Goree Architects was represented by Avison Young principal, Anthony Squillante, and associate, Collin Roach, who are based in the company’s Houston office. The landlord, Granite Barnhart Sage Plaza LP was represented by Nina Seyyedin, senior associate, and Jason Presley, senior vice president, both with CBRE.
“We are excited to have assisted Goree Architects with their relocation to Sage Plaza,” said Squillante. “As a result of this move, our client’s employees will enjoy a newly renovated, amenity-rich building with a great, well-capitalized landlord.”
Goree Architects will move their headquarters from 4710 Bellaire Boulevard to 5151 San Felipe in the Galleria submarket of Houston. The architectural design firm is expanding their space from approximately 8,000 square feet to 14,206 square feet as their growing business adds new service lines and employees. Their new suite will occupy the majority of the 17th floor of Sage Plaza.
Since 1963, Goree Architects, Inc. has designed thousands of retail automotive facilities nationwide. While the design of retail automotive facilities continues to be a core segment of the firm’s business, the company has established a presence in the commercial and corporate interior(s) sectors over the last few years. The firm is actively working on projects spanning the industrial, manufacturing, office and retail markets. Further, from a corporate interiors perspective, Goree’s team serves both landlord and tenant-represented projects and has a number of each underway at present.
“We are extremely excited with the growth our firm has experienced in the commercial and interiors sectors of our business and envision our new space at Sage Plaza as a reflection of that growth for our clients as well as the amazing group of people that make up our team,” said Steve Craney, president of Goree Architects, Inc.
“We are excited to welcome Goree Architects to Sage Plaza,” said Seyyedin. “Goree is exactly the type of successful and dynamic tenant the owners of Sage Plaza envisioned for the building when they completed a multimillion-dollar renovation.”