The brand new River Oaks District will be unveiled very soon! Oliver McMillan is developing the most affluent shopping and dining experience in the history of this city and its called the River Oaks District. River Oaks District (ROD) is comprised of over 65 luxury/best in class retail shopping along with 8-10 restaurants, Ipic Theaters and an Equinox Gym as well as 279 modern luxury apartments on 14 acres of land, creating a true walkable space for Houstonians and visitors. Here are some of the wonderful things that Houston has to look forward to in the brand new River Oaks District!
Parking for Retail – shoppers can self park for free or valet for around $8 – $10 per vehicle. Valet will pick you up anywhere. There will be an app for the valet. They will pick you up at any station. Shoppers who use valet can download a smartphone application to get their car from anywhere inside the River Oaks District complex. A patron could dine at a gourmet restaurant along Westheimer, then walk through the shops and hail their car from the other end of the complex when they’re finished.
There will be umbrella stations so you never get wet. It will be top of the line. The parking garage levels will be flat no matter what level you are on. It will have a 2 lane helix like the airport. Elevators and escalators. The parking garage features a spiral ramp instead of the typical sloped ramps to make it easier for female shoppers wearing heels to walk to their car. It also will feature overhead lights that indicate free parking spots to drivers.
River Oaks District — located at 4444 Westheimer Road — will offer a mix of valet and free self-parking. There will be a 1,200-spot parking garage as well as four valet parking stations spread throughout the 14-acre development.
Retailers include –
A-K-R-I-S Anne Fontaine Bonobos Brunello Cucinelli Canali 1934 Cartier Chopard Patek Philippe at deBOULLE Dior diptyque paris Dolce & Gabbana ETRO Milano Guiseppe Zanotti Design Hermes Paris Intermix John Lobb Bootmaker Kiton L’Occitane Moncler Roberto Cavalli Tom Ford
Office spaces, U.S. Capital has already signed as the first tenant and they took half the building. Maybe two others will take the space along with Oliver McMillan.
River Oaks District will be creating a road for the city of Houston that will be a public road. Westcreek will go straight to the feeder. Traffic will be directed north, away from Westheimer and toward Bettis Road, where drivers can access San Felipe Street and the west 610 Loop. Below are some renderings.
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Margie Kaplan, the broker of MK Luxury Homes & Condos was invited to meet with Tommy Ku, the assistant project manager of River Oaks District. Thank you for all of the wonderful information.