Upon completion in 2015, 3737 Buffalo Speedway was the largest multi-tenant high-rise office tower to deliver in the Greenway Plaza submarket in over 30 years. The development is being completed in two phases – Phase I is comprised of the 18-story, 383,777 SF office building known at 3737 Buffalo Speedway and Phase II will be a future hotel/residential tower.
Planned around a century-old grove of live oak trees, 3737 Buffalo Speedway's most distinguishing feature is the preservation of the site and 20 mature live oaks.
The building’s ground floor restaurant, John Besh's Eunice, brings the outside inside and the inside outside with 24 foot clear glass on three sides and a large patio that spills out into the grove where patrons can dine under the canopy of live oak trees. Preservation of the oak trees and other sustainable design elements contributed to the project's LEED Silver certification.
The building has an east west orientation, and the south façade has a unitized metal panel system to mitigate solar heat gain while providing floor-to-ceiling glass to maximize daylight and views to the Greenway Plaza area and beyond. Tenants on floors two through five, boutique 14k SF floors, have a full floor presence and feel like their offices are in a tree house as they look out into and over the canopy of our legacy oaks grove.
In April 2016, 3737 Buffalo Speedway won the Houston Business Journal’s Landmark Award for new office building development.