Houston Condos: HOA Fees & Amenities

Houston Condos: HOA Fees & Amenities

Houston Condos: HOA Fees & Amenities

Compare homeowner association (HOA) fees and benefits for 115 Houston condo buildings.


Houston Condos: HOA Fees & Amenities

Houston Condo HOA Fees And Amenities Guide

Living in a condo can be fantastic. Residents benefit from great locations, awesome views, fabulous staff, wonderful amenities, and the ability to “lock and leave” anytime.

However, buying a condo in Houston can be tricky.

We don’t have the same condo market as cities like New York, Las Vegas, or Miami where everything appreciates (see which Houston housing segments have done best over the past decade).

Also, several Houston high-rise buildings have been very poor investments (typically due to egregious monthly homeowner association (HOA) fees, building issues, or bad management). (Read about which buildings have performed best.)

If you’re considering buying a condo in Houston, make sure that you’re aware of the monthly homeowner association (HOA) fees, their true costs, the benefits you get from being a resident, and the success themes quality buildings share.

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Table of Contents

  1. 1. Pros & Cons of Condo Living
  2. 2. Financing Impact of HOA Fees on Total Price
  3. 3. Historical Condo Building Cycles In Houston
  4. 4. Buy a Houston Condo That’s In Line With Your Goals
  5. Related Houston Condo Resources
  6. Houston Condo HOA Fees by Houston Neighborhood
  7. Houston Condo HOA Fees by Amenity
  8. Luxury Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees
  9. Downtown, Neartown, & EaDo Houston Lofts & Condos and Their HOA Fees
  10. Galleria Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees
  11. Inner Loop Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees
  12. Medical Center/Museum District Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees
  13. Disclaimers & Methodology:
  14. The Best Houston Realtor to Sell Your Home

1. Pros & Cons of Condo Living

1. Pros & Cons of Condo Living

Buying the right Houston condo can be challenging. Email Paige at [email protected] or call 713-425-4194 today for expert advice and personalized service.

Primary Benefits of Living in a Houston Condo:

  • Easy to maintain. No yard work, roof repair, building or grounds maintenance. Easy to “lock the door & leave.”

  • Great locations. Many buildings are a few hundred feet from top-ranked restaurants, and shopping & retail establishments.

  • Building security. Many Houston condos have 24-hour staff, guards, secure parking, cameras, gated entrance, and building security.

  • Service & amenities. Many highrises offer great amenities: tennis courts, pools, saunas, movie rooms, well-kept grounds, workout facilities, rooftop decks, and more.

  • Great Staff. You’ll get access to porters, valet, building managers, concierges, trash & dry cleaning pickup, and other services in many buildings.

Primary Drawbacks (compared to Houston Townhomes or Houston Single Family Homes):

  • Monthly maintenance fees. Staff and amenities are great, but come with a fee. Monthly maintenance fees pay for shared expenses.

  • Neighbors. Neighbors can be great and can turn into some of your best friends. However, some people aren’t good neighbors. Unfortunately, you can’t choose them in advance. You’re going to be living closer to other people, so look for units with good soundproofing.

    Also be wary of buildings that were originally apartments “converted” to condos as the quality of construction is usually inferior.

  • Associations. Condo living differs from traditional homeownership as residents elect a Board of Directors to manage the building’s business and make residential decisions. Some boards (and buildings) are great and have world-class talent.

    Sadly, many other buildings have entrenched bad leadership. This can affect your resale value, so choose wisely.


2. Financing Impact of HOA Fees on Total Price

2. Financing Impact of HOA Fees on Total Price

Contact Paige Martin at [email protected], one of Houston’s top condo realtors, to talk about building options and get a list of lenders who do a great job with condo financing.

Both taxing authorities and homeowners associations have the ability to put a lien on your condo unit if you don’t pay their bills.

If you’re getting a mortgage, your bank will usually require you to pay both HOA fees and taxes on time (they don’t like 3rd party senior liens).

As such, mortgage providers will ensure you have the ability to pay for your HOA fees when they decide how much money to loan you.

As a good rule of thumb, every $100/mo. in HOA fee is about the same as an additional $10,000 purchase price.

As a sample, for financing purposes, the two properties below are about the same:

  • $400,000 townhome with $0 HOA fees

  • $200,000 condo with $2,000/mo. in HOA fees

Even if you don’t have any problem with the HOA fee, these monthly fees can become an issue when you go to resell.

Typically, buildings that have large HOA fees have not performed well over the past decade, as a percent of the population will just choose to live in a Houston townhome or Gated community home instead. (Read about which buildings have performed best.)

Contact Paige Martin, one of Houston’s top condo realtors, to talk about building options and get a list of lenders who do a great job with condo financing.


3. Historical Condo Building Cycles In Houston

3. Historical Condo Building Cycles In Houston

Each of the eras has its pros & cons – contact Paige Martin to talk about which may be best or worst for you, based on your goals and situation.

Houston’s condo construction cycles followed major oil boom cycles:

  • 1960s

  • Late 1970s/1980s

  • Late 1990s

  • 2005-2008

  • 2012+

Most buildings from the same era share a lot of traits.

For example, buildings from the 1960s & 1980s typically have:

  • Larger HOA fees.

  • Many building amenities (good staff, 24/7 concierge, recreational facilities including workout rooms, pool and/or tennis courts, valet parking, etc.)

  • Limited energy efficiency (which is also part of the reason HOA fees are large).

  • Smaller ceiling heights than many newer other buildings

  • Note: Be really cautious of buildings where residents share utilities like electricity, as then it becomes a race to “get the best value” and leave your lights on more than your neighbor…thus increasing HOA fees.

As you’ll see from the data, a number of these buildings have not performed very well as investments over the past decade.

Each of the eras has its pros & cons – contact Paige Martin to talk about which may be best or worst for you, based on your goals and situation.


4. Buy a Houston Condo That’s In Line With Your Goals

4. Buy a Houston Condo That’s In Line With Your Goals

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Houston has about 115 condo buildings (several dozen new Houston condos have been announced, but I think a good percentage of them will fail and not make).

Developers have become masters at pitching new gee-whiz features (e.g. virtual golf simulators, heated outdoor pools, tennis courts, secured dog parks, valet parking, etc.)

If you choose to live in a “high touch” building, understand that you’re paying for all of those features, every month.

If you hate golf, realize the outdoor pool is only 12 feet long (and you’d never be able to swim laps there), don’t play tennis, don’t have a dog, or have a one-block commute to work) then you may not want to be paying for these.

By contrast, if you only focus on mid-rise buildings with limited amenities, you may be hurting yourself on resale or suffer from sub-par management (as the building could be too small to pay for quality, full-time management and the job may go to someone who is more interested in their own pet projects).

Typically, the best way to buy a new condo in Houston is to:

  • Buy in line with the median sale price in the building (e.g. if you have a $1.5M condo in a building with a $450k median price, you may have more issues than most residents.)

  • Find a great Houston condo realtor who is able to help you avoid pitfalls and help guide you on the personality types of the different buildings.


Related Houston Condo Resources

If you’d like personal recommendations on good buildings (or buildings to avoid), and you’re interested in buying a new Houston condo, contact Paige Martin at [email protected]

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HOA FEE TRENDS

We’ve analyzed a tremendous amount of Houston condos for sale in an effort to determine which Houston condos have been the best buy, over time.

While the answer can differ based on your price point and goals, successful buildings have common themes.

Below, we’ve presented HOA fees by Houston neighborhood, and those highrises that have a concierge service and a pool.


Houston Condo HOA Fees by Houston Neighborhood

If you’d like to see any specific condos or learn about Houston neighborhoods that are best for you, please contact Paige Martin at [email protected], ranked #1 Individual Agent with Keller Williams in Houston.

Downtown, Neartown, and EaDo

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Rise Lofts $275,000 $0.38 16%
The Stanford $325,000 $0.39 66%
The Edge $272,000 $0.44 14%
Herrin Lofts $198,750 $0.45 41%
East Side Lofts $266,500 $0.48 N/A
St Germain $198,000 $0.56 18%
Franklin Lofts $299,500 $0.57 36%
Hermann Lofts $292,750 $0.59 -9%
Capitol Lofts $265,000 $0.62 27%
Keystone Lofts $225,000 $0.66 -2%
Commerce Towers $282,500 $0.7 24%
Kirby Lofts $253,500 $0.72 27%
The Beaconsfield $370,000 $0.73 74%
Marlowe $462,500 $0.74 N/A
Bayou Lofts $207,500 $0.86 13%
2016 Main $149,000 $0.87 N/A
Four Seasons $1,400,000 $1.13 N/A

Galleria

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Manhattan $545,000 $0.35 8%
Empire Lofts $531,587 $0.39 5%
The Sussex $118,000 $0.43 N/A
The Woodway $347,375 $0.48 90%
2400 McCue $220,500 $0.5 21%
Lofts On Post Oak $235,000 $0.51 10%
The Tanglewood $352,500 $0.51 34%
3525 Sage $159,000 $0.53 -3%
The Mark $217,000 $0.54 9%
The Mercer $589,170 $0.56 18%
Cosmopolitan $610,000 $0.59 -8%
The Memorial $439,000 $0.7 -4%
5050 Woodway $541,000 $0.72 58%
Woodway Place II $229,500 $0.72 41%
Astoria $1,275,000 $0.74 N/A
The Oxford $260,750 $0.74 64%
Woodway Place Atrium $222,250 $0.75 37%
St James $444,528 $0.78 58%
The Tealstone $510,000 $0.83 54%
The Bristol $321,000 $0.83 3%
St Clair $240,000 $0.88 37%
Montebello $1,050,000 $0.9 16%
Four Leaf Towers $410,000 $0.93 9%
The Houstonian $745,000 $0.96 2%
Villa D’Este $1,250,000 $0.99 4%
Belfiore $4,950,000 $1.08 N/A

Inner Loop

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Renoir Lofts $602,000 $0.3 50%
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%
Chateau Ten – Welch $970,000 $0.34 N/A
2120 Kipling $329,040 $0.37 N/A
6007 Memorial $592,500 $0.38 112%
Washington Lofts $455,000 $0.38 N/A
One Montrose Place $377,000 $0.4 70%
The Vistas $252,000 $0.41 14%
Chateau Briar Hollow $267,500 $0.42 N/A
Lovett Place $285,500 $0.42 N/A
Jackson Place $290,750 $0.42 29%
Renaissance at River Oaks $268,500 $0.43 61%
Tremont Tower $262,250 $0.43 49%
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A
Villa Serena $347,500 $0.47 82%
The Briarglen $461,750 $0.55 11%
Riva at The Park $1,160,000 $0.58 N/A
Arabella $1,200,000 $0.58 N/A
The Piedmont $224,500 $0.59 9%
The Royalton $541,500 $0.61 44%
The Wilshire $1,292,500 $0.61 N/A
Revere At River Oaks $2,686,000 $0.62 N/A
Greenway $245,000 $0.77 0%
Park Square $435,000 $0.78 102%
Lamar Tower $426,895 $0.8 28%
The River Oaks $2,100,000 $0.82 N/A
Bayou Bend Towers $760,000 $0.86 -50%
Highland Tower $550,000 $0.87 -5%
The Huntingdon $1,575,000 $0.96 40%
Parc V $175,500 $0.97 N/A
The Willowick $380,000 $1.01 63%
Parc IV $215,000 $1.1 N/A
Regency House $349,000 $1.11 37%
2727 Kirby $1,850,000 $1.15 78%
Inwood Manor $516,500 $1.21 -15%

Medical Center/Museum District

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Renoir Lofts $602,000 $0.3 50%
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%
Chateau Ten – Welch $970,000 $0.34 N/A
2120 Kipling $329,040 $0.37 N/A
6007 Memorial $592,500 $0.38 112%
Washington Lofts $455,000 $0.38 N/A
One Montrose Place $377,000 $0.4 70%
The Vistas $252,000 $0.41 14%
Chateau Briar Hollow $267,500 $0.42 N/A
Lovett Place $285,500 $0.42 N/A
Jackson Place $290,750 $0.42 29%
Renaissance at River Oaks $268,500 $0.43 61%
Tremont Tower $262,250 $0.43 49%
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A
Villa Serena $347,500 $0.47 82%
The Briarglen $461,750 $0.55 11%
Riva at The Park $1,160,000 $0.58 N/A
Arabella $1,200,000 $0.58 N/A
The Piedmont $224,500 $0.59 9%
The Royalton $541,500 $0.61 44%
The Wilshire $1,292,500 $0.61 N/A
Revere At River Oaks $2,686,000 $0.62 N/A
Greenway $245,000 $0.77 0%
Park Square $435,000 $0.78 102%
Lamar Tower $426,895 $0.8 28%
The River Oaks $2,100,000 $0.82 N/A
Bayou Bend Towers $760,000 $0.86 -50%
Highland Tower $550,000 $0.87 -5%
The Huntingdon $1,575,000 $0.96 40%
Parc V $175,500 $0.97 N/A
The Willowick $380,000 $1.01 63%
Parc IV $215,000 $1.1 N/A
Regency House $349,000 $1.11 37%
2727 Kirby $1,850,000 $1.15 78%
Inwood Manor $516,500 $1.21 -15%

Houston Condo HOA Fees by Amenity

Houston Condo HOA Fees by Amenity

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Amenity: Concierge

Top 10 Houston Condo Buildings with Concierge

Condominium Building 2727 Kirby, Belfiore, Four Seasons, Lofts On Post Oak, Montebello, The Edge, The Huntingdon, The River Oaks, The Royalton, The Wilshire

Houston Condo Buildings with Concierge and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%
The Manhattan $545,000 $0.35 8%
Rise Lofts $275,000 $0.38 16%
Empire Lofts $531,587 $0.39 5%
Il Palazzo $400,000 $0.43 101%
The Edge $272,000 $0.44 14%
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A
The Woodway $347,375 $0.48 90%
Lofts On Post Oak $235,000 $0.51 10%
The Tanglewood $352,500 $0.51 34%
2520 Robinhood $332,500 $0.53 7%
3525 Sage $159,000 $0.53 -3%
The Mark $217,000 $0.54 9%
The Briarglen $461,750 $0.55 11%
St Germain $198,000 $0.56 18%
The Mercer $589,170 $0.56 18%
The Mondrian $1,262,175 $0.56 N/A
Riva at The Park $1,160,000 $0.58 N/A
The Mosaic $227,500 $0.58 12%
Arabella $1,200,000 $0.58 N/A
Cosmopolitan $610,000 $0.59 -8%
The Royalton $541,500 $0.61 44%
The Wilshire $1,292,500 $0.61 N/A
Revere At River Oaks $2,686,000 $0.62 N/A
Parklane Condo $469,900 $0.65 N/A
Commerce Towers $282,500 $0.7 24%
The Memorial $439,000 $0.7 -4%
The Spires $367,000 $0.7 58%
5050 Woodway $541,000 $0.72 58%
Woodway Place II $229,500 $0.72 41%
The Beaconsfield $370,000 $0.73 74%
Astoria $1,275,000 $0.74 N/A
The Oxford $260,750 $0.74 64%
Marlowe $462,500 $0.74 N/A
Woodway Place Atrium $222,250 $0.75 37%
Greenway $245,000 $0.77 0%
Park Square $435,000 $0.78 102%
St James $444,528 $0.78 58%
Lamar Tower $426,895 $0.8 28%
The River Oaks $2,100,000 $0.82 N/A
The Tealstone $510,000 $0.83 54%
The Bristol $321,000 $0.83 3%
Bayou Bend Towers $760,000 $0.86 -50%
Bayou Lofts $207,500 $0.86 13%
Highland Tower $550,000 $0.87 -5%
St Clair $240,000 $0.88 37%
5000 Montrose $253,500 $0.89 -14%
Montebello $1,050,000 $0.9 16%
Four Leaf Towers $410,000 $0.93 9%
The Huntingdon $1,575,000 $0.96 40%
The Houstonian $745,000 $0.96 2%
Villa D’Este $1,250,000 $0.99 4%
The Willowick $380,000 $1.01 63%
Warwick Towers $892,500 $1.05 19%
Belfiore $4,950,000 $1.08 N/A
Regency House $349,000 $1.11 37%
Four Seasons $1,400,000 $1.13 N/A
2727 Kirby $1,850,000 $1.15 78%
Inwood Manor $516,500 $1.21 -15%

Top 3 Houston Condo Buildings with Concierge


Gotham Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%

Gotham Lofts Map

Gotham Lofts is a four-story loft midrise with 41 condos featuring spacious rooms with high ceilings, large windows, an outdoor covered balcony/patio, and other luxury amenities. Gotham Lofts is also nestled near the Galleria Area, one of Houston’s main business and retail centers.

Map of Gotham Lofts

Gotham Lofts Real Estate Trends


The Manhattan

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Manhattan $545,000 $0.35 8%

The Manhattan Map

Developed by Randall Davis, The Manhattan is a 9-Story luxury mid-rise featuring loft-style residences with unique French Beaux-Arts style architecture. It is located centrally within the Galleria area, leading the residents to easy access with the Galleria’s dining and retail hotspots.

Map of The Manhattan

The Manhattan Real Estate Trends


Rise Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Rise Lofts $275,000 $0.38 16%

Rise Lofts Map

Rise Lofts is a 15-story midrise with 143 industrial-style lofts in northern Midtown, two blocks south of I-45. The rooftop features an infinity pool, spa, grill, and zen garden with stunning views of Downtown.

Map of Rise Lofts

Rise Lofts Real Estate Trends


Amenity: Pool

Houston Condo HOA Fees

Top 10 Houston Condo Buildings with a Pool

Condominium Building 2727 Kirby, Belfiore, Four Seasons, Lofts On Post Oak, Montebello, The Edge, The Huntingdon, The River Oaks, The Royalton, The Wilshire

Houston Condo Buildings with a Pool and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Renoir Lofts $602,000 $0.3 50%
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%
7575 Kirby $170,250 $0.35 1%
The Manhattan $545,000 $0.35 8%
The Sophie At Bayou Bend $2,495,000 $0.36 N/A
Rise Lofts $275,000 $0.38 16%
Empire Lofts $531,587 $0.39 5%
The Stanford $325,000 $0.39 66%
The Vistas $252,000 $0.41 14%
Jackson Place $290,750 $0.42 29%
Renaissance at River Oaks $268,500 $0.43 61%
City Plaza at Town Square $280,000 $0.43 14%
The Sussex $118,000 $0.43 N/A
Tremont Tower $262,250 $0.43 49%
The Edge $272,000 $0.44 14%
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A
Villa Serena $347,500 $0.47 82%
East Side Lofts $266,500 $0.48 N/A
The Woodway $347,375 $0.48 90%
Lofts On Post Oak $235,000 $0.51 10%
The Tanglewood $352,500 $0.51 34%
2520 Robinhood $332,500 $0.53 7%
3525 Sage $159,000 $0.53 -3%
The Mark $217,000 $0.54 9%
The Briarglen $461,750 $0.55 11%
The Mercer $589,170 $0.56 18%
The Mosaic $227,500 $0.58 12%
Arabella $1,200,000 $0.58 N/A
Cosmopolitan $610,000 $0.59 -8%
The Piedmont $224,500 $0.59 9%
The Royalton $541,500 $0.61 44%
The Wilshire $1,292,500 $0.61 N/A
Parklane Condo $469,900 $0.65 N/A
Commerce Towers $282,500 $0.7 24%
The Memorial $439,000 $0.7 -4%
The Spires $367,000 $0.7 58%
5050 Woodway $541,000 $0.72 58%
Woodway Place II $229,500 $0.72 41%
Astoria $1,275,000 $0.74 N/A
The Oxford $260,750 $0.74 64%
Marlowe $462,500 $0.74 N/A
Woodway Place Atrium $222,250 $0.75 37%
Greenway $245,000 $0.77 0%
Park Square $435,000 $0.78 102%
St James $444,528 $0.78 58%
Lamar Tower $426,895 $0.8 28%
The River Oaks $2,100,000 $0.82 N/A
The Tealstone $510,000 $0.83 54%
The Bristol $321,000 $0.83 3%
Bayou Bend Towers $760,000 $0.86 -50%
Bayou Lofts $207,500 $0.86 13%
2016 Main $149,000 $0.87 N/A
Highland Tower $550,000 $0.87 -5%
St Clair $240,000 $0.88 37%
5000 Montrose $253,500 $0.89 -14%
Montebello $1,050,000 $0.9 16%
Four Leaf Towers $410,000 $0.93 9%
The Huntingdon $1,575,000 $0.96 40%
The Houstonian $745,000 $0.96 2%
Parc V $175,500 $0.97 N/A
Villa D’Este $1,250,000 $0.99 4%
The Willowick $380,000 $1.01 63%
Warwick Towers $892,500 $1.05 19%
Belfiore $4,950,000 $1.08 N/A
Parc IV $215,000 $1.1 N/A
Regency House $349,000 $1.11 37%
Four Seasons $1,400,000 $1.13 N/A
2727 Kirby $1,850,000 $1.15 78%
Inwood Manor $516,500 $1.21 -15%

Top 3 Houston Condo Buildings with a Pool


Renoir Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Renoir Lofts $602,000 $0.3 50%

Renoir Lofts Map

Nestled within one of Houston’s exclusive neighborhoods, The Revere At River Oaks is a 9-story luxury midrise featuring 33 units with full-service amenities. The New York-inspired residential building has some of the largest units in the city.

Map of Renoir Lofts

Renoir Lofts Real Estate Trends


Gotham Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%

Gotham Lofts Map

Gotham Lofts is a four-story loft midrise with 41 condos featuring spacious rooms with high ceilings, large windows, an outdoor covered balcony/patio, and other luxury amenities. Gotham Lofts is also nestled near the Galleria Area, one of Houston’s main business and retail centers.

Map of Gotham Lofts

Gotham Lofts Real Estate Trends


7575 Kirby

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
7575 Kirby $170,250 $0.35 1%

7575 Kirby Map

Centrally located in the Museum District, 7575 Kirby Condominium is a 5-story contemporary midrise with a sweeping view of the Houston skyline. This condo features a landscaped courtyard, a clubhouse, and an executive business center.

Map of 7575 Kirby

7575 Kirby Real Estate Trends

Notable highlights:

  • Having a pool is one of the most requested amenities from new condo buyers. However, it is one of the least used amenities, based on the average-resident-use quotient.

  • Downtown Houston has the largest concentration of buildings without a pool (many of the downtown buildings are Historic Houston Lofts, so they didn’t have room for a pool).

  • Houston’s Galleria has the highest concentration of buildings with a pool.

  • The HOA fee difference is not solely related to having a pool. Typically, buildings with a pool have more services and more staff.


HOUSTON CONDOS AND THEIR HOA FEES

Below, we’ve included a collection of similar buildings and their monthly HOA fees. Prices are displayed on a per square foot basis, paid monthly.

If you’d like personal recommendations on good buildings (or buildings to avoid), and you’re interested in buying a new Houston condo, contact Paige Martin, one of the top-ranked Realtors in the State of Texas.


Luxury Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

Luxury Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

“As first time buyers in the US, we are delighted to have worked with Paige. She is a delight to work with, and I would recommend anyone to enlist her help if you’re looking to either buy or sell a property.” – Gail & Ian Mackey

Top 10 Luxury Houston Condo Buildings

Condominium Building 2727 Kirby, Bayou Bend Towers, Belfiore, Four Seasons, Montebello, The Houstonian, The Huntingdon, The River Oaks, The Royalton, The Wilshire

Luxury Houston Condo Buildings and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Chateau Ten – Welch $970,000 $0.34 N/A
Chateau Ten – Sunset $1,467,500 $0.44 N/A
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A
Riva at The Park $1,160,000 $0.58 N/A
Arabella $1,200,000 $0.58 N/A
The Royalton $541,500 $0.61 44%
The Wilshire $1,292,500 $0.61 N/A
Revere At River Oaks $2,686,000 $0.62 N/A
Astoria $1,275,000 $0.74 N/A
Marlowe $462,500 $0.74 N/A
The River Oaks $2,100,000 $0.82 N/A
Bayou Bend Towers $760,000 $0.86 -50%
Montebello $1,050,000 $0.9 16%
Four Leaf Towers $410,000 $0.93 9%
The Huntingdon $1,575,000 $0.96 40%
The Houstonian $745,000 $0.96 2%
Villa D’Este $1,250,000 $0.99 4%
Belfiore $4,950,000 $1.08 N/A
Four Seasons $1,400,000 $1.13 N/A
2727 Kirby $1,850,000 $1.15 78%

Top 3 Luxury Houston Condo Buildings


Chateau Ten – Welch

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Chateau Ten – Welch $970,000 $0.34 N/A

Chateau Ten - Welch Map

Nestled in the heart of River Oaks, Chateau Ten Welch offers premium privacy with only 2 units per floor. This 6-story midrise is close to River Oaks Shopping Center and job centers in Downtown and Galleria.

Map of Chateau Ten - Welch

Chateau Ten - Welch Real Estate Trends


Chateau Ten – Sunset

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Chateau Ten – Sunset $1,467,500 $0.44 N/A

Chateau Ten - Sunset Map

Chateau Ten Sunset Executive Summary

Chateau Ten is Randall Davis’ second “Chateau Ten” condo project (these are all mid-rise buildings with similar floor plans and footprints.)

The building’s residents enjoy:

  • EXCLUSIVITY: Chateau Ten Sunset is within Boulevard Oaks, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Houston. The Chateau Ten project is Randall Davis’ take on boutique luxury condominiums – 10 upscale residences with lower maintenance fees and located in exclusive Houston neighborhoods. The first midrise with the Chateau Ten brand is located in River Oaks. Units for sale have a list price between $800,000 to north of $1,000,000.

  • LARGE LIVING SPACE: Similar to the original Chateau Ten building in Welch, Chateau Ten Sunset luxury midrise features 10 residences starting at 3,000 square feet of living space. Floor plans vary but typically offer 3 bedrooms and 2 to 3 full baths. Residents enjoy Chateau Ten signature amenities like fireplace, custom closet, flat-screen TV and home speaker system, a private garage, crown molding, and top-of-the-line kitchen appliances.

  • PROXIMITY TO BUSINESS CENTERS: Chateau Ten Sunset’s central Inner Loop location gives residents direct access to Houston’s major job centers. The Texas Medical Center, housing more than 50 medical centers, academic institutions, and specialty clinics, is less than two miles away from the building. About 5 miles from Chateau Ten Sunset, Downtown is Houston’s central business district with more than 150,000 employees.

  • NEAR RETAIL AND ENTERTAINMENT: One of Houston’s oldest and eclectic retail centers, Rice Village is only a mile away from the building. It features more than 300 shops, restaurants, and establishments. Housing 19 cultural institutions within a 1.5-mile radius of the Mecom Fountain, the Museum District is also just few blocks away from the building.

  • BOULEVARD OAKS: Featuring tree-lined streets with an architecturally diverse mix of the 1920s and 1930s era houses, Boulevard Oaks exudes old-world charm. The neighborhood’s deed restrictions maintain Boulevard Oaks’ identity and integrity.

  • SECURITY: The neighborhood has top-notch security. Houston Police and Harris County peace officers provide a 24-hour private security patrol for Boulevard Oaks.

Buying a condo in Chateau Ten Sunset can be tricky. It’s a new building so there are no historical sales trends (like you can find from some of Houston’s top performing luxury condos).

To get personal advice on buying or selling a Chateau Ten condo, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston’s best condo realtors and one of the top ranked Realtors in the United States.

Map of Chateau Ten - Sunset

Chateau Ten - Sunset Real Estate Trends


Giorgetti

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A

Giorgetti Map

Giorgetti, an Italian-inspired mid-rise, is conveniently located within Upper Kirby and surrounded by high-end shops and galleries. Their 32 custom units showcase Italian craftsmanship.

Map of Giorgetti

Giorgetti Real Estate Trends

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  • These luxury Houston condos were selected based on their median sales price per square foot. Read about which of them have been the best buy over time.

  • A number of these buildings are fabulous and have great staff and great governance.

  • However, several of the buildings are facing current resale challenges (e.g. new construction buildings are going up nearby and blocking views, the developer sold the units at a high price per square foot and the first resales are trading below original purchase prices, etc.)

  • Many of the newest buildings have some of the lowest HOA fee prices per square foot. In some cases, I believe these listed rates are being subsidized by the developer and will need to increase over time so they are consistent with what it takes to run a quality building.

  • As of the time of this writing, I also believe that several of the buildings on the list have or will have governance issues as their HOA is not fully developed and/or has structural issues.


Downtown, Neartown, & EaDo Houston Lofts & Condos and Their HOA Fees

Downtown, Neartown, & EaDo Houston Lofts & Condos and Their HOA Fees

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Top 10 Downtown, Neartown, & EaDo Houston Condo Buildings

Condominium Building Bayou Lofts, Capitol Lofts, Commerce Towers, East Side Lofts, Four Seasons, Keystone Lofts, Marlowe, Rise Lofts, The Edge, The Stanford

Downtown, Neartown, & EaDo Houston Condo Buildings and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Rise Lofts $275,000 $0.38 16%
The Stanford $325,000 $0.39 66%
The Edge $272,000 $0.44 14%
Herrin Lofts $198,750 $0.45 41%
East Side Lofts $266,500 $0.48 N/A
St Germain $198,000 $0.56 18%
Franklin Lofts $299,500 $0.57 36%
Hermann Lofts $292,750 $0.59 -9%
Capitol Lofts $265,000 $0.62 27%
Keystone Lofts $225,000 $0.66 -2%
Commerce Towers $282,500 $0.7 24%
Kirby Lofts $253,500 $0.72 27%
The Beaconsfield $370,000 $0.73 74%
Marlowe $462,500 $0.74 N/A
Bayou Lofts $207,500 $0.86 13%
2016 Main $149,000 $0.87 N/A
Four Seasons $1,400,000 $1.13 N/A

Top 3 Downtown, Neartown, & EaDo Houston Condo Buildings


Rise Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Rise Lofts $275,000 $0.38 16%

Rise Lofts Map

Rise Lofts is a 15-story midrise with 143 industrial-style lofts in northern Midtown, two blocks south of I-45. The rooftop features an infinity pool, spa, grill, and zen garden with stunning views of Downtown.

Map of Rise Lofts

Rise Lofts Real Estate Trends


The Stanford

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Stanford $325,000 $0.39 66%

The Stanford Map

Located just north of EaDo’s BBVA Compass Stadium, Stanford Lofts is a 6-story midrise near downtown Houston. The building is a short walk from the METRORail, restaurants, and bars.

Map of The Stanford

The Stanford Real Estate Trends


The Edge

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Edge $272,000 $0.44 14%

The Edge Map

Built in 2008, The Edge showcases traditional architectural design and modern finishes. The 6-story condominium is in Midtown, a stone’s throw from downtown Houston.

Map of The Edge

The Edge Real Estate Trends


Galleria Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

Galleria Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

“Paige and her team are knowledgeable, attentive, responsive, patient. The HoustonProperties.com team put us into our first dream home, and due to that experience, we’ve returned to them time and again for our real estate needs. While the team’s focus is on completing your deal, their endgame is to ensure your needs are preserved and satisfied.” – Peter McGillivray & Jillian Jopling

Top 10 Galleria Houston Condo Buildings

Condominium Building Astoria, Belfiore, Empire Lofts, Four Leaf Towers, Lofts On Post Oak, Montebello, The Houstonian, The Manhattan, The Oxford, The Tanglewood

Galleria Houston Condo Buildings and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Manhattan $545,000 $0.35 8%
Empire Lofts $531,587 $0.39 5%
The Sussex $118,000 $0.43 N/A
The Woodway $347,375 $0.48 90%
2400 McCue $220,500 $0.5 21%
Lofts On Post Oak $235,000 $0.51 10%
The Tanglewood $352,500 $0.51 34%
3525 Sage $159,000 $0.53 -3%
The Mark $217,000 $0.54 9%
The Mercer $589,170 $0.56 18%
Cosmopolitan $610,000 $0.59 -8%
The Memorial $439,000 $0.7 -4%
5050 Woodway $541,000 $0.72 58%
Woodway Place II $229,500 $0.72 41%
Astoria $1,275,000 $0.74 N/A
The Oxford $260,750 $0.74 64%
Woodway Place Atrium $222,250 $0.75 37%
St James $444,528 $0.78 58%
The Tealstone $510,000 $0.83 54%
The Bristol $321,000 $0.83 3%
St Clair $240,000 $0.88 37%
Montebello $1,050,000 $0.9 16%
Four Leaf Towers $410,000 $0.93 9%
The Houstonian $745,000 $0.96 2%
Villa D’Este $1,250,000 $0.99 4%
Belfiore $4,950,000 $1.08 N/A

Top 3 Galleria Houston Condo Buildings


The Manhattan

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Manhattan $545,000 $0.35 8%

The Manhattan Map

Developed by Randall Davis, The Manhattan is a 9-Story luxury mid-rise featuring loft-style residences with unique French Beaux-Arts style architecture. It is located centrally within the Galleria area, leading the residents to easy access with the Galleria’s dining and retail hotspots.

Map of The Manhattan

The Manhattan Real Estate Trends


Empire Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Empire Lofts $531,587 $0.39 5%

Empire Lofts Map

Nestled in the heart of Uptown, The Empire is an 8-story midrise with classic iron railings, paired columns, and arched windows. This gated, full-service building features a resort-style pool, spa, and theater. It houses 170 units with living spaces averaging 2,100 square feet.

Map of Empire Lofts

Empire Lofts Real Estate Trends


The Sussex

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
The Sussex $118,000 $0.43 N/A

The Sussex Map

Located near US Highway 59 and Bellaire Boulevard, Sussex is a towering 16-story condominium within Sharpstown. The gated community, a 1950s Frank Sharp development, has access to major city hubs like Downtown and Galleria.

Map of The Sussex

The Sussex Real Estate Trends


Inner Loop Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

Inner Loop Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

Buying a condo in Inner Loop Houston can be tricky. Get the best Houston real estate experts to help you get rid of guesswork in your purchase.

Top 10 Inner Loop Houston Condo Buildings

Condominium Building 2727 Kirby, Bayou Bend Towers, Highland Tower, One Montrose Place, Renaissance at River Oaks, The Huntingdon, The River Oaks, The Royalton, The Wilshire, Washington Lofts

Inner Loop Houston Condo Buildings and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Renoir Lofts $602,000 $0.3 50%
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%
Chateau Ten – Welch $970,000 $0.34 N/A
2120 Kipling $329,040 $0.37 N/A
6007 Memorial $592,500 $0.38 112%
Washington Lofts $455,000 $0.38 N/A
One Montrose Place $377,000 $0.4 70%
The Vistas $252,000 $0.41 14%
Chateau Briar Hollow $267,500 $0.42 N/A
Lovett Place $285,500 $0.42 N/A
Jackson Place $290,750 $0.42 29%
Renaissance at River Oaks $268,500 $0.43 61%
Tremont Tower $262,250 $0.43 49%
Giorgetti $2,406,000 $0.46 N/A
Villa Serena $347,500 $0.47 82%
The Briarglen $461,750 $0.55 11%
Riva at The Park $1,160,000 $0.58 N/A
Arabella $1,200,000 $0.58 N/A
The Piedmont $224,500 $0.59 9%
The Royalton $541,500 $0.61 44%
The Wilshire $1,292,500 $0.61 N/A
Revere At River Oaks $2,686,000 $0.62 N/A
Greenway $245,000 $0.77 0%
Park Square $435,000 $0.78 102%
Lamar Tower $426,895 $0.8 28%
The River Oaks $2,100,000 $0.82 N/A
Bayou Bend Towers $760,000 $0.86 -50%
Highland Tower $550,000 $0.87 -5%
The Huntingdon $1,575,000 $0.96 40%
Parc V $175,500 $0.97 N/A
The Willowick $380,000 $1.01 63%
Parc IV $215,000 $1.1 N/A
Regency House $349,000 $1.11 37%
2727 Kirby $1,850,000 $1.15 78%
Inwood Manor $516,500 $1.21 -15%

Top 3 Inner Loop Houston Condo Buildings


Renoir Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Renoir Lofts $602,000 $0.3 50%

Renoir Lofts Map

Nestled within one of Houston’s exclusive neighborhoods, The Revere At River Oaks is a 9-story luxury midrise featuring 33 units with full-service amenities. The New York-inspired residential building has some of the largest units in the city.

Map of Renoir Lofts

Renoir Lofts Real Estate Trends


Gotham Lofts

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Gotham Lofts $532,250 $0.31 34%

Gotham Lofts Map

Gotham Lofts is a four-story loft midrise with 41 condos featuring spacious rooms with high ceilings, large windows, an outdoor covered balcony/patio, and other luxury amenities. Gotham Lofts is also nestled near the Galleria Area, one of Houston’s main business and retail centers.

Map of Gotham Lofts

Gotham Lofts Real Estate Trends


Chateau Ten – Welch

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Chateau Ten – Welch $970,000 $0.34 N/A

Chateau Ten - Welch Map

Nestled in the heart of River Oaks, Chateau Ten Welch offers premium privacy with only 2 units per floor. This 6-story midrise is close to River Oaks Shopping Center and job centers in Downtown and Galleria.

Map of Chateau Ten - Welch

Chateau Ten - Welch Real Estate Trends


Medical Center/Museum District Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

Medical Center/Museum District Houston Condos and Their HOA Fees

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Top 10 Medical Center/Museum District Houston Condo Buildings

Condominium Building 2520 Robinhood, 5000 Montrose, 7575 Kirby, Chateau Ten – Sunset, Il Palazzo, Parklane Condo, Serento, The Mosaic, The Spires, Warwick Towers

Medical Center/Museum District Houston Condo Buildings and Their HOA Fees

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
7575 Kirby $170,250 $0.35 1%
Oaks On Caroline $297,450 $0.38 N/A
Il Palazzo $400,000 $0.43 101%
Chateau Ten – Sunset $1,467,500 $0.44 N/A
Serento $203,000 $0.45 23%
2520 Robinhood $332,500 $0.53 7%
The Mondrian $1,262,175 $0.56 N/A
The Mosaic $227,500 $0.58 12%
Parklane Condo $469,900 $0.65 N/A
The Spires $367,000 $0.7 58%
5000 Montrose $253,500 $0.89 -14%
Warwick Towers $892,500 $1.05 19%
1400 Hermann $142,800 $1.1 -6%

Top 3 Medical Center/Museum District Houston Condo Buildings


7575 Kirby

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
7575 Kirby $170,250 $0.35 1%

7575 Kirby Map

Centrally located in the Museum District, 7575 Kirby Condominium is a 5-story contemporary midrise with a sweeping view of the Houston skyline. This condo features a landscaped courtyard, a clubhouse, and an executive business center.

Map of 7575 Kirby

7575 Kirby Real Estate Trends


Oaks On Caroline

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Oaks On Caroline $297,450 $0.38 N/A

Oaks On Caroline Map

Standing within Houston’s cultural heart, the Museum District, Oaks on Caroline is a 6-story mid-rise with a Texas Hill Country design facade.

Map of Oaks On Caroline

Oaks On Caroline Real Estate Trends


Il Palazzo

Area Median Home Price HOA/Sq Ft 10 Year %
Il Palazzo $400,000 $0.43 101%

Il Palazzo Map

An architecture by Carlo di Nunzio, Il Palazzo is a 6-story luxury midrise with Italian design. The building features 52 lofts and 6 penthouse units with expansive living spaces and balconies. It covers a whole block within Museum District with lush gardens and sidewalks.

Map of Il Palazzo

Il Palazzo Real Estate Trends


Disclaimers & Methodology:

If you’d like to see any specific condos or learn about Houston neighborhoods that are best for you, please contact Paige Martin at [email protected], ranked #1 Individual Agent with Keller Williams in Houston.

  • Information is deemed accurate but is not guaranteed.

  • All data is from the Houston Association of Realtors, MLS service based on data from 2015 and 2016.

  • Building HOAs, management companies, and board of directors have the ability to change the policies for the building at any time, in accordance with their bylaws. As such, HOA fees for specific buildings will change frequently.


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