Dow leases 200K sf in Midway’s CityCentre Six

Will occupy 65 percent of 19-story building

Midway Signs Dow to Massive Lease at CityCentre in Houston
Dow's Jim Fitterling and Midway's Bradley Freels with CityCentre Six in Houston (DOW, Midway)

Midway landed a massive tenant to occupy nearly two-thirds of a 19-story office building it is developing in Houston.

The Dow Chemical Company has leased 200,000 square feet in CityCentre Six, which is expected to span 310,000 square feet at 903 Town and Country Boulevard.

Terms of the deal, facilitated by Michael Anderson of Cushman & Wakefield, weren’t disclosed. 

Dow plans to move from its space at the Plaza at Enclave, at 1254 Enclave Parkway, when the $88 million CityCentre Six opens in 2026. 

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Construction recently started, and the building is set to feature two rooftop terraces, 11,000 square feet of retail space and a 25,000-square-foot urban plaza, aiming to blend workplace functionality with lifestyle amenities. 

Next up for Midway’s 50-acre CityCentre is CityCentre Seven, which will feature a six-story office building and hotel, replacing the former Four Points by Sheraton Houston West. Upon completion, it will offer 120,000 square feet of office space as well and an additional 27,000 square feet of retail, along with wellness amenities.

The district encompasses 2 million square feet, including about 630,000 square feet of office space and boasts a 100 percent occupancy, according to Midway. Office tenants across its Class A space include Amazon, Pin Oak Group, Jacobs Engineering and Infosys, indicating the area’s broad appeal to both tech-oriented and traditional businesses.

Apart from CityCentre, Midway is also developing Houston’s largest mixed-use project, the East River. That $2.5 billion, 150-acre development started construction last year along Buffalo Bayou, at 100 Jensen Drive, near Interstate 69. Phase One includes the five-story Laura apartment complex, 250,000 square feet of office space and an additional 110,000 square feet of retail outlets. Midway is also redeveloping oil giant ConocoPhillips’ former headquarters in West Houston into a 70-acre mixed-use district.

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