Houston-based Braun Enterprises purchased an office and retail complex on a prime parcel along West Alabama just west of the Galleria.
The deal was announced by HFF, which marketed the property for Wedge Properties Management Corp.
The 196,000-square-foot property at 5353 and 5373 West Alabama, presents an opportunity for Braun Enterprises to renovate, rebrand and restock with new tenants serving both the neighborhood and office occupants.Read More
The tenant for the Washington Avenue corridor's first dedicated coworking space has been revealed.
Washington Office Co. signed a seven-year lease for just over 8,000 square feet at 1919 Washington Ave., according to previous HBJ reporting and building permits filed with the city of Houston. Washington Office Co. will open at 1919 Washington Ave. by February 2019, Matt Arceneaux, the founder of Washington Office Co., told the Houston Business Journal.Read More
Around six months after acquiring an office property in San Antonio, Houston-based Braun Enterprises has finalized its plans to redevelop the property into a mixed-use development with retail offerings.
Braun Enterprises will redevelop the 187,000-square-foot office building at 84 NE Loop 410 to include just over 20,000 square feet of retail across two buildings, per Braun's marketing materials.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises unveiled plans to put its new brand of urban office space at its 2522 Yale redevelopment in the Heights. Additionally, F45 Training has signed up as a second retail tenant in the project.
F45 Training will occupy 3,000 square feet in a new fitness studio adjoining Bishops salon. Braun Enterprises is building out the space and will deliver it to tenants by October.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises has ventured into San Antonio with the acquisition of 84 NE Loop 410, also known as the Century Building.
The four-story, 187,000-square-foot building sits on 10 acres at Loop 410 at U.S. 281. Additional retail space and parking could be added to accommodate restaurants and stores, the company said.Read More
An historic building's renovation on Washington Avenue will officially bring coworking space to
the growing corridor for the first time.
An undisclosed tenant signed a seven-year lease for just over 8,000 square feet at 1919 Washington Ave. for a coworking concept.
Braun Enterprises has landed Verizon, Title Boxing Club and new-to-Houston Bishops as initial tenants in its upcoming Midtown redevelopment. The 16,021-square-foot building at 3100 Fannin, at the northwest corner of Elgin, represents the latest of more than 30 inner Loop redevelopments for the Houston real estate firm. The project includes offices on the second floor and retail on the first.Read More
Braun Enterprises, a Houston-based developer that primarily focuses on inner Loop retail restoration projects, acquired an office property in the Galleria area and plans to significantly renovate the building.Read More
The Houston-based developer, which is known for buying older inner-Loop properties and developing them into viable mixed-use projects, is under contract to buy a 160,000-square-foot office building near the Galleria Mall, Dan Braun told the Houston Business Journal. There's a 30,000-square-foot vacancy in the property over four contiguous floors; Braun said the company will develop creative office space in that chunk of space and lease to small companies.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises has several more properties to add to its growing Bayou City retail portfolio. The development company, which has become well-known for acquiring older Heights-area properties and flipping them into viable retail developments, is building a 4,316-square-foot retail property at 311 West Gray Street near Midtown, Braun's Zach Wolf told the Houston Business Journal.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises is launching a new redevelopment project just west of T.C. Jester Boulevard in the Heights.
The developer, which often acquires older inner-Loop buildings and flips them into viable retail and restaurant developments, will break ground on Grove Heights this week. The retail development, at 1900 W. 18th St., has nabbed leases from Colorado-based Sola Salon Studios and New York-based I Love Kickboxing, Wolf said.Read More
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene will move its inner-Loop office to a project redeveloped by Houston-based Braun Enterprises.Read More
Braun Enterprises assembled four properties to develop the River Oaks Collection. Kriser's Natural Pet will be the first tenant, occupying a 2,214-square-foot building on the site at 1515 W. Gray.Read More
The company behind the transformation of Harold’s in the Heights is on a tear inside and near the Loop, where it has bought more than 15 rundown retail properties. But instead of razing them and developing skyward — which the land costs justify — Braun Enterprises has been repurposing the existing buildings where possible and redeveloping the sites into local-focused retail centers and standalone restaurants.Read More