson of Cushman & Wakefield is the leasing agent, and Houston-based Kirksey Architecture is designing the development.

Midway has also started construction on CityCentre Seven, a six-story office building and hotel that’s replacing the former Four Points by Sheraton Houston West. Once completed, CityCentre Seven will feature 120,000 square feet of office space and more than 27,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, along with various wellness amenities such as a spa, the outlet said.

CityCentre was 97 percent leased as of last year and has attracted major tenants like Amazon, Jacobs Engineering, Infosys and Pin Oak Group. 

Midway’s expertise with large-scale, mixed-use projects has helped establish its reputation as one of Houston’s real estate heavyweights. One notable project on the way is East River, a 150-acre, $2.5 billion development along Buffalo Bayou that’s slated for offices, retail, apartments and recreation space.

Midway is also working to redevelop oil giant ConocoPhillips’ former headquarters in West Houston into a 70-acre mixed-use district. 

—Quinn Donoghue

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