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Deal finally closed, construction to begin within a year.

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But on Nov. 17 — about two-and-a-half years since the deal was initially set to close— Hanover finally purchased a nearly 1.7-acre site off Kirby Drive near Kipling Street, near the West Ave mixed-use project. The longtime developer plans to build a 40-story, 300-plus-unit apartment tower and a standalone restaurant on the property, where the 1940s-era Kirby Court apartments used to stand.

Hanover hopes to start construction on the $150 million project, designed by Chicago-based architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz, within the next 12 months.
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After a number of delays this one's finally under construction.
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Houston developer’s long-awaited apartment tower in Upper Kirby underway

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Hanover River Oaks — a luxury apartment tower originally proposed in 2014 — broke ground in Upper Kirby last month, according to Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP.

HFF announced Jan. 4 that it represented Houston-based Hanover Co. and institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management to capitalize the equity and construction financing for the project’s development. HFF’s team representing Hanover included Managing Director Cortney Cole, Executive Managing Director Scott Galloway and Director Dustin Selzer.

According to HFF, Hanover River Oaks will have 370 residential units and nearly 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Units will average 1,172 square feet and include such features as stainless steel appliances, stone countertops, garden tubs, computer niches and/or dry bars, floor-to-ceiling windows, and faux-wood and tile flooring throughout.

The first units are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2020, according to HFF.

The tower also will feature a rooftop pool with sunbeds and poolside cabanas, outdoor grilling and dining stations, 24-hour fitness club, clubhouse with lounge seating, catering kitchen with private dining room, private theater, landscaped garden courtyard, water wall garden, pet washing station, 24-hour concierge and controlled-access parking garage, per HFF.
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Developer: Hanover River Oaks retail component will make Kirby Drive more walkable

By Fauzeya Rahman – Reporter, Houston Business Journal
May 21, 2018, 2:45pm CDT

When complete, the 40-story Hanover River Oaks off Kirby and Steel Street will make for a better pedestrian experience, said David Ott, development partner with Houston-based Hanover Co. The project broke ground in December 2017 with the first units delivering in early 2020.

Ott said the residential high-rise with first-floor retail will link existing developments such as West Ave. to new projects, such as San Antonio-based H-E-B Grocery Co.'s mixed-use project to be developed by Houston-based Midway Cos. Ultimately, the stretch of Kirby extending from West Alabama Street until the West Ave. development will be more walkable, he said.

So far, no businesses have signed leases for the 10,000 square feet of retail space but Ott would like to see a mix of cafes and restaurants that keep the ground floor busy for most of the day.

Hanover recently filed $47.3 million worth of building permits with the city of Houston for the residential tower. Chicago-based architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz designed the building and Hanover’s construction division is the building's contractor. David Werlin with Houston-based WPW Realty Advisors is handling retail leasing.

Rents for the luxury high-rise with units ranging in size from 557 to 3,059 square feet will start at $1,700 per month and go up to more than $10,000 per month for the premium and penthouse units. Hanover River Oaks is across Kirby from the future H-E-B development and adjacent to the Upper Kirby luxury-branded condo project The Giorgetti, which broke ground in May.
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