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LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
LOWER HEIGHTS MERCHANT DISTRICT
Houston, Texas
SEC of I-10 and Studemont Street


When this Visionary Developer purchased the 28 acre site in the Lower Heights District adjacent to Downtown Houston, the challenge was to fit a large number of “Large Box” retail tenants where only a few would fit, while keeping the overall scale of the project suitable to the surrounding multi-story early-twentieth century brick industrial buildings. When doing their research regarding projects of similar density and complexity they visited several projects throughout the Southeast and quickly discovered that they were each designed by the team at Fisher and Associates Architects.

The design solution placed 700,000 square feet of retail space, a 1,200 seat Cinema, a 40,000 square foot “Restaurant District” and a 2,600 car parking structure, within a series of detached urban scale buildings. The creative design “layer cakes” the various retail levels staggering the finished floor heights, allowing each retailor to have its required parking at the same level as their entry. Each parking level is connected via a clearly marked speed ramp system allowing quick and ready access to each retailer.

The roof top Cinema Theater with a lobby bar benefiting from striking views of Downtown Houston, is situated adjacent to the “Local Restaurant & Retail Services” building generating vibrant day and nighttime energy throughout the project. Due to the vision of this Developer this project has become a game changer for the City of Houston and a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Lower Heights Merchants District.
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