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.
I'm looking into remodeling my kitchen. I want to update the appliances and the general design and functionality. I'm in an East End Townhome which unfortunately went with "realtor brown" with the floors, cabinets, counters, faucets, and backsplash. I'm open to a variety of styles except that awful "Instagram White" that every new kitchen seems to be.
Any recommendations for designers and/or contractors?
Does anyone have any info on whether or not Club Quarters maintained any of the original architecture in the interior? The exterior is beautiful - I’d love to think they preserved some of the history when it was renovated.
I am a resident of The Star. I really enjoyed this post to get all of the background on the renovation. I am a downtown “pioneer” as I was an original tenant of the Rice in 1998. I have no interest in new construction but love these old buildings repurposed for residential space. The Star is great with the exception of not being able to open the windows. It is very efficient as I have never turned on heat (even during our frozen tundra in February.) But I would love to get some fresh air occasionally. Most of the windows at The Rice could be opened. Some were difficult to open, but with persistence they would go up. Can anyone confirm this statements I was told when I moved to The Star? I was told that if a building is over 6 stories high, they are not allowed to have operable windows. Anyone able to comment on that?