August 30, 2017 (HOUSTON, TX) – In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Houston-based commercial real estate firm, Boxer Property, is open for business at 95% of its 58 Houston properties. Tenants of the impacted properties have been notified via email by their property manager.
After its first priority to confirm the safety of all Boxer employees, property assignments were made to inspect property grounds and buildings for flooding and water damage. With some special logistics planning, management and maintenance staff made adjustments to their regular assignments to assess properties close to their homes or from accessible freeways. As of Tuesday morning, all properties had been inspected to insure their safety and availability for customers to return to work.
“ Boxer Property has been extremely fortunate. All employees and property staff have been accounted for and we’ve avoided any significant property damage, so far” said Operations Director, Marc Vecchio “We’re continuing to assess our properties and are ready for our tenants to return to their offices.”
In the aftermath, Boxer Property recognizes that many other businesses have been impacted by the flooding and it has made special pricing and short term office space available in houston for those displaced by Harvey. Helping our community stay safe and recover is our priority.
About Boxer Property
Boxer Property is celebrating its 25 year anniversary as an innovative commercial real estate investment and management company that specializes in maximizing the value of under-performing and challenged properties through aggressive leasing and hands-on management. Founded in 1992, Boxer Property Management Corporation is a privately held firm based in Houston that manages, leases, and administers retail, medical, hospitality and office properties with over 17 million square feet across more than 120 locations, nationwide.
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