Court overturns Ashby Highrise neighbor's $1.2M damages ruling

  • Residents of surrounding neighborhoods have continued to petition the city against the development, citing lower property values since it was built and seeking damages for lost equity dollars.
  • Texas' Fourteenth Court of Appeals overturned the 2014 decision granting residents $1.2 million in damages.

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Buckhead Investment Partners of Houston, the developer of the controversial Ashby Tower high-rise in Houston, will not have to pay $1.2 million in damages to neighboring residents.

Ashby Tower has been making waves in the Houston community since 2007. Residents of surrounding neighborhoods such as Boulevard Oaks have continued to petition the city against the development, citing lower property values since it was built and seeking damages for lost equity dollars.