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Tuesday, April 24 Real Estate (Prime Property)

Hines debuts luxe apartment tower

To office in a building developed by Hines comes with a certain amount of cachet.

The Houston-based development company is known for hiring world-renowned architects to design its soaring office towers. The company spends big on rare stone and marble and state-of-the-art building systems few properties can boast.

Now, Hines is betting its success in the office market will carry over to the residential side.

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The company recently debuted Aris Market Square, a 32-story downtown tower with 274 luxury apartments, a private garden and a 9,100-square-foot food hall with multiple dining concepts and a wine bar.

Rents start at $1,745 per month on units ranging from 570-square-foot studios up to a 2,227-square-foot penthouse with three bedrooms.

Ziegler Cooper Architects designed the tower at 409 Travis.

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The building's amenities include the requisite resort-style swimming pool and fitness center, but there's also a "pet parlor" with grooming stations, a bicycle repair room and a "vinyl listening room" with a selection of records.

Nancy Sarnoff|Real Estate Reporter, Houston Chronicle

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