HP’s Houston campus on the market

TRD New York /
Jan.January 19, 2018 11:23 AM

HP Enterprise is marketing its 2-million-square-foot campus in Houston for sale, and it could fetch an estimated $55 million. Originally the home of Compaq Computers, which HP acquired in 2002, the complex has manufacturing and laboratory space, but after Hurricane Harvey flooded parts of Houston, HP announced it would move its manufacturing operations to Austin and Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. HP sold a chunk of the campus to Lone Star College System in 2009 amidst a corporate consolidation. [Houston Chronicle]


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