The Monroe at Bayou Park will be a new 20 million dollar development that will be a six-story luxury mid-rise is planned for between River Oaks and Downtown Houston. This exclusive building will have only eight spacious units in total and a 7,000 square foot $3.8 million dollar penthouse.
An Al Ross Luxury Homes project with Masa Studio as architect, the complex located at 1034 Rochow St., is set to include five floors of 3,400- to 4,000 square-foot condominiums available in a few floor plans: Three bedrooms and three and one-half baths or two bedrooms, two and one-half baths and a study.
The six 3,400-square-foot homes are to extend to 468-square-foot balconies, while the two 4,000-square-foot homes will have 1,000-square-foot terraces.
Ten-foot ceilings are planned for all eight residences, as are as hardwood floors, Miele appliances and Eggersmann cabinets in the kitchens and balconies. Prices are expected to range from $1.3 million to $1.5 million.
The mega-penthouse, priced at $3.8 million, will occupy the entire sixth floor and will be designed as a “tricked-out show palace” 12-foot ceilings, exercise room, game room, spacious master suite, Eggersman cabinets in the kitchen and baths and four parking spaces. The penthouse unit will also feature a 963-square-foot terrace for an uber outdoor living space.
The penthouse will come with the services of a full-time housekeeper five days a week during the first year of ownership. THE OWNER WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DESIGN AND SELECT ALL FINISHES. Some floor plan options include- a three-bedroom, four and one-half bath configuration or an arrangement of three bedrooms, two and a half-baths plus a study and exercise room.
The Monroe building plans also to include a private ground-floor motor court and 2,000-square-foot-rooftop with a state-of-the-art summer kitchen and dining terrace, in addition to a fully equipped fitness room on the rooftop with skyline views.
Sales offices on site opened April 8, and the groundbreaking is scheduled for Oct. 1. 2015. The plan expects for the first residents to begin moving into their homes December 2016.
In addition, Al Ross Luxury Homes is donating $10,000 for every one of his homes sold between now and the end of May to Buffalo Bayou Partnership, the public-private partnership spearheading the park’s $58 million upgrade.
Ross, who has built and sold several upscale spec homes in River Oaks, was born and raised in Iran as RealtyNewsReport.com details. His parents sent him to the United States when he was 13 in search of a better life. He started a business, National Signs, with $200 in his pocket at age 28 and was very successful before selling it in 2011 and launching Al Ross Luxury Homes in 2012. Ross is a true inspiration and we look forward to seeing this project break ground.
The Monroe is expected to be complete in December of 2016.
If you are interested in pre-purchasing or if you would like more information on the project contact Rachael Kaplan.
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All information came from and was provided by BARBARA KUNTZ from the Houston Culture Map.