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I will include many development sets. A database such as this will take a long time to do for all the cities (especially since I'm an NYC guy, so I'm still learning about all of these). Numerous sets, and then once the sets are done, individual posts for new projects. But... to others, feel free to add in. Will do all the cities in the first post via sets. But sometimes, individual posts for newer projects. The sets are just to consolidate many projects into one post. Like a reference, all of the sources will be available at the bottom, under "===".

What I will do with the sets:

A) After each set is finished, there will be a link to that individual post only under the 1st post (directory). This way, its easy to see many projects. All of which could be done from the first post. Hence the "encyclopedia" style of the thread. Think of it as a table of contents.

Example Link: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...4&postcount=20

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Click the link to see what I mean. This will be in the first post keeping true to a table contents.

Feel free to add a set if anybody likes (or even a post for a new project; example being urbanizers posts: includes title, rendering, short info, source, and it stays true to the format). I'll try my best to avoid duplicates like I do with the mid/low and high NYC threads.

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Austin | The Grove at Shoal Creek | General Development

Project: The Grove at Shoal Creek



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Developers behind proposed mixed-use community The Grove at Shoal Creek have unveiled an affordable housing component in hopes of receiving Austin City Council’s approval.

The 75-acre development will be completed by Milestone Community Builders between Shoal Creek Boulevard and Bull Creek Road on land formerly owned by the Texas Department of Transportation. Apartments, townhomes, single-family homes and accessory dwelling units have been contemplated for the project so residents can live near anticipated parkland, office space and commercial retail outlets.
http://communityimpact.com/2015/08/1...k-development/
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Frisco has released plans for a 35 story five-star hotel tower.

Langham Hotels and Resorts started in London in 1865.

This will be the fourth U.S. location outside of Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York.

Here's my post.



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Nice. I wish we had more contributors here for places like El Paso, Amarillo, Midland, Corpus Christi and Galveston.
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Galveston | Falstaff Brewery Redevelopment

Project: Falstaff Brewery Redevelopment



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The former Falstaff brewery in Galveston has moved a step closer to redevelopment with a new owner and plans to convert the hulking industrial building and surrounding plot into a parking lot for cruise passengers and, later, condominiums and a boutique hotel.

Plans for the brewery building's renaissance could signal new life in an area of the island that was hard hit by Hurricane Ike in 2008.
http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...#photo-8450907
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Nice. I wish we had more contributors here for places like El Paso, Amarillo, Midland, Corpus Christi and Galveston.

A few I know of.

Mineral Wells is working on restoring the Baker Hotel, though I'm not sure how far along or feasible any of those plans are turning out to be.


https://www.flickr.com/photos/49024304@N00/673702942

Lubbock has the College Baseball Hall of Fame and Buddy Holly Hall in the works, but no highrises of any sort.


http://www.dsai.ca/projects/buddy-ho...s-and-sciences

Midland has a proposed 17 floor hotel and downtown park project which looks very nice.


http://www.mrt.com/business/article_....html?mode=jqm

Amarillo is building this downtown, an Xcel Energy office.



http://www.bizjournals.com/twincitie...-amarillo.html


I have'nt looked recently but I know there were some proposed high rises along the coast on SPI or Corpus, and all the college towns like Baylor and College Station have some nice infill projects going on.
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Houston Project Set #2:

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Perennial Hotel & Residences:



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This high-density, mixed-use project will include an office tower adjacent to a 36-story apartment/hotel. The office portion will be a 29-story, 367,000-s.f. boutique, podium-style building with eight levels of above-grade parking and 4,600 s.f. of retail at the ground level. The development is being designed to meet USGBC requirements, and is striving to achieve LEED Gold.
Bernicia Place:



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Bernicia Place is an apartment complex for the elderly being developed by Harris County Housing Authority. The complex is a 120-unit apartment community on approximately 6 acres of land. This transit oriented design (TOD) is adjacent to a major bus transit facility. The project also includes 5000 S.F. of Commercial space to respond to the commercial nature of the site.
Levy Park Renovation/Upgrade:



TMC Research Campus:



1919 Smith Renovation:



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The recently completed renovation of downtown's Mickey Leland Federal Building transformed a dark, hulking tower into an energy-efficient glass structure with a landscaped plaza welcoming visitors, many of whom visit the property on passport business.
Moody Center:



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The Moody Center for the Arts under construction at Rice University signals a change in attitude about what defines a well-rounded education in the 21st century. The $30 million building's galleries, studios, theater and classrooms will host programs that require even science and engineering students to tread into art.
HCC Coleman Campus Expansion:



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The project includes the addition of a 10 story, 248,000-square-foot facility designed to meet the needs of the Houston Medical Community and provide training for high skill and high growth occupations. The Coleman Healthcare Educational Facility will house traditional classrooms as well as simulation laboratories designed to replicate the physical surroundings to be encountered by graduate medical technicians and to instruct students on the use of state-of-the art medical equipment.
The Fulcrum:



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1) 400,000 Sq ft.
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Ellington Airport (Spaceport):



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The Federal Aviation Administration granted a launch site license to make Ellington Airport the 10th commercial spaceport in the U.S., the Houston Airport System announced June 30.
Now, HAS can turn its attention to establishing the required infrastructure and support facilities needed to accommodate reusable launch vehicles, which will launch horizontally like commercial aircraft, rather than vertically.
The spaceport could be used to launch micro satellites, train astronauts, conduct zero-gravity experiments, manufacture spacecraft and other potential activities, HAS said.
River Oaks Senior:



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The Village of River Oaks will be a 195-unit senior housing community located at 1015 S, Shepherd Dr., near the intersection of South Shepherd and Allen Parkway. It will offer independent living, assisted living and memory care units and will be managed by Retirement Center Management, an affiliate of Bridgewood Property Co., which is developing the project with Harrison Real Estate Capital.
Uptown Park:





The Hudson:



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- 350,000 SF, Two & Three Level Shell Retail & Entertainment Podium
- 242,000 SF, Shell Office Loft Building
The Tanglewood:



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Multifamily development by Transwestern planned off of Wood Hollow Dr. on 3.1 acres.
Gateway Park:



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Gateway Park is a high-end, mixed-use development in West Houston located on the Northeast corner of I-10 and Barker Cypress Road. Immediately adjacent to the Texas Medical West Campus, Gateway Park will be the first high rise development viewed when entering the Energy Corridor from the West on the Katy Freeway. The project will be easily accessed by direct on/off ramps in both directions on I-10.
Camden McGowen Station:



Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2:



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The Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2 (HBSB 2) integrates teaching, research and clinical programs in the second phase of the development of the Univ. of Houston’s biomedical campus. The nine-story facility provides a new home for the College of Pharmacy and three floors of expanded research space for the university-wide Dept. of Research. These consolidated lab facilities will promote critical workforce training in the pharmaceutical and biomedical sectors, while its flexible lab spaces will support translational research and collaboration among pharmacological research groups.
Energy Corridor Transit Center: ***



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Grisby Square:



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10300 Katy Freeway :



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District at Memorial is a new apartment development by Simpson Property Group currently under construction at 10300 Katy Freeway, Houston. The development has a total of 327 units.
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Republic Square:



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Renderings of Republic Square reveal a 35-acre mixed-use development proposed in the heart of Houston's Energy Corridor between Interstate 10 and Memorial Drive, bordering Terry Hershey Park.

The developer, PM Realty Group, is committing $1 billion to building a bustling mixed-use community of upscale apartments, outdoor restaurants, hotels and high-rise office towers housing companies seeking to recruit a younger generation of workers who value the outdoors, collaboration with colleagues and an abundance of amenities.
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1) http://zieglercooper.com/confidentia...development-2/
2) http://gsmarchitects.net/projects/bernicia.html
3) http://uli.org/wp-content/uploads/UL...edicalCity.pdf
4) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...#photo-8303541
5) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/ente...#photo-8304446
6) http://www.hccs.edu/district/departm...224316-en.html
7) http://www.fulcrumhouston.com/ *
8) http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...spaceport.html
9) http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...-construction/
10) http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...g/#entry505147
11) http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...y/#entry504239
12) http://www.labdesignnews.com/news/20...street-houston
13) http://www.energycorridor.org/sites/...tion-SMALL.pdf **
14) https://www.buzzbuzzhome.com/district-at-memorial
15) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...gy-6290852.php
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Directory Update #2:

Added a new section to the directory (1st post):

A) Project Set links
B) For now Houston only, but will expand to other places.
C) Links provide a quick way to view many projects and info. Will become efficient ways to view projects without wondering what page its on. Once the thread gets bigger, this saves a lot of time.

Possible additions:

A) I might have a section for Maps. Essentially useful development maps that show many projects. Will make links for those in the directory. One was posted so far. I'll see if I can dig some up. Maps will be separated by city.

B) Will add more threads to the "useful threads" section. These feature sub form threads like transit or metro news.

More to come...

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HOUSTON | SkyHouse River Oaks | 284 FT / 87 M | 25 FLOORS | Completed

Project Update: Skyhouse River Oaks


c/o Simpson Property Group

The 352-unit Skyhouse River Oaks, second in Houston and fourth in Texas, opened to tenants this summer.

http://www.simpsonpropertygroup.com/...-oaks-downtown
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DALLAS | Trammel Crow Center Development | FT | FLOORS

Project: Trammell Crow Center Development



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The owners of one of downtown Dallas’ landmark skyscrapers – the Trammell Crow Center – will start construction by as soon as late this year on a major addition to the property.

JP Morgan bought the 2.7-acre parking lot at Ross and Olive Street last summer. Since then the new owners have been working on development plans for the property.

The biggest share of the proposed building will include 2,200 parking spaces, which will add to the office leasing appeal for the 30-year-old, 1.2 million square-foot Trammell Crow Center.

The current design includes more than 350 apartment units, a 200-room hotel and about 25,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space on the ground floor.

JP Morgan is also working with architects on plans for a general overhaul of the Trammell Crow Center, which is one of Dallas’ top office projects
http://bizbeatblog.dallasnews.com/20...nd-hotel.html/
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HOUSTON | Post Office Redevelopment | FT | FLOORS

Project: Post Office Redevelopment



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Lovett Commercial has closed on the 16-acre U.S. Post Office site in downtown.

The Houston-based developer, which builds neighborhood shopping centers and urban redevelopment, did not elaborate on plans in a statement announcing the purchase. Previously, Lovett said it expects “to attract multiple uses such as retail, creative office, residential and/or a boutique hotel. Tenants that we have visited with are extremely excited about the project, its location and the possibilities.”
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"It's extremely rare to find a downtown site with direct, easy access to Interstate 10, Interstate 45 and numerous adjacent neighborhoods in Houston,” Burdette Huffman, vice president for Lovett Commercial, said in a statement. “Our goal is to create a very special mixed-use development that leverages the Bayou, the theater district and the significant scale of the property."
http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...d-use-project/

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Thanks for the updates guys.

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Nice rundown of downtown Amarillo developments.

http://downtownamarillo.publishpath.com/development
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I finally updated the list of new towers that are going up in the central core for Downtown Dallas. I had left off several projects on my prior list that are now included and there have been several new announcements as well that are now reflected.

I think this is fairly comprehensive for the central core; if I have missed any projects or have inaccurate information please feel free to comment. Thanks!


View of Downtown Dallas from Azure; Bleu Ciel is rising a block north


Panoramic night view of Downtown Dallas from Azure; Bleu Ciel is rising a block north

New towers for Downtown Dallas and the central core:

Under Construction, 16 towers:

33 story Bleu Ciel residential tower
30 story Katy Station residential tower
25 story Skyhouse Victory Place residential tower
23 story The Jordan residential tower
23 story Ascent 1 residential tower (2 tower complex on shared podium)
21 story Ascent 2 residential tower (2 tower complex on shared podium)
22 story The McKenzie residential tower
22 story Frost Bank office tower
21 story McKinney & Olive mixed use tower
21 story One Uptown residential tower
18 story The Brady residential tower
18 story Hall Arts office tower
14 story 1900 Cedar Springs residential tower
12 story 1920 McKinney office tower
10 story Baylor Hospital expansion
7 story One Harwood, "Rolex" office tower, Harwood International


Groundbreakings imminent, 7 towers:

40-60 story J.P.Morgan Chase mixed use tower (next to Trammell Crow Center), before end of year
25 story The Union Dallas office tower, 16 stories on top of shared parking podium, before end of year
23 story 1900 Pearl ("Symphony" Arts District tower), Lincoln Property, Sep. 25, 2015 per FAA schedule
23 story Hines Victory office tower, Sep. 30, 2015 per FAA schedule
22 story Cinepolis residential tower, Sep. 1, 2015 per FAA schedule
19 story Park District office tower, Trammell Crow, before end of year
18 story Oliver & Central residential tower, January 2016


Planned, 40 towers:

50-100 story Perot Tower
Twin 80 story and twin 60 story towers (4 tower complex near Dallas City Hall), Sarimsakci Development
Harwood Forum complex, Harwood International mixed use towers (3.2 million sq ft of condos, office, hotel, retail):
-- twin ~80-81 story towers (connected by skybridge)
-- ~40-50 story tower
-- ~30 story tower (curvy design)
-- ~30 story Harwood XII office tower
70 story and 60 story residential towers, Pacific Plaza, Sarimsakci Development
50+ story The Lexi mixed use tower, Harwood International
46 story Cityplace mixed use tower
45 story Hall Arts mixed use tower
39 story 2121 Flora Atelier Arts District mixed use tower
39 story South Asian Museum, mixed use tower, Field@Woodall Rodgers Expwy
34 story Residences at Park District residential tower, Trammell Crow
29 story Hall Arts residential tower
29 story The Union Dallas residential tower, shared parking podium
29 story The Oliver residential tower, Harwood International
24 story Streetlights Hall & Howell residential tower
24 story 2826 No. Harwood office tower, Harwood International
23 story "M" Line Streetlights residential tower
23 story "2921 Lemmon Ave." mixed use tower, hotel and residential
20-25 story Hillwood Urban 1, office tower
20-25 story Hillwood Urban 2, office tower
20 story Ltd Edition 2505 residential tower
19 story "Club Babalu" residential tower
17 story "Old Warsaw" office tower (14 story + ~3 story crown)
~17 story Dream Hotel
~17 story Virgin Hotel
Twin 17 story towers, The Case Building, Westdale Deep Ellum residential towers
~16 story 1640 Edison, Design District office tower
~15 story "Union Bankers Life" mixed use tower, Deep Ellum
Spire Development, mixed use:
-- 30 story hotel
-- 30 story office
-- 21 story office
-- 13 story residential
12 story Two Arts office tower, Lucy Billingsley


Not announced:

Tim Headington holdings (across from The Joule Hotel and across from Fountain Place office tower)
Jack Matthews holdings (old "Dallas High School", West Dallas and The Cedars)
Hunt/Woodbine holdings (Reunion/Union Station)
High Speed Rail development (possible tower or towers as part of HSR complex)

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Thanks skys the limit. I added your post to a link in the first post as its worthy for the directory.

It Will be under Dallas Project Sets.

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I don't post this list I keep on SSP too much, but for what it's worth:

Here's Rev. 12 of my 2015 list of the Tallest Austin Projects that are at least 10-stories and/or 100'. There are 58 high rise projects on this list, and one of them - #53 - is envisioned as six towers. The projects that don't have publicly released height information are at the bottom of the list. As usual, the highlighted projects are either U/C or underway with site prep and are financed. The projects with a strike through were completed in 2015.




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AUSTIN | Austin Convention Center Expansion & Hotel | FEET | FLOORS

Project: Austin Convention Center Expansion & Hotel



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A proposal to expand the existing Austin Convention Center westward could help provide enough extra meeting space for larger conventions, said Mark Tester, director of the city’s Convention Center Department.

Gensler ultimately proposed expanding Austin Convention Center to the west, adding 200,000 square feet of exhibit space, 65,000 square feet of meeting space and a 56,700-square-foot ballroom as well as additional underground parking and loading dock space.

The city proposal also calls for a 3-acre “urban park” atop the expanded convention center, Tester said.
http://communityimpact.com/2015/08/2...ter-expansion/
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