By any standard, Bishop Green is, indeed, green. The six apartments at 425 Neches St. are themselves the product of recycling, having been built in 1925 with the lumber, and atop the foundations, of two dismantled Victorian homes. At one point, half our tenants were landscape architects, attracted to the native landscaping, communal gardening area, and at least two “outdoor rooms” with each apartment. Inside and out, Good Space stuck to the warm palette of Arts & Crafts architecture, and our commitment to conservation has earned prizes from the American Society of Landscape Architects and the National Wildlife Federation. But amid this earthiness, you’ll still find all the mod-cons.
Good Space is unable to accommodate smokers or pets at this property.