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High-rise residential building in the works for Irving’s Las Colinas

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Legacy Partners - one of the country's top apartment developers - has contracted to purchase a 5-acre site on Las Colinas Boulevard east of State Highway 114.

The vacant tract is on the south shore of Lake Carolyn.

"The site has lot of lake frontage," said Legacy Partners' Spencer Stuart. "It will be 17 or 18 stories with a great view across the lake and views of downtown Dallas."

Stuart said the tower will be surrounded by 4-story apartments in the same development.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Courtlandt | FT | 28 FLOORS

Project: The Courlandt



Site bounded by Elgin/Spur 527/Stuart/Smith

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This 150-unit, apartment tower is designed in an urban setting with a food and beverage component on the ground level. The project is a podium type facility with parking capacity to support the residents and a number of food and beverage facilities on site and on neighboring sites.
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Project: The Courlandt



Site bounded by Elgin/Spur 527/Stuart/Smith



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McKinney/Boll: A “Small” 18-Story Tower for Uptown



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Uptown residents will gladly be losing a neighborhood bar to see in its place an 18-story, 120-unit residential tower with a street-level restaurant.

Dallas Cothrum of Masterplan Consultants talked the City Plan Commission into recommending a Planned Development Subdistrict for his client, thus paving the way for the construction of the McKinney/Boll Tower at 2614 McKinney Ave. (southeast corner of McKinney Avenue and Boll Street).
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Cothrum has been laying the groundwork for this project for about a year now, meeting with neighbors and the Oak Lawn Committee to work out the details of a development they can live beside.

A two-story building on the site will be demolished. It’s been operating as some kind of bar or lounge since 2003 and since 2005 has been The Idle Rich Pub; there’s an appropriate name for a gentrified neighborhood.

Based on his meetings with the local stakeholders, Cothrum said their primary concern was that there not be another bar.

The project owners, Mockingbird Venture Partners LLC and M&M Venture LLC, agreed and in its place plan a 55-seat, 5,000-square-foot restaurant with valet service to ensure patrons to the establishment do not stack cars into the street. A potential for traffic congestion was another pet peeve of the residents.
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Another consideration in the design that Cothrum mentioned at the Dec. 1 public hearing was to mass the building’s maximum height toward McKinney and away from State Thomas, a historic neighborhood of single family, one story homes. The building has a tiered height and a rooftop pool faces State Thomas on the lower level. By right, there was no setback relief required, but the developers volunteered a setback to build consensus in their favor.

Residents of the McKinney/Boll Tower will have underground parking that is separate from the restaurant. The second story will be dedicated for a retail use.
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Harwood International has posted a sign on the former "The Oliver" site.

Building will occupy surface lot bound by: Harwood St., Moody St., McKinnon St. and 2525 McKinnon office building.

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Looks to be an office development. Great location!
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LUBBOCK | Memorial Civic Center Hotel | FT | 16 FLOORS

Project: Memorial Civic Center Hotel



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The Lubbock City Council approved a market feasibility study for a Civic Center Hotel on Thursday night. The vote was 7-0.

The TIF voted in its Nov. 7 meeting to ask the council for the study after accepting a recommendation from its committee charged with studying the viability and recommending an owner for a civic center hotel.

The recommendation, after looking at proposals from two companies that operate hotels in Lubbock, was for Pearl Hospitality to be the private partner in what is anticipated to be a public/private partnership.

The hotel would begin construction sometime in 2018 after the design is complete for the hotel and common area. According to Moffett, the owner of the hotel would pay 2/3 of the architectural and design costs and the city would pay 1/3 of the costs.

The 300-bed hotel is expected to cost a total of $86 million. That includes the $16 million participation by the city for the portion that the city owns. The initial study says that the projected occupancy rate the first year is 63 percent, at an average rate of $165.
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Gables announced two more residential buildings in addition to the 20-story high-rise.

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  • One 12-story building
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Great all around updates guys!

Thanks

Also as a reminder, as this compilation differs from the highrise/midrise ones, feel free to add mid rises as well. All is welcome. Statewide essentially.

Any new GIS maps or map directories are always welcomed as well. I'll add them to the front page (op) as a resource along with crediting the finder.
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Irving Convention Center hotel:
  • Westin
  • 13 floors

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Proposed office tower designed by BOKA Powell for Heritage Creekside, a mixed-use development in Plano.

Via Rosewood:

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Heritage Creekside is a mixed-use project in Plano, Texas located on the President George Bush Turnpike and Custer Road.

The employment center allows for 2.3 million square feet of office space in office towers with up to twenty-story height limits.
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Front page updated for 2017 with new cities added to the list: Frisco, College Station, Midland, Lubbock and El Paso.
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As of Jan, 26th, 2017:

Dallas

Under Construction: 15, Down 1
Proposed: 46, Up 9
Recently Completed: 2

Fort Worth

Under Construction: 2
Proposed: 4, Up 1

Plano

Under Construction: 3, Down 1
Proposed: 7, Up 1
Recently Completed: 1

Frisco

Under Construction: 1
Proposed: 2

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Houston

Under Construction: 20, Down 12
Proposed: 68, Up 5
Recently Completed: 11

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Austin

Under Construction: 14 (no change)
Proposed: 24, Down 5
Recently Completed: 3

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San Antionio

Under Construction: 0 Removed - below required height/floor count
Proposed: 6

Previous update recorded: 4/23/2016

*Total may not be the same as the front page due to some projects consisting of more than one high-rise.
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As of Jan, 26th, 2017:

Dallas

Under Construction: 15, Down 1
Proposed: 46, Up 9
Recently Completed: 2

Fort Worth

Under Construction: 2
Proposed: 4, Up 1

Plano

Under Construction: 3, Down 1
Proposed: 7, Up 1
Recently Completed: 1

Frisco

Under Construction: 1
Proposed: 2

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Houston

Under Construction: 20, Down 12
Proposed: 68, Up 5
Recently Completed: 11

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Austin

Under Construction: 14 (no change)
Proposed: 24, Down 5
Recently Completed: 3

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San Antionio

Under Construction: 0 Removed - below required height/floor count
Proposed: 6

Previous update recorded: 4/23/2016

*Total may not be the same as the front page due to some projects consisting of more than one high-rise.
Austin construction is crazy considering its size.
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Austin construction is crazy considering its size.
Houston and Dallas are beasts. These places have been booming for the last 5 years+. Dallas especially. Some of the infill has really transformed the area.

Some solid high rises as well. Quite a fan of the mid rises and mixed used developments rising.



Dallas Encyclopedia by Jon Brown, on Flickr

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Front page updated for 2017 with new cities added to the list: Frisco, College Station, Midland, Lubbock and El Paso.
Great work. Thanks.
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Missing and U/C for Frisco:

3201 Dallas Parkway Office Tower - 12 Floors
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As of Jan, 26th, 2017:

Austin

Under Construction: 14 (no change)
Proposed: 24, Down 5
Recently Completed: 3

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How you define "Proposed?" Simply as that? Or are you including towers that have been approved (but, not as yet U/C) and towers working through the entitlement process?

When including towers approved and/or working through the entitlement process with "proposed," Austin's CBD , alone, has 20 structures in the works. And that's only structures over 200' in height.

Just curious.

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Given Chris08876's allowance of mid-rises, I'll put this here.

Trammell Crow's New Oak Lawn Community - Alexan Maple
  • six-floors, 75'
  • 340 units
  • two levels underground parking
  • completion 4Q 2018
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How you define "Proposed?" Simply as that? Or are you including towers that have been approved (but, not as yet U/C) and towers working through the entitlement process?

When including towers approved and/or working through the entitlement process with "proposed," Austin's CBD , alone, has 20 structures in the works. And that's only structures over 200' in height.

Just curious.

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The latter. I omitted an approved section simply because it'll be a bit difficult to keep track of for every city.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Village of Southampton | FT | 17 FLOORS

Project: The Village of Southampton



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Bridgewood Property Co. has purchased a 1-acre property near Rice Village for a 17-story apartment high-rise for seniors offering an urban location with skyline views.

The Houston-based company expects to start construction on The Village of Southampton in 12 months. It closed on the property at the northwest corner of Kelvin and Robinhood this week.

The building, planned for 175 units, will be similar in height to the adjacent 17-story condo building, The Robinhood. It will be by far the tallest of the company's 25 projects across the county.
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