The Sovereign at Regent Square

The Sovereign at Regent Square

Life Along the Bayou 
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DETAILS

LocationHouston, Texas, United States
ClientGID Urban Development Group
Size1.75 acres

The Sovereign at Regent Square is a multi-family apartment building located within the first phase of the mixed-use Regent Square development along Buffalo Bayou in Houston, Texas. The project features an amenity deck with pool, offering framed views to Houston’s skyline and a panoramic view of the city. Outdoor living spaces surround a formal pool shaded by a bosque of palms. A large event lawn stretches to the north, offering a gracious spill-out space from adjacent indoor venue spaces. Wide sidewalks, street tree plantings, and a zero-foot building setback lend an urbane setting and human scale to the street.

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