Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus breaks ground in Springwoods Village

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Springwoods Village
The upcoming Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus will include two five-story buildings and offer an estimated 440,000 square feet of rent space. The development will also feature a variety of amenities, including a central courtyard, a fitness center and a cafe, among others. (Courtesy Patrinely Group)

The upcoming Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus will include two five-story buildings and offer an estimated 440,000 square feet of rent space. The development will also feature a variety of amenities, including a central courtyard, a fitness center and a cafe, among others. (Courtesy Patrinely Group)

The Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus, a new corporate development, broke ground Feb. 12 at the CityPlace urban center in Springwoods Village, according to a press release.

Slated for completion in spring 2022, the campus will include two five-story buildings located at the southwest corner of East Mossy Oaks Road and Lake Plaza Drive, and it will offer an estimated 440,000 square feet of rent space. The development will also feature a variety of amenities, including a central courtyard, a fitness center and a cafe, among others.


The Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus is a joint venture of Patrinely Group, USAA Real Estate and CDC Houston, and it is the fourth major corporation to be housed at CityPlace at Springwoods Village, a 2,000-acre master-planned community located west of I-45 and north of Spring Stuebner Road. The campus joins Hewlett Packard Incorporated, Southwestern Energy and the American Bureau of Shipping. As previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus is one of multiple developments coming to Springwoods Village in 2020.
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