Painstaking restoration of doors and details.
3217-3229 Milam Street, Houston, TX 77006
The propery owner is open to a variety of options for investment and will sell only if he may retain 25% ownership in order to assure responsible historical redevelopment plan implemented.
Built in 1928, the C.L. House Building is a historic marker site, and consists of 14,400 square feet of leaseable space in two stories, for retail, studio, office, restaurant, bar use.
The building is sturdily constructed of structural steel, structural clay block, stone and stucco with interior fire walls of structural clay block. Foundation is in excellent condition. No asbestos. Floors downstairs are either concrete or terrazzo. Upstairs floors are maple or oak.
Redevelopment includes restaurant/bar with rooftop decks along with possible parking decks in the rear with a possible residential component.
Its largest space started life as the Montrose Grocery in the 1920s, with surrounding adjoining spaces suitable for most any application. 809 Stuart Street was a barbershop and still has the fixtures.
The C.L. House Building is in the Midtown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #2. This means that the city of Houston has lowered property taxes in the area to encourage the area's renaissance. Additionally, Class A tenants qualify for 10% federal tax credit.
Original architectural detail.