Property Crush

Look Inside: This Funky $230K Houston Condo Used to Be an Industrial Warehouse

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Things we love about this property crush: 

Hey, Houston, you’re fancy. As in, get ready to be wowed by this condo. Sure, a one bedroom, one bath may not seem like a whole lot, but the home covers nearly 1,000 square feet of space, so there’s plenty of room. It would be ideal for a pied-à-terre, a resting spot during business trips, an investment property—or of course, a full-time home.  

Let’s start with the location: Housed in the Herrin Lofts, the condo is convenient to everything—George R. Brown Center and BBVA Compass Stadium, for example. And, it’s in the heart of the East Downtown Houston Management District (EaDO).   

The building, a converted 1929 warehouse, is known for high-end condominiums with an industrial-inspired modern design. And this unit not only has style, but it also has all the updates.

First, step into the open-concept living, dining, and kitchen space. You’ll find exposed brick walls, stained concrete floors, and warehouse wood ceilings—all touches that blend into the building’s hip aesthetic. The kitchen boasts spacious 42-inch cabinets and modern stainless steel appliances that fit into the room’s corner, making it feel even more spacious. It’s easy to image entertaining in this space. 

A bedroom with an exposed brick wall offers a window that brings in natural light, plus pretty views. There’s an en-suite bath (with an additional living room entrance) that has double sinks and mirrors, a spa-like shower with modern backsplash, and stone flooring.  

The balcony affords incredible views of downtown and the building’s common area offers a social setting with seating, grills, and lush landscaping to soak in the Gulf breeze.

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