Italian-crafted luxury midrise Giorgetti officially opens in Upper Kirby

Residences at the Giorgetti include outdoor spaces ranging from 500 to 2,000 square feet. (Courtesy Divya Pande/Giorgetti Houston)
Residences at the Giorgetti include outdoor spaces ranging from 500 to 2,000 square feet. (Courtesy Divya Pande/Giorgetti Houston)

Residences at the Giorgetti include outdoor spaces ranging from 500 to 2,000 square feet. (Courtesy Divya Pande/Giorgetti Houston)

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Residences at the Giorgetti range from 2,700 to 6,800 square feet. (Courtesy Divya Pande/Giorgetti Houston)
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Residences at the Giorgetti range from 2,700 to 6,800 square feet. (Courtesy Divya Pande/Giorgetti Houston)
Giorgetti, the Italian luxury furniture designer, has officially opened its eponymous midrise in Upper Kirby, according to an Oct. 5 news release.

The seven-story, 40,000 square-foot midrise offers 32 condominium residences featuring custom interiors with Giorgetti designs alongside other Italian-made features. The project represents an effort by Douglas Elliman Texas, Mirador Design Group and Stolz Partners, a Georgia-based real estate firm, to bring the Italian brand into the real estate business. Giorgetti broke ground at 2710 Steel St., Houston, in May 2018.


“Everything from the building’s location to its fixtures and finishes within have been inspired by the brand, enabling us to create a unique, refined setting. Each residence is like an original work of art," said Jacob Sudhoff, CEO of Douglas Elliman Texas, in the release.

The property is 50% sold, according to its listing website, with residences ranging from 2,700 to 6,800 square feet and outdoor living areas ranging from 500 to 2,000 square feet. Residences start at $1.9 million.

“To have a company like Giorgetti so intimately involved in a residential building is groundbreaking for the industry, a coup for Houston and a special opportunity for a homeowner that appreciates quality and design,” Stolz Partners' Will Stolz said in the release.
By Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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