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The Houston Community College System (HCC), in the course of delivering upon its educational mission, owns numerous real estate properties. These properties serve as active educational
campuses, administrative operational bases, and placeholders for future educational or
administrative needs. Properties were acquired over time in support of intended service and growth plans, or were gifted to the College. Periodic review and realignment of real estate inventory is necessary to assure ongoing asset alignment with system plans and regional realities. This strategic real estate study analyzes both system provided and publically available
data to outline an objective framework to inform key real estate decisions.