Located in the heart of the Energy Corridor, home to many of Houston’s largest oil and gas related companies, the development is ideally situated close to two of Houston’s primary business centers, the other being the Westchase District. This 330-unit project enjoys quick access to I-10, Hwy. 6, Westheimer Road, and the Westpark Tollway. The Energy Corridor is bordered by the largest urban park outside of the National Park System; over 28,000 acres across three parks.
Description: This 330-unit development will have the appearance and feel of an urban development, with the building situated close to and along Crescent Plaza Drive; parking for the apartments will be both in a 2-story garage and behind the building in an open parking lot. Common area facilities include a clubroom, leasing center, swimming pool, game room, theater, fitness center and business center. Unit amenities will include 10-foot ceilings, simulated wood flooring, granite countertops, track lighting, and black appliances.
Location: 1725 Crescent Plaza, Houston, Texas 77077
This development is located just southeast of the corner of Eldridge Parkway and Briar Forest Drive, in the heart of the Energy Corridor. It is convenient to major highways such as Interstate 10, Highway 6, and the Westpark Tollway, as well as local thoroughfares such as Eldridge Parkway, Briar Forest Drive and Westheimer Road. The centralized location of the property affords residents easy access to any major west Houston location in a minimal amount of time.
Size: Phase I: 330 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units totaling 320,770sf (an average unit size of 972sf) sit on 9.6 acres of an 19.52-acre site.
Project Team and Timeline:
Developer – Simmons Vedder Partners
Architect – The Steinberg Design Collaborative, AIA
Phase I Construction Start – April 2007