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Update: The Case Building - Under Construction
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Developer StreetLights Residential hasn’t wasted any time starting its latest high-rise apartment project.

The builder has broken ground in Dallas’ Deep Ellum neighborhood on the 17-story Case Building.
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“We should turn first units for leasing in July 2017 with final completion in February 2018,” said StreetLight’s Tom Bakewell.
http://bizbeatblog.dallasnews.com/20...nt-tower.html/
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The University of Texas System announced on Nov. 5 a comprehensive strategic plan full of "quantum leaps," including a major expansion in Houston.

One day earlier, the system’s board of regents approved the acquisition of more than 300 acres off Buffalo Point, about 3.5 miles from the Texas Medical Center.

“This will not be a University of Texas at Houston. Rather, it will be an ‘intellectual hub’ for UT — an opportunity for all our campuses to take advantage of the Houston professionals in the fields of medicine, energy, engineering, business, aerospace, health care and the arts,”.

Early next year, McRaven will convene a task force of civic leaders, legislators, academic and health presidents, faculty, students and regents, along with other constituents, to begin the planning process for the property.
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...ion-other.html
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Dallas

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More than two dozen residential towers on the way for Dallas

By STEVE BROWN

Published: 05 November 2015 11:03 PM
Updated: 06 November 2015 08:57 AM

Canadian developer Great Gulf Homes’ planned Turtle Creek apartment tower isn’t trying to compete with other new rental projects in central Dallas.

With only 50 units, the 13-story building at Fairmount Street and Turtle Creek Boulevard is chasing a small niche of North Texas luxury housing market.

Great Gulf’s Oak Lawn tower is one of more than two dozen high-rise residential buildings already under construction or planned to start in the Dallas area.

“We are adding 30 or 35 high-rise towers in the Dallas urban core,” said Greg Willett, vice president of apartment analyst MPF Research. “We’ve never seen as much construction as this.
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^^ That's an insane amount of construction coming...Downtown, Uptown, and a lot of other areas around these two are going to see a lot of transformation.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 4600 Post Oak Place | FT | FLOORS

Project: 4600 Post Oak Place



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A Houston real estate company developing a 40-story residential building downtown has purchased a 3-acre site near the Galleria for what could be another luxury tower down the road.

An affiliate associated with BMS Management and Woodbranch Investments acquired 4600 Post Oak Place early this year for an undisclosed amount.

The inner-loop site between Post Oak Boulevard and San Felipe houses a three-story office building constructed in the 1970s. The property is in an area rife with new development, including a Gables apartment complex and an office building under development for Amegy Bank.

A new building could be residential or office, but there are no immediate development plans.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center Expansion | FT | ~20 FLOORS

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The Baylor College of Medicine and CHI St. Luke's Health plan to break ground on the next phase of their McNair Campus in early 2016.

The next phase of the campus will feature a second patient tower that will house 420 beds, and a medical office building. The patient tower is expected to begin construction in January, and the medical office building will begin in the fall. The projects are expected to be completed by 2019, according to a statement.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 500 N. Shepard (3 Towers) | FT | 35 + ? + ? FLOORS

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A group of foreign investors is planning to build a high-rise condominium project in Houston’s Greater Heights area.

The yet-to-be-named condo project, designed by an Italian architect, would consist of three glass and steel towers over a podium parking garage.

Trujillo — a professional cyclist turned chiropractor who is looking for his third career change as a real estate developer — is currently working to attract additional private investors from Central America as well as China to help finance the project. He hopes to have a sales center open by the fourth quarter of 2016 and break ground soon afterward.
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Thats going to really stand out. Looks like the area has had several lowrise fillers.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/50...30ed15a0636ab2

Still a positive that its adding to that tower in the park feel.
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I've went ahead an updated the directory for exciting cities.

Also, just created a list of the 10 tallest projects U/C in Texas here:

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=220420

Keep the updates coming!
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Arrow DALLAS | MIRO (1900 Cedar Springs Rd) | 200 FT / 61 M | 14 FLOORS

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The building opened to tenants on Oct. 22nd.


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Arrow DALLAS | Singleton and Gulden Lane | FT | 14 FLOORS

Project: Singleton and Gulden Lane

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The owners of the popular Trinity Groves restaurant complex – West Dallas Investments L.P. – are seeking a developer or investors to build a high-rise office building at the western end of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.

The 3.1-acre first class office project would be built next door to the Trinity Groves complex and across the street from where developer Columbus Realty just broke ground on an apartment community.

Construction on the office project would start next year at Singleton Boulevard and Gulden Lane, according to marketing material for the building.

West Dallas Investments – the company owned by Dallas businessman Phil Romano, Butch McGregor and Stuart Fitts – has hired Holliday Fenoglio Flower L.P. to find a developer or investors for the planned office project.
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I saw that one. Horrible idea and an ugly building. I think that the location is great, but much more could be done there - specifically with pedestrian access (to the bridge) and building up an urban neighborhood rather than something that looks more at home on a freeway access road.
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AUSTIN | Block 71 Redevelopment | FEET | FLOORS

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The University of Texas is asking developers for their ideas on how to transform an entire block of downtown Austin real estate.

The property in question is known as Block 71 and is bordered by West Seventh, Colorado, West Sixth and Lavaca streets. Its total size is 1.6 acres.

Developers are being asked to include their vision for the property as part of UT’s request for qualification process. The RFQ will need a basic outline of the concept with ideas, which could include a mix of residential, offices and retail, along with background on the submitting company’s history of commercial and development projects that show they would be able to follow through.
http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/bl...transform.html
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Wow, an entire state full of big cities has a single thread!
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Wow, an entire state full of big cities has a single thread!
Yes--take that, Wyoming!
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HOUSTON | 3737 Buffalo Speedway | 290 FT / 88 M | 18 FLOORS

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These are now under construction:

3) DALLAS | Lincoln Property Tower | 23 FLOORS
4) DALLAS | The Terraces at Douglas Center | 12 FLOORS
9) DALLAS | M-Line Tower | ~20 FLOORS
20) DALLAS | Katy Tower | 28 FLOORS
27) DALLAS | The Case Building | 17 FLOORS

4) PLANO | Renaissance Hotel | ~17 FLOORS

1) FORT WORTH | 640 Taylor Street (Jetta) | FT | 26 FLOORS (Now named Frost Tower)
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Proposed: Carlisle & Vine

Trammell Crow Residential working on Uptown high-rise

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Trammell Crow Residential is soon to take the plunge in the Uptown high-rise apartment market.

The Dallas-based developer is working on plans for an apartment tower at Carlisle and Vine streets near Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail, according to plans filed with the City of Dallas.

Crow Residential – one of the busiest apartment builders in North Texas – plans to build a 15-story tower on the Carlisle site, said senior managing director Steve Bancroft.
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Yes--take that, Wyoming!
Ya, but I have not had to sit in a traffic jam in a LONG time............
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Is there such a thing as traffic in Wyoming? Or is that a bison-crossing?
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