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^Yeah, like the rest of the US coast isn't polluted yet people swim and live near the sea. But I don't hear you complaining about the other coastlines!

How bout the air you breathe where you live, full of particulates from all the pollution from the northern part of the country, especially when the wind blows south. From all the industries, power plants, etc. You may not see it but it's there.

I really think your comment was off base here. Stick to the thread next time.
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^ Well, the beach has it's good days, and bad days around Corpus Christi/Port Aransas. We've gone down and seen some trash on the beach, of course stuff that has washed up possibly from the jetty. And other times when there wasn't any at all. Overall the beaches are clean, it's the intercoastal channels and the like that get nasty at times. I've seen some nasty pictures of Galveston waters in Texas Parks & Wildlife magazines. These articles of course were zeroing in on the trash though since that was the topic of the article.

Far South Texas is still generally clean. Anything south of Corpus Christi is really quite nice. Some of the most untouched land in the entire state is around there. There's places along the southern tip of Texas where you can walk the beach for HOURS, all day even and not see another person anywhere.
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Are there any renderings of the 30 story condos yet?
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Yup. here it is:


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Here's a newsbit about 'Azul Island Loft Condominiums':

Developers unveil plans for new, resort-style condominiums
By DAISY MARTINEZ
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Posted on Apr 13, 06 | 12:00 am
http://www.brownsvilleherald.com/com...=70215_0_3_0_C

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, April 13, 2006 – Developers announced the construction of the 10-story Azul Island Loft Condominiums, which will offer a resort-style living.

Last week, developers, brokers and the team working on this development hosted a reception at Amberjack’s Bayside Bar and Grill to unveil the concept and design of the $20 million project, to be constructed at the 5201 Padre Blvd.

Developer Zeeve Tasel said his inspiration for this concept came from his visits to Miami.

“I travel often to Miami and saw the developments going on there,” Tasel said. “I saw there was a similar opportunity (on the Island) because it is growing and there are more people looking to invest money here.”

The developer said the bay side condominiums will be affordable to people who can’t or don’t want to pay for beach front condominiums.

“I think a bay view is nicer than a beach view,” Tasel said. “You can see the breeze and enjoy it at night as well.”

One of the brokers of the project, Marie Ferrier of Gulf Coast Fine Coastal Properties, said this development will explore an “unanswered need for this particular kind of condominiums on the Island.”

“This project has a more creative design with resort quality amenities,” Ferrier said. “And the prices are better than the beach-view condos.”
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Ocean Tower SPI will be 470 ft.

How 'bout that!

Future SPI condo to rise 470 feet
By AMANDA HARRIS
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Mar 07, 2006 - 08:45:08 CST
http://www.valleystar.com/articles/2...ocal_news4.txt

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND - The highest structure from South Padre Island west to Laredo will soon stand upon the north end of the Island, developers said last week.

The future high-rise condominium, beach spa and club known as Ocean Tower SPI will rise 470 feet.

At a ground-breaking ceremony last week, Antun Domit, the owner of Ocean Tower SPI, spoke of the importance of continuing to make the Island a popular destination for vacationers from throughout the United States and the world.

"People are starting to realize where (South Padre Island) is and that we do exist," Domit said.

Almost 100 units of the tower's planned 158 condos have been sold prior to the start of construction, Domit said.

There will be 1,480-square-foot two-bedroom units, 1,808 and 1,856-square-foot three-bedroom units and 3,025 and 3,615-square-foot five-bedroom penthouses available, Domit said.

The two-bedroom condo prices start at $599,000 and the three-bedroom prices start at $675,000. About $1.7 million is needed to call the penthouses home, according to the project's Web site.

The tower is outside SPI's town limits and falls in the jurisdiction of Cameron County. But before the tower is completed in two to two and half years, the property will be annexed by SPI, Domit said.

Annexation would allow the Island to supply emergency services to Ocean Tower's future residents.

Construction plans follow the county's building codes, which Domit said are similar to the town's codes.

The developers plan to install windows capable of resisting winds as high as 160 mph, and the structure is designed to withstand wind speeds as strong as 250 mph, Domit said.

Domit said his goal for the project is to construct a luxurious structure with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a movie room, a playroom and playground for children, a restaurant and a business center.

"Everything is going to be top-of-the-line," he said.
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Oh, I also noticed on the oceantowerspi.com site that it lists 31 floors, with floors 25-31 being penthouse level.
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Cotton Yard at the Port of Corpus Christi

New development planned for port
April 26, 2006 04:28 PM
http://www.kristv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4817616

CORPUS CHRISTI - 6 News has a sneak peak at a new retail, residential, and recreational project planned for the port area. It's going to be called "The Cotton Yard at the Port of Corpus Christi" and will sit right next to Whataburger Field.

The new project, is one more piece of the development plan for the port area. It's being described as a hybrid project, with office, retail, and eventually residential units.

It's a two part project with Phase I consisting of 40,000 square feet of office and condominium space in three separate buildings, which basically overlook the right field fence of Whataburger Field. Phase II would be another 40,000 square feet in one building. The idea of the plan is to stimulate activity in the area, much how Whataburger Field has already done.

"I think anything that's people friendly, that brings more pedestrians into the waterfront is a big plus for the entire city, not just the Port of Corpus Christi," said port chairman Ruben Bonilla.

Organizers thinks the project will capitalize on the success of Whataburger Field, with nearly 5,000 cars coming through the area some nights for a Hooks game - restaurants could flourish. By the way, the hotel planned for that area is still in the works.

As for a time table on the project, that will depend on the pre sale of the units inside those buildings, so basically a quicker response, will mean a quicker ground breaking.
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Here's a couple of other projects for Corpus:

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Developer shares Padre Island plans with residents
April 14, 2006 05:35 PM CDT

PADRE ISLAND - The developer who plans to build a world class resort next to Packery Channel shared some of the plans with residents who live on Padre Island.

The sketches shown to island residents on Thursday represent somewhere between $400 million and $1.3 billion of Padre Island Development. The northern end will be called "The Village at North Padre Island" Complete with a world class hotel, which could stand 10 stories high, along with numerous condos and shops.

On the south end, you'll find "Beach Walk Village" with about 400 beach houses, a small hotel and more stores and restaurants. A boardwalk connects the entire project, but don't expect to find your typical restaurants.

"We think it's much more interesting to have people run them that you know and when you come back next year you remember you visited with them the year before. We very much believe in local content," said Gulf Shores Venture developer Paul Schexnailder.

The developer said a beach free of cars was necessary. Now a petition drive is trying to get the cars back on the beach.

"This resort is not gonna go in, at the quality that we have planned, nor the scale we have planned if the beach does not become pedestrian resort quality," he said. Developers said opposition is not a deal breaker, "I think it's an issue that been alive for a long time in the community and I'm not surprised at it. Everybody has difference of opinion, that's part of where we live, the country we live in, I don't think it's unique to Corpus Christi." What would be unique is the type of resort never before seen here in Corpus Christi.

There's been speculation that a company called Intrawest will manage the resort. While Schexnailder didn't confirm that, he did say anyone interested in the company's track record could check out it's Web site Intrawest.com. The company currently runs resorts in places like Aspen, Colorado, Orlando, Florida and Napa Valley, California.

http://www.kristv.com/Global/story.a...&nav=menu192_2










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BOARDWALK BY THE BAY

CORPUS CHRISTI (Caller.com) – A major amusement park called Boardwalk by the Bay is coming to Shoreline Drive on Corpus Christi Bay. The Corpus Christi City Council selected TRT Holdings to redevelop the dilapidated Municipal Coliseum, and company officials are in ongoing negotiations with the city about the details. The outdated coliseum will likely be razed for parking for the amusement park.

TRT Holdings is owned by multibillionaire Robert Rowling, a former Corpus Christi resident who owns 550 Gold’s Gym health clubs; Waldo’s, a dollar store chain in Mexico; and 40 Omni Hotels.

Preliminary plans call for a carousel, game arcade, bumper cars, go-cart racing, miniature golf, an entertainment venue, rolling chair swing, spinning coaster and boutique retail shops. A controversial 100-foot Ferris wheel is also part of the plan.

TRT has no experience in developing amusement parks, so it has contracted with Minick Associates and William L. Haralson Inc., both of which have experience in the field.

TRT Vice President Michael Smith says the development is part strategy and part hometown loyalty for Robert Rowling. The strategy is to entice tourists to downtown, where TRT owns 22 percent of the surface area of the Downtown Management District including two Omni hotels.





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Troy, can you switch the Azul Island Loft Condominiums to under construction in NIKKI's thread? Or NIKKI, can you do that?

Also the Ocean Towers SPI should be listed as under construction now for this thread.


Some encouraging news there in Corpus Christi also. Although I'm not sure about that amusement park at the coliseum location. I don't know. The article mentions a hotel also, I had heard something about that. Possibly a new convention center hotel. That's been a while though, like 2 years ago.

Does anyone know the exact location for that 10-story hotel in Corpus Christi, "The Village at North Padre Island". Is that actually in Corpus Christi, in a suburb?


By the way, I've sent some emails to try and get more information about the Ocean and Island Grove Condominiums. The Ocean Grove Condominiums is being designed by Morgan Spear Associates. They're the firm that designed the Shoreline Plaza Towers in Corpus Christi.

Check Emporis, I've updated these building's pages.
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Has actual foundation work begun for Ocean Tower SPI?
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great pictures! great region to focus on as well.

been to other similar forums/websites.. but this one actually has posters who know a bit about this area.

i've been in curious in Corpus for awhile now.. and from these pictures.. I gotta say I'm even more curious about San Padre Island!
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I gotta say I'm even more curious about San Padre Island!
^ That's South Padre Island. And actually South Padre Island is referring to the town of South Padre Island, Texas. The island itself is called just "Padre Island".

However, Corpus Christi isn't on Padre Island, it's on the mainland. Padre Island is a barrier island less than a mile offshore. And Padre Island is actually located about 50 miles down the coast from Corpus Christi. The nearest islands to Corpus Christi are Mustang Island, (this is where Port Aransas is located), and San Jose Island which is undeveloped and is privately owned.

Map of the Texas Gulf Coast. Padre Island isn't listed, but it lies south of Corpus Christi and stretches all the way to Mexico.
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/spdest/f...st/gulf_coast/

Another map, this one doesn't show Mustang Island.
http://www.texasoutside.com/images/m...bigcoastal.GIF

The area about 50 miles down the coast from Corpus Christi is one of the most remote and natural areas of the state. This is where Padre Island National Seashore is located. It starts in Kleberg County about 10 miles down coast from Corpus Christi and runs for about 100 miles along the coast in Kleberg and Kenedy Counties. There's over 300 bird species located here. Corpus Christi is located in Nueces County, south of there is Kleberg County, and south of there is Kenedy County. Kenedy County is the least populated county in the state with something like 300 people living in a 1,000 square mile county There's only 3 towns in the whole county. The beaches there are beautiful and wild. You can walk the beaches there for literally hours and not see another person. Kenedy County only has one highway going through and and no roads lead to the beach. Instead you have to take a ferry there which drops you off. The ferry only comes and goes every 48 hours.

Googled Padre Island National Seashore pictures. Have a look:
http://images.google.com/images?q=Pa...m=10&hl=en&lr=
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Here's a couple of other projects for Corpus:

BOARDWALK BY THE BAY

CORPUS CHRISTI (Caller.com) – A major amusement park called Boardwalk by the Bay is coming to Shoreline Drive on Corpus Christi Bay. The Corpus Christi City Council selected TRT Holdings to redevelop the dilapidated Municipal Coliseum, and company officials are in ongoing negotiations with the city about the details. The outdated coliseum will likely be razed for parking for the amusement park.

TRT Holdings is owned by multibillionaire Robert Rowling, a former Corpus Christi resident who owns 550 Gold’s Gym health clubs; Waldo’s, a dollar store chain in Mexico; and 40 Omni Hotels.

Preliminary plans call for a carousel, game arcade, bumper cars, go-cart racing, miniature golf, an entertainment venue, rolling chair swing, spinning coaster and boutique retail shops. A controversial 100-foot Ferris wheel is also part of the plan.

TRT has no experience in developing amusement parks, so it has contracted with Minick Associates and William L. Haralson Inc., both of which have experience in the field.

TRT Vice President Michael Smith says the development is part strategy and part hometown loyalty for Robert Rowling. The strategy is to entice tourists to downtown, where TRT owns 22 percent of the surface area of the Downtown Management District including two Omni hotels.




This picture shows the City Coliseum which is where the amusement park is planned for. If it's anything like the one we had in Austin then it had holes in the roof and most certainly did have leaks...I've been in there but it's been a long time.
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I found a new rendering for The Sapphire, a 30-story condo planned for South Padre Island.

Very nice design here. These are destined to be the tallest in South Padre Island, Texas.

I found this rendering at Ziegler Cooper Architects' website, the firm designing the tower.

Link to their site, with rendering and info on the project.
http://www.zieglercooper.com/sapphire.htm

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More news about development in South Padre Island, Corpus Christi and Port Aransas. More highrises? $3 billion worth.

From GlobeSt.com
http://www.globest.com/retail/news/s...t/20003-1.html

Developers Plan $3B Gulf Coast Projects
By Amy Wolff Sorter
Last updated: May 22, 2006 07:33am

PORT ARANSAS, TX-Two Sunbelt developers have joined forces to acquire 1,226 acres of undeveloped property on the Texas Gulf Coast. The build-out plan has an all-in development cost of $3 billion and will take 20 years to complete.

ZOL Development of Houston has picked up 672 acres on South Padre Island for the Renace and 554 acres in Port Aransas and Mustang Island for the Deseo. The development partnership is made up of Fred Zohouri of Atlanta and Jose Lora, a Houston-based real estate executive making his first investment in Texas. ZOL also is working a development in Florida.

ZOL Development of Houston will open a sales center in the near term in the area although both mixed-use communities, with high-density retail components, are still in the planning phases. Morris Architects of Houston is crafting the designs.

Connie Dando, marketing director for ZOL Development, says Deseo's first phase of residential development will break ground this year while the South Padre-Mustang Island development is still in the initial stages. "We're already starting on preliminaries on South Padre," she adds. The amount of retail space and mix of the residential density have not yet been determined for either site.

Zol Development, the firm mentioned in in that article.
http://www.zoldevelopment.com/


From Businesswire.com
http://home.businesswire.com/portal/...96&newsLang=en

ZOL Development Purchases Two Undeveloped Parcels Totaling Over 1,200 Acres of Pristine Waterfront Property on the South Texas Coast; Plans Announced for Separate Master Planned Communities on Each Site

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 18, 2006--Houston-based ZOL Development today announced the purchase of two parcels totaling over 1,200 acres of prime, undeveloped waterfront property on the Texas Gulf Coast.

One of the sites, totaling 554 acres, is located throughout several parcels of land in Port Aransas and Corpus Christi on Mustang Island, and features miles of waterfront land.

The second site, totaling 672 acres is a contiguous parcel of land located on the northern tip of South Padre Island and features miles of beach and bayfront.

The purchase makes ZOL Development, a partnership between Atlanta-based developer Fred Zohouri and long-time real estate industry executive Jose Lora, one of the largest landowners of Texas waterfront property.

ZOL will develop two separate, large-scale master-planned residential communities called Renace and Deseo which will be complete with town centers, offering retail shops, services and restaurants. The two communities will be developed simultaneously, and exceed $9 billion in total sell-out.

Renace, on South Padre Island, is a contiguous parcel and will incorporate high-rise, mid-rise and cabana type homes. Long recognized as one of the world's premier beach destinations with lush unspoiled dunes, South Padre Island lies between the Gulf of Mexico and the Laguna Madre Bay, near Brownsville about 30 miles north of the Mexican border. The carefully-selected variety of residences will enrich the overall environment, with a special focus on maintaining the area's acclaimed natural beauty.

Deseo, located on land in Port Aransas and Corpus Christi, on Mustang Island, encompasses a number of separate parcels, and will offer just as broad a variety of residential designs and complete set of community amenities, clustered around a mixed-use town center. Deseo's location on parcels of undeveloped waterfront throughout the renown Gulf Coast, is sure to establish it as one of the nation's most desirable coastal communities.

In both Renace and Deseo, the options for residential living are numerous. Owners may choose from several types of condominium residences located throughout each development. Single-family home buyers can purchase a home site and have the option of choosing from a portfolio of custom designed homes or selecting their own design team from ZOL's list of approved architects and builders.

"We expect to move ahead very quickly with our development plans for both of these exceptional communities on the Gulf of Mexico," said Jose Lora, president of the Houston-based development company. "There is no doubt that both of these master-planned communities will further the concept of 'North America's third coast,' providing a unique coastal living experience."

Lora further adds: "With the economies of scale we will generate developing such substantial developments simultaneously, we are confident that our price points will be extremely competitive when compared with similar Gulf Coast communities from Florida to Texas. Deseo and Renace will simply offer the same lifestyle, for less."

ZOL is opening a sales center in Houston this coming June, as well as on-site centers at both Renace and Deseo this Fall. For more information visit http://www.zoldevelopment.com.

About ZOL Development

Houston-based ZOL Development is a leading developer of coastal communities along Florida's panhandle and North America's Gulf of Mexico, known as the 'emerging third coast,' where they are one of the largest owners of gulf-front land in Texas. ZOL Development's portfolio of master-planned communities currently includes Deseo on Mustang Island near Corpus Christi, Renace on South Padre Island and Aquatera at South Walton Beach in Florida's Panhandle. The principals of ZOL have decades of experience within the real estate arena developing projects throughout Texas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mexico. Their expertise includes new residential communities, condominium conversions, commercial office space, raw land and resort developments. For additional information on ZOL Development please visit http://www.zoldevelopment.com.
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According to the developer's site http://www.pagadesarrollos.com/, construction started on May 1, 2006.


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