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Spring Branch ISD buys land for high school renovation, expansion

bizjournals Thursday, 13 February 2020
Spring Branch Independent School District has bought a 4.7-acre tract as part of its multimillion-dollar expansion of Northbrook High School.   The district purchased the land at 2425 Campbell Road to turn into a detention pond to help with flooding at the high school. Currently, the tract is commercial, with a 23,381-square-foot commercial warehouse. It was one of the largest available tracts in Spring Branch, according to a press release from Houston-based NewQuest Properties. Brad Elmore,…
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