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Old Posted Nov 12, 2016, 2:56 AM
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Courtlandt | FT | 28 FLOORS

Developer: Baxter Development
Architect: Munoz + Albin
Type: Residential, 150 units, Retail
Location: Midtown
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http://www.munozalbin.com/64-courtland.html

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This 150-unit, apartment tower is designed in an urban setting with a food and beverage component on the ground level. The project is a podium type facility with parking capacity to support the residents and a number of food and beverage facilities on site and on neighboring sites.

The tower massing and the envelope solution compliment the downtown corridor views it will offer the residents that is in close proximity to the tower. The architectural expression of the tower transitions from a limited progressive appearance on the upper levels to a more traditional ground and second level. The lower levels speak stylistically with the neighborhood and brakes the scale of the project to appeal to the pedestrian traffic.


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In keeping with Baxter Development's Midtown Roots, the company also is developing a luxury residential highrise tower. The mixed-use complex will also feature street level amentities such as fine dining.
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