Apartments Blog

  • Apartments: Looking for deals in October?

    Where you live in a one, two or three bedroom apartment your probably to busy for some shopping, we have researched and found the best deals in October. October is a great time to replace those ratty gym shoes, book your holiday travel, refresh your cookware in advance of all those holiday parties you’ll be […]

  • Attention Residents

    New office hours: M-F 8:30 to 5:00   Final NOTICE to the following homes to remove any personal affects you wish to salvage. We must access the apartment by 10:00 am on Wednesday to remove any remaining items. This are now considered contaminated and must be properly disposed of for health reasons. The following apartments […]

  • 7Seventy Apartments in Houston’s Energy Corridor

    Debbie Sulzer knew she had to do something — anything — to save her flooded Houston apartment building in the aftermath of Harvey. Debbie Sulzer on top of the AquaDam at 7 Seventy luxury apartments in the Energy Corridor. The Texas regional vice president of California-based Francis Property Management was overseeing leasing and operations of […]

  • Resident Update September 8th

    Dear Residents: As we continue to work to regain full power we have great news that the Aqua Dam has worked very well and has allowed us to enter the balance of the building. We are working diligently to dry out electric panels for Center Point to power up the balance of the building. We […]

  • 7 Seventy Residents Update

        We are in the process of applying an Aqua Dam at the property.  So far this has been a tremendously successful project. Water is being pumped out of the building allowing access to the garage and to first floor homes towards Eldridge. This is the first time such a measure has ever been […]

  • Property Update: 7 Seventy

    Property Update: 7 Seventy As we continue recovering from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, we wanted to provide you with an update on our recent activity and assessment. As you are aware, our property experienced extensive flooding. The property management office, fitness center, common areas, etc., continue to be underwater, as are approximately […]

  • URGENT Request

    The vehicles in the pictures below are preventing construction from getting necessary equipment in and out which in turn is preventing residents from attempting to get their vehicles out of the garage.  If we cannot get the cars moved than we cannot make way for resident to make their own efforts to retrieve their vehicles […]

  • Resources 3

    HOUSTON (KTRK) — The City of Houston and several federal agencies have provided contacts and resources to assist residents in the recovery from Hurricane Harvey. The following information is provided by the City of Houston Emergency Information Center: For emergencies call 911. For non-emergencies call HPD at 713-884-3131. LOCATE LOVED ONES To find family or […]