HOUSTON-Behringer Harvard REIT I Inc. has acquired the 502,410-sf One BriarLake Plaza, taking the first of two offices buildings brought to market last spring by Crescent Real Estate Equities LP. The indication of the deal size is its Harris County assessment of $95.4 million.

The final price for the class A building at 2000 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. couldn’t be obtained by deadline. The eight-year-old building, situated on nine acres in the Westchase submarket, is 93% occupied. Crescent, now part of Morgan Stanley, acquired the building in October 2003 in a partnership with JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management for $75 million.

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