The 4-story apartment complex going up on the northeast corner of Westheimer and Fondren roads (where Prosperity Bank and Landry’s Seafood Restaurant were torn down in a mildly apocalyptic display back in 2014) is now pushing leases and offering would-be tenants a chance to scope the place out. The place has also gotten a name tweak since the project was first announced: the former Crest at Fondren is going by West & Fondren these days.
The complex has sprung up just south of the late-seventies garden-style Victoria Place apartments (which appear to have been bought 2 summers ago by an entity controlled by developer Michael Novelli). The Fondren-side entrance of the 4-story building is clearly labeled as such:
The south-facing Westheimer facade does not appear to be labeled West, however:
The complex consists of 2 sets of units wrapped around central courtyards on either side of a parking garage. At least one of those courtyards has a pool:
- West & Fondren [Lennar Multifamily Communities]
- Previously on Swamplot: This Demolition Marks the End of Prosperity on the Corner of Fondren and Westheimer; Daily Demolition Report: Losing Status