A new Houston neighborhood built on the principles of urbanism and smart growth to create an upscale, vibrant community and destination district inside Loop 610 alive with shopping, dining, entertaining, socializing, working, and living – all within easy walking distance.
A mix of retail, residential and office in buildings of various sizes and heights will establish a compelling neighborhood and an urban experience. Active pedestrian-focused streetscapes will connect signature public spaces. Regent Square creates an open-air, cosmopolitan community in which to live, work, and play.
Located between Allen Parkway and the River Oaks Shopping Center, adjacent to Buffalo Bayou, River Oaks, and Memorial Park, Regent Square is bordered on the north by Allen Parkway, the south by West Clay, the east by Dunlavy, and the west by Tirrell. Downtown is less than five minutes away, the Galleria less than ten.
Close proximity to downtown gives residents, employees, and patrons easy access to downtown’s cultural, recreational, and commercial amenities, including three state-of-the-art sports facilities and America’s second largest theater district.
Houston’s mass transit hub and major transportation freeways are easily accessible.
Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s central natural amenity, runs adjacent to Regent Square’s northern edge and is the central focus for a 20-year revitalization plan developed by a non-profit Houston partnership.
Memorial Park, the largest urban park in Texas, is just a jog away. Memorial Park features the state’s top-rated municipal 18-hole golf course; facilities for tennis, softball, swimming, weightlifting, track, croquet, volleyball, in-line skating, cycling, and picnicking; a popular three-mile running course; off-road trails for biking, hiking, and cross-country running; and nearby, an equestrian center, polo field, and the 155-acre Houston Nature Center and Arboretum.
Regent Square, spanning 24 acres on a four-block site, will include 1,700 luxury rental and condo units in a mix of high-rise, mid-rise, and low-rise buildings; nearly 340,000 square feet of retail space, including fine-dining restaurants; 55,000 square feet of new office space; and a boutique hotel.