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More detailed article mentions info regarding phase 2:

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/bus...n-13038743.php

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The second project, on the block east of La Branch across from the St. Joseph Professional building, is planned for a high-rise that will probably rise 21 stories, Gautier-Winther said. Construction could begin in late 2019 or early 2020 just as 2111 Austin is finishing up.
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Everyone Ordered Out of Memorial Club Apartments’ Remaining Half, New Apartments Set To Rise in Its Place


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RESIDENTS OF the Memorial Club apartments at 955 Westcott St. now have 5 months left to beat it from the complex in order to make way for a new residential building that’s set to rise in its place. According to a letter that landlord Greystar sent out on June 11, the deadline to vacate is December 31. Up until then, the company “is engaging a relocation specialist” to assist tenants with their moves.

The photo at top shows the apartment’s yard sign, with an arrow (since covered up) pointing across Westcott to where its leasing office once sat within the demolished eastern portion of the complex. Greystar tore that section down in 2014, about a year after buying both halves of the complex and announcing a 2-phase redevelopment plan for the land, to include 550 units spread across a pair of buildings.

297 of them are already housed across the street in the 6-story Elan Memorial Park building — pictured below — that the developer put up in 2016.
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https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/...-or-under.html

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Photos: Hines’ Residences at La Colombe d’Or under construction, to deliver in 2020
By Fauzeya Rahman – Reporter, Houston Business Journal
Jul 5, 2018, 8:21am CDT

A construction crane at the corner of Harold and Yoakum in Montrose marks the spot of Houston-based developer Hines’ future 34-story luxury apartments, Residences at La Colombe d’Or. At the ground level, crews recently poured a new foundation for the high-rise, set to open in the first quarter of 2020 and deliver by late 2020.

The developer has filed $68.5 million in building permits with the city of Houston for the project.

The La Colombe d’Or, originally built in 1923 as the Fondren Mansion, is a luxury boutique hotel owned by the Zimmerman family. They considered adding an office building or another hotel to a 1-acre site, which previously housed a parking lot and freestanding ballroom, behind the hotel before teaming up with Hines Interests LP.

The apartments will be connected to the almost 100-year-old Texas landmark through outdoor green space, said Chris O'Neill, managing director with Hines. The 34-story high-rise will also be next to Hanover Montrose, a 30-story apartment tower at 3400 Montrose.

“It’s something we paid a lot of attention to in design,” O’Neill said. Planting a 34-story building next to a 30-story building and an almost 100-year-old mansion required the design team to “marry the ground plan” to ensure the aesthetic and feel of the lower levels of the tower would reflect the scale of the mansion next door. As one goes up the 34-story tower, the design becomes more modern and contemporary, with one side made of heavy glass and another side featuring a limestone monolith facing west.

O’Neill described the building’s exterior as “carefully, meticulously crafted.”

Hines worked with Houston-based architect Muñoz + Albin, Houston-based interior design firm Rottet Studio and Hines affiliate contractor Urban Oaks Builders.
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About time. Houston definitely needs a third reservoir in far west/nw Houston.
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About time. Houston definitely needs a third reservoir in far west/nw Houston.
I agree. Might need a fourth one.
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New PDF is out showing Midway's plans for the East River site on the old KBR campus, just east of downtown.

Link to PDF: http://eastriverhtx.com/wp-content/u...ure_FINAL2.pdf

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New info regarding the residential high-rise at The RO, a mixed-use development proposed for Greenway.

http://www.transwesterndevelopment.c...section-line-3

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Location Details: 3120 Buffalo Speedway, Houston, TX

Project Type :Mixed-Use Multifamily
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Total Units/SF: 340 apartments in a high rise tower
Completion :Start construction in early 2019
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New senior living high-rise breaks ground in Tanglewood

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A new Tanglewood high-rise building near Woodway and Voss will add to the growing portfolio of senior living options in the works around Houston.

Dallas-based Tradition Senior Living LP broke ground on The Tradition-Woodway, a 23-story high-rise that will include 222 independent-living and 92 assisted-living and memory-care units, set to complete by April 2020. This will be the developer’s second senior living project in Houstonand the first high-rise for the company, said Jonathan Perlman, founder and CEO of the company.

Perlman wouldn’t disclose construction costs for the project, but public permits filed with the city of Houston totaled $83.96 million.

“It’s a phenomenal location and an area where we think the product we provide will be very well-received,” Perlman said, referencing the proximity to Second Baptist Church and both the Memorial and Tanglewood neighborhoods. The company’s first Houston project, The Tradition-Buffalo Speedway, will open by December 2018 or January 2019.

Tradition bought the land from a partnership named SIC Ripple Creek LLC, which he said included a group of condo owners and retail owners. The deal closed in September, and Perlman said the deal was done in-house.

Pelican Builders eyed the same site for a condo project in 2015 but ended up not moving forward. Derek Darnell, president of Pelican, said in an email that the land owners “preferred a product that would produce income for many years, a rental property. And senior housing seemed to be a good fit for them.”

Houston-based Jackson & Ryan Architects designed the project, and Houston-based D.E. Harvey Builders is the general contractor. The Bank of Texas provided a construction loan.
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