Four Leaf Towers

Four Leaf Towers is a high-rise residential complex located on San Felipe Street located adjacent to the Uptown Houston district and located in Houston, Texas, United States.

Designed by architect Cesar Pelli, the two 40-story condominium towers are situated in park-like setting. The outdoor sculpture, "Polygenesis" by Beverly Pepper is located at the front of the complex. Constructed in 1982, the towers in the complex each contain 200 condominium units.

History

At 4:15 AM on October 13, 2001, a fire occurred in a fifth floor unit in the west tower.Houston Fire Department firefighter Jay Jhanke died while fighting the fire. Over 175 firefighters extinguished the fire.

Zoned schools

The Four Leaf Towers are within the Houston Independent School District.

Residents are zoned to Briargrove Elementary School, Grady Middle School, and Lee High School (with Lamar and Westside high schools as options).

Building Activity

  • OpenBuildings
    OpenBuildings updated a digital reference
    about 6 years ago via Annotator
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    OpenBuildings updated a digital reference and added a digital reference
    about 6 years ago via OpenBuildings.com