Hewlett Packard signs lease at Paloma Ridge on FM 620

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has signed a lease for a 27,326-square-foot space in (HPE) at Paloma Ridge, a three-building office park at 13620 FM 620 in Northwest Austin, according to a press release. Hewlett Packard Enterprise will occupy a space in Building C, a 164,714-square-foot building scheduled to be completed by the end of March, the release said. Paloma Ridge's two existing structures—buildings A and B—total 210,610 square feet and are at 100% occupancy, according to the release. 512-481-3031. 512-481-3025. www.palomaridgeaustin.com


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