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7, Exxon Mobil building, 800 Bell, October 2012
Shorenstein Properties, a major San Francisco real estate firm, is negotiating to buy the 44-story Exxon Mobil building in what could become a catalyst for redevelopment in the southern end of downtown Houston. Photo by Ralph Bivins
Market Square, San Francisco, Shorenstein
Shorenstein renovated a historic building in a down-on-its heels part of San Francisco for the headquarters of Twitter. MarketSquareSF.com
Ralph Bivins, Shorenstein Properties, 2000 West Loop South, 21-story building, November 2012
Shorenstein also owns the 21-story 2000 West Loop South building in the Galleria/Post Oak area. Photo by Ralph Bivins
Ralph Bivins, Shorenstein Properties, Five Post Oak Park, 4400 Post Oak Parkway, November 2012
Shorenstein owns Five Post Oak Park at 4400 Post Oak Parkway in Houston Photo by Ralph Bivins