Montrose Collective is a creative canvas in the heart of Houston’s most culturally electric neighborhood. Radom Capital has partnered with JP Morgan and is developing 197,000 SF of retail and office space, with 40,000 SF of green space. The project will incorporate a walkable design where shaded, tiled sidewalks weave through five buildings off Westheimer and Grant street collectively housing more than 80,000 square feet of specialty shop space.
Montrose Collective embraces the kinetic and eclectic energy of Montrose. Established in 1911, the four-square-mile area is the literal and figurative heart of the city. Texas Monthly touted Montrose as “Houston’s and Texas’s coolest neighborhood” and “the true birthplace of Texas counterculture”
Walkable, tree-lined boulevards are dotted with porch-wrapped bungalows and charming coffee shops, neon-lit tattoo parlors and craft cocktail bars. Montrose is the center of Houston’s culinary scene and one of the country’s premier dining destinations with 11 James Beard nominated restaurants within 8 blocks. Retail brands like Aesop, Le Labo, and the recently-opened Universal Standard have chosen this authentic and vibrant neighborhood to enter the Houston market.