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Old Posted Jul 25, 2018, 1:48 PM
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The residential tower is pretty ug, but this will be a really solid office building, so I'm sure Houstonians will take that trade
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Hopefully, those two parking garages shown in the photo will be redeveloped too.
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Hopefully, those two parking garages shown in the photo will be redeveloped too.
The parking garage on the right was just built. This will be part of a much larger proposed tower. Just waiting for a tenant(s). Once the office tower is built, that parking garage will have a facade.

Here is the link to that project:
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THanks for the info. That’s a beautiful tower.
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Overhead view from Aris Market Square of site prep where the Block 58 tower will be built.

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The residential tower is pretty ug, but this will be a really solid office building, so I'm sure Houstonians will take that trade
The comment about the resi tower hasn't aged well, based on the rendering in that project's thread...

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The residential tower is pretty ug, but this will be a really solid office building, so I'm sure Houstonians will take that trade
Always good to see office density in a place near the light rail, IMO.

What's crazy about this building is that it is really tall, relatively speaking. It would be Austin's tallest(soon to be 2nd tallest). But it looks almost diminuitive next door to the Texas' only supertall.

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Always good to see office density in a place near the light rail, IMO.

What's crazy about this building is that it is really tall, relatively speaking. It would be Austin's tallest(soon to be 2nd tallest). But it looks almost diminuitive next door to the Texas' only supertall.
Texas has two supertall towers; both towers are over 300m and in Houston.
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That base is going to be huge.

Go Houston, this thing look really nice
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