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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The District | 631 FT / 192 M & 544 FT / 166 M | FL | 2 Towers

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 Name: The District - Tower 1
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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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https://www.google.com/maps/@29.7446...7i13312!8i6656

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

Proposed Case for: 2017-ASW-8830-OE

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Structure Name: The District - Tower 2
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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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Updated FAA links reveal that Caydon Group out of Australia is the developer; Gensler is the architect. This will be thier second and third high-rise for Midtown.
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Office or residential?
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Office or residential?
Both towers will be 'mixed-use residential', I assume that means multi-family/condos and retail.
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Australian developer acquires more land in Midtown

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Caydon Property Group has acquired more land in Midtown for a mixed-use project anchored by a luxury apartment tower.

The Melbourne, Australia-based developerpurchased a 41,000-square-foot site on a half city block bounded by Main, Dennis and Fannin streets. Current Standing Developments — formerly known as PLC Capital Corp. — sold the property to Caydon for an undisclosed amount. The deal closed on Aug. 2.

Caydon plans to develop additional high-end residential, retail and a large parking garage on the site, which sits two blocks north of its luxury apartment project.
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Our first look! Tower I, 2850 Fannin, is currently under construction.

http://www.largearts.com.au/houston-midtown/

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Houston Midtown, Caydon Property Group’s first foray into the US market, is an ambitious mixed-use project under development in Houston, Texas. Comprising of three towers intersected by laneways, the development incorporates of a mixture of retail, amenities, office space, residential and public space.

LARGE ARTS has been working with Caydon and US architects Gensler and Zeigler Cooper on this ongoing project, with the main focus thus far to pitch to anchor tenants and communicate the vision of the project to local planning authorities.

Marketing collateral is currently under production, with the project to be launched to prospective tenants in mid-2018.
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Not sure if it's tied to construction of this project, but on HAIF 'MarathonMan' saw some soil sampling taking place this morning

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Soil sampling this morning on the block just north of Caydon’s high rise construction site. Preparing for The District Tower I, possibly? For reference, this is the art supply store parking lot on the south side of Dennis between Main and Fannin. You can see Caydon’s tower crane and the nearly-complete Camden Midtown in the background.
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Caydon buys more land for Midtown mixed-use project

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Australian developer Caydon, now building a high-end residential tower in Midtown, has acquired an adjacent parcel to complete what it says will be a three-block mixed-use development.

The company purchased a 30,000-square-foot property at 2711 Main. The site houses an art supply store, which will relocate in early spring 2019, the developer said Thursday.

"It's a phenomenal accomplishment for Caydon to secure the third parcel which brings us one step closer to delivering an exciting mixed-use district in one of Houston's most lively neighborhoods," Caydon principal Joe Russo said in a statement. "Caydon takes pride in creating developments that encourages a sense of community and supports people's health, happiness and a desire for a convenient lifestyle."
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Are the Aussies building this thing? They surely have some AU$ to invest everywhere...
Heck, that would be hot. I would steal it then run.
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Very nice renderings, but do y'all really think this will be built here in Houston? Too daring and non-conservative.
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Very nice renderings, but do y'all really think this will be built here in Houston? Too daring and non-conservative.
Seems to me that increasingly, Houston is going outside-the-box.

Arguably, until recent years, NYC has been pretty conservative.
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https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/...apartment.html

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By late 2019, the developer will break ground on its mixed-use project that, along with the residential high-rise, will span about three city blocks when complete.

The Australian developer is eyeing the Museum District, Montrose and Midtown for future projects.
Renderings can still be found here:

https://skyrisecities.com/database/projects/district

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Link is up for this on Caydon's USA website:

2711 Main St

https://caydonproperty.com/us/proper...d-town-houston

- 1000+ condominiums and retail

Vibrant, cosmopolitan and coming soon… the next phase of Caydon’s development in Midtown is about to become a true destination for Houston. Only half a mile from Downtown, right in the heart of Midtown and connected to everything. You’ll soon discover an innovative epicenter with METRORail, Texas Medical Center and life’s must-haves on your doorstep.

The world’s most liveable city 7 years in a row, Melbourne Australia, is home to vibrant laneways, leading you to hidden treasures, well kept secrets and revealing the city’s soul. Midtown is fast becoming the cosmopolitan center of Houston, and is the ideal setting for Melbourne-style urban rejuvenation. Caydon’s vision for the site is becoming reality with retail, restaurant, apartment, condo and hotel buildings.

Designed by Caydon Architecture and Design the statement buildings will include living options to suit everyone. Studio, one and two-bedroom units with contemporary-style interiors and magnificent views will be an exciting place to call home.[/quote]
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