INTRODUCING WEST MEMORIAL PLACE. ONE VISION. ENDLESS POTENTIAL. Developed by Skanska, designed by the prominent architectural firm HOK to LEED Gold standards ...

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INTRODUCING WEST MEMORIAL PLACE. ONE VISION. ENDLESS POTENTIAL. Developed by Skanska, designed by the prominent architectural firm HOK to LEED Gold standards and located in the center of Houston’s Energy Corridor, West Memorial Place is connected to everything that is essential in life and in business. ONE WITH COMMUNITY. West Memorial Place is located on 12 acres in the center of Houston’s Energy Corridor, one of the preeminent locations for national and international companies in the oil and gas industry. Leading companies like ConocoPhillips, Shell, BP and Wood Group call this 26,000-acre enclave of lush parks, bayous, offices and neighborhoods home. If energy is your business, the Energy Corridor is where you want to be. Highly visible and accessible yet private, West Memorial Place offers one of the city’s most desirable addresses on prestigious Memorial Drive. Removed from the congestion of I-10, the site provides immediate access to the Interstate, Highway 6 and Eldridge Parkway and throughout the city via major thoroughfares and traffic arteries. Within the Energy Corridor there isn’t a location that is better suited to the demands of corporate life than West Memorial Place. Immediately adjacent to the site are the hike and bike trails of Terry Hershey Park including the densely forested bike trails along Buffalo Bayou. Hotels and restaurants, retail and support services, parks and public spaces are all located just minutes away. ONE WITH LIFESTYLE. From the floor-to-ceiling glass walls, on the building’s north side, that let in natural light and provide panoramic vistas, to the abundance of trees and landscaped features that define the site, nature is an integral part of the West Memorial Place experience. Bike to work on the miles of hike and bike trails in Terry Hershey Park and along Memorial Drive. Work out in the fully equipped fitness center outfitted with showers and lockers. Eat a healthy lunch in the on-site café. West Memorial Place is designed to support an active, healthy lifestyle. PROJECT FACTS ADDRESS 15375 Memorial Drive, Houston, Texas 77079 BUILDING SIZE - 12-story, 324,750 SF Class A office building - Nine-level parking garage with 1,326 parking spaces PROJECT DESCRIPTION - Floors 2-6: 28,878 rentable square feet - Floors 7-12: 28,247 rentable square feet - Energy-efficient glass and stone exterior - Minimal columns - 8-10 column-free corner offices per floor LOCATION - In the center of Houston’s Energy Corridor - Unique campus setting adjacent to Terry Hershey Park hike and bike trails ACCESS Removed from the direct congestion of I-10 yet with excellent access to I-10, Highway 6, Eldridge Parkway, Beltway 8 and the Grand Parkway BUILDING AMENITIES - Fitness center - Showers and lockers - On-site café - Adjacent to Terry Hershey Park hike and bike trails - 24/7 security - Card key access system - On-site property management PARKING - 4/1,000 ratio - Nine levels of garage parking - Enclosed, conditioned walkway to building - Three garage elevators with air conditioned vestibules SUSTAINABILITY - Designed to be LEED Gold and to consume 25% less energy than typical baseline buildings - Sustainable features including a demand control ventilation system and energy recovery wheel provide energy efficiency and tenant convenience ELECTRICAL - 6.9 watts PSF of power - Dual power feeds from two separate substations - Underground utilities provide security and beautify the area DEVELOPER Skanska USA Commercial Development ARCHITECT HOK, Houston


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