Brenda Pennington, President of Brenda Pennington Commercial Real Estate, Inc., is
well known in Northwest Houston. A native of Tomball, Texas she has relied on her first-
hand knowledge of the area to successfully pair office buildings with investors and
tenants since 1979.
Working in three major Texas cities has given Brenda insight into the commercial real
estate industry around the state. Her real estate career has included Fort Worth, where
she represented the Bass Brothers Partnership in downtown high-rise office leasing;
Dallas, where she handled leasing in the Turtle Creek area and The West End Historic
District downtown; and Houston, where Pennington's headquarters is located.
She has a team of energetic professionals who are committed to representing buyers,
sellers, landlords and tenants. Pennington is involved in many of the new landmark
buildings in the Northwest area, and Brenda was instrumental in bringing Perry's
Steakhouse and Grille to Cypresswood Drive. In addition, Brenda leased and sold the
new four (4) story office building located at 9720 Cypresswood.
Pennington is marketing numerous buildings under construction in the area, including
the newly-constructed campus known as Chasewood Crossing on State Highway 249.
A 30-acre master planned development, Chasewood Crossing will be home to Bank of
America; InterAmerican Coffee, an importer and distributor of high-quality green coffee;
and Nutrecology, an importer of organic fertilizer.
Many building owners and Tenants put their trust in Pennington Commercial as well.
Among these groups are Greenwood Properties, Chasewood Bank, JWAK Limited,
Sterling Development, Grubb and Ellis Company, Chayn Mousa, The Betz Companies,
XTO Energy, and The Toronto Stock Exchange.
Brenda is dedicated to her community and volunteers for Northwest Assistance
Ministries. Additionally, Brenda is a founding member and on the Advisory Board of the
Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, is involved in Women's Business Forum, Cypress
Creek Cultural District, the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce, the Champion
Forest Women's Club, and Priority Associates bringing Christ to the workplace. Brenda
is the former president of the Association for Commercial Real Estate.
Brenda is married to William "Rodney" Pennington, a domestic and international
consultant in the natural gas industry. They have a 27 year-old son in the National
Guard and a 9 year-old daughter at Brill Elementary. The family has a heart for
teenagers and regularly opens their home so teenagers have a place to learn and study