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ExxonMobil Impact Area, Near the The Woodlands, TX HALBERDIER Holdings Announces 3 Multi-million Dollar Commercial Real Estate Projects

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HALBERDIER Real Estate LLC  has created immediate commercial real estate impact in 2014 around the highly sought after ExxonMobil / Springwoods Village / and The Woodlands surrounding areas.  Trey Halberdier, founder of The H Real Estate, a HALBERDIER Holdings Company, was an early adopter of the new ExxonMobil mega corporate campus and Grand Parkway intelligence in 2009.  Halberdier hedged several future sites for acquisition & development for his companies and investors. Now, just a handful of years later, HALBERDIER Holdings is executing the game plan as initially planned. Office Retail Industrial Multifamily Mixed use Buildings Commercial Development Commercial Land" border="0" alt="HALBERDIER Real Estate LLC a HALBERDIER Holdings Company The Woodlands ExxonMobil Grand Parkway Commercial Real Estate Investment Development Advisory Brokerage Management Office Retail Industrial Multifamily Mixed use Buildings Commercial Development Commercial Land" align="middle" src=""/>

One prime land tract near Exxon and Grand Parkway, HALBERDIER Real Estate assembled, sits on over 42 acres at the southwest corner of Hardy Toll Rd and Riley Fuzzel. This site is approximately 1,000 feet south of the new Grand Parkway intersect and Hardy Toll Rd N- and less than a mile from Exxon's multibillion dollar campus. Halberdier's team plans to commence horizontal ground infrastructure immediately and are seeking office industrial flex, retail, and apartment users.

Also, HALBERDIER Holdings is zoning in on closing two undisclosed tracts for development of 275,000 square feet Class A office projects even closer to Exxon.  These future announcements will be another game changer to the area around the ExxonMobil, Springwoods Village, and The Woodlands, TX.

Halberdier's new investment & development firm's footprint in Montgomery and North Harris Counties promises to be impactful and enduring. 'We believe our core values are consistent with our community - and look forward to decades of impact and service to The Woodlands and surrounding areas,' Trey Halberdier says. 'This is just the start and we encourage all our sphere of influence to embrace and give back to this awesome community.'

HALBERDIER Real Estate plans to scale up organically and keep the brand and team streamlined as it grows. Trey Halberdier notes in his exciting 15 years in commercial real estate, '2014 will be the best so far.  We want to develop first class commercial real estate assets, provide for our community and leave a legacy,' says Halberdier. 'This will be a great ride.'

Trey Halberdier will be a speaker at the upcoming Bisnow Future of The Woodlands event drawing over 1,000 attendees at The Woodlands Marriot April 29th.  ExxonMobil, Coventry Development, and Howard Hughes are among some of the other speakers.

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