While a few main operators dominate the Houston market, there are a variety of occupiers, small businesses and large corporations in the city.
The real estate is relatively expensive compared to areas like Dallas, but the prestigious office address is worth it for companies working in relevant sectors, with each area catering for different industries.
The operators in Houston have a number of sites in high-end areas so you have the opportunity to rub shoulders with large, well-known companies in your industry.
You don’t need to take longer lease terms — with a lot of underutilized space — to have a desirable address.
The Galleria is ideal for companies looking for a high-end city feel — it's busy, with easy access to public transport and major highways.
The prices in Houston vary depending on size and function.
The average price per workstation would be $1100 for an office averaging 120 square feet.
This includes amenities ranging from internet and IT support to meeting rooms and security.
The majority of companies in Houston still request large, private office spaces. However, coworking has started to catch on in the area.
We offer a great variety of flexible office solutions across a range of sizes, with a choice of providers to cater for all requirements.
Office providers can be flexible with the layout of the workspace, and are happy to discuss partitioning to fit a particular requirement.
Five things you probably didn't know about Houston:
- Houston is such a large city that you could fit San Francisco, Boston and New York combined into its city limits
- Data collected by Gallup show Houston to be one of the top 5 cities for job creation in 2015 in the U.S.
- The Theater District is second only to New York in the US
- The largest single employer is the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world
- International trade supports more than one-third of all jobs in the Houston metropolitan area in one form or another
Why choose Houston?
Houston is an internationally recognized city, popular for its oil and gas.
It's known for its prestigious, high-end property.
In 2013, Houston was also identified as the number one USA city for job creation by the U.S. Bureau of Statistics.
Sitting in the center of America, Houston has easy access to every other major hub and waterway in the US.
Numerous prominent districts, leading business players, and a central location make Houston the ideal city for large and small companies looking to set up in North America.