Owned by Texas Children’s Hospital, the 27-story building, which is widely recognized by its iconic twin spire-topped octagonal towers, was built in 1991. It features almost 450,000 square feet of medical space and is home to nearly 30 institutional and private practices.
6624 Fannin Tower is located in the heart of the Texas Medical Center where tenants enjoy both a METRO light rail and bus stop along with valet and garage parking for patients and guests. Texas Children’s invested in the building’s infrastructure and plans to bring additional retail amenities to the property, as well as refresh the common areas.
“JLL is proud to work with Texas Children’s Hospital on this project,” Chris Wadley, who heads up JLL’s Healthcare Advisory Practice in Texas, said. “6624 Fannin Tower is a wonderful facility for any medical practice or research organization looking for walkability within the TMC.”
Wadley and JLL’s Mallory Douthit are leading the leasing assignment. JLL also manages the property on behalf of Texas Children’s.
JLL has the largest commercial real estate healthcare service platform in Houston by square footage managed and leased. The firm manages and leases health care and life sciences properties as well as advises tenants seeking real estate solutions.
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