Jackson Walker is representing a partnership between Radom Capital and JPMorgan in leasing the mixed-use project Montrose Collective, which broke ground on February 10 and is expected to be completed in late 2021.
The development spans four buildings on Lower Westheimer and will include 100,000 square feet of office space, more than 50,000 square feet of retail, and a new location for the Freed-Montrose Neighborhood Library. Upon completion, Montrose Collective will support six restaurants and as many as 15 other tenants.
“We envisioned Montrose Collective as a public space that respects the existing context, weaving together community gathering spaces and porous buildings that welcome neighbors and guests,” Radom Capital managing principal Steve Radom said in a release.
The Jackson Walker team representing Radom Capital and JPMorgan in the leasing of the project includes Houston real estate attorneys S. Priya Coffey, Michael K. Kuhn, Tiana DeLeo Dunn, Abigail E. Hogan, and Mahira Khan.
For more information about the project, read Community Impact Newspaper’s article “Developers break ground on the Montrose Collective.”
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