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919 Milam, formerly known as the Bank One Center and the Bank of the Southwest Building, is a building in Downtown Houston, Texas. The United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas has its offices in the building.
The 24 story, 735,000-square-foot (68,300 m2) building, built in 1956, was previously known as the Bank of the Southwest Building. In June 1995 the building was sold. In the northern hemisphere summer of 1996, the owners of the Bank One Plaza released Koll Real Estate from its management contract and hired PM Realty to manage the building. In 1998 the building was 90% leased with the headquarters of PM Realty, Bank One, and the U.S. attorney's office as major tenants. Transworld Oil and its subsidiary, Transworld Properties, occupied the top two floors in 1998. Transworld Properties, which owned the building, sold it to Lincoln/-Whitehall for about $68 million during that year.
The Hines company owned 919 Milam as part of a joint venture with the California Public Employees' Retirement System for a period of less than two years prior to 2007. In 2007 Transwestern bought 919 Milam. During that year 919 Milam was 77.5% leased. During that year its largest tenants were the Coronado Club, the district attorney's office, and Johnson, Spalding, Doyle, West & Trent, a law firm. In 2010 the building went back to its lender through a deed, as opposed to being foreclosed.
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