Places generally along the South Freeway (I-45), and south of the Ship Channel, including Clear Lake, Deer Park, Freindswood, the Hobby Area, League City, Pasadena, Santa Fe, South Houston, and Texas City.
Most people who move to condos don't do it for the money. It's not whether it's more or less than your SF residence was, it's "condo life".
As someone who made the house>condo move a couple years ago, I can tell you from talking to my fellow residents, there is not one single person who factored money into the equation. It's the lock & leave lifestyle, it's security concerns, it's having packages accepted for you 24/7, it's not having to worry about the roof or the A/C or the yard or the pool or floods... or anything.
Maybe at some price point, or in some parts of the country, condo vs SFH is a real debate. But in the upper end segment of Houston condos, it's a lifestyle choice, not a $$$ one.
Just my .02
I know there's a market for these units at this price point, but the price per s.f. on these developments never ceases to amaze.
At $4.3M for 4300 sf, you're paying almost twice the going rate per s.f. for single-family houses on generously sized lots within a couple blocks. And for the $2600/month in condo fees, you could pay someone to pick up the mail and handle the yard work.
From what I've seen on their website, Facebook and Instagram photos and videos, they advertise two terraces, the one with a pool and the other with the outdoor fitness center, both on the 9th floor if I'm not mistaken.
The landing/balcony area at 11 seconds seems to be where they have placed the AC units for that part of the building.