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Old Posted Feb 25, 2014, 1:26 AM
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | General Developments

As the number of developments being planned for Houston grows, it's time for the # of topics on Houston to expand as well. This thread is for everything below 12-floors, or 115' ft. From new apartment buildings, to transportation projects, to new green spaces, there's a lot going on here.

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

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EXXONMOBIL CAMPUS
Architects: Gensler, Pickard Chilton
Type: Office 
Location: Near I-45 and The Hardy Toll Road (Springwoods Village)
Completion Date: 2015

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BLVD PLACE 
Developer: Wulfe Co.
Architect: AECOM
Type: Retail, Office & Residential 
Location: 20 acres at the Intersection of Post Oak. & San Felipe (Uptown)
Completion: Summer 2014
Website: www.blvdplace.com

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RIVER OAKS DISTRICT 
Developer: Oliver McMillan
Architect: Gensler
Type: Residential, Office, Retail, Hotel
Location: 15-acres along Westheimer Rd. (Inside the West Loop)
Completion: 2015
Website: www.riveroaksdistrict.com

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HUGHES LANDING ON THE LAKES
Developer: Howard Hughes Co.
Architects: Ziegler Cooper, Gensler
Type: Office, Residential, Hotel, Retail
Location: On the northeastern edge of Lake Woodlands, northwest of Waterway Square (The Woodlands)
Completion: In Phases
Website: http://www.thewoodlands-commercial.com/hl_vision.html

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GREENSTREET
Developer: Midway Companies.
Architect: ?
Type: Retail
Location: Corner of Main & Dallas St. (downtown)
Completion: 2014
Website: http://greenstreetdowntown.com/

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BUFFALO BAYOU REVITALIZATION
Developer: Buffalo Bayou Partnership
Architect: Page/
Type: Green Space, Parks
Location: All along the Buffalo Bayou (Allen Parkway)
Completion Date: In Phases
Websites: http://buffalobayoupark.org http://www.buffalobayou.org/

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U OF H FOOTBALL STADIUM - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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TOWN CENTRE I - UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Developer: Moody Rambin
Architect: Kirksey
Type: Office
Location: Queensbury Lane (near CITYCENTRE)
Completion: 4Q 2014



ELAN MED CENTER 
Developer: Greystar
Architect: Meeks + Partners
Location: 7010 Staffordshire (Texas Medical Center)
Completion: Mid 2014
Website: www.elanmedcenter.com

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Astor Tanglewood - UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Developer: Mill Creek
Architect: Hensley Ramkin Rachel
Location: 502 S. Post Oak
Completion: Nov. 2014
Website: http://www.millcreekplaces.com/portf...nts-in-houston

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1900 YORKTOWN 
Developer: Finger Companies
Architect:
Location: 1900 Yorktown (Uptown)
Completion:
Website: http://www.1900yorktown.com/

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THE SUZANNE - UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Developer: FInger Companies
Architect:
Location: 3833 Dunlavy (Montrose)
Completion:
Webstie: www.thesusanneapartments.com

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21 ELEVEN - UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Developer: Hines
Architect: Meeks + Partners
Location: 2111 Westheimer (Upper Kirby)
Completion: Fall 2014
Website: http://live21eleven.com/

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CHATEAU 10 - UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Developer: Randall Davis
Architect: ?
Location: 2221 Welch (River Oaks) 
Completion: 2014
Website: cheauten.com/welch

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WILLOWICK PARK
Developer: Martin Fein Interests
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Location: 3237 Las Palmas (Greenway)
Completion: 2014
Website:

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BY THE PARK BIRDSALL APARTMENTS
Developer: Sunrise Luxury Living
Architect: Humphreys & Partners
Location: 155 Birdsall (Memorial Park)
Completion: Summer 2014
Website: http://www.sunriseluxuryliving.com/d...apartments-tx/

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ALTA WESTHEIMER
Developer: Wood Partners
Architect: Good Fulton & Farrell
Location:

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PEARL MIDTOWN
Developer: Morgan Group
Architect: ?


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BROADSTONE MIDTOWN 



BROADSTONE POST OAK 

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AXIS - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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THE VUE ON MACGREGOR 

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CHAI ONE HQ 

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ONE LAKE'S EDGE

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PREMIER MEDICAL CENTER

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EADO PROMENADE 

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VARGOS ON THE LAKE 
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PARC BINZ ONE 



UHD PARKING GARAGE & GREETING CENTER 

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500 CRAWFORD 

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MAIN & LEELAND 

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EMANCIPATION PARK 

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ALEXAN HEIGHTS

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KIRBY GROVE APTS 

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MENIL EXPANSION PHASE I


AZALEA COURT - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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REGENT SQUARE

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GRAND TEXAS 

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MENIL DRAWING INSTITUTE

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U of H Athletics Center 



CITYCENTRE FIVE 

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ELAN HEIGHTS 

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THE LOFTS OF MID MAIN 

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MIDTOWN SUPERBLOCK 

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MIDTOWN SUPERBLOCK PARK 

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SAINT HONORE 

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EADO PLACE 

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GALLERIA/SAKS FIFTH EXPANSION  

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GOOD NEIGHBOR HEALTHCARE CENTER

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ALEXAN MIDTOWN 

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PEARL MIDTOWN II 

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HARRIS COUNTY / COH JOINT PROCESSING CENTER



HSPVA CAMPUS

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MFAH EXPANSION



ELAN MEMORIAL PARK 

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ENERGY CORE APARTMENTS 

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POST PROPERTIES RICHMOND/610- APPROVED





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




ADVENTURE POINTE - PROPOSED

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HARDY YARDS -PROPOSED

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SAUDI CONSULATE - PROPOSED

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UNIVERSITY PLACE - PROPOSED



EARTH QUEST ADVENTURES 

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HOUSTON INTERMODAL TERMINAL 

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Finally! Great work as usual Urbannizer! I love all this development!
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Wow. I visit the Houston compilation thread daily, and didn't realize all these projects were going on. It's almost confusing haha! I would like to put these projects to a map to get a better sense of it all. Nice work!
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Wow. I visit the Houston compilation thread daily, and didn't realize all these projects were going on. It's almost confusing haha! I would like to put these projects to a map to get a better sense of it all. Nice work!
Ha! I would like a map, but it would definitely take some time to complete!

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UH Football Stadium



Beall Village to be torn down for "Campus Vue", student housing. Same developer behind The Vue on MacGregor. No renderings yet.

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I don't know if this goes here, but it is interesting to see The Texas Medical Center's efforts to move from a purely nonprofit institution to a biomedical hub that incorporates both nonprofit and for profit companies working together. The TMC is definitely is going to be the next big development area with the growing number of projects in the pipeline. I like the direction and economic diversification Houston is going through right now, just feel like we need a similarly prestigious entity to lead the city's efforts to turn Ellington into a spaceport and other similar expansions in the aerospace industry.

http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...al-estate.html

http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...ton-gains.html

http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...or-profit.html
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Prime piece of Sugar Land property on the market

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The Balinese may be ready to make a comeback in Galveston.

Music venue reportedly planned for Galveston's historic Balinese Room

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Say, are there any updates on Alexan Heights? What's the status there? I remember seeing a re-design of the project that I liked a lot, but can't seem to find it now.
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Fenway Developments targets the Fifth Ward for new homes.

Houston's Fifth Ward redevelopment efforts continue with plans for single-family homes
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Plans for dinosaur-themed entertainment complex not extinct:
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Although developers announced plans for a dinosaur-themed entertainment complex in Montgomery County years ago, they expect to close on land for the venue in the coming months, The Humble Observer reports.

Chris Brown, president of Los Angeles-based Contour Entertainment Inc., the project designer for EarthQuest, attended an East Montgomery County Improvement District meeting in February and said the land deal is expected to close around the end of May, the Observer reports. The exact location has not been disclosed, but it is reportedly bigger than the New Caney site originally selected for the park.

According to EarthQuest’s website, the project has six major components: EarthQuest Institute, an education and research facility; EarthQuest Adventures Theme Park; Cretaceous Cove Water Park; Green Gadget Garage, a family entertainment center; EarthQuest Resort Hotel; ecotourism activities; and EarthWalk, a retail, dining and entertainment area.
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So is the Montrose, Houston's funkiest crash pad over the years, losing all its character?

Dept. of Rants: Rising Rent in the Austin of Houston
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So is the Montrose, Houston's funkiest crash pad over the years, losing all its character?

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As a former Montrosian, I would say so. But what can you do? It's a casualty of the city's growth, and the increasing demand for living in more urban environments - both of which are good things for Houston, at the end of the day. (Could certainly do with fewer Perry Homes gated developments, though.)

And if the "poets and artists" are really having to relocate to Acres Homes and Westbury, then I am not going to feel sorry for them - because they could easily just move to 2nd Ward and other areas just east of downtown that have their own character and cheap rents. (Seriously, how is Acres Homes the alternative to Montrose?)
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A convention center may be in the works for Sugar Land. Right next to the performing arts center - perhaps.

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Anyone know if these are actually under construction in Westchase?

Westchase - Oak Park Commerce Center 1 & 2. Rendering for the 3rd - N/A

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This facility is a 45,000 sq. ft., 3 level tilt wall and glass curtain wall building featuring extensive Class A high end interior finishes. The facility was designed for a single user tenant. The building fronts Rogerdale and connects to Beltway 8 with a private driveway and is located in the Westchase Business Corridor. The project is 1 of 3 buildings that American Commercial Contractors will build on the site.

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This 121,000 sq.ft. concrete, steel and glass structure is the second of three planned buildings designed and constructed by American Commercial Contractors on a 6 acre site near the intersection of Beltway 8 and Bellaire Blvd, in the Westchase District of Southwest Houston. The building will feature state of the art HVAC system controls, and Class A interior finishes. The building is seeking LEED Silver certification, and is slated for construction to begin in late 2013, with the first tenant move in August of 2014.

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New Development Map - Now with Renderings

http://www.downtownhouston.org/site_..._Map_11x17.pdf



1800 San Jancinto
Developer: Allied Orion Group
Architect: ?
Floors: 10
Start Date: 4Q 2014, 3Q 2016 Completion



1521 Austin St.
Developer: Camden Property Trust
Architect:
Floors:
Start Date: 1Q 2015, Completion 2Q 2017

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I like the 1800 San Jacinto development. Also, I've always loved the bell tower of the co-cathedral. Looks like a skyscraper in miniature. Reminiscent of the Transco.
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