Located at Bell and Louisiana in Houston’s Central Business District, the Wedge International Tower stands at forty-three stories. 1415 Louisiana was designed by Nas Penton & Associates and 3D International and was completed in 1983.
The building’s notable four setbacks allow the tower to soak in as much natural light as possible while maintaining a classic look. Wedge International Tower setbacks divide the building into three zones. The lowest zone is from the ground to the thirteenth floor, which consists of the parking garage. The next zone stops at the twenty-eighth floor and consists of office space. The last zone runs the length of the building to the forty-third floor and is comprised of more office space and the top floor which is occupied by the 43rd Restaurant and Lounge.
The entry way has been recently redone with a canopy and custom glass artwork in the lobby. The building now has direct access to the pedestrian tunnel system.
Wedge International Tower has a score of amenities that separate this tower from others such as twenty-four-seven security, key card access, and an in-house dental service space. The surrounding neighborhood is very accommodating with access to athletic facilities in the YMCA as well as hotels such as the Hyatt and Doubletree.
For commuters this property allows them many different ways to arrive at the office. There is easy access to I-10, I-45, and I-59. Wedge International is linked to the South Louisiana Tunnel, and there is reserved parking on the street in addition to the 391 space parking garage.