Vine Street Studios
Houston, TX 77002
Houston Press' Description
Located downtown in a registered historic 1917 building just blocks from UH-D, Vine Street Studios rents space to a diverse roster of Houston creative organizations. Tenants include Bayou City Art Festival, the Buffalo Bayou Parnership and FotoFest.
Vine Street Studios was originally known as the Union Transfer and
Storage Building which was built in 1917 and is listed in the
National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the
Interior. This commercial loft style office building has been uniquely
renovated and redesigned to provide you with a perfect open, loft style office
environment. Amenities include: antique wood flooring, exposed bricks,
beams, and duct work, kitchens and high ceilings. A total of 57,500 square
feet of rentable office space plus 25,000 square feet of basement storage
space is available for a total of 82,500 square feet. Vine Street Studios is
very well placed within the Downtown Historic Houston Business District,
close to the courthouse.
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