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Old Posted Aug 9, 2018, 1:05 AM
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Midtown: A Place For Millennials To Eat, Play And Sleep

Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/...medium=Browser

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...Midtown absorbed roughly 1,400 apartment units in the last year, which represents roughly 10% of all multifamily absorption in Houston during the same time period, according to JLL. Developers expect the demand to continue. JLL reports there are about 2,400 units under construction in Midtown to be completed by early 2021. ...
Realty News: Multifamily Occupancy Up Sharply in Downtown Houston

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Downtown Houston has more than 8,000 residents, up from 3,800 in 2012 when the city began its Downtown Living Initiative, according to a new report by the Central Houston organization.
Not necessarily corroborated by these articles, but it feels like the Main St spine has finally started filling in the huge gaps right along the rail (especially in Midtown).
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They're still naming anonymous, drab, and boring buildings "Towne Centre 3" and "Energy Centre VI" ??

Sheeesh.
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Memorial Hermann TMC Expansion


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Museum District: The Mondrian
93', 20 units, adjacent to Asia Society on Caroline St





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Med Center: Marriot Residence Inn
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Med Center: South Main Apartments at Holcombe
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Museum District: MFAH expansion, Kinder Building by Steven Holl





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Coca-Cola's 15-acre West U site drawing attention from mixed-use developers

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Well-known Houston mixed-use developers are showing "incredible" interest in a site that Dallas-based Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages recently listed on the market, according to the brokers marketing the property.

Coca-Cola is selling six of its seven Houston industrial and warehouse facilities and will consolidate its Bayou City operations into a 1 million-square-foot facility in north Houston in 2020. CBRE’s Brendan Lynch, Darin Gosda and Glynn Mireles are marketing the properties on behalf of Coca-Cola.

Lynch and Gosda are marketing the company's largest and most competitively positioned property: a 15.58-acre site and warehouse property at 2800 Bissonnet in the West University Place neighborhood. It's drawn interest from developers that'll likely transform the site into a vertical mixed-use development, Lynch said, and should sell near the end of 2018 or the first quarter of 2019.
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I know this Bissonnet location very well. I've stayed at the adjacent Marriott many times, and have often wondered when that out-of-place, ugly warehouse development would be sold and razed. It's about time. Can't wait to see something nice go up on that tract.
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