Newest property – Midtown area of Houston – Open for business

Located at 1624 Holman St, this all brick vintage 1938 building is now ready to be leased to future residences. Fat Property is currently assisting with the management of this property until full ownership is transferred next month.  We are working overtime to get units upgraded and ready for new tenants.

The property is definitely a ‘work in progress’.  There is much to do, and we’re excited for the challenge. Right now, the property is a bit rough looking.  We plan on repainting all the non-brick surfaces, putting in new windows/screens, adding new gating, landscaping, lights, cameras (action!), and more. This property provides a renter an excellent opportunity to rent a small cute unit in a perfect location for a very low rent.  And the property offers an “All Bills Paid” option which allows you to move right in without having to worry about connecting any utilities!

Rents start as low as $450/month, or $150/month less that our smaller Montrose properties that are literally 1 mile away.

The location is great. Next to a lot of new construction, as well as several major schools and shopping.  Walking distance to almost anywhere you’d want to be (a “highly walkable” 80 out of 100 on walkabilty score!). Proximity to light rail to zip you downtown, Rice, museums, and more. Minutes from Montrose, Heights, and all the actions of our city.

All units are studio efficiency units.  Even though they’re studios, they measure in as our largest units of that type.  We’re working hard to upgrade the units and make them a bit more modern (new paint, light fixtures, ceiling fans, etc.) while keeping a lot of the original 1930′s charm (octagon kitchen tile, wall mounted faucets, original hardwood flooring, etc.)

See our Holman page for more information or go to our tenant page if you’re ready to apply

3 Replies to “Newest property – Midtown area of Houston – Open for business”

  1. To the property manager of this new place,
    This is Partha, a tenant from the Hawthorne apts. How soon are you going to start moving people in there and what is the parking situation like? Is parking available at a lot?