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Former Houston Compaq Campus To Be Sold By HPE

The company said that the manufacturing facilities at that location were irreparably damaged by Harvey

 

The former Compaq campus, which once spanned 1,000 acres and was home to 20,000 employees is often credited with much of the growth on Highway 249.

Hewlett Packard Enterprises is putting its 74 acre campus in northwest Houston on the market. This comes after flooding multiple times, most recently during Hurricane Harvey.

In November, HPE announced it was going to leave the seven building campus along Cypress Creek. The campus also flooded during the “Tax Day” floods of 2016.

The company told The Houston Business Journal that the manufacturing facilities at that location were irreparably damaged by Harvey. HPE also said they are committed to the more than 3,000 local employees and look forward to many more years at part of the community in a new Houston area campus.

The former Compaq campus, which once spanned 1,000 acres and was home to 20,000 employees is often credited with much of the growth on Highway 249.

 

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