See a sampling of 8 commercial office, retail and industrial properties for lease in south Montgomery County

24900 Pitkin Road, The Woodlands
1. OFFICE 24900 Pitkin Road, The Woodlands

1. OFFICE 24900 Pitkin Road, The Woodlands

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2. OFFICE 1330 Rayford Road, Spring
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3. OFFICE 9186 Six Pines Drive, The Woodlands
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4. RETAIL 1070 Evergreen Drive, The Woodlands
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5. RETAIL 27130 Glen Loch Drive, The Woodlands
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6. RETAIL 24527 Gosling Road, Spring
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7. INDUSTRIAL 25004 Pitkin Road, Spring
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8. INDUSTRIAL 2590 FM 1488, Conroe
Here is a selection of featured listings of active area properties for January 2020.

* nnn denotes triple net, or rates that do not including operating costs for buildings.

** fs denotes full service per square foot.

*** mg denotes a modified gross lease.


1. 24900 Pitkin Road, The Woodlands

1,486-2,074 sq. ft.


Covington & Company, Inc.

Ron H. Robertson 713-974-7600

2. 1330 Rayford Park Road, Spring

2,400-12,000 sq. ft.


RE/MAX Carlton Woods

Lewis Walker 281-747-6334

3. 9186 Six Pines Road, The Woodlands

11,189 sq. ft.


Colliers International

Norman V. Munoz 713-830-2136


4. 1070 Evergreen Drive, The Woodlands

5,680 sq. ft.


Foldetta Commercial

Ross Foldetta 281-466-2880

5. 27130 Glen Loch Drive, The Woodland

1,000 sq. ft.


Andora Real Estate

David Buttecali 281-677-2626

6. 24527 Gosling Road, Spring

3,445 sq. ft.


The Nina Marino Team

Nina Marino 281-364-3773


7. 25003 Pitkin Road, Spring

1,700 sq. ft.


Tarantino Properties, Inc.

Peggy Rougeou 713-974-4292

8. 2590 FM 1488, Conroe

32,332 sq. ft.


Newcor Commercial Real Estate

Robert D. Banzhaf 281-210-0093

This article ran in the January 2020 edition of The Woodlands. Read the full e-edition here.
By Vanessa Holt
A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of that paper in March 2017 and editor of The Woodlands edition in January 2019.


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