An update will follow, however the developers stated in a pressrelease that the transaction puts Houston Pavilions well ahead ofschedule in terms of lease-up. "The leasing of Houston Pavilionswas proceeding along nicely," said said Geoff Jones, co-developmentand principal of Houston Pavilions in a prepared statement. "Infact, we were outpacing our projections for 2009. With the signingof the NRG lease, the occupancy of the project has hit roughly 80percent, a level we hadn't expected to achieve until 2010. We wentfrom having a good year to having a great one."

The energy company joins tenant Sheehy, Serpe & WarePC, which signed a lease for just over 28,000 square feetat the beginning of this year.

Eric Anderson and Greg Tilton of Transwestern represented theowner, Houston Pavilions LP. NRG Texas was represented by George"Trey" Strake, III and Christopher Oliver with Cushman &Wakefield of Texas, Inc.

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