Property / Location

Brays Oaks Towers are located at 10101 & 10103 Fondren. Each of the

buildings are unique of its own interior design. The buildings consist of 5

floors each and 200,000 sq. ft combined. The purchase of these buildings in 2006 followed by a multimillion dollar renovation and features two new chillers, new lobbies, updated common areas, updated building systems and a new roofing system. 10103 Fondren has been updated again in 2009 following some damage from Hurricane Ike. The building has been approved by The City of Houston for life safety and fire protection systems including a new Certificate of

Occupancy as of August 2007 ........

Management / Leasing / Ownership

The buildings are managed by Rockwell Management which is a Houston based management company with highly qualified managers operating under the supervision of it's President Etan Mirwis. Rockwell's management philosophy combines attention to detail with prompt and courteous tenant service. Brays Oaks Towers has onsite leasing and management.

Management Team / Courtesy Patrol

Full time on site management and patrol.Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pmExcluding Holidays

Other Amenities

Two full time Building Engineers & two full time Porters

Janitorial service (5) five days per week

Annual window cleaning

Ample Parking

After hours card Key Access

Frank Houston Public Library on the first floor of 10103 Fondren

On site Deli

HPL Express Concept

The HPL Express concept transforms the traditional library into a multi-purpose facility providing service to its neighborhood community with books,

computers, multimedia resources, Internet access, information literacy training materials, and interactive distance learning classes.

Designed to be located in only 2,000, 5,000 or 7,500 square feet of space, an HPL Express will consist of three major areas: a Reading Center, a Computer Center with distinct facilities for Children, Teens and Adults, and a Learning Center/Classroom.

The Reading Center will have a collection consisting of popular books, audio materials, dvds, magazines, newspapers, and a children's collection.

In the Computer Center, the traditional reference collection will be replaced with a robust selection of commercial electronic databases that are rarely within the means of the average citizen. These computers will be used to provide reference information, electronic recreation, and to train customers on how to use computers, develop Web pages, and access information


The Learning Center/Classroom will be used for Houston Public Library provided computer training as well as classes and programs sponsored by other groups and organizations.

The public area may also include an Internet Café, Copy Center, Study Rooms, and Restrooms. Located within the staff area will be the Manager's Office, Staff Workroom, Breakroom, Staff Restroom, Janitor's Closet, and Information Technology Workroom.

This award-winning HPL Express concept was developed by mArchitects, and puts service emphasis on electronic usage and popular materials.

“Service is the Key to Our Success”

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