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Old July 9th, 2016, 09:05 AM   #1
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HOUSTON | The Post Oak | 149 m | 36 fl | U/C

Developer: Landry's Inc.
Architect: Gensler
Type: Hotel, Office, Residential (Apartments)
Location: 1600 West Loop South, Uptown
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Fertitta's new tower to offer a wealth of luxury

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From his spacious office on the top floor of his Uptown headquarters, Tilman Fertitta will have a bird’s-eye view of this area’s newest flashy real estate development: his own.

The 10-acre site, one of the rare, largely undeveloped parcels off the West Loop, will include a glistening multiuse tower with 240 luxury hotel rooms and suites and, for the highest-rolling guests, a private elevator to whisk them to a 4,000-square-foot “Chairman Suite” with its own fitness center.

The tower also will feature 11 floors of “boutique” office space catering to elite tenants who can afford the pricey space and such perks as chartered helicopter or jet service from a private fleet owned by the developer or luxury car service. Office workers staying late will be able to order a New York strip from the steakhouse just a few steps away.

Fertitta’s latest high-profile project, to be called The Post Oak, combines much of what the billionaire restaurant and casino magnate has become known for over the years: restaurants, hotels and expensive cars.

Gensler is providing master planning, architecture and interior design services for the project, which is scheduled to be completed by late summer 2017, and Tellespsen is the general contractor. Work preparing the site for development has already started.




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