Boxer Property was founded in 1992, to acquire, manage, lease, administer and sell closely held commercial properties. Its portfolio includes over 70 office buildings containing approximately 3,700 tenants in 6 million square feet of space in seven states. Boxer has over 240 employees in six states.
The company began purchasing office buildings in Dallas, Texas. The first acquisition was 8500 Stemmons, a six-story, 108,000 square foot office building which had remained vacant for six years after Mobil Oil vacated the premises in 1986. Leasing space at below-market rates with flexible terms, Boxer filled the building to 95%+ occupancy in just nine months reaching 100% occupancy shortly thereafter.
As the company added properties and expanded beyond Dallas, in 1997, Boxer moved its headquarters to Houston. From Houston, its centralized administrative and accounting functions support the on-site leasing and management used to lease and manage the individual properties. Boxer's management approach is to "do the obvious, consistently", and includes (i) standardized operations and leasing, (ii) attention to detail, and (iii) use of technology, to achieve superior quality control and lower costs.
Boxer continues to pursue acquisition prospects, all across the United States. In addition to Houston and Dallas, Boxer also manages buildings in Baltimore, Cleveland, Hartford, Indianapolis, Tulsa, Victoria and New York.
Boxer Property's success stems from its mission to provide easy and fast leasing with flexible terms to small, growing companies that are traditionally neglected by large institutional real estate companies. Start-up companies benefit greatly from Boxer's flexible lease terms. Leases can be structured to coincide with large contracts of unusual durations (e.g. 14 months), or month-to-month for those companies that just may be testing the local market for future expansion. Boxer Property is absolutely committed to accommodating all companies large and small but remain focused on growing companies that need flexibility and additional space or larger suites, even if they are just a few months into a multi-year lease. – less – More from ZoomInfo »