1201 Louisiana Street
Houston, TX 77002
- 14,091 sqft
|Entire Floor 27 Suite||14,091 sqft||$0 /mo est|
- Owner/Leasing ManagerBrookfield Office Properties
- Walk Score®88
- Year Built1971
- Notable TenantsPriceWaterHouse Coopers, Total Petrochemicals
Total Plaza is located in [Downtown Houston] (http://www.thesquarefoot.com/houston/office-space/downtown-houston) on Louisana off of Main Street. Each floor has about 24,000 square feet of space and features a mirror finished reflective glass which shines throughout the [Houston] (http://www.thesquarefoot.com/houston) skyline.The buildings name was changed to Total Plaza in 2005, when Total S.A. signed a lease for 15 years and 150,000 square feet. The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County used to be the largest tenant before Total S.A.The Energy Star certified property features direct connection to Houston's all-weather tunnel/skywalk system, which provides direct access to Allen Center and the Hyatt Regency Hotel as well as many other fine dining eateries and retail shops. Dramatic views of the nation's fourth largest city are highlighted by full floor-to-ceiling windows.Offering 35 stories of unparalleled views, 1201 Louisiana is the classic fusion of architectural appeal and superb location. The design, sheathed in double-paned, insulated reflective glass, offers full-height floor-to-ceiling solar vision windows which rest on a base of rich rose granite, accentuated by a powerful crimson porcelain band. Architectural elements incorporate a "piano key" motif that is subtly repeated throughout the building's public areas. The building, located on a half block where Louisiana, Milam and Dallas traverse, is the very heart of the city. This central downtown location provides excellent access to all major freeways and interchanges. The same is true of Allen Parkway, Memorial Drive and South Main, primary arteries leading to their respective prestige residential neighborhoods of River Oaks, Memorial and the Museum area.
EaDo, in short for East Downtown, only got its name in 2008 through an online public poll. With a growing art and music scene, it is increasingly identified as an up-and-coming neighborhood. This is especially so with the presence of Warehouse Live, a go-to live music venue in the greater Houston metropolitan area.
Something worth noting is its 10-mile hike and bike trail system, Columbia Tap Trail, that runs continuously from Dynamo Stadium to Med Centre; allowing easy commute for people travelling to work. If you are a fan of Star Wars, you might want to check out Neil’s Bahr - a popular spot amongst the locals for its geek-themed Star Wars memorabilia décor.
Businesses looking to lease their office space within an energetic neighborhood can consider starting your search at EaDo.