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Project: Allen Parkway and Gillette



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Now known as The Allen, condo and hotel tower planned for Phase I.


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Thanks Urbannizer for all of the updates. Also thank you for the speedy response when it comes to thread status being changed. The one mod that responds very quickly and gets the job done!

Along with everybody else as well who has helped turn this thread into a great resource.

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^^ Thank you Chris, for not only the updates but all the work you've put together for the forum as well!! You're the man!
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GIS Development Map for Austin: http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/vi...f9ed8df5ece62f

Will add to the GIS section of the directory. (Will replace an older version). This one is chock full of details.
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GIS Development Map for Austin: http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/vi...f9ed8df5ece62f

Will add to the GIS section of the directory. (Will replace an older version). This one is chock full of details.
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Project: Residences at La Colombe d'Or



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Steve Zimmerman, the hotel's longtime owner, and real estate development firm Hines said Monday they will partner on what will be a 34-story building to be called the Residences at La Colombe d'Or.

With 285 high-end apartments, the building is scheduled to break ground during the second quarter of next year.

The new tower is being planned for a site just behind the original mansion in place of a parking lot and the ballroom, which Zimmerman says will be replaced on another site nearby at some point in the future. The owner plans to save the existing wood paneling and fixtures to reuse in the new ballroom. The hotel will remain in place.
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Developer eyes new high-rise residences for Dallas' popular West Village
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September 6, 2016

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One of the first apartment projects built in what is now Uptown is being considered for redevelopment.

The Gables Turtle Creek rental community at Cole and Lemmon avenues was built in 1994 and is across the street from the popular West Village retail complex.
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Developer Gables Residential wants to start tearing down its 22-year-old apartments to replace part of the complex with taller construction.
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"Currently the site is entitled for 378 units," she said.
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Gables is asking for city approval to build a tower of about 20 stories on part of the 7-acre site. The block fronting Blackburn Street would remain low-rise construction.

"It's zoned for residential, and we'd be happy to keep it that way or go mixed-use if that's what the community wants," Slade said. "Phase one of our redevelopment would be along Lemmon, where there is heavier traffic."

Gables has already begun meetings with residents in the area and is talking with potential architects.
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^ Would that be the tallest in B/CS?
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Dallas - 10 Floors - Residential

White Rock Lake seniors community adds residential tower
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October 11, 2016



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C. C. Young said it will build the $84 million building at its 20-acre campus on East Mockingbird Lane at Lawther Drive.

The 325,000-square-foot project will include 221 residential units for assited living and memory care residents as well as skilled nursing and rehabilitation patients.
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The tower which overlooks White Rock Lake is set to open in mid 2018.
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^ Would that be the tallest in B/CS?
No, the tower next door(The Rise at Northgate) is a few floors taller. I think it may be the tallest locally, Emporis lists it as ~219 feet.

I'm actually not sure what B/CS's tallest building is. The list on Emporis seems wrong and may not take into consideration the "control tower" on top of the Eller building on the TAMU campus. Also I can't find how tall Kyle Field is. And, I'm not sure how tall the Plaza Hotel was, it was imploded in 2012 but was likely the tallest building in the city.

In any case, there are 5 or 6 "true highrises" over 10 floors in College Station already.
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http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee...40-and.html#g7

Article out today by the IBJ, Houston's metro area projected to grow by 66.7% between now and 2040, from 6.6 million now to 11+ million by 2040.

Thanks to Slyfox for posting this link in the Houston thread. The article lists many Texas metros on here and their respective population projections. Here are they are:


Austin-Round Rock, TX
2015 Population: 2,000,860
2040 Projection: 3,971,820 (+98.5% change)

Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX
2015 Population: 6,656,947
2040 Projection: 11,098,843 (+66.7% change)

San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX
2015 Population: 2,384,075
2040 Projection: 3,750,542 (+57.3% change)

Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX
2015 Population: 7,102,288
2040 Projection: 10,903,288 (+53.5% change)

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX
2015 Population: 842,304
2040 Projection: 1,274,681 (+51.3% change)


So, my first thought is, "Wow!" That's some crazy growth. My second thought is that I don't see Houston passing DFW in population...but maybe I'm wrong.
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FRISCO | Domain at The Gate | 5 +3 Floors (Numerous) | 350 Units

Project: Domain at The Gate (350 Units)



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Embrey Partners finalized its agreement to build a multimillion-dollar, three- to five-story upscale apartment community — called the Domain at The Gate — totaling 350 units at the Dallas North Tollway and John Hickman Parkway in Frisco, which is north of the Dallas Cowboys new headquarters and practice facility.

Upon signing the agreement on Sept. 30, Embrey Partners has begun construction on the site, said John Kirk, executive vice president of Embrey Partners.

"We are underway with the project and excited to be in Frisco's $5 Billion Mile off the Tollway," Kirk told the Dallas Business Journal."There was a lot of buzz and a lot of competition for the site.
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Emporis Stats for Various Texan Cities: 10-18-16


Dallas:

Code:
732	low-rise building
300	high-rise building
74	skyscraper
14 under construction
32 planned
Houston:

Code:
2,918	low-rise building
513	high-rise building
133	skyscraper
72 under construction
145 planned
Austin:

Code:
759	low-rise building
193	high-rise building
41	skyscraper
17 under construction
22 planned
Fort Worth:

Code:
444	low-rise building
52	high-rise building
8 skyscraper
2 under construction
5 planned
The Woodlands:

Code:
80	low-rise building
15	high-rise building
3	skyscraper
5	under construction
8	planned
Galveston:

Code:
80	low-rise building
27	high-rise building
3	skyscraper
6	 planned
El Paso:

Code:
447	low-rise building
17	high-rise building
3  planned
Arlington:

Code:
153	low-rise building
7	high-rise building
Plano:

Code:
229	low-rise building
13	high-rise building
2  under construction
6  planned
Corpus Christi:

Code:
138	low-rise building
23	high-rise building
3	planned
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Developer eyes hotel tower for Uptown site near Maple Avenue
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November 1, 2016



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Alamo Manhattan Corp. proposes to build a hotel - not more apartments - on a half-block site off Maple Avenue near Turtle Creek.

The 19-story, 220-room hotel would sit on a site now occupied mostly by a condominium complex.

"It's a great opportunity for a full-service hotel," said Alamo Manhattan CEO Matt Segrest.
"Everybody loves Uptown and there is a demand for this hotel.

"We are looking for something different with this project."
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He said the hotel would be created using Marriott's new luxury modern design program.

WDG Architecture designed the brick and glass building, which will include a ground floor restaurant and about 12,500 square feet of meeting space.

"Our sweet spot is the professional business traveller," Segrest said. "One thing Uptown is lacking is good meeting space - the demand is huge."

To build the hotel Alamo Manhattan must obtain increased development density from the city. Segrest said the firm is starting to meet with neighborhood groups and city planners about the project.

If everything goes as planned, construction would start in 2018 with an almost 2-year building period.


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Now known as The Allen, condo and hotel tower planned for Phase I.


http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/m/gansu...t_26559908.htm

所以....什么时候这个项目开始的?
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