The U.K.-based BP PLC(NYSE: BP) is putting the entire Westlake Four building on the sublease market, a spokesperson for the company told the Houston Business Journal.BP is the only tenant of the 562,000-square-foot building in the Energy Corridor at 200 Westlake Park Blvd. The building is owned by New York-based Falcon Real Estate Investment Co. BP will move its Westlake Four employees into two nearby buildings that it owns: the 949,000-square-foot Westlake One and the 390,000-square-foot Helios Plaza, the spokesperson said.
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