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Post Rice Lofts was called The Rice Hotel. Built in 1913, The Rice Hotel
was once one of the most glamorous,
sought-after destinations in Houston, playing host to numerous luminaries from all over the world and
several United States Presidents.
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Rice Loft Information
The site on which Post Rice Lofts stands has played host to a number of structures, including
the old Capitol of the Republic of Texas (which housed the Texas Congress from April
1837 until September 1839), then a five-story hotel known as the Capitol Hotel (and an augmentation of that) before being razed again and
rebuilt as The Rice Hotel.
The building was home to the Rice Hotel Cafeteria, which was first air-conditioned public room in Houston
all the way back in 1922, and Post Rice Lofts is also known for being the site of one of President John F. Kennedy's final speeches --
the day before his death in 1963.
The Rice hotel was closed in 1977 and remained so until Houston developer Randall Davis
began to develop a vision for the Rice Lofts twenty years later...
A stained glass skylight in the two-story lobby beams light down onto the
polished floors, lavish rugs, towering columns and upscale furniture scattered around the elegant entryway of Post Rice Lofts, shaded by
indoor palm trees sprouting up from huge ceramic pots.
surrounding that offers a birds eye view and the stairs leading up to it take you to the meeting rooms,
outdoor balcony and also to the elegant Crystal Ballroom. The $27.5 million that went into revitalizing
this historic landmark (on the National Register of
Historic Places since 1978) into Post Rice Lofts has been very well spent.
In the units upstairs at Post Rice Lofts, 100 year-old maple hardwoods are balanced out by the exposed
steel beams nested in the 10 to 18-foot ceilings above. Lights shine down on the aged, historic brick walls and the
bathrooms in the one, two and three-bedroom units at Post Rice Lofts feature Italian marble bathtubs with ball and claw feet.
Some units at Post Rice even include W/D connections, and the building also offers furnished corporate apartments.
Post Rice Lofts is located at 909 Texas Avenue and Main Street in downtown Houston. Click here for a map of Post Rice Lofts.
Paige@HoustonProperties.com or call 713/384-5177 for more
information on Post Rice Lofts.