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The Rise Lofts Real Estate for Sale and Lease in Mid-town Houston

The Rise Lofts

2000 Bagby St.
Houston, TX 77002

Area: Inner Loop, Mid-town

Management / HOA Phone #: 713-523-5700


Condos for Sale at The Rise Lofts


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Condos for Lease at Rise Lofts


For more information on buying or selling real estate in Houston contact us at 713-714-6818 or  E-Mail . We can show you ANY Listings.


Rise Lofts

The Rise Lofts is a luxury 15-story building reigns as Midtown Houston's new "House of Style," where fashion and living come together create a high style housing Mecca. Cloaked in glass, concrete, and brick, RISE Lofts has a signature collection. Choose from 143 luxurious studio, one and two-bedroom lofts and penthouses with skyline views and aspirational amenities.

Structure:

  • Steel, glass, brick, and stucco exterior
  • Concrete and steel infrastructure
  • Multiple view corridors
  • 9 to 18-foot ceiling heights
  • Commercial floor to ceiling glass in many homes
  • Individual HVAC systems
  • Modern architecture
  • Polished Concrete floors
  • Closet Factory custom engineered master closets
  • Controlled access private assigned parking
  • Double elevators
  • 143 loft residences from 586sq ft to 4921 sq ft
  • 21 distinct floor plans


Finishes:

  • Granite counters in kitchens and baths
  • New modern lighting
  • White snow or Cherry master walk-in closet systems
  • Decora switch plates
  • Hansgrohe chrome faucets
  • 2-story homes with mezzanines
  • Digital thermostats
  • Premium GE Stainless steel appliances
  • Halogen track lighting


Area Midtown, Inner Loop
Price $200K to $600K
Type High Rise Loft Condominiums, Soft Lofts
Stories 15
Units 143
Penthouses 4
Year Built 2000
Developer Post
Management (713)523-5700
Pool Yes
Elevator Yes

 


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