Welcome to Regent Square – Houston’s most ambitious and comprehensive vision to community planning, bringing its first truly pedestrian-oriented city district integrated seamlessly into a premier mixed-use development.
The Vision
A sophisticated and forward-thinking neighborhood, Regent Square is woven cohesively into the richness of the existing urban fabric. An exemplary mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented city district, developed in the spirit of true place-making, the neighborhood is a timeless union of design, commerce, and culture, that will create a new blend of aesthetic and social experiences within the city center. Comprised of 300,000 square feet of shops and restaurants, 200,000 square feet of offices, 1,500 residences, and parking for 4,200 vehicles, the expansive and diverse program is intimately interlaced with distinctive public spaces and parks.

Vibrant Mix of Uses
With a vibrant mix of uses, world class public spaces, generative architecture, unique design, and a commitment to sustainable development, Regent Square will pulse with energy throughout the day and evening. As residents, office works, shoppers, diners and visitors traverse tree-lined sidewalks and boulevards, dynamic retail and restaurants, distinctive public spaces and exceptionally crafted contemporary residences will hum with cosmopolitan liveliness.
Regent Square relies upon, benefits from, and marries itself to its location in a way that proudly embraces its Houston influence and heritage. The 24 acre Regent Square site is surrounded by the best of what Houston already has to offer; and quick access to the city’s best employment, residential, recreational, shopping, dining, museum, and theater districts.
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The Regent Square master plan perfectly blends a rich mix of residential, retail, restaurant, and office uses into a harmonious union with elegant parks, intimate courtyards, and gracious tree-lined streets and sidewalks. Ten of the world’s preeminent architects have collaborated to create over 30 distinct buildings and signature public spaces that combine traditional architectural styles with elements of modern design. At Regent Square, the classical merges with the contemporary to produce an authentic array of architectural aesthetics and human experiences.
The residences of Regent Square usher in a new way of living to Houston. Each of the residential buildings at Regent Square features unobstructed 360-degree views of Houston and beyond including the downtown skyline, the Galleria area, River Oaks, Memorial Park and the Buffalo Bayou. Each luxurious home is a modern high-rise oasis, with Houston’s premier shopping, finest dining, most popular cafes, and celebrated public spaces just steps away.
Regent Square provides a mix of exceptional retail, restaurant, and entertainment opportunities. Shoppers stroll among a collection of national brands, specialty retailers, fashion boutiques, and home and lifestyle stores. Health-conscious consumers frequent an array of fitness, spa, and wellness venues focused on the mind, body, and spirit. Fine dining, vibrant nightlife, sidewalk cafes, specialty food purveyors and casual restaurants are a non-stop draw.
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Regent Square revolutionizes Houston’s working environment and alters the perception of what an office setting can offer. The office building emphasizes the stature and permanence of traditional architecture while providing the most modern conveniences, amenities, floor plates, and building systems. Offices at Regent Square emphasize the importance of sustainable development at Regent Square. Office workers and their clients have Houston’s most prominent shopping, dining, and entertainment within paces of their door. Fronting on the prestigious Allen Parkway, it takes only a few minutes to drive to Downtown, the Galleria, and the Texas Medical Center from Regent Square. The location is ideal for both commuters and clients, with easy access to Houston’s highway system including I-610, I-45, I-10, and US 59.

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