Commercial Land Sold On Cullen Blvd


HOUSTON, TX, June 20, 2018

Danny Nguyen, CCIM, of DN Commercial in Houston, Tx., represented the undisclosed seller, in the $865 Thousand listing of approximately 6 acres of commercial land at Cullen Blvd, Houston, TX 77047, to an undisclosed buyer.

Contact: Danny
Tel: (713) 270-5400

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