Capitol Tower

Located at 800 Capitol Street, Capitol Tower is situated on a prime block in the Central Business District, near landmark cultural neighbors that include the Theater District, the historic Market Square, and Buffalo Bayou Park. The tower offers 754,000 square feet of office space and over 35,000 square feet of engaging public space at Understory, an inviting, open-air community hub that includes a full-service restaurant and a 9,000-square-foot culinary market with seven diverse chef-driven concepts and a cocktail bar. The tower is one of the most sustainable office tower in Texas, using 25 percent less energy than typical baseline facilities.

  • General Contractor: Skanska
  • Architect: Gensler

Chanel

The Chanel is a French owned high fashion house that specializes in haute couture and ready-to-wear clothes, luxury goods, and fashion accessories. Their stores possess a distinctive, contemporary design and decor that create a high-energy ambiance that align with their product design. American Stone continues their 15 year relationship with Chanel where it has installed stone and tile in in a significant number of their national stores including Houston, Charlotte, Las Vegas, Chicago, and Beverly Hills.

  • General Contractor: Dickinson Cameron
  • Architect: TPG Architecture

1300 Post Oak Blvd

Four Oaks Place is comprised of four office buildings — 1300 Post Oak Boulevard is a 25-story tower now called Wells Fargo Tower. It is a distinguished complex located at the North side of Uptown District just minutes from the Galleria and downtown. Its unique design of the building provides each floor with 8 corner offices and panoramic views. Total absence of interior columns allows maximum flexibility in space planning. American Stone was responsible for several of building main features including granite lobby walls and floors; 12 high-speed passenger elevators and two separate sets of elegantly appointed restrooms with blue ceramic tile, imported marble lavatory tops and pewter-finish fixtures per floor.

  • General Contractor: Textron
  • Architect: Zeigler Cooper

Hotel Alessandra

Hotel Alessandra, a 20-floor, 223-key hotel in downtown Houston adorned with Art Deco-inspired decor with modern twists. The hotel owned and operated by the Valencia group was constructed as part of a rash of hotel activity downtown. About 15 years ago, there were 1,800 hotel rooms in 8 properties downtown and today there are 18 hotels and 6 more under construction for a total of nearly 8,000 rooms.

  • General Contractor: Hoar Construction
  • Architects: Rottet Studio

Southmore

Designed by Munoz + Albin, The Southmore is a 24-story for-rent multifamily development consisting of 300,000 square feet, 233 luxury urban-style residences and six levels of parking. Amenities include a private tasting room with fully equipped catering kitchen, sports lounge with 60-inch flat screen television, shuffleboard and poker table, an 11,000-square-foot pool deck with grilling stations and panoramic views of the Houston skyline.

  • General Contractor: Urban Oaks Builder
  • Architects: Munoz Albin
  • Project Size: $500k

1500 Post Oak BHP

BHP embarked on a campus consolidation as a catalyst to align with global corporate standards and to create a more collaborative, open- neighborhood plan that increases team communications and offers more choice in the work environment. 1500 Post Oak Boulevard is an anchor for the redevelopment of the resurgent Uptown Central Business District.  American Stone was one of the locally employed craftsmen and artisans of Houston used to create and construct 1500 Post Oak.

  • General Contractor: DE Harvey Builders
  • Architect: Pickard Chilton and Gensler

Hilcorp Energy

Hilcorp Energy Tower is a 23-story skyscraper in Houston which replaced the former Macy’s retail box which was a staple of Houston’s downtown main street. The buildings architectural designs and interior finishing is unique and memorable addition to Houston’s skyline.

  • General Contractor: DE Harvey Builders
  • Architect: Kendall Heaton, Zeigler Cooper

Energy Center

In 2005, the demand in the Energy Corridor submarket, located in West Houston, was rapidly accelerating due to low vacancy rates. Trammell Crow Company (TCC) partnered with Principal Real Estate Investors to acquire a prime development site with anticipation of being the first new building constructed in the submarket since 1999. TCC worked with a team of architects, contractors, engineers, and consultants to prepare for construction, as quickly as possible in the face of an improving office market. American Stone was one of the contractors on the project who brought this vision to reality.

  • General Contractor: Balfour Beatty
  • Architect: Kirksey

Amegy Bank

In 2016 Amegy Bank built a new 350,000-square-foot corporate headquarters on four acres of land in the Galleria area, moving from its existing location on Post Oak Boulevard. Amegy Bank’s corporate offices and Galleria banking center occupies the majority of the new building, with 100,000 square feet leased to some of Amegy’s top clients. The project was developed and managed Houston-based Hines and Kendall Heaton and architecture firm Gensler did design the building and interior. The stone and tile portion of the project valued at $2.5M was completed successfully by American Stone.

  • General Contractor: DE Harvey Builders
  • Architects: Pickard Chilton and Gensler

Private Home

The homeowner chose an architect who shared their vision, Allen Bianchi. His concept of building pure architectural space, a tranquil and inspiring environment and a simple serene solution have been achieved. The final outcome of this project can be described as light and open with simplicity flowing between interior and exterior spaces. Proportion gives this home human scale, presence and the timelessness of nature.

The site is over 3.5 acres and is home to countless oak and pine trees of which you can enjoy from every view in the home. The homeowners call the home their “tree house.”

Anadarko

Anadarko Tower now named Allison tower, is a 32-story, 439 feet skyscraper located in The Woodlands, Texas. The tower was designed by the architect firm Gensler, and was developed by Patrinely Group. Allison tower was followed by construction of Hackett tower two years later.

  • General Contractor: DE Harvey Builders
  • Architects: Gensler

Grand Luxe

Grand Lux is upmarket chain offering a wide-ranging American menu in opulent surroundings. lending the grandeur and luxury of European cafes with the sensibilities and spirit of an all-American restaurant, the upscale-casual eatery offers guests a unique dining experience from cuisine to décor.

Cheesecake Factory

The Cheesecake Factory’s full-service restaurants pride themselves on offering 40 varieties of cheesecake, hence their namesake. Their restaurants possess a distinctive, contemporary design and decor that create a high-energy ambiance in a casual setting. Their full-service Cheesecake Factory restaurants currently range in size from 5,400 to 21,000 interior square feet. American Stone continues their 15 year relationship with The Cheesecake Factory where it has installed stone and tile in close to half of the 146 restaurants nationwide, with total project revenues in excess of $30 million.