1800 West Loop South, Houston

Located in Uptown Houston in the Galleria submarket, 1800 West Loop South is a Class A landmark office tower. The property’s location within the well-established submarket offers close proximity to demand generators and local amenities. Additionally, its location within the uptown area has a significant household base to the north (Tanglewood) that is one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in the Houston area.

The property offers highly functional floorplates averaging 20,000 sq ft and can accommodate up to eight corner offices per floor. Recent asset enhancements include a complete renovation of the building lobby, elevator modernisation and an addition of a new conference room facility. 

Its close proximity to major roads and public transportation with good accessibility to surrounding markets also benefitted its tenants from diverse trade sectors.

1800 West Loop South was the first high-rise office building in the city of Houston—and in the state of Texas, to receive the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Certification by the US Green Building Council for Existing Buildings. The building has since achieved LEED Gold status. Additionally, it is a multiple recipient of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s prestigious ENERGY STAR © label.

Key Statistics

Address

1800 West Loop South, Houston, Harris County, Texas

Land Tenure

Freehold

Parking Stalls

1,024

Number of Storeys

21

Net Lettable Area (NLA)

398,490 sq ft

Valuation as at June 2017

US$ 82.0m