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3 hours ago, Ross said:

That will probably generate lots of negative comments on Nextdoor. But, what did people think would happen to one of the largest open, undeveloped spaces in the Greater Heights area?

To be fair, all good things generate negative comments on Nextdoor

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359 units. 

"Called Lenox Heights, the project will offer luxury residences with amenities such as a two resort-style pools, a skydeck with views of downtown Houston, a WeWork-inspired coworking studio, a fitness center and pet spa."





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  • The title was changed to Lenox Heights: Multifamily At 333 W. 24th St.
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"Crews will begin construction on the complex, called Lenox Heights, 333 W. 24th Street, this December, with plans to open the facility in the first quarter of 2025, said Jackson Simons, vice president of development for the Houston market with OHT Partners."


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This has started back up after months of being shut down. Apache installed the perimeter stormwater sewer system but when they finished, all work stopped. Apache is back with earth moving equipment to continue their civil work.






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OHT Partners breaks ground on 359-unit apartment complex in Houston's Heights

May 24, 2023, 2:52pm CDT

Austin-based OHT Partners has broken ground on a new 359-unit apartment complex in Houston’s Heights area.

Lenox Heights, as the complex will be called, is scheduled to be delivered at 333 W. 24th St. in mid-2025, the company said May 23. The project will be within walking distance of the Heights’ historic 19th Street commercial district.

Lenox Heights will offer residents a range of amenities, including two resort-style pools, a sky deck with views of downtown, a coworking studio, a fitness center and a pet spa.

Units in the five-story building will include one- and two-bedroom floor plans, ranging in size from 629 square feet to 1,247 square feet. Each unit will be outfitted with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, smart-home technology and more.

The project was designed by Houston-based Steinberg Dickey Collaborative.

Rental rates will be determined closer to the project’s opening date, OHT Partners said.

OHT Partners' acquisition of the 3.7-acre site for Lenox Heights was named a finalist in the Land Deal category of the Houston Business Journal's 2023 Landmark Awards. Dosch Marshall Real Estate called it one of the highest-end deals and one of the largest available sites in the core Heights area.

OHT Partners was also recognized as a Landmark Award finalist for its purchase of a 3-acre site at 2825 W. 11th St., just west of the Heights and north of the Washington Avenue corridor in the Lazybrook/Timbergove area.

Texas Department of Licensing and Registration records said the company plans to use that site to build another five-story multifamily development that will encompass 274,000 square feet. The company estimates the project, tentatively titled 11th Street Apartments, will cost $38.6 million to build, though TDLR records are preliminary and subject to change.

OHT Partners, which previously was known as Oden Hughes, has built other Lenox apartment complexes in Houston. It also has served as the general contractor for projects such as The Laura, the multifamily component of the first phase of Houston-based Midway's East River development; Houston-based Barvin's recently opened Revl Med Center; and Fidelis Cypresswood, the first project under Houston-based Fidelis' residential division.

Jeff Jeffrey
Senior reporter - H
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