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We’re Moving! Why Hughes Landing and Why Now?

After a decade on the Woodlands Waterway in Waterway Plaza, The Strong Firm is excited to announce its next move in growth and service to the community by relocating its offices to The Woodland’s newest and most exciting new commercial development, Hughes Landing.  Located on 66 acres on the eastern edge of Lake Woodlands, Hughes Landing, a development of the Howard Hughes Corporation, will contain up to 11 Class A office buildings, a hotel, a Whole Foods Market, an upscale multi-family living development and various restaurants, retail and entertainment venues, all being constructed in a master-planned environment from the ground up.

Many have asked “why move and why now?”  A great question with some very exciting answers.  In handling commercial transactions of many types, including commercial real estate development and providing counsel for local governmental organizations, we follow closely the opportunities and development in the local area, along with people and companies that are true leaders in their industries and in our community.  We also are very blessed with a diverse and dynamic group of people at The Strong Firm as we have grown, and are always looking for ways to meet the needs and desires of our growing firm family.  Today’s ever changing work environment requires interaction with other entrepreneurial and growing organizations housed in a dynamic and thriving setting.  Hughes Landing provides that modern work atmosphere, close to growing companies with energized staff coupled with the all the desired amenities out your back door.  The Hughes Corporation, through The Woodlands Development Company, has worked very closely with us over the past many months and has welcomed our firm with open arms into Hughes Landing, providing the elbow room we need to grow.  Although a very nice Class A building that has served us well, Waterway One has transitioned over the past several years from a multi-tenant building with dynamic growing companies to a single tenant occupied building focused less on amenities and the local community, a direction which does not fit our growing law firm.

We will move to our new location in August of 2014 and are very excited for this next phase in the growth of our firm.  If you do not have plans already to do so, stop by and see us as we transition to our new home.  Thank you to all of those that have helped make this dream a reality.

Bret Strong

Phone Number: 281-367-1222

Fax Number: 281-210-1361

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