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2350 North Belt Tower

Description

2350 North Belt Tower is a 10-story, executive office tower containing 165,094 square feet of Class A office space and amenities. The building is prominently located on N. Sam Houston Parkway, less than five minutes from George Bush Intercontinental Airport as well as numerous hotel and dining amenities, and offers exceptional access to executive residential communities.

The building formerly was home to the corporate headquarters of Southwestern Energy and currently serves as home for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. A seven-level access controlled parking garage with covered building access and abundant surface parking provides 707 total spaces (4.3:1000 RSF). The distinctive exterior is comprised of high-performance, tinted glass panels and landscaped outdoor amenities for tenants include an abundance of green space, outdoor dining patio and a fully-stocked Koi pond.

A new state-of-the-art Fitness Center complete with luxurious locker rooms and high end finishes has been designed and is ready for build out. In addition, a new first floor video conference and meeting center will be available to large and smaller tenants alike.  A full-service cafe, 24-hour security, after-hours card key access and onsite property management round out these Class A Houston amenities.  See more at 2350northbelttower.com .

Location

Address :

2350 North Sam Houston Parkway East
Houston, TX 77032

For driving directions and map, click here.

 Phone:
281.442.2350

Property Manager: Dominique Holzman

 

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