Houston apartment complex receives $10 million renovation

January 04, 2012

A 31-story, historic boutique apartment building, Houston House, in downtown Houston has undergone a $10 million renovation. The building’s lobby, apartments, and a new amenities floor with full-size basketball/volleyball court, designed by architecture firm Kirksey, will reflect mid-20th-century modern revival influences. Originally built in 1966 by Washington, D.C., architect Charles M. Goodman, the apartment building was considered one of the most luxurious high-rises in the city. After construction, apartments range in size from 428 to 1,463 sf and feature floor-to-ceiling windows and large balconies overlooking the city. The new 16,000-sf amenities floor will house a 24-hour fitness center with modern interiors.

         
 

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