Warehouse/Industrial Lofts In Houston
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Located in the historic Southern pacific rail Road Building built in 1910 and designed by noted Chicago achitect Jarvis Hunt and converted into Bayou Lofts in the late 1990s. Complete renovation of the building included all new electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems with preservation of as many historic features as possible. Each unit of the 108 units in Bayou Lofts features up to 18-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and exposed brick exterior walls. The building features a 24 hour doorman, roof-top terrace with pool and reserved parking. Within walking distance to the best of downtown Houston.
Designed by well-known architect Joseph Finger and built in 1934. After long period of neglect, this three-story historic building was converted to five luxury lofts on the second and third floors, with retail space at the street level. The project was completed in 2006. The five Byrd's Lofts feature amazing, high-end finishes and share a 3,500 SF urban oasis rooftop with landscaped redwood deck, grill room, bar and wide views of downtown Houston. Designated as a City of Houston Historic Landmark; National Register of Historic Places and a GHPA (Greater Houston Preservation Alliance) Good Brick award winner in 2006.
The Capitol Lofts were constructed in the early 1900s as the M.E Foster building and it served as office and retail space for many years. In 1998, it was sold and redesigned as residential lofts. Penthouse residences are also available.
The Capitol Lofts building also features a roof top terrace, exercise room and basement parking. All lofts in this 10 floor building have high end finishes, top of the line appliances and are either one or two story with at least one balcony.
Located in the vibrant and up and coming EaDo neighborhood (East Downtown Houston) this 1920's building was renovated and converted into loft homes. There are several floorplans and some have more of a "warehouse" feel than others with exposed concrete, brick etc. All have kitchens and bathrooms designed for today's tastes and there is also an enclosed and gated parking garage attached to the building. As of 11/2014, there are 7 homes remaining, 6 are 2/2 and one 3/2. This building is within walking distance to the Toyota center and the soccer stadium. A new park is also underway. Read more about EaDo.
Originally built in 1905 and started out as the First National Bank Building. This eight -story, neo-classical style building was the first steel framed structure in Houston and was originally touted as Houston's first skyscraper. Located on the Metro Rail line with views to Buffalo Bayou, the upper floors have been transformed into 62 luxury loft condominiums rabging in size from 885 to 2,446 squaree feet. The lofts feature original 10 foot windows, 11-20 foot ceilings, exposed brick walls and hardwood floors. All lofts are equipped with all the modern conveniences, telecommunication and energy efficiency of new construction. The first floor and mezzanine level opened in October 2002 as The Corinthian, one of Houston's grandest party venues and named for the many Corinthian columns.
The building was originally built in the early 1920's and was designed by architect Joseph Finger. It was one of the first loft buildings in downtown Houston, completed in 1998. It is also one of the smaller loft buildings downtown with 34 units on 10 floors. Located two blocks from the metro Rail line and within walking distance to Minute Maid Park, theaters and the Toyota Center. Amenities include 10 ft ceilings, hardwood floors, whirlpool tubs and granite countertops. The HOA fee also includes electricity.
Built around 1911, this historic building was formerly the home of S.H Kress & Co. store. It was developed into lofts in 2000 by Houston loft pioneer, Randall Davis and with its classic achitecture and high end amenities, it is considered one of Houston's premier loft buildings in downtown Houston. Penthouse/terrace lofts are available and many have antique maple floors and soaring ceilings. Building amenities include 24 hour valet, concierge and roof top deck. The St. germain is located on the Metro Rail line and is within blocks of the theater district, sports venues and the best of downtown Houston.