Houston, TX, November 3, 2008 – Walking to work has not typically been a viable choice for Houstonians. However, with gas prices squeezing our pocketbooks and traffic snarl continuing to shake our nerves, walking to work sounds pretty good.
Employees of the businesses that operate in the Texas Medical Center have an opportunity to walk to work when they live in a new condominium home situated just three blocks from the main campus. Serento Condominium, a quaint mid-rise property, is located at 2203 Dorrington Street, off Montclair Drive, south of Holcombe.
The Tuscan-inspired condominium is comprised of 44 one and two-bedroom residences in four stories with a two-story garage below and at street level. The property contains a fully-equipped fitness center, and a large terrace for entertaining. The garage is designed for controlled access only, and the lobby entrance requires access via resident notification.
Custom-designed interior home features include 9’ and 10’ ceilings, crown molding, large windows, recessed lighting, ceramic and hardwood floors, granite counter tops and stainless appliances including electric wine cooler.
The terrace, situated on the first floor, provides a respite from a hectic day with a flowing fountain and gazebo furnished with comfortable seating. Bench seating inside the “tower” on the front side of the terrace offers the perfect setting for reading.
Serento Condominium offers seven floor plans ranging in size from 819 to 1445 square feet and are priced from the $250’s to the low $400’s. Thirty percent of the residences have been sold. Buyers will begin moving in within the next few weeks.
The Sales Center is open on Thursday and Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Saturday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday noon to 5:00 pm. The phone number is 713.218.0175.
Serento Condominium is the third mid-rise residential project developed by innerLoopCondos.com, a Houston-based company created in 2004 by Group LSR, an international real estate development company. The Vistas at Midtown was completed in 2006, and occupancy in the second project, Piedmont at River Oaks, occurred in the spring of last year. Future development inside the loop is planned. For more information, visit