Neighborhood & Amenities
San Felipe Plaza is home to Chase Bank’s Tanglewood location. The full-service branch is ideally situated off the lobby and offers drive-up banking, JPMC Private Client services, Chase Home Lending programs and safe deposit boxes.
Hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am until 5 pm.
We Proudly Serve Starbucks Kiosk
From morning coffee to an afternoon treat, San Felipe Plaza’s We Proudly Serve Starbucks kiosk pairs the convenience of a lobby location and a flavorful all day menu that includes breakfast pastries and tacos, muffins, lunch sandwiches, grab-n-go salads plus snacks. Don’t miss fresh baked cookies every Tuesday through Thursday from 2 pm until close.
Hours are Monday through Thursday from 7 am until 4 pm and Friday from 7 am until 3 pm.
The Fresh Fork
Catering is a snap with The Fresh Fork. Whether you’re planning a simple breakfast or an upscale executive luncheon, options about with bundled and build-your-own morning options; cold, hot grab-and-go and chef-inspired lunches; plus platters, snacks and desserts. The Fresh Fork streamlines its service with online ordering.
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Located in the lower lobby of San Felipe Plaza, The Eatery fast casual café provides a contemporary backdrop for breakfast and lunch. Chef Armando Romero-Gutierrez, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Mexico and alumni of Houston’s acclaimed Le Mistral restaurant, brings his French-Latin flair to a menu of delectable daily specials. Diners can choose from cooked to order offerings, delicious deli sandwiches, soups and a salad bar.
Breakfast is served Monday through Friday from 7 am until 9:30 am, and lunch is available Monday through Thursday from 11 am until 2 pm and Friday from 11 am until 1:30 pm.
Esquire Fine Cleaners
Founded in 1937, Esquire Fine Cleaners’ mission to provide customers superb quality, exceptional value and outstanding customer service. In addition to laundering and dry cleaning, services include sewing and alterations. Located on the first floor of the parking garage just off the garage elevator lobby.
San Felipe Plaza store hours are Monday through Friday from 7 am until 5:30 pm.
Accessible solely to San Felipe Plaza tenants on a complimentary basis, the fitness center is located in the building’s lower lobby. Amenities include new Matrix and Peloton cardio equipment with personal entertainment stations, free weights plus circuit weight equipment and a stretching area. Patrons enjoy locker rooms with showers, towel service and daily use lockers with built-in combinations.
Hours are Monday through Sunday from 5 am until 10 pm.
Collaborative Spaces and Conference Center
San Felipe Plaza’s Collaborative Spaces and Conference Center offer tenants access to a modern suite of meeting and function venues that serve as an extension to offices and support an array of needs. Located on the second floor, amenity hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am until 5 pm. Reservations can be made by calling the Property Management Office at 713.457.2350 or emailing Callie Abney.
Offering soft seating for six, The Lounge is priced at $25 for a half day (up to four hours) or $45 for a full day.
Our workspace, The Texas Room, accommodates six people conference style and is available in a shared capacity for $25 per person by the day or $60 per day for the entire room.
The Huddle Room seats eight and is available for $40 for a half day or $60 for full.
The Executive Board Room seats 12 around a table. Pricing is $50 for a half day or $75 for full. Spanning 1,900 square feet, the Conference Room is divisible in two. Combined, the fee is $150 for a half day and $200 for full, and capacity is 120 with chairs only, 70 classroom style, 42 in a square and 35 for a U setup. East or West side pricing is $75 for a half day and $150 for full, and the capacity is 60 with chairs only, 30 for classroom, 24 in a square and 20 in a U.
Notable restaurants appeal to the many families and empty nesters that make the communities home with casual options like Dish Society, Local Foods, Adair Kitchen, The Del, Mezza Grille and Barnaby’s Café. Upscale choices, especially steakhouses, also abound and include Pappas Bros., The Palm Killen’s STQ, Latin Bites, Chama Gaúcha, Truluck’s, Ruth’s Chris and Arturo Boada Cuisine.
On the retail side, countless shopping centers, many with boutique retail outposts, line Westheimer as well as stretches of San Felipe and Woodway, where the prestigious Decorative Center of Houston is located. But for the ultimate shopping experience, residents and visitors enjoy immediate access to The Galleria, which covers 2.4 million square feet and contains a bevy of high-end specialty and department stores along with even more dining options, ranging from Yauatcha and Fig & Olive to Nobu and Shake Shack.
Ease of connectivity also makes short trips of commutes to downtown and the Energy Corridor for business, plus lifestyle attractions including the River Oaks District, Highland Village, Memorial Park and Memorial City. Additionally, two of Houston’s top private clubs, The Houstonian and Houston Country Club, are located within the community.
The area’s idyllic backdrop of thousands of trees and winding streets allow for a somewhat secluded feel despite its geographic orientation within the heart of the city. For years, it has appealed to management-level executives seeking a tranquil setting in which to live. Former President George H.W. and wife Barbara Bush were longtime Tanglewood residents.
Part of the Houston Independent School District, Tanglewood and Briargrove are zoned to Briargrove Elementary School, Tanglewood Middle School and Margaret Long Wisdom High School. Nearby, high ranking private schools include The Fay School, Strake Jesuit, St. Agnes, Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart and The Kinkaid School.
While the area is primarily occupied by families, young people looking to live within the city limits but away from the extreme hustle and bustle of neighborhoods such as Midtown, Downtown and The Heights have a host of garden and high-rise apartments at their fingertips.
Overall, Tanglewood and Briargrove’s main draw are a sense of tranquility – minutes away from Houston’s urban jungle but just far enough away to offer an ideal sense of balance and comfort.