The Star Review

Market Area: Downtown
Address: 1111 Rusk St, Houston, TX 77002
1 bedroom starting price: ~$1650
2 bedroom starting price: ~$2900
Construction: Concrete / Steel
Year Built: 2016
Floors: 16
Units: 286

If you want to live like an early Texas oil tycoon in the heart of downtown, this converted 1915 Texaco building is the only place in Houston that will allow you to do so! Welcome to The Star.

The location is excellent! Walking distance to lots of the offices downtown.

The original elevators back when it was the Texaco. building

Great space!

The Star is exuding elegance out of every corner. The interior dark hardwood floors and matching cabinets are accentuated by bright white quartz counter tops in the kitchen, and every room is beautiful to the last detail, like the crown molding and deep-sill windows. The ceilings are either 10 or 11 feet high, allowing light to flood into the apartments giving them an open and connected feel.

This kitchen is HUGE.

Lots of space for you homey furniture.

Massive living room.

Entering their 2 bedrooms model! This floor-plan is huge.

The historic nature of the building is only felt through the story of its past because each unit is outfitted with modern amenities like energy-saving washer and dryer, dishwasher and, wine refrigerator. The Star has it all!

Amenities include:

  • Heated resort-style pool
  • 24-hour concierge/doorman
  • Additional club room with gaming areas
  • Climate-controlled storage
  • Gourmet coffee and snack bar
  • On-site golf simulator
  • Outdoor kitchen and gas grills
  • Pet friendly with covered dog run and pet washing station
  • Private media/theater room
  • Resident conference room
  • Rooftop sky terrace with outdoor fireplace
  • Social lounge with demonstration kitchen
  • State-of-the-art fitness center with on-demand cardio/spin

 

Entering the master bedroom.

This bathroom is stunning!

Lots of space for a study or vanity.

Coming home to your beautiful downtown apartment on Rusk Street means that transitioning from work to the more fun aspects of life is a breeze. You’re in quick access to Alley Theatre, Downtown Aquarium, House of Blues, and Jones Hall for the Performing Arts where you can enjoy date night and family-friendly events alike. Nightlife nearby doesn’t leave anything to be desired either with bars such as Bovine & Barley, Flying Saucer, Prohibition, and Boots n Shoots to name a few. Restaurants and coffee shops are a plenty, two of my favorite spots are Minuti Coffee and Sambuca. Downtown wasn’t always a shopping destination, but there are now big chain stores like Forver 21 and Jo. A Bank in addition to boutique retailers at the Shops at Houston Center.

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