The Phillips-Bremond-Houston house was one of the earliest of the historic Bremond Block homes constructed.

Originally built in 1855, the Phillips-Bremond-Houston house was one of the earliest of the historic Bremond Block homes constructed, featuring a full-width porch in the Greek Revival style. Located in downtown Austin at 7th and Guadalupe, it’s within walking distance to countless eateries and entertainment venues, as well as the State Capitol and Lady Bird Lake.

The sublease space available immediately is located on the ground floor and features a separate entrance exclusive to the space, natural light, an enclosed conference room and open work area. The bathroom and kitchen are shared with current 1st floor tenant.

The 2nd floor will be available on May 1, 2020, and entails two executive offices, two open work areas, storage closets, a bathroom, small kitchen, and a large outdoor roof deck patio. There is also an entrance on the side of the building with more direct access to the 2nd floor.

Updated finishes throughout. Both terms end August 31, 2023. Some furniture may be negotiable.