Ellison Heights, a development of studios as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment residences and penthouses, recently opened at 510 W. 20th St.
Amenities include a 12th-level sky deck with private dining, a fitness club, a business lounge, pool and clubhouse with kitchen. Rentals range between $1,795 and $8,725.
“We knew there was a place for a boutique high-rise in the Heights,” said Brian Herwald, managing director of development at Greystar, in a statement to CultureMap. “With a coveted address in the heart of one of Houston’s most exciting neighborhoods, Ellison Heights defines sophisticated living in a way that hasn’t been done before in this historic area. The contemporary mix of amenities and interior finishes, along with it being the newest luxury high-rise in the Historic Heights area, makes it truly one-of-a-kind.”
Braun buys office building from Houston Eye Associates
BizNow reports that 7155 Old Katy Realty, an entity of Braun Enterprises, purchased a two-story, 90,400 square foot, multi-tenant office building at 7155 Old Katy Rd. in the North Loop West office submarket. The property was previously owned by Houston Eye Associates.
The building is on 4.17 acres.
The buyer represented itself in the transaction, while Colliers International’s David Carter and Taylor Wright represented the seller.
Good Spot Storage on Mangum sold
Merit Hill Capital purchased Good Spot Storage, a 30,000 square foot, self-storage facility at 3735 Mangum Rd., as reported by BizNow.
Marcus & Millichap’s Dave Knobler marketed the property on behalf of the seller, a private investor.
Hartman launches BIZSUITES for small businesses
Hartman Income REIT Management Inc. has launched BIZSUITES, a new business entity which addresses the post-pandemic workplace needs of Texas-based small businesses and owner-operators, according to a news release.
It will roll out in eight locations across Houston, Dallas Fort-Worth and San Antonio, with more locations coming on board later this year.
BIZSUITES says it is responding to the rising number of inquiries from small businesses that are now ready to move their operations from home – and away from Zoom.
“As a result of the pandemic, businesses are becoming more flexible in the way they work,” Hartman CEO and president Al Hartman said. “Small businesses, particularly start-ups may not need a dedicated front desk staff, a long-term lease, or a custom-designed office - they need convenience and flexibility.”
BIZSUITES will also offer networking opportunities.
“Our goal is to provide a professional space to work in great buildings and surround small business owners with other like-minded individuals,” Hartman said.
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