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First rendering of the project, which will be an expansion of GreenStreet. Looks to be 8 office levels with residential above.

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Shifting from the traditional corporate cubicle, The Concept at GreenStreet offers entrepreneurs and big businesses alike the opportunity to create a more collaborative and innovative work environment surrounded by amenities within the heart of Downtown Houston.

With floor plates between 5,000 and 37,000 SF available for a one-of-a-kind office environment, The Concept features 18’ ceilings, rectangular spaces with no core to create efficient and dynamic environments and the opportunity to create mezzanines and indoor and outdoor break areas.
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The demo of the Americanan building is taking quite a while no? Really long time... I think they've been working on this for several years now. What gives?
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The demo of the Americanan building is taking quite a while no? Really long time... I think they've been working on this for several years now. What gives?
They just started on it a couple months ago. They are dismantling the building and leaving the garage. Hilcorp owns it and is using the garage for contract parking.
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HP, ABS campuses break ground in Springwoods Village

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Two new corporate campuses are taking shape in Springwoods Village.

Construction of HP's two-building campus in the CityPlace mixed-use district of Springwoods Village after ground was broken Tuesday by a venture of Patrinely Group, USAA Real Estate Co. and CDC Houston on the 378,000-square-foot campus, which will house about 2,400 employees. Completion is planned in the third quarter of 2018.

In late April, the Patrinely Group led venture started construction on CityPlace 2, a 10-story building to be occupied by American Bureau of Shipping. The 326,800-square-foot building will have 24,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.

HFF arranged construction financing for CityPlace 2 through American National Insurance Co. Completion is planned in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to the developers.




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The Nancy and Rich Kinder Building, phase III to the Museum Fine Arts of Houston Expansion, will begin construction shortly.


Via email from the Museum Park Neighborhood Association:

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Beginning next, Monday, May 22, the newly constructed Montrose Parking Garage opens to the public. On this same day, the outdoor South Lot, across Bissonnet from the Law Building, permanently closes to allow excavation and construction to begin on the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building, scheduled to open in late 2019.
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Domain on The Green Apartment, townhome complex and park for Memorial

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Domain on the Green is planned as a 9.5 acre luxury multifamily development that will include a mid-rise apartment community and a townhome community, separated by a 1.25 acre private park. It is located in a mature, affluent residential area with all the retail and recreation amenities of an infill site already in place. It’s located in the Energy Corridor, one of Houston’s largest employment districts, and in close proximity to Westchase, another large employment district. Additionally, the property is located in the highly desirable Spring Branch Independent School District, is directly adjacent to Nottingham Elementary School and is within walking distance of Stratford High School.

The proposed apartment development features a 10,000 square foot clubhouse with a resident lounge, athletic club with dry sauna, business center, conference room and an arcade room. Other amenities will include a Las Vegas inspired pool, WiFi in all the common areas and conditioned corridors. Unit amenities will include 10-foot ceilings, 8-foot doors, wood flooring, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances.

The proposed rental townhouse development will be completely separate from the apartments with its own clubhouse and pool. Common area amenities include an athletic club, a resident lounge and a large, covered outdoor lounge area. Unit amenities will include 10-foot ceilings, 8-foot doors, wood flooring, quartz countertops and upgraded stainless steel appliances such as gas ranges and under counter wine refrigerators. All units include their own private, attached, two car garage. Some units feature private backyards. The community will be gated and access controlled.



The 1.25 acre, highly landscaped private park will be centered between the apartment building and the townhome community. It will be access controlled and will feature a large patio, fountain, walking paths and a dog park.
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100 N Redemption Square - 180,000 sq ft office building at Generation Park

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Buffalo Heights owner, developer to collaborate on another nearby project

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Russell Gordy and two Houston-based companies – Midway and Lionstone Investments – are working on Buffalo Heights, a large, multiphase mixed-use district at the corner of Washington Avenue and South Heights Boulevard.

It won't be the only project that Gordy and Midway collaborate on.

Gordy and Midway – the owner and developer, respectively, of the Buffalo Heights project – intend to develop a new office tower, hotel and high-rise multifamily complex on around four acres of land adjacent to 100 Waugh, Gordy told the Houston Business Journal.

"We spent a lot of money getting that ready, and then 2014 happened," he said, referring to the oil and gas slump. "It’s just sitting there."

Gordy calls the project "Northbank," and said they'll break ground on the development once the energy market bounces back.
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Renovated downtown Houston building to add food hall

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The Jones on Main — a downtown property that’s undergoing a number of changes — reportedly will add a food hall.

The Houston Chronicle reports the food hall is expected to open in early 2018 in the JPMorgan Chase Building at 712 Main. Developers selected Austin-based Oz Rey LLC to develop and operate the food hall.

Specific concepts have not signed on to the 20,000-square-foot project yet, but it is expected to feature "chef-driven food outlets, a craft beer and curated wine bar, and art deco cocktail lounge and unique private spaces,” the Chronicle reports.

Renovations proposed at the time included connecting the two buildings at the ground level via a joint common space and adding classically inspired interior amenities throughout the space. Plans also called for a new restaurant and space for retail with sidewalk patios along Main Street and Rusk Street. The renovations were expected to be complete in early 2017.

More recently, New York-based WeWork signed a lease for approximately 86,000 square feet at 708 Main. The co-working giant is expected to move in toward the end of 2017. Houston-based custom menswear store Established Bespoke also signed a lease in The Jones on Main late last year.


Directly across the street, work to convert 723 Main into an AC Hotel by Marriott began in March.



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1818 Washington Ave The Heights

Two story retail structure proposed totaling over 26,000; sq feet



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