Midway, the privately owned, fully integrated real estate investment and development firm, will handle property management services for Avenue Grove, a luxury midrise residential tower in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. As property manager, Midway will provide residential leasing and marketing, routine and preventative maintenance, emergency preparedness and response, risk mitigation and asset preservation.
Avenue Grove sets the standard for contemporary urban living. The 270-unit midrise opened in 2015 and offers studio, one- and two-bedroom lofts and townhomes with floor-to-ceiling windows, solar shades, hardwood floors, sophisticated marble and granite countertops, large custom closets, and patios/balconies in select units. Thoughtfully considered community amenities include a 10,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with a sundeck and pool, a fitness center, a business center, gated garage parking, concierge services and a dedicated onsite team.
Midway developed and previously managed Kirby Grove—the mixed-use district in which Avenue Grove lies—in collaboration with Upper Kirby Management District. In addition to the 330,000-square-foot multifamily community, the 11-acre development is comprised of Kirby Grove Office Tower, a 225,000-square-foot office building with 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and Levy Park, a vibrant six-acre park. As part of the overall Kirby Grove project, Levy Park underwent a two-year, $15 million sweeping transformation and now serves as a community focal point and a venue to host events and district-centered programming. A private lease agreement with adjacent properties provides a sustainable funding source that helps pay for the park’s operation. Kirby Grove was completed in 2017.
Avenue Grove residents benefit from Kirby Grove’s premier dining, entertainment, boutique offices and activated green spaces just steps from their front door, as well as easy access to Levy Park’s activity and event lawns, performance pavilion, dog park, promenade with seating, community garden and 7,500-square-foot rain garden, which harvests and reuses stormwater.