The Howard Hughes Corporation Relocates Regional Office to The Woodlands Towers at the Waterway

By: Lorrie Parise
| Published 03/05/2021


THE WOODLANDS, TX - The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) announced today the relocation of its regional office from Hughes Landing® to The Woodlands® Towers at The Waterway. Owned and managed by The Howard Hughes Corporation, The Woodlands Towers at The Waterway encompasses the iconic pair of Class AAA office buildings – the 32-story, 1201 Lake Robbins tower and the 31-story, 9950 Woodloch Forest tower.

Previously in Hughes Landing®, The Howard Hughes Corporation moves its Regional Office to the Iconic Towers in the Heart of The Woodlands® Town Center

Occupying 14,654 square feet, the regional office of The Howard Hughes Corporation is located at the 9950 Woodloch Forest tower on the 12th floor, neighboring the corporate headquarters, which is on the 11th floor. The award-winning master planned communities of The Woodlands, Bridgeland® and The Woodlands Hills® are part of the regional portfolio of The Howard Hughes Corporation.

“We are excited to relocate our regional office on the 12th floor, adjoining with our corporate office on the 11th floor in the premier environment of The Woodlands Towers at The Waterway,” said Jim Carman, President - Houston Region for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “The Woodlands is one of the most successful master planned communities in the nation, offering a superb workforce, low taxes, highly acclaimed schools, superb medical facilities and recreational amenities focused on a healthy lifestyle. We are fortunate to office in The Woodlands where many of our team call their hometown.”

Amenities in The Woodlands Towers at The Waterway focus on health and wellness. A two story, 19,000 square-foot fitness center includes a basketball/volleyball/pickleball court, sprint track, premier cardio and weight equipment, locker rooms with showers and flex space for classes.

Exclusively for tenants, a 33,000-square-foot multipurpose rooftop terrace is designed for events, relaxation and recreation. The rooftop terrace is located adjacent to convenient conference facilities and near the fitness center. The 9950 Woodloch tower features a double-height lobby with floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking The Woodlands Waterway®. Conveniently located near restaurants, hotels, entertainment, multifamily and residential, The Woodlands Towers at The Waterway is situated adjacent to I-45 at the entrance of the Waterway Square District. The two towers are the tallest buildings in Montgomery County.

The top four floors of the 9950 Woodloch Forest tower are occupied by Western Midstream Partners. The 1201 Lake Robbins tower is 100 percent leased by Occidental Petroleum.

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