4410 Oxford St., Houston, TX 77022
Oxford Square consists of five buildings constructed in 1970. The exterior of the buildings is constructed of all brick, only the eaves are made of wood. The roof is constructed with pitched composition shingles. The project has received some rehab but appears to need additional work. The asset is located in the Independence Heights area of the City of Houston and is approximately 8 miles north of the Houston Central Business District. Residents enjoy its' convenient location near Interstate Highway 45, Loop 610, the Hardy Tollroad and the Highway 290 corridor.
Independence Heights is a Super Neighborhood on the brink of redevelopment. The community has come together and developed plans that will guide the neighborhood revitalization. In 2008, the community was damaged by Hurricane Ike. As a result, federal funding is slated to help redevelop this historic community. New homes and schools are being built. In April, 2016, construction on a $51.7 million new campus broke ground for Booker T. Washington High School. The neighborhood also boasts about the new, "zero energy" home located exclusively in Independence Heights. These homes are designed to cost less to own, operate and maintain and ultimately generate energy rather than expend it. Home prices will range from $150,000 to $225,000. The models range in size from 1,100 square feet to 2,800 square feet.
Hashir Saleem is a licensed Texas Real Estate Broker involved in real estate marketing services for institutional and individual investors. Hashir holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Houston and an MBA from Rice University's Jones Graduate School of Business.