The Belfiore Houston
Located within the exciting Galleria district, Belfiore is one of Houston’s newest luxury highrises.
A Giorgio Borlenghi and Interfin development (the same group behind popular luxury buildings Montebello, Villa D’Este and Four Leaf Towers), The Belfiore is a 26-story high luxury condo with European architecture. It features:
Buying in the Belfiore can be tricky. It’s a new building so there’s limited resale trends. In addition, it’s one of the highest priced buildings in the city and has one of the largest HOA fees.
Following are the amenities currently offered at Belfiore and what the HOA fee covers:
Belfiore residents are automatic members of the building’s Homeowners Association (HOA). The HOA manages the common areas of the condominium and provides essential services from which all residents benefit.
Condos within the Galleria have higher than average fees because many residents want to experience luxurious services and more amenities, as well as “next-door access and living” to the numerous entertainment establishments in the area. They evaluate their fees monthly based on the unit’s square footage.
See how the HOA fees at Belfiore compares with other Houston condos:
As the luxury highrise opened in 2016, Belfiore real estate trends aren’t available yet. However, most units have already been sold with prices at upwards of $2,000,000. Belfiore condos for sale have a list price of $2,300,000 to around $6,400,000 with an average of 5,567 square feet per unit.
The Galleria district features some of the best condo appreciation rates in the city. Due to its proximity to Houston’s premier business centers and accessibility to major freeways, upscale condos in the Galleria are constantly in high demand. In fact, Galleria condos have steadily appreciated over the past decade.
Check the 5- and 10-Year sales trends of Houston’s best condo buildings below.
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(Data sourced from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)
For more information on available Belfiore condos, please contact Paige Martin at 713-384-5177 or email Paige@HoustonProperties.com
Belfiore is the newest addition to the upscale luxury condos in the Galleria area.
The Galleria/Uptown area is one of Houston’s Most Accessible Neighborhoods. Thanks to its location in the northwest area where Loop 610 and Southwest Freeway meet, Belfiore residents have immediate access to major roads and freeways. These include Richmond Avenue, San Felipe Street, Westheimer Road, and Woodway Drive, among others.
Aside from the advantages of its location, Galleria is also one of Houston’s premier destinations for retail and business. The Galleria has 2.4 million square feet of leasable space with several world-class hotels, five-star restaurants and upscale shopping boutiques. Not only is The Galleria a shopping paradise to many, it is also a haven to food enthusiasts.
Below are the popular/top ranked places and establishments within the area:
Belfiore is located at 1275 S Post Oak Lane, within the Galleria district. The Galleria area, also known as Uptown District or Uptown Houston, is located south of the Memorial area and the Memorial Villages, west of Memorial Park and Afton Oaks, east of Briarmeadow, and north of Bellaire.
Belfiore’s location makes it highly accessible to the city’s major roads like Loop 610, Westheimer Road and Woodway Drive. These thoroughfares link the neighborhood to other key districts. Texas Medical Center, one of Houston’s major employment centers and the largest medical complex in the world is 7 miles away from the Belfiore. Museum District, one of Houston’s cultural centers, is also 7 miles away from the building while Downtown Houston, the city’s central business district, is 10 miles away.
Not only known as a satellite business district, The Galleria is also a popular retail business area. The Belfiore residents are just a mile away from The Galleria, one of the biggest malls in the country. It features signature retail outlets, chain stores, bars, fancy restaurants, cafes, among others. Another favorite shopping destination in the district is the European design-inspired Uptown Park, which is less than 5 minutes away from the building.
The Galleria areas’ zip codes are 77056 and 77057.
Galleria, where Belfiore is located, is zoned to the Houston Independent School District (HISD).
Belfiore residents can send their children to the following schools:
Briargrove Elementary School offers Vanguard, S.T.E.M, College and Career Readiness, International Baccalaureate, and magnet programs.
Tanglewood Middle School, formerly known as Grady Middle School, is an International Baccalaureate school that offers Pre-AP programs for gifted and talented students.
Wisdom High School, formerly known as Lee High School, offers career pathways in construction and design through college preparatory curriculum and hands-on experience. Available student programs include Business Management and Administration, Health Sciences, Human Services, Public Safety, IT, and more.
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