Hartman Income REIT Management, Inc. Remodels Garden Oaks Shopping Center

Garden Oaks Shopping Center, Aldi

(Houston, Texas)  Hartman Income REIT Management, Inc. is renovating the Garden Oaks Shopping Center– adding a new façade, remodeling the pad site and adding square footage allowing for more tenants.

Hartman Income REIT Management, Inc. has added approximately 12,000 square feet to Garden Oaks Shopping Center to create more space for new tenants. Construction is currently underway; however, it is expected to have a finished exterior within the final few months of 2018. After renovations have been completed, Garden Oaks will have 8,514 rentable square feet available for lease.


Lifesavers 24-hour Emergency Room will occupy space totaling 6,462 square feet. Dollar Tree has leased a space totaling 9,616 square feet and will be moved into that space soon. Aldi has secured a suite located at the north-end of Garden Oaks Shopping Center and will occupy the space in 2019. “We have been anticipating our three new tenants at Garden Oaks Shopping Center for a while and we welcome them with open arms,” said Al Hartman, President and CEO at Hartman Income REIT Management, Inc., “our customers are our number one priority and we are happy to accommodate them in any way we can.” Lifesavers ER, Aldi and DT leasing space at Garden Oaks will bring the occupancy to 92.6 percent, a 17.1 percent growth from last year at this time.

About Hartman: Hartman is one of Dallas and Houston’s premier property management companies. We provide below market rates with above market amenities and service. Hartman has owned and operated commercial office properties since 1983, offering premium office space at an affordable price by saving businesses a significant amount of money by keeping taxes, utilities, and maintenance low. With over 30 years in commercial leasing in Houston, San Antonio and Dallas, we have learned exactly what our customers require. For more information, visit www.hi-reit.com.

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