TEXAS – Neighborhood group raises concerns about proposed luxury condominium in Houston

HOUSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL: Neighborhood group raises concerns about proposed luxury condominium in Houston
By Paul Takahashi
August 25, 2015

A neighborhood association has raised concerns about a proposed new luxury condominium midrise in Houston’s Museum District.

The Museum Park Neighborhood Association, which represents about 3,500 homes in the Museum District, took issue with Oxberry Group, a Houston-based developer that is planning to build The Mondrian at the Museums. The eight-story, 20-unit condo project will replace The John C. Freeman Weather Museum at 5104 Caroline St., near the Asia Society Texas Center.

“It’s heartbreaking and something of a shame we’re losing another wonderful building in Houston,” said Sean Murphy, president of the neighborhood association. “We don’t have many of them left. We keep tearing them down.”

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