Oxberry Brothers Announce Museum District Condo
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Oxberry Group, led by brothers Sean and PJ Jamea, is starting pre-sales of The Mondrian, an eight-story, 20-unit condo project in the Museum District. It sits next to the Asia Society, and Oxberry aims to follow the neighborhood trend of landmark architecture. The Mondrian features a unique exterior of interlocking boxes, designed by Perkins+Will. The interiors, which average 3k SF, were designed by Mayfield and Ragni Studio. The Museum District/Montrose area has been one of Houston's most active multifamily markets, both on the rental and condo side.
PJ and Sean also develop retail, office, industrial and mixed-use, and are opening a restaurant and lounge called Tarakaan on Sept. 9. It’s built in a refurbished 1920s building that earned national acclaim in the ‘80s when famed Chicago architect Stanley Tigerman transformed it with a red grid skeleton for Knoll Furniture. Tarakaan is inspired by Buddha-Bar in Paris and TAO in Las Vegas.