Completed in 1983, Williams Tower is located adjacent to the famous Galleria mixed-use center, which was also developed by Hines. This dramatic 64-story, 1.4 million-square-foot office tower is a product of the award-winning architectural team of Philip Johnson and John Burgee. The tower was designed to provide the major tenant with all the advantages of a private facility while maximizing land value by including additional multi-tenant speculative space. In order to meet the tenant's requirements, the building functions as two buildings stacked one on top of another, each with its separate elevators, lobbies and garages. Additional special features include a soaring 88-foot-high granite arched entry, an adjacent three-acre park with a 64-foot water wall, a helipad and a revolving beacon of light atop its peaked roof. In 2008, Hines REIT assumed ownership of the property. In 2013, the building was sold to Invesco.
2800 Post Oak Boulevard
Locted at the corner of Post Oak Boulevard and West Alabama Street across from The Galleria
Philip Johnson/John Burgee
Net Rentable Area
1,479,764 sq. ft.
(137,470 sq. m.)
Rowan Companies, Inc.
Ecopetrol America Inc.
AISC Awards 1985
BOMA Award 2004
BOMA Award 1986
Houston Corporate Recycling Council 1999
Houston Corporate Recycling Council 1997
National Air Filtration Association 1998
Texas Recycling Partnership Awards 1999
U.S. Department of Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency 2005
ULI Award 2010
ENERGY STAR 2000-2002, 2007-2012
LEED Gold 2009