After working in a temporary space since Hurricane Harvey barreled through in 2018, KHOU is finally in its new and permanent home.
The Tegna-owned station moved into a new 43,000-sq.-ft. space this week and will begin broadcasting from there on Feb. 17.
“We are delighted to be moving into our new home. All of us look forward to taking advantage of everything our new building and the Galleria district have to offer,” said Robert Springer, president and General Manager, KHOU.
KHOU’s old space was destroyed during the hurricane.
Last March, the station announced it would occupy the new space, which includes two studios.