Modernizing in Missouri City: Developers Breathe Life Into Long-Vacant Building

When the signs went up and the demo work started at 3634 Glenn Lakes Ln. in Missouri City, the calls of excitement began coming in, says Apurva Sanghavi. “It’s exciting and a testament to the demand,” he says. The 40,000-square-foot office building stands at the intersection of Highway 6 and FM 1092, which also serves as the entrance to Quail Valley, a master-planned community in the growing suburb southwest of Houston. Built in 1984, the building served the adjacent Memorial Hermann campus. The hospital eventually moved closer to SH-99, as did the physicians who operated out of the Glenn Lakes building. “Then the building was severely damaged by
Hurricane Ike,” explains Joseph Esch, the economic development director for the City of Missouri City. “It had been damaged and vacant ever since.” Click to read more at