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Now, that's Italian: New details on The Woodlands' first luxury high-rise condo tower

That's Italian: New details on Woodlands' first luxury high-rise condo

Trevisio rendering The Woodlands
Rendering of the 23-story luxury condominium tower planned for Waterway Square in The Woodlands. Courtesy of Bogza
Trevisio luxury tower pool
Amenities at the planned tower are set to include a terrace with a pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Courtesy of Bogza
Trevisio luxury tower in Woodlands
The luxury high-rise will feature 84 condominiums, now available for pre-sale. Courtesy of Bogza
Trevisio rendering The Woodlands
Trevisio luxury tower pool
Trevisio luxury tower in Woodlands

Pre-sales have begun for The Woodlands' first luxury high-rise condominium tower, called Trevisio at Waterway Square.

The announcement came from The Howard Hughes Corporation, which owns, manages and develops commercial, residential and mixed-use real estate around the nation, and its wholly owned subsidiary, The Woodlands Development Company.

 Construction on the tower is expected to commence once half of its 84 units are presold. 

The 84-unit, 23-story residential tower is located on The Woodlands Waterway, directly adjacent to the upcoming Westin hotel, which is scheduled to open in late 2015.

Construction on the tower is expected to commence once half of its 84 units are presold, according to the Houston Chronicle. The plan calls for only four residences per floor, ranging in size from 1,247 square-feet to more than 3,500 square-feet, with prices starting at $650,000. One-, two- and three-bedrooms floorplans will be offered, and four penthouses will be available, as well.

Trevisio's amenities will include an outdoor garden terrace with a pool, summer kitchen and fire pit, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center.

The project's general contractor is Atlanta-based Hoar Construction, Houston-based Sudhoff Companies is charge of marketing and sales, and Atlanta-based The Preston Partnership LLC designed the building.

Back in February, The Woodlands Development Co. placed marketing signs at the tower's construction site that advertised "luxury high-rise residences with a European sensibility," according to the Houston Business Journal. A press release from the developer says the project will share numerous lifestyle features with its namesake, a village in northern Italy, "combining Italian aesthetics and modern living through the architecture, décor, appliances, cabinets, millwork, textiles and stone."