The 1980s-era manufacturing and warehouse building at 1511 W.34th St. was sold by the First Bank of Central Texas of Temple,according to Chris Kugle, an associate with NAI Houston. He saysthe asset had been marketed for $725,000.

Kugle says the property was bought to provide DiscoveryResources LLC, a litigation support company, with the room theyneeded to expand. "They'd simply outgrown their current facility on29th street," says Kugle, who represented the buyer in thetransaction. Debbie Richardson of Michael Berry Properties inHouston negotiated for the seller.

Kugle tells that Discovery Resources owned itsformer facility, 4,000 sf at 718 W. 29th St. Now, it's up forlease.

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