Houston City Council Designates Seven Properties As Historic Landmarks

The historic properties range from a high-rise building downtown, an elaborate River Oaks mansion, to a one-story residence in the Montrose neighborhood.


The Houston City Council designated seven properties as historic landmarks Wednesday.

The properties are the Gulf Oil Filing Station, the Melrose Building, the Stowers Building, the Judge and Mrs. J.A. Platt House and the Judge Joseph R. Greenhill III and Violet Stanuell Greenhill House, the Houston Heights Water Works and the Mr. and Mrs. S.I. Morris House.

Check out the slideshow above, and click on the ‘i’ in the photos, to view more information about each location.

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