Riverside Resources plans major office park on former site of AMD campus near Austin airport

With most commercial real estate eyes fixed on new office buildings in downtown Austin and The Domain, another expansive project is underway in Southeast Austin — largely under the radar screen.

Since late 2013, Austin-based Riverside Resources has been quietly acquiring large portions of Advanced Micro Devices Inc.’s former campus near East Ben White Boulevard and Montopolis Drive.

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Bellaire expands potential future uses of Chevron site

After Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX) vacates its Bellaire campus later this year, potential buyers will have more options for its future use.

The Bellaire City Council earlier this week approved changing the land use designation of the approximately 30-acre site from “business park” — currently zoned as a Technical Research Park District — to a special development area. The site is just outside of the Interstate 610 Loop and bounded by West Loop South, Fournace Place, South Rice Avenue and Mayfair Street.

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Houston developer buys BP Energy Corridor building

BP PLC, the U.K.-based energy giant, has sold a large property in the Energy Corridor.

Woodbranch Investments Corp., a Houston-based developer and investment company, bought BP PLC (NYSE: BP)’s 390,000-square-foot Helios Plaza at 201 Helios Way, according to a report from CBRE’s Houston office.

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Development group brings $6B Walsh project to Fort Worth’s Sundance Square

The development group behind the new $6 billion, 7,200-acre Walsh master-planned community in Fort Worth has opened a pop-up storefront in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square to temporarily serve as the neighborhood hub for the project.

The store will showcase Walsh’s initial development phase, which includes the construction of several model homes, at the development site near where Interstate 20 and I-30 merge, which sits 12 minutes west of the city’s central business district.

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First tenant sets move-in date for 609 Main in downtown Houston

Hines’ 609 Main, the 1,050,000-square-foot tower in downtown Houston, is set to have its first tenant move in soon: Hines.

The Houston-based developer’s U.S. Southwest Region office, which currently occupies 24,494 square feet at 811 Main in BG Group Place, will relocate to roughly 28,000 square feet in 609 Main on April 22, a Hines spokesperson told the Houston Business Journal. Hines will move onto the 44th floor of 609 Main.

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