Posted by: Mann Eye in News and Events
Mann Eye Institute’s flagship office on Main Street in Houston has relocated to the brand new Museo, Institute for the Medical Arts on March 21st, a premier medical office complex situated in the Museum District at 5115 Fannin Street. Located adjacent to the Texas Medical Center campus, which is the largest medical center in the world, Mann Eye’s new location will be just across the street from the current Main Street office.
Excited About the Move
We are so excited about this move! Our beloved Main Street office holds many great memories, and we’ve changed thousands of lives there with the opportunity to See Life Better through advanced LASIK, modern cataract surgery and more. But after the unprecedented winter storm earlier this year, we sustained some significant damage, making us even more ready for our upcoming move.
Rendering of northwest view of Museo
Mann Eye Takes the Top Floor
The Museo Medical Office Building will be a ten-story medical complex. And fun fact: it will feature a beautiful award-winning sculpture by F.H.L.I. Kiriakidis Marbles-Granites, recipient of a 2020 Pinnacle Award in the Architectural Carving/Lettering/Sculpture category for their work on the Nike of Samothrace project. Learn more about the statue and the designers here.
Mann Eye Institute will be the anchor tenant, and our brand new state-of-the-art facilities will take the entire top floor. The future of Mann Eye Institute is bright! We’ve been Texas’ trusted eye care provider since 1977.
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We look forward to serving even more generations of Texans at our new flagship location. Stay tuned for updates!