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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Tradition Woodway | FT | 23 FLOORS

Developer: Tradition Senior Living
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Type: Senior Living, 314 units
Location: 6300 Woodway, Uptown (Tanglewood)
Construction Timeline: March 2018 Start Date - 2020 Completion



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The Homey High-Rise: New 17-Story Houston Tower Values Comfort Over High-Tech Gadgets

Houston’s glitzy high-rise building boom is getting a new, more understated entry. 6300 Woodway — a previously unpublicized project from Pelican Builders — aims to make high-rise living more comfy.

That’s right, comfy.

In a rising sea of gleaming glass towers with over-the-top amenities and high-tech touches galore, this new 17-story building sticks out with its commitment to more “warm” and home-like environs. Especially if you’re home happens to be one of the nearby mansions of Memorial and Tanglewood.
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Shouldn't the title be the homely!
I don't mind that it is not a glass edifice, but the podium really looks like a mausoleum. I think some form of openings (windows) or detailing could really help the podium.
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The mausoleum pedestal is a popular concept for certain Houston highrises inspired by Randall Davis. It contains parking. I'm not sure how it ended up at this proposed building.
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Subdivision plat filed for this one.
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Now known as Tradition Woodway, a 23-story senior living high-rise.

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http://www.dinhcutoancau.vn/du-an/du...houston-texas/

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Project Name : The Tradition Homeschooling Project - Woodway, Houston, Texas

DESCRIPTION : The Tradition - Woodway is a 314-room luxury fully furnished apartment with full facilities including restaurant, indoor swimming pool, hair salon, large screen cinema, library, studio arts and crafts, game room, 24-hour care and support services.

Location : The project is located west of Houston, an area with ideal access to major highways, employment centers and shopping centers.

Purpose : Apartment for rent

Project implementation time: The project is expected to commence in March 2018 and completed in the second quarter of 2020.
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New design sucks compared to the previous.
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Current state of the site: former retail buildings with newly assembled example sections of facade for the tower.

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New design sucks compared to the previous.
I agree.. The new design is very boring compared the the older renditions.
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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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