The Texaco building, located at 111 Rusk Street in downtown Houston was built in 1915. It was left vacant in 1989 when the company moved to a new building. As a place of historic importance for residents of the downtown area, the Texaco building also holds a place on the national historic registry. Under the guidance and ownership of Provident Realty Advisors, the Texaco building will shortly have over 300 newly converted apartments on the interior, and a refreshed terra cotta facade on the outside supplied by Boston Valley.
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