1 Riva Row, Houston Texas, Site Progress 31.01.24

Since breaking ground in November 2023 construction at 1 Riva Row has progressed at a steady pace. Area ‘A’ basement and concrete shear walls have been completed, as well as initial slabs on grade. Over the next months, structural groundworks will continue across Area ‘B’ to complete this portion of the project.

Developed for The Howard Hughes Corporation, this new build multi-family development will create 269 new homes in the heart of the Woodlands.

The massing consists of two distinct elements – a podium and tower. The four/five story residential podium responds to the scale of Riva Row and the adjacent Waterway. The fourteen-story residential tower addresses the prominent corner and strategic views across the Woodlands.

A gradual gradation of brick colours across the buildings provides a rich and diverse façade, reflecting the historic craft of Texas masonry.

The project is due to complete in December 2025.

 
 
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