William Rice

  • Historic Rice Apartments in Houston to be Renovated by New Owner

    Greystar has unveiled plans to renovate the Rice Apartments in Houston. The Rice, formerly the Rice Hotel, has 308 units and was originally built in 1913 on the site of the capitol of the Republic of Texas, and a couple of previous, smaller hotels in the 19th century, which for a time were owned by William Rice, founder of Rice University.

    South 15 October 2014 15:28

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