The Reserve at Greens Crossing I and II are located in the Greens Crossing section of Greenspoint, next to other multi-story buildings and are part of a commercial park governed by deed restrictions imposed by Exxon, the original owner of the park. Single-story office offers important advantages to tenants, the most valuable being a lower cost structure as a result of lower CAM charges, lower HVAC sots, more efficient and flexible space planning, and a lower common area factor.
Description: The two buildings at the Reserve at GreensCrossing II are of concrete tilt-wall, steel frame construction with a greater than normal portion of the buildings’ exteriors being wrapped with 1/4″ high-performance, reflective glass. Additional features include extensive landscaping, limestone-colored concrete tilt-wall with architectural reveals, colored pavers at entries, and prominent monument signage for tenants. The parking ratio is 6:1000rsf.
The buildings were designed with large and efficient “open concept” floor plates with 120-ft bay depths and 11.5-ft ceiling heighths. Both buildings are connected with conduit, allowing a tenant to more easily expand into the sister building. The project was built with the needs of modern-day technology in mind, with redundant energy from two separate substations offering 11+ watts per usable sf, redundant fiber optic feeds from adjacent roads, and five fiber optic companies in the area.
Location: 11410 Greens Crossing Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77067
The project is located within the Greater Greenspoint Management District, in close proximity to numerous restaurants, malls, and George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The buildings also enjoy easy access to both Beltway 8 and IH-45 via the Ella Boulevard exit, less than 1/8 of a mile away.
Size: 157,788rsf distributed evenly between two single-story buildings.
Project Team and Timeline:
Developer – Simmons Vedder Partners
Architect – House Reh Burwell Architects
Construction Start – Spring 2000
Building Complete – January 2001
Houston Chronicle, 7-18-2000