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3M office buildings at 13011 McCallen PassAUSTIN – Washington-based PRP Real Estate Investment Management LLC has purchased 3M's office buildings​ at 13011 McCallen Pass from Karlin Real Estate.

The $145 million, 300,000-sf office pair is at the 225-ace Parmer Austin business park.  

Other park tenants include Home Depot, Blue Apron, and Natera.

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​Source: Connect Media​

​COLLEGE STATION – Registration is open for the Annual Outlook for Texas Land Markets conference. This is the 30th year the popular event has been offered by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. 

The conference provides information on a variety of legal, economic, social, and natural resources issues influencing current land market dynamics. It will be April 23 and 24 at the Omni Hotel at the Colonnade, 9821 Colonnade Blvd. in San Antonio. ​

To register, go to the conference webpage. The website also has information on a limited number of special-rate rooms reserved at the Omni Hotel and Staybridge Suites. 

Conference-only registration is $275 until March 25 and $300 after that. At the door, it's $350. 

A special four-hour legal update from the Texas Real Estate Commission is available after the conference concludes on Friday. The optional course costs an additional $50, and you must be registered for the conference to attend the legal update. 

Registrants have exclusive access to the Center’s event app, which includes presentations, speaker bios, event notifications, giveaways, and attendee interaction.

For more information, contact Cheryl Pruitt, meeting planner, at cpruitt@recenter.tamu.edu or 979-845-2037. 

Texas logoThe Real Estate Center has a wealth of economic information online for free.

​COLLEGE STATION – Registration is open for the Annual Outlook for Texas Land Markets conference. This is the 30th year the popular event has been offered by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. 

The conference provides information on a variety of legal, economic, social, and natural resources issues influencing current land market dynamics. It will be April 23 and 24 at the Omni Hotel at the Colonnade, 9821 Colonnade Blvd. in San Antonio. ​

To register, go to the conference webpage. The website also has information on a limited number of special-rate rooms reserved at the Omni Hotel and Staybridge Suites. 

Conference-only registration is $275 until March 25 and $300 after that. At the door, it's $350. 

A special four-hour legal update from the Texas Real Estate Commission is available after the conference concludes on Friday. The optional course costs an additional $50, and you must be registered for the conference to attend the legal update. 

Registrants have exclusive access to the Center’s event app, which includes presentations, speaker bios, event notifications, giveaways, and attendee interaction.

For more information, contact Cheryl Pruitt, meeting planner, at cpruitt@recenter.tamu.edu or 979-845-2037. 

Texas logoThe Real Estate Center has a wealth of economic information online for free.

​​HERNDON, Va. – Texas is the top state in the U.S. for contributions to state gross domestic product (GDP) ​created by commercial real estate (CRE) development, according to NAIOP.

The Lone Star State created and supported 378,700 CRE construction-related jobs, contributing $54.15 billion to the state’s economy in 2019. 

Direct construction spending in Texas last year was around $20.9 billion. 

​Texas ranked first in three of the four development types NAIOP looked at—office, warehouse/flex, and retail space. 

New development​ and ongoing operations of CRE buildings in the U.S. created and supported 9.2 million jobs last year. It contributed $1.14 trillion to the U.S. GDP.

Texas logoThe Real Estate Center has more information like this online:

​Source: NAIOP​

​​HERNDON, Va. – Texas is the top state in the U.S. for contributions to state gross domestic product (GDP) ​created by commercial real estate (CRE) development, according to NAIOP.

The Lone Star State created and supported 378,700 CRE construction-related jobs, contributing $54.15 billion to the state’s economy in 2019. 

Direct construction spending in Texas last year was around $20.9 billion. 

​Texas ranked first in three of the four development types NAIOP looked at—office, warehouse/flex, and retail space. 

New development​ and ongoing operations of CRE buildings in the U.S. created and supported 9.2 million jobs last year. It contributed $1.14 trillion to the U.S. GDP.

Texas logoThe Real Estate Center has more information like this online:

​Source: NAIOP​