1701 Heights Blvd

Theater

1701 - 1703 Heights Blvd, HoustonTX 77008

Property Details

Location

Address
1701 - 1703 Heights Blvd, HoustonTX 77008
County
Harris
Submarket
CG - Northwest Loop
Parcels
0201140000001
Cross Street
W. 18th St.
Campus Name
Heights Christian Church

Building Size

Building Size
30,000 SF

Building Details

Type
 Theater
Number of Buildings
3
Occupancy Type
Single Tenant
Percent Occupied
100%
Building Class
Building Status
Existing
Floors
2
Year Built
1927
Year Renovated
1965
Sprinklers
Yes
Total Parking
30
Parking Ratio
Air Conditioned
Yes
Heated
Yes
Legal Desc.
LTS 1 THRU 7 BLK 118 HOUSTON HEIGHTS

Land & Utilities

Land (Acres)
0.98 Acres
Land (SF)
42,602 SF
Electricity
Yes, Private
Natural Gas
Yes, Private, Centertpoint
Sanitary Sewer
Yes, City, City of Houston
Water
Yes, City, City of Houston
Zoning
Lot Depth
150 ft
Lot Width
284 ft

Contacts

Current Listings

1701 Heights Blvd.

30,000 SF$5,000,000
Greenwood King Properties

Along picturesque Heights Blvd. sits one of the most iconic buildings in Heights architectural history…Lambert Hall. Together, with the Heights Christian Church and the Education Wing, this property is nearly an acre of history on one city block. Built in 1927, Lambert Hall was originally a church and later became an event venue housing Opera in the Heights and other productions. With a nearly 300 person seating capacity consisting of lower and balcony levels, Lambert Hall is rich in history and design elements. Other elements of Lambert Hall are the front lobby, dressing rooms, office space, restrooms and downstairs Fellowship Hall with kitchen and storage space. The new Church (1965) at the corner of Heights Blvd./W.18th is a modern assembly for services featuring the two level sanctuary, lobby, offices, restrooms and storage rooms. The Education Center (1953) resides between the two buildings and consists of twelve studio/office spaces plus restrooms. Off street parking in two locations plus circular drop off in front of the Noah’s Ark playground. Contributing structures in the Houston Heights historic district. Please contact the Houston Architectural Historic Commission for additional information.

Greenwood King Properties

Along picturesque Heights Blvd. sits one of the most iconic buildings in Heights architectural history…Lambert Hall. Together, with the Heights Christian Church and the Education Wing, this property is nearly an acre of history on one city block. Built in 1927, Lambert Hall was originally a church and later became an event venue housing Opera in the Heights and other productions. With a nearly 300 person seating capacity consisting of lower and balcony levels, Lambert Hall is rich in history and design elements. Other elements of Lambert Hall are the front lobby, dressing rooms, office space, restrooms and downstairs Fellowship Hall with kitchen and storage space. The new Church (1965) at the corner of Heights Blvd./W.18th is a modern assembly for services featuring the two level sanctuary, lobby, offices, restrooms and storage rooms. The Education Center (1953) resides between the two buildings and consists of twelve studio/office spaces plus restrooms. Off street parking in two locations plus circular drop off in front of the Noah’s Ark playground. Contributing structures in the Houston Heights historic district. Please contact the Houston Architectural Historic Commission for additional information.

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