2850 Fannin St will ride the wave of the exciting rejuvenation of Houston’s Midtown area.
The $200 million project will deliver the district’s first high-rise building, with plans for 357 studio, one and two bedroom apartments, housed in a stunning 27-level tower which we believe will significantly enhance the city skyline.
As well as over 342,000 square feet of multi-family residential space, the plans include 13,000 square feet of leasable retail space for shops and restaurants. Caydon have broken ground and the project is slated for a 2019 completion.
2850 Fannin Street is immediately adjacent to everything that is new and exciting in inner city Houston. This area is fast becoming one of the city’s most vibrant and active neighborhoods. Directly opposite the site is the new Midtown Park. This includes; over 3 acres of greenspace, a large retail plaza and a great lawn capable of seating for 3,000 people. The site is well within walking distance of some of Houston’s best eating, drinking and shopping destinations. The nearby Metro Rail connects Fannin St to major centers of employment including Downtown, the Texas Medical Center and Rice University.
Designed by local architects, Ziegler Cooper, the quality and design will add to the projects desirability. With a range of studio, one and two bedroom apartments to suit everyone, it features spacious European style kitchens with ample storage, large bedrooms with walk in closets, natural light and incredible views.
Caydon always provides a high level of shared spaces for residents to enjoy. The project will feature resort style amenities; beautifully landscaped gardens, a swimming pool with a swim up bar, fully equipped fitness center and separate yoga room. Generous outdoor and indoor dining and entertainment areas will add to the action and visitors to the unique Sky Lounge Bar will appreciate the views across Downtown and the park.
Located in one of Houston’s only truly walkable neighbourhoods - 92 Walkscore
Centrally located between Houston’s two largest employment centers; Downtown and the Texas Medical Center
Culturally and Socially rich with an abundance of organic retail, restaurants and theaters