What We Know About The Langley
1717 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77005
StreetLights Residential is a “best-in-class” developer of approximately 40 urban multifamily residential buildings in the southern United States, primarily in Dallas, Austin, and in Houston where they developed The Carter, The Ivy, and The James, all of which have been well-received by the surrounding communities. Their mission statement conveys their design-centric focus as a developer: “Crafting beautiful places that lift the human spirit.”
StreetLights Residential is honored to continue to make its mark in Houston, Texas. The Langley's high-rise location connects two of Houston's most prestigious neighbhoorhoods, Boulevard Oaks and Southhampton. The residential building is inspired by the classical architecture of the surrounding area and will cater to those who want the space and luxurious finishes of a custom-built home with the upscale amenities of a boutique style hotel.
May 2, 2022 - The Langley is a proposed 20-story high-rise luxury apartment tower with 134 residential units planned by Dallas-based StreetLights Residential in partnership with El Paso-based Hunt Companies at 1717 Bissonnet in Houston near Rice University and Rice Village. The high-rise luxury apartment tower will feature spacious units with an average size at 2,850 square feet, much larger than standard Houston apartments. The classic, timeless design plus the high-end amenities are expected to attract affluent empty nesters who want to downsize but stay within the neighborhood. (Houston Chronicle)
May 2, 2022 - StreetLights Residential, a national design-focused developer of luxury multifamily and mixed-use communities, announced its latest community, The Langley. Located at 1717 Bissonnet St., The Langley will feature classical, formal architecture to create a timeless building design. StreetLights has partnered with the El Paso-based Hunt Companies, Inc. to design and develop Houston’s newest high-rise luxury rental community. Completion is scheduled for 2025. (Rejournals)