Houston's Downtown district has witnessed a renaissance of many turn-of-the-century commercial buildings, as they are transformed into quality residential lofts and apartments. In Downtown there have recently been at least 10 loft projects converted from existing buildings. In addition to these conversions are several brand new condominium and residential buildings. As many of the conversions are from the early days of Downtown Houston, they are of course located in the Historic District of Houston. Projects such as the Bayou Lofts, Franklin Lofts, Herman Lofts, Hogg Palace, and the Post Rice Lofts are all located within close proximity to the Houston Market Square area. Another major sector of Downtown lofts is found between Texas Avenue to the north and Polk street to the south. This area of Downtown Houston is also known as the Shopping District due to its vicinity to Main Street. Many of Downtown's retail establishments are close to the rail and are within walking distance, similar to urban life in other major US cities such as New York or Chicago. Buildings in this sector include the Capitol Lofts, Commerce Towers, Humble Tower Apartments, Keystone Lofts, The Kirby Building, and the St. Germain. There are are also quite a few buildings just outside of Downtown. The Camden City Centre project is a few blocks from Downtown Houston, within walking distance of many Downtown attractions. The Lofts at the Ballpark are near Minute Maid Park and offer fantastic views and close proximity to downtown's sporting and entertainment venues. For those seeking high rise living in Houston the Four Seasons Hotel is also home to many residents in downtown area.