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A Look Inside 1111 Fannin: Plans Move Forward on Office Move
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Recently Harris County Flood Control District leadership took a tour of 1111 Fannin, the proposed future home of several Flood Control District offices.  Below are some of the highlights.   


  • The building is 450,000 square feet and was built in the 1970s.

  • The current tenant will occupy the building until September.

  • 1111 Fannin has tunnel access to restaurants and shops. 

  • Occupancy will take 1-2 years and likely occur in phases. 

  • The building has 450 spots for parking. 

  • Harris County has procured all furniture in the building. 

  • The building floorplan include an 80/20 mix, or 80 percent open space and 20 percent closed office. 

  • Everyone has access to daylight. Offices are in the interior of the building.

  • There are shared amenity stations situated around the core of the building.

The move would impact the Harris County Flood Control District, Harris County Community Services Department, and the Harris County Engineering Department.  Recently, county commissioners approved negotiating to purchase the downtown Houston building. The move would aim to consolidate several County departments and increase efficiencies by working closely together. Staff from Brookhollow, Delta and NW Crossing would take part in the move. Staff at the Michael Talbott Service Center and the South Service Center would remain in their current office space. 

We will continue to keep you updated as this process moves forward.

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