Randall Davis has earned the titles of
“Pioneer” and “Visionary” enhancing the Texas Skyline and Coastline with
creative, adaptive reuse of historic buildings, and by constructing new
Neoclassical Hi-rise structures.
Davis introduced his loft concept of, “elegant
living spaces for the affluent” in Houston starting in 1991. Since that time,
Davis has developed the Dakota Lofts, Tribeca Lofts, Strand Lofts, Hogg Palace,
Rice Hotel, and St. Germain. He was the first Developer in twelve years to offer
new Hi-rise condominiums, with the Metropolis, followed by the Gotham, and
Metropolis Las Vegas; all of which SOLD OUT prior to completion of construction.
Other developments include the Renoir, the Manhattan, the Hotel Icon, and the
Empire across from the Houston Galleria breaking ground in the next few weeks.
With an emphasis of bringing luxury Hi-rise
living to the coastline of Texas, construction has begun in Galveston with the
Emerald, which has already pre-sold 85% of its units after only 30 days into
construction. These classic and contemporary developments have emerged from the
insights of one man Randall Davis.
1994 GOOD BRICK AWARD
1994 LEGACY AWARD - DAKOTA LOFTS
1995 ALLEN BROTHERS AWARD
1995 LEGACY AWARD HOGG PALACE
1995 HEART OF THE CITY GALA AWARD
1995 AWARDS FOR "EXCELLENCE IN DEVELOPMENT”
1996 HEART OF THE CITY SWEETHEART AWARD
1996 LEGACY AWARD- RICE HOTEL
1998 MOST NOTABLE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN- METROPOLIS
2000 COMMUNITY AWARD- MUSEUM DISTRICT- GOTHAM
2002 BEST OF TEXAS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AWARD-RENIOR
2005 GOOD BRICK AWARD - HOTEL ICON
2005 LANDMARK AWARD - HOTEL ICON