NCS Multistage Holdings, Inc. inks lease for office space in Chasewood Crossing Three

Chasewood Crossing Three is a six-story, 156,000-square-foot class A office building located off Hwy. 249. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)
Chasewood Crossing Three is a six-story, 156,000-square-foot class A office building located off Hwy. 249. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

Chasewood Crossing Three is a six-story, 156,000-square-foot class A office building located off Hwy. 249. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

NCS Multistage Holdings, Inc., an oil and gas technology and services company, has relocated its headquarters to Chasewood Crossing Three, a newly constructed class A office building located at 19350 Hwy. 249, Houston.



The company is moving from Chasewood Crossing Two, an office building that sits on the same campus, to a 20,886-square-foot office space on the top floor of Chasewood Crossing Three. Construction for the six-story building was completed in November of 2019.



NCS Multistage Chief Accounting Officer Wade Bitter said the modern, open space will allow room for company growth.



“With CRBE’s assistance we were able to start with a blank sheet and use new concepts in our space to more efficiently create our floor design and layout,” Bitter said. “The headquarters relocation also facilitates a broader consolidation of our Houston facilities footprint. We are excited about our new location and new office layout.”



During the transaction, Kevin Saxe and Amber Wendt, of CBRE Group, a commercial real estate services and investment firm, represented the new tenant and Brenda Pennington, of Pennington Commercial Real Estate, represented owner Greenwood Properties, Inc.



Chasewood Crossing Three is one of eight office buildings in Chasewood Crossing, a 30-acre green office park development. Chasewood Crossing One, Two and Three have already been completed, and the remaining will follow suit. 281-453-2222. www.ncsmultistage.com



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