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Trae Aug 27, 2006 2:42 PM

HOUSTON | Development Thread II
 
HOUSTON | Development Thread II :djparty:
List of projects for the Houston area. Updated on July 23rd, 2014

Aerial view of TMC in the foreground & Downtown in the background.
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Source: http://tia.photoshelter.com/image/I00003nrOn6zJTrc

Downtown Development Maps as of June. (only projects that have been discussed in the media are listed):
http://www.downtownhouston.org/site_..._Map_11x17.pdf

*Note* - Some projects not listed because renderings are not yet available.

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION
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Code:

609 MAIN AT TEXAS
Devloper: Hines
Architect: Pickard Chilton
Type: Office
Location: 609 Main at Texas
#of floors: 49

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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MARRIOTT CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL
Developer: RIDA Development
Architect: Morris Architects
Type: Hotel
Location: Block bound by Crawford, Rusk, Walker and Avenida De Las Americas
#of floors: 29

PROPOSAL THREAD

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TEXACO BUILDING RENOVATION
Developer: Provident Realty Advisors
Architect: Hnedak Bobo Group
Type: Residential (Renovation)
Location: 1111 Rusk Street
#of floors: 18
Completion Date: Mid-2015

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SAN FELIPE PLACE
Developer: Hines
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Office
Location: 2229 San Felipe
#of floors: 17
Completion: Summer 2015

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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ENERGY TOWER IV
Developer: Mac Haik Realty
Architect: Morris Architects
Type: Office
Location: 11750 Katy Freeway
# of Floors: 17
Completion: Jan. 2015

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FLAGSHIP HOLIDAY INN
Developer:
Architect:
Type: Hotel (Renovation)
Location: 1616 Main
# of Floors: 17
Completion Date: March 2015

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PHILLIPS 66 HQ
Developer: ?
Architect: HOK
Type: Office
Location: Within I-10 and Beltway 8
# of floors: 16
Completion Date:

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ONE GROVE STREET
Developer: Midway Companies
Architect: Munoz Albin
Type: Office
Location: Levy Park on Richmond Between Eastside & Wakeforest
#of floors: 16
Start Date: 2015

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BRAZOS TOWERS AT BAYOU MANOR
Developer: Brazos Presbyterian Homes
Architect: THW
Type: Residential
Location: 4141 S. Braeswood
#of floors: 14
Completion Date: 2015

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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CENTRAL SQUARE PLAZA RENO
Developer: Midtown Central Square LLC
Architect: EStudio
Type: Office or Residential (Renovation)
Location: 2100 Travis
# of Floors: 14
Completion: ?

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HYATT REGENCY
Developer: Songy Highroads
Architect: Gensler
Type: Hotel
Location: Galleria Plaza
# of floors: 14
Completion: Late 2015

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1885 ST. JAMES PLACE
Developer: Nelson Murphree Legacy Partners
Architect:
Type: Office
Location: 1885 St. James Place
#of floors: 13
Completion Date: Mid-2015

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JENNIE SEALY HOSPITAL -- GALVESTON
Developer: ?
Architect: HDR Architecture
Type: Medical
Location: Texas Ave at University Blvd
# of Floors: 13
Completion: 2016

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HANOVER SOUTHAMPTON
Developer: Hanover
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Residential
Location: A block bound by Dunstan, Kelvin, Morningside and Tangley
# of floors: 12
Completion: 2015

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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SOUTHWESTERN ENERGY HQ
Developer: Patrinely Group
Architect: Gensler
Type: Office
Location: I-45 N and Grand Parkway
# of Floors: 10
Completion: 4Q 2014

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APPROVED/PROPOSED
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7200 MAIN
Developer: ?
Architect: HOK
Type: Mixed-Use
Location: 7200 Main
# of floors: ?  (6 Buildings)
Start Date:

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1600 LOUISIANA
Developer: ?
Architect: HOK
Type: Office
Location: 1600 Louisiana
#of floors: 50
Start Date: 2015

PROPOSAL THREAD

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1616 POST OAK
Developer:
Architect:
Type: Multi-family
#of floors: 50
Location: 1616 Post Oak
Start Date:

RENDERING N/A

800 BELL REDEVELOPMENT
Developer: Shorestein Properties
Artchitect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Office
#of floors: 44
Location: 800 Bell
Start Date: 2Q 2015

PROPOSAL THREAD

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HERMANN PLACE
Developer: TEMA Development
Architect: Corgan
Type: Residential
Location: Hermann Drive. NW of Parklane
#of floors: 42
Start Date: ?

PROPOSAL THREAD

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ONE MARKET SQUARE
Developer: Stream Realty & Essex Commercial Properties
Architect: Gensler
Type: Office
Location: 800 Preston
#of floors: 41
Start Date: 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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MARKET SQUARE TOWER
Developer: BMS
Architect: Jackson Ryan
Type: Residential
Location: Bounded by Preston, Milam Louisiana & Congress
#of floors: 40
Start Date: August 2014

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BLOCK 98
Developer: Trammell Crow
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Residential
Location: Behind Hess Tower
#of floors: 39
Construction Timeline: 1Q 2015 - 1Q 2017

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WEST HOUSTON MASTER PLAN
Developer: Hines
Architect: HKS
Type: Mixed-Use
Location: Between Wynden & Post Oak Timber, East of S. Post Oak
# of floors: 38 & ?? (2 Towers)
Start Date: ?

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TEXACO RESIDENTIAL TOWER
Developer: Provident Realty Advisors
Architect: Hnedak Bobo Group
Type: Residential
Location: Behind old Texaco Building
#of floors: 38
Start Date: ?

PROPOSAL THREAD

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LANDMARK TOWER
Developer: Hanover
Architect: Solomen Cordwell Buenz
Type: Residential
Location: BLVD Place
# of floors: 37
Start Date: ?

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FIVE ALLEN CENTER
Devloper: Brookfield Properties
Architect: Odell
Type: Office
Locaton: 400 West Dallas (Block 902)
#of floors: 37
Start Date: ?

PROPOSAL THREAD

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GABLES POST OAK TOWER
Developer: Gables Residential
Architect: HKS
Type: Mixed-Use
Location: Space next to 2200 S. Post Oak
#of floors: 36
Start Date: Early 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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CAPITOL TOWER
Developer: Skanska
Architect: Gensler
Type: Office
Location: Block bound by Capitol, Travis, Rusk and Milam
#of floors: 35
Start Date: 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD




APACHE HQ
Developer: Hines
Architect: Pickard Chilton
Type: Office
Location: BLVD Place
#of floors: 34
Start Date: ?

PROPOSAL THREAD

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RESIDENCES AT MARKET SQUARE
Developer: Hines
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Residential
Location: 900 Preston
#of floors: 32
Start Date: September 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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6 HOUSTON CENTER
Developer: Crescent Real Estate Holdings
Architect: HKS
Type: Office
#of floors: 30
Location: 800 Caroline Street
Start Date: Summer 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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3400 MONTROSE
Developer: Hanover
Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Type: Residential
Location: 3400 Montrose
#of floors: 30
Start Date: Summer 2014

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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UPTOWN PARK REDEVELOPMENT
Developer: Patrinely Group
Architect: ?
Type: Residential, Hotel, Office (7 Towers)
#of floors: ~30
Location: Uptown Park
Start Date: Late 2014

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MARQUETTE PLACE
Developer: Marquette Land Investments
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Residential
Location: 1400 Texas
#of floors: 29
Start Date: Sept. 2014

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SUPERBLOCK EAST
Developer: The Woodlands
Architect: Elkus Manfredi
Type: Office
#of floors: 27
Location The Woodlands - Superblock East
Start Date: ?

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HOTEL ALESSANDRA
Developer: Midway Companies.
Architect: Gensler
Type: Hotel
Location: Along Dallas St., near Main St.
#of floors: 27
Start Date: June 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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THE SOUTHMORE
Developer: Hines
Architect: Munoz Albin
Type: Residential
Location: Museum District (across from the Asia Society Center)
# of floors: 25
Start Date: July 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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1717 BISSONNET
Developer: Buckhead Investment Partners
Architect: EDI Architecture
Type: Residential
Location: 1717 Bissonnet
# of Floors: 23
Start Date:

PROPOSAL THREAD

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22 WAUGH
Developer: Stream Realty Partners
Architect: Page Southerland Page
Type:Office
Location: 22 Waugh
#of floors: 23
Start Date: 1Q 2014

PROPOSAL THREAD

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THE KIRBY COLLECTION
Developer: Thor Equities
Architect: ?
Type: Residential
Location: Kirby Dr near West Ave.
#of floors: 22 & 13
Start Date: ?

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WESTCREEK CENTRE
Developer: Moody Rambin & Peloton Commercial Real Estate
Architect: BOKA Powell
Type: Office
Location: Westcreek apartments, along I-610
#of floors: 21
Start Date: 2014

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CHELSEA-MONTROSE
Developer: Streetlights Residential
Architect: GDA
Type: Residential
Location: 4 Chelsea Blvd
#of floors: 20
Start Date: Fall 2014

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL #3
Developer: Houston First.
Architect: WHR
Type: Hotel
Location: Next to the GRB Convention Center
#of floors: 14-20
Start Date: ?

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1 WATERWAY SQUARE PLACE -- The Woodlands
Developer: The Woodlands Development Company
Architect: Elkus Manfredi
Type: Residential
Location: 1 Waterway Square Place
# of floors: 20
Start Date: ?

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10 WATERWAY AVENUE -- The Woodlands
Developer: ?
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
Location: 10 Waterway Avenue
# of floors: 20
Start Date: ?

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ENERGY CENTER FIVE
Developer: Tramell Crow
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
Location:
#of floors: 18
Start Date: April 2014

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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4200 WESTHEIMER
Developer: Stonelake Capital Partners
Architect: Gensler
Type: Mixed-Use
Location: 4200 Westheimer
#of floors: ~20, ~15
Start Date:

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PINNACLE WEST
Developer: Transwestern
Architect: ?
Type: Office
Location: Along I-10
#of floors: 17 & 12
Start Date: ?

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METHODIST INPATIENT HOSPITAL
Developer: ?
Architect: KPF
Type: Medical
Location:
#of floors: 17
Start Date: Early 2015

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MEMORIAL POINT
Developer: Hines
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
Location: Along I-10 near N. Post Oak
#of floors: 16
Start Date: September 2014

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STATE NATIONAL BANK RENO
Developer:
Architect:
Type: Office
Location: 412 Main Street
#of floors: 14
Start Date: ?

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Eldrige Oaks II
Developer: Transwestern
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
Location: 1080 Eldridge Parkway at Enclave Parkway
# of floors: 14
Start Date: ?

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Hampton Inn/Homewood Suites
Developer: American Liberty Hospitality
Architect: ?
Location: Crawford Between Rusk and Captiol
Type: Hotel
# of floors: 14
Start Date: Jan. 2014

CONSTRUCTION THREAD

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2 WATERWAY SQUARE PLACE -- The Woodlands
Developer: The Woodlands Development Company
Architect: Elkus Manfredi
Type: Hotel
Location: 2 Waterway Square Place
#of floors: 13
Start Date: 2014

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BUNKER HILL
Developer: MetroNational
Architect: Humphreys & Partners
Type: Mixed-Use
Location: Bunker Hill at Katy FWY
#of floors: 12
Start Date: ?

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M FIFTY NINE
Developer: Midway Companies
Architect: Munoz Albin
Type: Office
Location: Monstrose & I-59
# of floors: 12
Start Date: ?

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Regent Square Office Building
Developer: GID Urban Development
Architect: ?
Type: Office
Location: Dunlavy Street at Allen Parkway
#of floors: 11
Start Date: August 2013

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RICHMOND CUMMINS
Developer: Hansen Partners & The Redstone Companies
Architect: ?
Type: Mixed-Use
Location: Bounded by Richmond, Portsmouth & Cummins Lane
#of floors: 11
Start Date: ?

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2929 WESLAYAN
Developer: PM Realty Group
Architect: RTKL Associates
Type: Residential
Location: 2929 Weslayan
# of Floors: 40

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1500 POST OAK BLVD.
Developer: Transwestern
Architect: Pickard Chilton
Type: Office
Location: 1500 Post Oak Blvd
#of floors: 30

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HANOVER POST OAK
Developer: Hanover
Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Type: Residential
Location: Post Oak at San Felipe Road
#of floors: 29

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ASTORIA
Developer: Randall Davis
Architect: Page Southerland Page
Type: Residential
Location: Post Oak Blvd at Gatterson Lane
# of Floors: 28

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BELFIORE
Developer: Inter-Pier LLC
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Residential
#of floors: 26
Location: S. Post Oak Lane at South Wynden Drive

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SKYHOUSE RIVER OAKS
Developer: Novare Group
Architect: Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart & Associates
Type: Residential
Location: 1625 Main Street
# of Floors: 24

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HILCORP ENERGY HQ
Developer: Hines
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Office
Location: Block 256 (Macy's site)
#of floors: 24

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JW MARRIOT HOTEL
Developer: Pearl Hospitality
Architect: Michael Gaertner
Type: Hotel (Renovation)
Location: 806 Main
# of floors: 23

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MICKEY LELAND FEDERAL BUILDING
Developer: U.S General Services Administration Public Building Service
Architect: Gensler
Type: Office (Renovation)
Location: 1919 Smith Street
# of floors: 22

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ENERGY CENTER THREE, FOUR & FIVE
Developer: Tramell Crow
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
Location: 935 & 933 N Eldrige Parkway
# of Floors: 20 & 22

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THE SOVEREIGN
Developer: GID Development Group
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Residential
Location: 3233 West Dallas St
# of Floors: 21

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NOBLE ENERGY CENTER TWO
Developer: Tramell Crow
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
#of floors: 20
Location: 2055 Tomball Parkway

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9807 & 9811 Katy Freeway
Developer: MetroNational
Architect: Gensler
Type: Office
Location: 9807 & 9811 Katy Freeway
#of floors: 20 & 12

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3737 BUFFALO SPEEDWAY
Developer: PM Realty Group
Architect: Elkus Manfredi
Type: Office
Location: 3737 Buffalo Speedway
#of floors: 18

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GENERAL DEVELOPMENT
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*Note* - Some projects not listed because renderings are not yet available.

Under Construction
Approved
Proposed
On Hold

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EXXONMOBIL CAMPUS - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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BLVD PLACE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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RIVER OAKS DISTRICT - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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HUGHES LANDING ON THE LAKES - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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GREENSTREET - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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BUFFALO BAYOU REVITALIZATION




U OF H FOOTBALL STADIUM - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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TOWN CENTER I - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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ELAN MED CENTER - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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502 S. POST OAK - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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1900 YORKTOWN - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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THE SUZANNE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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21 ELEVEN - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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CHATEAU 10 - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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WILLOWICK PARK - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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BY THE PARK BIRDSALL APARTMENTS - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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ALTA WESTHEIMER - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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PEARL MIDTOWN - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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BROADSTONE MIDTOWN - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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BROADSTONE POST OAK - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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AXIS - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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THE VUE ON MACGREGOR - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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CHAI ONE HQ - UNDER RENOVATION

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ONE LAKE'S EDGE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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PREMIER MEDICAL CENTER - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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EADO PROMENADE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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VARGOS ON THE LAKE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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PARC BINZ ONE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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UHD PARKING GARAGE & GREETING CENTER - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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500 CRAWFORD - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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MAIN & LEELAND - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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EMANCIPATION PARK - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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ALEXAN HEIGHTS - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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KIRBY GROVE APTS - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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MENIL EXPANSION PHASE I - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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STREETLIGHTS AT MIDLANE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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REGENT SQUARE - APPROVED

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GRAND TEXAS - APPROVED

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MENIL DRAWING INSTITUTE - APPROVED

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U of H Athletics Center - Approved

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CITYCENTRE FIVE - APPROVED

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ELAN HEIGHTS - APPROVED

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THE LOFTS OF MID MAIN - APPROVED

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MIDTOWN SUPERBLOCK - APPROVED

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MIDTOWN SUPERBLOCK PARK - APPROVED

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MATCH - APPROVED

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SAINT HONORE - APPROVED

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EADO PLACE - APPROVED

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GALLERIA/SAKS FIFTH EXPANSION  - APPROVED

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GOOD NEIGHBOR HEALTHCARE CENTER - APPROVED

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ALEXAN MIDTOWN - APPROVED

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PEARL MIDTOWN II - APPROVED

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HARRIS COUNTY / COH JOINT PROCESSING CENTER - APPROVED

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HSPVA CAMPUS - APPROVED

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MFAH EXPANSION - APPROVED

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ELAN MEMORIAL PARK - APPROVED

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ENERGY CORE APARTMENTS - APPROVED

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POST PROPERTIES RICHMOND/610- APPROVED

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HOUSTON SPACEPORT - PROPOSED

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ALLEN CENTER REDEVELOPMENT - PROPOSED

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CONVENTION CENTER REDEVELOPMENT - PROPOSED

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DOWNTOWN RETAIL DISTRICT - PROPOSED

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WEST HOUSTON MASTER PLAN - PROPOSED

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MCM 303 -PROPOSED

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ALLEN BIANCHI MIDRISE -PROPOSED

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ADVENTURE POINTE - PROPOSED

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HARDY YARDS -PROPOSED

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SAUDI CONSULATE - PROPOSED

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UNIVERSITY PLACE - PROPOSED

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EARTH QUEST ADVENTURES - ON HOLD

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HOUSTON INTERMODAL TERMINAL - ON HOLD

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Archived content from August 27, 2006 to March 16, 2007


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Article on Rice Village:

Quote:

New project reshapes Rice Village
Residential, retail development raises issues for residents
Houston Business Journal - July 28, 2006
by Jennifer Dawson
Houston Business Journal

A hip and trendy new mixed-used development is getting a mixed reception in a unique shopping and entertainment district dating back to the 1930s.

Rice Village is slated for its first new urban development project in more than 10 years.

Lamesa Properties Ltd., one of the largest property owners in the area, plans to develop midrise condominiums with offices over street-level retail space.

Lamesa estimates the project cost at more than $100 million.

Plans call for demolition of roughly four acres occupied by old buildings with tenants such as Walgreens and Nit Noi restaurant.

Lamesa also wants to seal off a segment of Bolsover Street to create a public market setting where residents, office employees and shoppers can congregate.

The proposed project and street shutdown is a subject of debate among members of civic clubs active in the Rice Village area.

The City of Houston will have the final say on whether the development stretches across part of the thoroughfare.

Lamesa has owned most of the four-acre tract for three decades, and put the complete package together by acquiring other bits and pieces over the past five years.

Real estate broker Jeff Peden with Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc. says the land price would probably be "off the charts" if bought today.

Peden estimates Village land might go for $70 to $80 per square foot, putting the value of four acres at $12.2 million to $14 million.

"That land is so highly sought after," Peden says. "Plenty of developers would love to put in office, retail, residential. The demographics are so good."

The median household income within one mile of the project was $104,006 in 2005, according to Lamesa.

Those deep-pocketed shoppers are loyal to the Village, which originally was established to cater to Rice University students, and now has more than 300 shops and dozens of restaurants in a 16-block area.
It takes a village

Lamesa's development site is just north of Rice Village proper in an area bounded by Morningside, Dunstan, Kelvin and Rice.

Residents in some civic clubs are making an effort to keep Bolsover open to traffic. A petition with at least 75 names will be presented to the Public Works Department opposing a city sale of the street's right-of-way to Lamesa.

Other civic clubs have voted in favor of the deal. On July 10, the Southampton Civic Club board voted to send a letter of conditional approval of the project to the city, as long as Lamesa sticks to the current development plan.

Some residents contend the project's height clashes with the Village character and hope the development fails to get off the ground.

Preliminary plans include buildings taller than existing structures in the pedestrian-friendly shopping mecca.

Prolific condo developer Randall Davis is consulting with Lamesa on the residential section, which will be six or seven stories high with 250 units and underground parking.

Sources say participation of Davis, a high-quality product and proximity to Rice University and the Texas Medical Center mean that Lamesa probably won't have a problem moving the residential units.

Blake Tartt III, a retail broker not involved with the project, says Lamesa also won't have trouble filling the 100,000 square feet of retail in the works.

"There's a tremendous pent-up demand from national retailers and restaurateurs to get into the Village," says Tartt, president of New Regional Planning Inc.

Julie Tysor, an area resident and Lamesa's point person on the new project, wants to attract a boutique grocery store, a few restaurants and high-end soft goods retail tenants that would complement current retailers in the Village.

"The Village is ripe for some redevelopment," says Tysor. "You can look at that site and see that it needs to be something other than what it is."
A moving study

The project will be built in two phases, with first-phase construction slated to begin as soon as early 2007.

Each phase will take 18 months to build and include residential, office and retail components.

Robert Williams, a resident of Southampton Place, is concerned the higher density will make already bad traffic congestion even worse.

Williams says a traffic study used by the city to evaluate the project was arranged and funded by Lamesa.

He says the study was conducted after Lamesa stopped renewing leases on company properties in the area. Lamesa's Tysor says the move-out began two years ago in anticipation of this deal.

Williams is also concerned that the project will have inadequate parking.

"They have an urbanization vision, which is fine," Williams says. "But I don't think appropriate for the Village. It's way out of character."

A successful project will generate more traffic, says retail broker Tartt, but it just comes with the territory.

"Any time you add that amount of density, you're going to add traffic," says Tartt. "It's just part of what's happening in Houston."
Les Appelt's Lamesa

• A brokerage firm launched by Les Appelt in 1949 changed names over the years and operates today as Colliers International.
• In the early 1970s, Appelt formed Lamesa Properties Ltd., an entity of roughly 40 limited partners with a portfolio of assets inside the 610 Loop. Lamesa Corp., the general partner, is owned by the Appelt family.
• Appelt also founded the Appelt Co., the management company for Lamesa Properties. Appelt Co. is now owned by Julie Tysor and Gary Clayton, the firm's chief financial officer.
• Tysor carries the titles of vice president of Appelt Co.; vice president of Lamesa Corp.; vice president of Colliers International, where she does a limited amount of brokerage work; and president of the University Place Association, a "super neighborhood" created by the City of Houston that encompasses several civic associations in the Rice University area.
• Appelt lives in Bastrop and is no longer involved in the day-to-day operations.
Lamesa's Building Blueprint

• 250 residential condominiums for sale, designed by Randall Davis Co.
• 100,000 square feet of retail space
• 50,000 square feet of office space
• Village square-type plaza in center
• Underground parking for residents
• Commercial properties designed by Ziegler Cooper Architects

TexasBoi Aug 27, 2006 11:07 PM

Great Job.:yes:

Trae Aug 28, 2006 2:27 AM

New Tower on Montrose
 
New Office Tower on Montrose Boulevard.

Quote:

Montrose office building planned
Houston Business Journal - March 16, 2006
by Jennifer Dawson
Houston Business Journal

John Hansen Investment Builder will break ground this month on a new six-story, 55,000-square-foot office building in the Montrose area.

The new building will be located at 4203 Montrose Blvd., just north of the intersection of Richmond and Montrose. The structure will be marketed as Campanile East, the fifth addition to a multi-tenant office park called Campanile Campus.

The new facility will be built directly behind and connected to a historical brick house designed by William Ward Watkin. The house, which dates back to 1920, will be the Montrose frontage for the new office building.

The building will have 9,000-square-foot floor plates, similar to the Campanile Clock Tower Building at 4119 Montrose Blvd. The space will be marketed to smaller tenants, such as design firms, architects, attorneys and sole practitioners.

The new office building is being designed by Philip Ewald Architecture Inc. Mission Constructors Inc. is building the facility, which is being financed by Texas State Bank.

The project is slated for completion this fall.

The Campanile Campus was started in 1985 by John Hansen Investment Builder, which specializes in developing one- to six-story commercial office buildings.

LouisianaRush Aug 28, 2006 4:03 AM

I thought the Monaco, The Redstone, and Mercer East were scrapped.

Trae Aug 28, 2006 11:08 AM

Redstone still has a website, so I don't know.

Cory Aug 28, 2006 1:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HoustonRush
I thought the Monaco, The Redstone, and Mercer East were scrapped.

They were. Mercer? I don't know.

eburress Aug 28, 2006 1:32 PM

Excellent work! :)

Houston's Bayou Plan is what Dallas' Trinity River project SHOULD look like.

Trae Aug 28, 2006 10:23 PM

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Katz's to open Express deli in The Woodlands
Houston Business Journal - August 22, 2006
by Allison Wollam
Staff Writer

Katz's Deli owner Barry Katz is opening the first spin-off of his New York-style deli in The Woodlands.

Katz's Express, located at 19075 Interstate 45 North in the Portofino Center, will open on Sept. 15.

The restaurant will serve same fare found at Houston's Katz's Deli and Bar, located at 616 Westheimer, but with express service.

"Everybody kept asking me, 'When are you going to open in the suburbs?,' So this is our way to bring pastrami to more people," Katz says.

The restaurant, which will feature a 14-foot Statue of Liberty, will seat 105 diners indoors and 20 on the patio.

Like the Houston location, all breads will be baked in-house, soups will be started from scratch, and all meats will be cooked on the premises. The original Katz's Deli operates in downtown Austin.

The new Katz's Express concept will serve towering signature sandwiches, salads, pastas, entrees, burgers, foot-long hot dogs, breakfast items and desserts.

Katz's Express will hold a charity opening on Sept. 15-17 to help raise money for The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. (GrassRoots Environmental Education Network), a non-profit organization committed to educating the community about natural resource conservation, recycling and responsible actions that protect the environment.
New Katz Restaurant in the Woodlands.

Trae Aug 30, 2006 12:04 AM

Cáceres-122 units to be built in Rice Military, A Gated Urban Subdivision

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"The 8.1-acre tract, which was formerly home to two miniature horses, a donkey and other wildlife, is located in the southeastern section of Rice Military neighborhood and is bounded by Feagan, Renerman and Detering."

The general Rice Military area has gone from stank to swank in a short time and this project looks like it will push the prices even higher. Donkeys would appear to be pretty much extinct over there these days, but the baying of the train will still remain.

The link is for paid subscribers only, although you can navigate around that if desired by searching again. Here are the main points.

"Two top competitors in Houston's high-end custom home-building industry are teaming up to build what will be the largest project of their careers as they hammer into the multi-unit market. Black Diamond Properties and Rohe & Wright Builders are planning a 122-unit townhome and single-family community on one of the last undeveloped tracts of land between downtown and the inner-Loop Memorial area. The 8.1-acre tract, which was formerly home to two miniature horses, a donkey and other wildlife, is located in the southeastern section of Rice Military neighborhood and is bounded by Feagan, Renerman and Detering.
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Cáceres will be made up of 105 attached and detached townhomes and 17 single-family patio homes ranging in size from 2,000 square feet to 4,500 square feet. A price range for the homes has not yet been determined. The project is divided 50-50, with each company planning to build half of the homes in the community.

Zenner points out that most of the townhome complexes in the inner-Loop area are made up of five to six units. With 105 townhomes on tap, this project is unique in both its size and its gated-community classification, he says. In addition, Cáceres will be manned with a security guard 24 hours a day. Construction is expected to begin by the first quarter of next year, and the entire project will take about two years to build out.

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Michelle Wolpert, a Rice Military resident, says residents are still concerned about the impact the project may have on the local infrastructure and the potential increase in traffic. "I would rather the property remained the way it was: 8.1 acres of trees, pastures, shrubs and wildlife," she says. "However, if it is going to be developed, I would rather it be a luxury gated-community with as few high-end residences as possible because that means more green space within the community." "
Link

Shasta Aug 30, 2006 6:23 AM

Ugggghhh.

Another gated complex inside the Loop?

Gated, walled, and security accessed private drives are SUCK. They kill neighborly interaction. They breed anonymity. They do NOT belong in central city neighborhoods.

Oh well, I guess the people who live there will "feel" safer and then the developers can squeeze a few extra bucks out of them.

After the success of their Vistas at Midtown and Piedmont at River Oaks, the Montreal based developers are moving on to their next project; the Serento near the Medical Center. Units are now for sale.

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Great_Hizzy Aug 30, 2006 3:54 PM

Ooh, nice.

Trae Aug 30, 2006 9:04 PM

Get rid of that parking lot!

Trae Aug 30, 2006 9:47 PM

The Grand

Announced tenants so far are Macy's, Dillards, and Barnes and Noble. Other's will be announced soon, and this development will likely have many stores the Galleria has.

Shasta Aug 31, 2006 9:03 PM

Cool pic of the Sacred Heart Cathedral downtown taken from 2016 Main Condos
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Cory Sep 1, 2006 3:37 PM

More info on Hardy Yards through a power point presentation. Says first development will break ground in about 2 1/2 years. Click on photo.

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Cory Sep 1, 2006 3:55 PM

Update on Mosaic towers

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New Outpatient rendering in the TMC

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Saddle Man Sep 1, 2006 4:22 PM

We need a page 2 on this thread.

Cory Sep 1, 2006 5:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kingkirbythegreat
We need a page 2 on this thread.

I agree. Is the first page loading funny for anyone else?

Thanks to guess, here are additional renderings for the Alexan project at 1111 Post Oak Boulevard. Originally posted by Shasta on the first Houston thread.

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Cory Sep 1, 2006 6:00 PM

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Last updated: August 31, 2006 10:23pm
$70M Condo Project Grows in Scope, Size


PASADENA, TX-When luxury condo project Endeavour Parkside came to the drawing board last spring, it was envisioned as a 20-story, 129-unit project with a $35-million price tag. Three months later, it's a $70-million design with 34 stories and 146 units due to the success of its neighbor, Endeavour Clear Lake.

"Projects evolve as they go along," says Robin Parsley, president of Endeavour Holdings Inc. in Austin. "We were originally trying to keep this at 20 stories, and the next thing we knew, we were at 29 stories, than 30, than 34."

Parsley tells GlobeSt.com that demand for larger units and more of them helped to spur the increase. "We didn't necessarily increase the number of units that much. We're up to 146 units from 129," he says. "But we increased the size." The unit sizes for the project at 4949 NASA Rd. 1 go from 900 sf to 3,000 sf. Prices range from $300,000 to $3 million.
The developer has a 30-story, 80-unit project under construction in Clear Lake, which broke ground in April. Penthouses, especially, are in demand with both projects, Parsley continues. "People are interested in large penthouses," he says. "We're totally out of penthouses at Endeavour Clear Lake so we're delivering more of them with Parkside."

Endeavour Parkside, which will be on the site of what is now Parkside Marina, will break ground in early 2007. It has a 14-month construction schedule. Parsley says the marina building will be torn down within 30 days.

InSite Architecture Inc. of Cypress, TX designed the Parkside project. N Sky Construction, part of Endeavour Holdings, is the general contractor. Endeavour is handling sales in house.

Once Endeavour Parkside is completed, the company's next goal is development of a six-acre parcel in nearby Seabrook. "I think that's the best site on the lake, and we're looking at more of a mixed-use development on this," Parsley says. Though the actual development is several years off and plans far from finalized, it could include a high-density residential component along with retail, restaurant and office space.

http://www.globest.com/news/700_700/.../148732-1.html

Great_Hizzy Sep 1, 2006 7:11 PM

I like the fact that we'll start seeing road and infrastructure improvements for HY by next year. That'll go in well with the UH-D expansion and will be a nice head start for any BRT/LRT extensions up N. Main (which will be messy for a while).

Frankly, 2 1/2 years is about half as long as I thought we'd have to wait before we saw development on the residential/retail begin. I'm fairly impressed--assuming that the timeline is fairly accurate.

Trae Sep 1, 2006 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kingkirbythegreat
We need a page 2 on this thread.

We are almost there :). Don't worry. I have a fast and powerful computer, and even when I load this page it takes some time.

Von Sep 2, 2006 3:15 AM

hope i make second page!
yay houston! although there are alot of small ugly brick buildings, it's something! Atleast Houston is active...my fave of course is the Buffalo Bayou Plan. I was there last week and wow! is there a difference ! it's still kinda boring but it's a good place to walk around and and jog. So many plans for downtown makes me happy since really there is not much to do in downtown. :yuck: now if we could just get one or two scrapers for downtown to fill on those gaps would be excellent!

Trae Sep 2, 2006 3:01 PM

Vintage Park

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Absolutely no diversity.

Houston Proud Sep 3, 2006 12:43 AM

For crying out loud, it's just a rendering. When the Vintage Park opens you will see the diversity like Uptown Park. Besides, the renderings look beautiful.

Von Sep 3, 2006 2:26 AM

BTW... Medical Tower in Memorial City looks like a casino with all those lights and semi crown on top umm...don't really like it but don't really hate it...

Xeelee Sep 4, 2006 4:30 PM

It looks like a drill bit to me. It does not look like a bad design... just that it's in the wrong location. It would make more of an impression in midtown or downtown.

Shasta Sep 4, 2006 7:48 PM

This development in Kemah now has units for sale on HAR. Must mean it's gotten approval. According to the information, it will have multiple pools, a sky bar, ground floor retail that will include a movie cinema, a sports bar overlooking the water, and multiple restaurants. Wish the architecture was better!

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Sky Bar
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Pools
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Trae Sep 4, 2006 8:04 PM

Don't like the exterior.

Cory Sep 5, 2006 4:37 AM

The architect was smoking something regarding that Kemah project. So much potential with that development. How can you have so much detail with amenities such as the top floor skybar and resort style pools and have the base basically as a strip mall? That is definitely a FIRST as far as what I have seen. Goodeness, you would think it is a fad how some of us diss some of these projects but there just seems like there is something exclusive about the design of projects in this area. Mixed use is a funny concept in this city even when we do try. Yes most is better than what was there before but.........

vjhe Sep 5, 2006 6:12 PM

Boy I tell ya, with that project being in such a high profile area with Kemah being one of the top tourist destinations in the entire Houston region, one would think the design would be a lot better. But oh well, Houston is a place to make money. Nothing more and nothing less, and developers know this, so they can get away with saving their cheapest worst designed projects for Houston because they know they can get away with it here. I just don't believe such a design would have even been considered near the shores of Seattle, San Diego, Chicago, Miami or Boston.

Trae Sep 5, 2006 8:39 PM

Have you seen some of those condos going up in Miami? They look like some Latin American condos. In other words, pretty shabby.

Houston Proud Sep 5, 2006 10:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shasta
This development in Kemah now has units for sale on HAR. Must mean it's gotten approval. According to the information, it will have multiple pools, a sky bar, ground floor retail that will include a movie cinema, a sports bar overlooking the water, and multiple restaurants. Wish the architecture was better!

http://harpictures.marketlinx.com/Me...r1760939-1.jpg

Sky Bar
http://harpictures.marketlinx.com/Me...r1760939-8.jpg

Pools
http://harpictures.marketlinx.com/Me...r1760939-3.jpg

http://harpictures.marketlinx.com/Me...r1760939-4.jpg

Excuse me. But, did you say a movie cinema will be at the ground level? If so, how many screens?

Trae Sep 5, 2006 11:37 PM

Probably three. Doesn't look like many can fit.

Great_Hizzy Sep 6, 2006 4:28 PM

Good lord, Trae is exactly right. This thing looks like some of the condos going up in South Florida. Not bad nor good, just nothing special. And WG's crack about the strippish look of the ground floor is funny. Given the condo's location, I doubt if a true urban design with urbanely registered retail appointments would work unless you changed the dynamics of the rest of the island. Since the majority of existing homes in the neighborhood are single-home units (given what's presented in the photo) with residents who drive, they're going to want to park at this new retail center.

I suppose, though, you could've changed the design somewhat to detach the retail structures from the building more if you were trying to appease the more car-oriented clientelle. Maybe a smaller, one-story building loosely attached to the main structure via some sort of covered walkway?

Anyway, the parking lot, all things considered, is fairly minimalistic. Actually about the prefered size of a parking lot in, say, Midtown or the Med Center. The problem (for a true urbanist) is that the lot sits in front of the retail outlets, ruining the urban feel. Also, given the size of the area in which the project is to be built, it is difficult to take that same lot and place it somewhere else (or reconfigure it) without making it inconvenient or uninticing to potential consumers living outside the building (that is, people who drive). And the people who drive will undoubtedly be a big part of those reatailers' revenue.

Thus, pragmatism first, urban design second--in this context. At the least, hopefully there will be nice landscaping in the parking lot.

Cory Sep 6, 2006 4:53 PM

No doubt this area is not in walkable environment in the first place, but with building a development on the waterfront and someone would like to incorporate retail, I would think a strip center base would be the last resort. As I mentioned before, I have never seen such a thing in the first place. I guess placing retail along the waterfront would have complicated things. It just seems like they were limited to where and how the towers could stand and there was only one possible way to incorporate retail which would be in a strip center format, but I doubt it.

Great_Hizzy Sep 6, 2006 8:14 PM

I personally don't think the retail component is even necessary. Like you said, to take full advantage of the experience, you'd want to put it on the waterfront, like they do in other "trendy resort" locations.

But they'll probably roll their eyes and snicker at us if they make enough $$$ out of this, which they very well could. With all that said, this development DOES gos in the right direction from the empty, unused parcels that jigsaw the area currently. Kemah has all the makings of a very good resort-like community, especially with some of the historical charm and tourist-friendliness that's in place.

Let's hope that we'll see improvements on the development front from here on.

Though, I doubt a lot of the residents will welcome the potential increase in traffic and congestion.

Shasta Sep 8, 2006 2:35 PM

So, with the Endeavour Condos already rising three floors above ground along the shores of Clear Lake in Pasadena, the group backing the project has already launched their second undertaking.

Originally planned as a 20 story for-lease tower, Endeavour Parkside is now a THIRTY FOUR story, 146 for-sale condo tower!!!!

Construction will begin in December once the Parkside Marina is demolished.
http://images.zwire.com/local/Z/Zwir...52_1_story.jpg

vjhe Sep 8, 2006 3:44 PM

^
Now that is a architectural design that satisfies me.

Trae Sep 8, 2006 8:53 PM

Take some tips Kemah on this building. I like it. I can't wait to see Clear Lake in 10 years. Next step, clean those damn waters!

Trae Sep 9, 2006 3:01 AM

Beachtown: Galveston
 
NIKKI found this

Beachtown Galveston

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Trae Sep 9, 2006 3:19 AM

Evia Galveston

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Evia Galveston

Looks nice.

eburress Sep 9, 2006 3:20 AM

Beachtown Galvestone = Very nice

Endeavour Condos = Very nice

Kemah project = Complete trash. I'm surprised there's not a Walmart or a mobile home park attached to the building -- maybe those will be part of phase 2.

Xeelee Sep 9, 2006 5:51 AM

ugh

Cory Sep 12, 2006 6:43 PM

Here is some info on the two new residential developments near the TMC.

OST and Kirby
Mixed Use

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The proposed development consists of a 4-story wood framed apartment building wrapped around a central garage facility. The ground level portion of the building fronting Old Spanish Trail will be retail space with the upper three levels being apartments.

Proposed common area facilities include a clubroom, leasing center, demonstration kitchen, conditioned corridors, swimming pool and conversation pool, large landscaped and hardscaped courtyard, fitness center and business center. Anticipated unit amenities will include 10-foot ceilings, simulated wood flooring, granite countertops, track lighting, and stainless steel appliances.

Sitting on approximately 5.66 acres, the project is slated for 293 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units, for a total of 290,175sf (990sf average) of residential space. The ground-floor retail amounts to 17,516sf.

Construction Start - March 2007


Almeda @ OST

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This 304-unit development is wrapped around a six-level, access-controlled parking garage that includes a total of 484 spaces. Proposed common area facilities include a clubroom, leasing center, demonstration kitchen, conditioned corridors, swimming pool and conversation pool, two additional highly landscaped and hardscaped courtyards, fitness center and business center. Anticipated unit amenities will include 10-foot ceilings, simulated wood flooring, granite countertops, track lighting, and stainless steel appliances.

The Texas Medical Center (TMC), one of the largest and most prestigious medical treatment and research centers in the world, has been experiencing significant new growth for the past two years. The TMC also established, in 1999, a 50-year master plan detailing a comprehensive strategy toward institutional growth, expansion of services, and enhancement of the physical environment. The TMC is beginning to see the initial fruits of the plan with the beautification of streets, new office buildings, the introduction of the first light rail in Houston (connecting the TMC to Downtown Houston to the north and Reliant Park to the south), and renovation of existing buildings. The future campus will further integrate a mixed-use (live/work) community, reflect a commitment to multi-discipline collaboration, ensure access with an emphasis on public transit, among other goals.

Phase I: 304 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units totaling 278,520sf (an average unit size of 916sf) sit on 4.14 acres of an 8.38-acre site.

Great_Hizzy Sep 12, 2006 9:07 PM

Oh, man! I've been wondering when someone was going to make a push into that area (OST @ Almeda). Lots of development opportunities there. Not so sure, though, about the OST @ Kirby location. Lots of traffic around Reliant Park may turn some potential buyers/renters off. I could be wrong, though.

Trae Sep 13, 2006 9:39 PM

More La Centerra photos on 08/25/06:

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Trae Sep 13, 2006 9:40 PM

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SUGAR LAND, TX-Eastbourne Investments and Wellington Development Co. get the last undeveloped corner at the crossroads of US Highway 59 and Grand Parkway. The plan is to break ground in Q1 2007 on a 384,000-sf power center.
More Here


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