One of Houston’s premier converted historic buildings, Hermann Lofts is nestled within Downtown’s Historic District next to the Market Square Park.
Named after the great Houston philanthropist George Henry Hermann, the 32-unit Hermann Lofts is one of Downtown’s first historic conversion projects.
Buying a condo in Hermann Lofts can be tricky. It’s a converted building with only a few units sold each year. Some units have been updated while others are maintained to keep the “loft style” intact (exposed ductwork, high ceilings, brick walls). There are also a lot of new construction projects in the Downtown area. This is dramatically changing the views of other units, while also providing comparable condos in newer buildings.
Following are the amenities currently offered at Hermann Lofts and what the HOA fee covers:
Hermann Lofts features great amenities including a fitness center, concierge service, rooftop terrace and assigned parking. The building’s monthly maintenance fee covers the building’s shared expenses including building & grounds, porter, gas and trash.
Buildings from the 1960s and 1980s typically have larger HOA fees because they are less energy efficient than newer buildings.
Below you will see how Hermann Lofts compares with other Downtown, Neartown and EaDo condos: (See Houston Condos: HOA Fees & Amenities)
Hermann Lofts has posted steady real estate appreciation rates over the last decade. Many owners are retaining their units yearly.
Note: As Hermann Lofts Houston is a smaller loft building, units are listed infrequently and transactions occur off-market (not publicly listed).
(Data sourced from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)
For more information on available Hermann Lofts condos, please contact Paige Martin at 713-384-5177 or email Paige@HoustonProperties.com
Featuring architectural designs unique to converted lofts, Hermann Lofts is a renovated building within Downtown’s Historic District.
A pet-friendly condo, Hermann Lofts allows owners to house domestic pets (dogs, cats and fishes). The management will review the breed and weight of the pets for approval.
One of Houston’s most accessible neighborhoods, Downtown offers residents excellent commute to key districts via several public transportations including the METRORail, the bus system, Houston B-Cycle, and Greenlink. Downtown is also near major thoroughfares ( I-10 to the north, I-69 to the east, and I-45 to the south and west).
Downtown is not only known as Houston’s Central Business District but also one of the city’s popular culture and entertainment centers. Downtown houses several sports and entertainment venues like Minute Maid Park, Toyota Center and Discovery Green. Theatre and Historic Districts also feature a collection of exciting retail and entertainment establishments like Market Square Park and Bayou Place.
Hermann Lofts is located at 204 Travis St. in Downtown’s Historic District. Downtown Houston lies north of I-69 (Gulf Freeway), south of I-10 (Katy Freeway), and west of I-45 (Eastex Freeway).
Downtown’s exciting entertainment and retail establishments are just a few blocks from Hermann Lofts. Less than a mile, Theater District is one of Houston’scultural and entertainment center featuring nine performing arts organizations, the Bayou Place, restaurants, plazas, and parks.
Downtown Houston’s zip code is 77002.
Hermann Lofts is located within Downtown. Downtown is zoned to the Houston Independent School District (HISD).
Hermann Lofts residents can send their children to the following schools:
Crockett Elementary School at 2112 Crockett Street. Crockett is a neighborhood Vanguard school that offers bilingual and fine arts programs. They serve Serving students from grades PK to 5 and also offers fine arts program like classes in ballet, visual art, music, and rhythmic dancing.
Gregory-Lincoln Education Center at 1101 Taft St. GLEC serves students from Kindergarten to 8th grade. The school features a fine arts magnet program and offers classes in the theatre arts, culinary arts, dance, visual arts, multimedia arts, and vocal music.
Davis High School at 1101 Quitman St. Jefferson Davis High School features a Hotel and Restaurant Management magnet program.
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