Four-Leaf Towers’ unusually large park-like setting provides the acreage to offer residents the highest-quality amenities in an array unmatched in the Houston area.
The site map depicts the towers and their amenities from an aerial perspective.
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Four-Leaf Towers’ aesthetic is notably complimented by its expansive lawns, creating a refreshing counterpoint to the energetic city that surrounds it. The lawns are lined with manicured shrubs and laced with illuminated walkways throughout. In the towers’ central plaza sits Polygenesis (Houston Sentinels), the obelisk-reminiscent sculpture created by esteemed American artist Beverly Pepper. The two-pronged, ductile iron sculpture was dedicated June 24, 1982 to celebrate the completion of the Four-Leaf Towers that year.
In the northwest corner of the park is a sunken recreational plaza that connects to each tower by a series of walkways. Here, behind rows of magnolias and cascading vines, are four lighted tennis courts, a large swimming pool surrounded by a resort-style terrace, a whirlpool, canvas-covered cabanas, and an outdoor cocktail bar.
The recreational plaza and its facilities complement the health clubs located on the first floor of each tower. The health clubs are newly renovated and fully equipped, and each features separate saunas, whirlpools, and exercise and massage rooms for men and women.
Each tower has a large and elegantly appointed party room which includes a full-service kitchen and bar and overlooks the recreational plaza. The party rooms are available to all residents and may be reserved for private functions.
The towers are located on a landscaped plaza that is elevated above street level; below the plaza is a garage that can accommodate up to 680 vehicles. The garage has a single entry-exit next to a security station that is staffed by a security guard at all times, 24 hours a day. The entrance to the garage is also under constant closed-circuit surveillance. A shuttle elevator and stairway connect the garage only with the main lobby and open in full view of the concierge.
Safety and Privacy
The design of the Four-Leaf Towers grounds and structures prioritizes both safety and privacy. All common areas are covered by a fire-sprinkler system. Smoke detectors throughout the buildings and a smoke exhaust system enhance the residents’ safety. In addition, Four-Leaf Towers receives its electricity supply directly from a substation by means of underground lines, an unusual feature in a city where most residences receive electricity via above-ground lines. For those infrequent occasions when supply is interrupted, Four-Leaf Towers has an emergency-power generation capability that supports critical common-area building systems. Finally, engineering and maintenance staff are on-site 24 hours a day.
In both towers, there are only eight units on each of floors 3 through 15, and only four units on each of floors 16 through 39. Access to the residences via the plaza level is limited to the front lobby, which is staffed by a concierge at all times, and the rear service entrance, which is controlled by a security guard, also 24 hours per day. Visitors to the towers must check in with either the concierge or the security guard who will contact the resident to confirm that the visitor is expected. Additionally, keys to the residences cannot be duplicated.