Houston, Texas, August 21, 2018 – Fifth Corner announces that it has completed the acquisition of the Garden Oaks Center in Houston, Texas. This 100% occupied property is located in the Garden Oaks neighborhood of Houston at the traffic lighted intersection of the northeast corner of 34th Street and North Shepherd Drive. This is the fourth property investment for Fifth Corner Property Fund I, LP (“the Fund”) since the closing of its initial capital commitments in February 2018.
The Garden Oaks Center is comprised of approximately 14,000 square feet of improvements situated on 0.80 acres in an infill, community-oriented neighborhood directly adjacent to Graham Park and within close proximity to Loop 610, The Heights neighborhood and a 10-minute drive from Downtown Houston. The area has experienced tremendous growth and revitalization over the last 10 years and continues to improve given its proximity to major roads and employment centers.
“With the addition of the Garden Oaks Center, we are excited to grow the Fifth Corner footprint with the consistent quality of our Irreplaceable Corners™,” says Tenel Tayar, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Fifth Corner. “With fundamentals that fulfill all of our “5D” investment framework, we are enthusiastic about the potential of this property and the opportunity to create value for our investors.”
The Fund has a fifth property under contract in one of Fifth Corner’s target markets. The anticipated closing date for the property is scheduled for the third quarter 2018.
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