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Old Posted Jun 14, 2017, 9:22 PM
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Deal closed, rendering of the next phase:

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I do believe this is just a fantasy proposal... I think half of those shots are in LA.
Which shots do you think are in L.A.?
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Old Posted Jun 16, 2017, 9:46 PM
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A 9,000 square ft "chef-driven” food hall is coming to Aris Market Square, making it the third food hall to be announced for Downtown within the past few months.

The Next Food Hall Coming to Downtown Houston Will Be a Storeful of Open Kitchen


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IF YOU’RE JUST coming up to speed on the whole food hall thing, remember this: It’s not a food court, it’s a food hall. And in the case of Bravery Chef Hall, planned for a 9,000-sq.-ft. space in the ground floor of the Aris Market Square tower Hines is completing at the corner of Preston and Travis Downtown, it’s not just a food hall but “the world’s first chef hall.” Or, as the founders explain, “a curated food hall where all vendors are operated and owned by chefs, employing only cooks, and where a large percentage of the seats are chef counter seating.” So maybe think of it as a huddle of 5 independently operated chef’s tables, each surrounding an open kitchen, in one streetfront retail space. (Plus additional adjacent seating — and outside, a patio garden and sidewalk café dining space totaling 3,000 sq. ft.)
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Also Austin-based Royal Blue Grocery has 2,500 sq ft under negotiations at 1111 Rusk (Old Texaco Building/The Star)

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Old Posted Jun 18, 2017, 1:21 AM
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^^^ THE STAR downtown houston, seems like it shall incorporate some very high-end retail concepts. should be a very happening scene in the near future....
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Exxon’s XTO Energy to move 1,600 employees to Houston

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Irving, Texas-based Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) will move 1,600 of its XTO Energy subsidiary’s employees from Fort Worth to the Houston area, according to multiple news reports.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and The Dallas Morning News report that 1,200 employees will move to Exxon’s Springwoods Village campus in mid-2018, and another 400 will move in 2020. About 350 employees will remain in Fort Worth, which will include the company’s central division and its midstream operations supporting Barnett Shale operations.
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Luxury condo to replace cancelled project in Montrose

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A luxury condominium is set to replace a cancelled residential project in Montrose.

Midtown/Uptown Development Partners plans to build Mandell Montrose at 2312 Commonwealth St., near its intersection with Fairview Street a few blocks north of Westheimer Road.

Mandell Montrose, designed by Houston-based architect Mirador Group, will feature condo units averaging 2,400 square feet of living space in addition to outdoor balconies and terraces. Each floor of the building will have four units, and buyers can choose from four floor plans with views of downtown Houston, Midtown or the Museum District.

Sudhoff Cos., a Houston-based real estate firm marketing the project, is expected to open a sales center on site in July. Construction is expected to begin in summer 2018 with the first residents expected to move in fall 2019.

Bill Krewson, a partner with Midtown/Uptown Development Partners, said Mandell Montrose’s design was inspired by New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, known for its modernist architecture. The Houston-based development firm has experience with master-planned communities, commercial shopping centers, gated communities and mixed-use developments around the world.
The former proposal for the site, Flats on Fairview. Sales goal was met but construction costs were too high for the previous developer.

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That's too bad. I was looking forward to see how that design would play out.
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I hope the new project will be less... brutalistic.
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Old Posted Jun 24, 2017, 5:05 PM
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The District

Filings with the FAA show two towers which may become the tallest in Midtown are planned near the new McGowen Park. If plans move forward as indicated, the buildings will rise simultaneously with construction beginning in early 2018.

Shortest point to highest point of Tower 1: 534'-544'

Proposed Case for: 2017-ASW-8824-OE

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Structure Height: 544
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Work Schedule: 01/01/2018 to 10/01/2022
https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...5958442&row=18
https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...5958440&row=17

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Shortest to highest point of Tower 2: 621'-631'

Proposed Case for: 2017-ASW-8830-OE

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Structure Height: 631
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Work Schedule: 01/01/2018 to 10/01/2022
https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...35960229&row=2
https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...35960245&row=6


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Holy Carp!!! The dream of really tall towers in Midtown is becoming a reality!
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What are the chances this will get approved?
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What are the chances this will get approved?
What would be the factors that would keep this from getting approved? I'm not in Houston, so am curious.
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What would be the factors that would keep this from getting approved? I'm not in Houston, so am curious.
I don't see any issue of this not being approved.... now the financing and all that is a separate issue to if this gets built or gets chopped in half.
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Holy Carp!!! The dream of really tall towers in Midtown is becoming a reality!
Even better, at least 1 surface lot will be eaten up if this goes forward.
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What are the chances this will get approved?
Oil prices, vacancy rates...
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^ Is this the same one as the Caydon project?

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I don't think so....
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According to a user on HAIF...

Construction begins THIS FALL!!!! This will be one sexy building and hopefully a trend setter for the city of Houston.

https://view.staging.hangar.com/CRE/...way/index.html
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^^^ galleria VI (still under construction) is going to be a heavenly shopping/dining experience once fully completed. simply wonderful addition...
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