The Ritz-Carlton and Howard Hughes Collaborate

Hotels have been on a roll with debuting residential properties and now, The Ritz-Carlton has unveiled plans for its very first standalone residences in Texas.Howard Hughes has teamed up with The Ritz-Carlton to open Texas’s first luxury branded development without a resort attached. The forthcoming tower will sit roughly 27 miles outside of downtown Houston within The Woodlands, Howard Hughes’s 28,500-acre master-planned community. While there’s no expected date for completion just yet, construction is slated to get underway next spring.We are pleased to officially announce.

Partnership with The Ritz-Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton as our brand partner for the private residences in The Woodlands, reflecting our enduring commitment to exceptional design and developing unique living experiences unparalleled in Houston’s real estate market,” said Jim Carman, president of the Houston Region at Howard Hughes, in a press statement.Spread across eight acres, the homesite will offer a limited collection of residences that are inspired by the iconic estates of The Lone Star State. Expect to find high-end finishes, spacious living areas, and bespoke furnishings. In addition to the condos, The Ritz-Carlton, The Woodlands will also feature an on-site restaurant and a far-ranging array of swanky, hotel-like amenities.

Amenities at The Ritz-Carlton, The Woodlands

While an exact completion date has not been disclosed, construction is set to kick off next spring. This announcement is sure to generate considerable anticipation among those seeking high-end residential properties in the Houston area. The Ritz-Carlton is known for its unwavering commitment to luxury and top-notch thetexasdeveloper, making this collaboration a notable addition to the upscale real estate market in the region.Of course, the foresty enclave sports a ton of perks from retail shops and culinary attractions entertainment offerings and a whopping 28 percent of greenspace. Previously, The Woodlands was voted the Bes.

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