New York Life Provides $208M Loan for Repositioning of Downtown Houston Office Tower


717 Texas in Houston totals 697,300 square feet. The property was completed in 2003.

HOUSTON — New York Life Real Estate Investors has provided a $208 million loan for the repositioning of 717 Texas, a 33-story office building in downtown Houston. Designed by HOK and developed by Hines in 2003, the property spans 697,300 square feet and includes coworking space on the 12th floor. The repositioning project will enhance the package of amenities, which includes a conference center, rooftop garden and workspace lounge. The renovation program will also upgrade the lobby, elevator, lighting and security consoles. A construction timeline was not released.

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