Highland Tower invests in parks
A 17-floor tower wouldn’t necessarily be a natural partner with a nonprofit group whose mission is to create, improve, protect and advocate for parkland in Greater Houston. However, this high-rise tower reaches above and beyond in every category. Highland Tower, located at 2207 Bancroft St., is committed to Houston, and its developer has pledged to donate to the Houston Parks Board after closings on each of its 93 units.
“We are so grateful to Pelican Builders for their continued support. It is both visionary and revitalizing to see developers make a long-term commitment to Houston’s parklands,” said Houston Parks Board executive director Roksan Okan-Vick.
In addition to benefiting the greater community, Highland Tower’s residents are the biggest beneficiaries. Highland Tower homeowners escape into a vertical oasis equipped with a Terrace level worthy of any private club. Located on the fifth floor, The Terrace offers expansive views, an infinity-edge pool and covered outdoor cabanas, all surrounding tranquil green spaces, courtyards and fountains. In addition, residents access five-star concierge services, ample parking and a state-of-the-art fitness center all for less than some homeowners pay in home insurance, health clubs and lawn care.
Houston, the U.S. energy capital, was recently named the coolest place to live, according to Forbes. Synonymous with chic and cool, high-rise living offers the upscale lifestyle Houstonians seek.
“I looked at other housing options before buying at Highland Tower. For me it was the elegance and peace of mind that high-rise living offered,” resident Jill Wesson said. “Security, comfort and the dramatic floor to ceiling windows help me leave my stress at the door.”
Pelican Builders, a leader in high-end, high-rise developments, is dedicated to every detail. Call today or visit to see a lifestyle that makes every day mirror a vacation. Open seven days a week, call Sudhoff Properties at 713-622-6888.
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