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Houston, Post HTX at 401 Franklin, September 2016, downtown Houston
The re-imagined downtown post office is undergoing several phases of redevelopment inluding a new name: Post HTX . Courtesy of Lovett Commercial
Houston, Post HTX at 401 Franklin, September 2016, Barbara Jordan Post Office
The vast property includes more than 400,000 square feet of existing building structure and 16 acres of land. Courtesy of Lovett Commercial
Houston, Post HTX at 401 Franklin, September 2016, Post HTX
Lovett Commercial has begun renovating the architectural landmark, slotted for rebirth as a mixed-us development. Courtesy of Lovett Commercial
Houston, Post HTX at 401 Franklin, September 2016, 401 Franklin St.
Designed by the same architects as the Astrodome during the height of the Cold War, the post office has unique historical elements, including multiple bomb shelter bunkers. Courtesy of Lovett Commercial
Houston, Post HTX at 401 Franklin, September 2016, Hotel Brazos and Grand Central Station Houston
The facility, built in 1936, originally served as Houston's Grand Central Station until the federal government purchased it in the late 1950s. Courtesy of Lovett Commercial
Houston, Post HTX at 401 Franklin, September 2016, Cirque Nior party
To date, several avant-garde music and art groups, such as Cirque Noir, have used the raw space for events. Courtesy of Lovett Commercial