Visible from a number of well-traveled and revered Houston landmarks, the Warwick Towers condominium high rise enjoys an excellent location in the middle of Houston’s Museum District. Adjacent to the highly respected Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the northwest corner of Hermann Park, the Warwick Towers is directly across from the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and near the Houston Zoo and the Miller Outdoor Theatre. Its proximity to the Metrorail and its Museum District stops means it’s also a convenient ride into downtown and an even shorter distance from the renowned Texas Medical Center.
Built in 1982-83 and rising 30 stories into the Houston sky, Warwick Towers features 126 residential units (including 6 penthouses). Designed by Golemon & Rolfe Associates, its two “towers” are connected by five bridges. These multi-floor bridge levels that span between the towers provide living room space in the building’s most luxurious unit floor plans.
Building amenities include 24/7 concierge service, valet, porter, dry cleaning pickup, two party rooms (the formal Board Room and informal Terrace Room) with kitchens, exercise room, and storage room.
The rooftop terrace on the Warwick Towers’ fifth floor parking garage provides residents and their guests with an exceptional park-like retreat featuring hundreds of trees and lush landscaping, tennis court, 5-hole putting green, three-tiered fountain, walking path, heated swimming pool and spa, copper-roofed gazebos, and gas grills for grilling and barbecues.