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News Release: Construction Underway for New Medical Office at 121 Vision Park; Pre-Leasing

The Woodlands, Texas (August 17, 2018) – Construction is well underway for the new 121 Vision Park Medical Office Building at 121 Vision Park Boulevard in Shenandoah, Texas. The 58,000 square-foot, three-story Class A medical office building is designed by Zeigler Cooper Architects and is being constructed by Structura Inc. with completion anticipated by the 1st Quarter of 2019.

According to Lisa Hughes and Pamela Sprouse of The J. Beard Real Estate Company, leasing is off to a strong start as the first tenant has been signed. Gill Plastic Surgery and Dermatology will occupy the first floor of the building and was represented by Sean Durkin of The J. Beard Real Estate Company. Dr. Paul Gill shares in our excitement and anticipation with the following statement…

 “My wife and I have spent years finding the right opportunity to take our practice to the next level. The prime location and modern design, in addition to being part of a project from the ground up, appealed to us. After interviewing several commercial firms, The J Beard Company and Everson Developments had the experience, reputation, and personnel to deliver exactly what I wanted in our new design. They have been the consummate professionals to work with and I would highly recommend this ground-breaking opportunity to anyone seeking a new build-out.” 

The building site is situated with convenient access to Interstate 45 and surrounding medical office buildings, as well as four local hospitals: CHI St. Luke’s Health The Woodlands Hospital, Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center, and Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands.

The J. Beard Real Estate Company assisted the developer, Everson Developments, in acquiring the 3.5 -acre tract on Vision Park Boulevard in Shenandoah, Texas. The J. Beard Real Estate Company is also handling the marketing, property management, and leasing of the building.

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