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Old Posted Sep 30, 2015, 10:45 PM
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Plano's Liberty Mutual towers started construction today.

http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/ne...al-hub-at.html
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Arrow PLANO | Palladium Tower | ~360' | 30 FLOORS

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And now plans for a 30-story apartment tower will give the $2 billion project the tallest high-rise in fast-growing Collin County.

Dallas-based developer Palladium USA International will build the 312-apartment tower next door to Liberty Mutual Insurance’s new Plano office campus.

The developers plan to start the tower next summer and it will take more than 24 months to build.
http://www.dallasnews.com/business/c...st-project.ece
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Hotel Zaza Memorial City | 228 FT / 69 M | 17 FLOORS

Project: Hotel Zaza Memorial City



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Construction on Hotel Zaza in Memorial City will begin this month.

Houston-based MetroNational announced Friday it has partnered with Z Resorts to bring the boutique hotel to the intersection of Interstate-10 and Bunker Hill Road in Memorial City.

Kirksey Architecture will oversee the design and Anslow Bryant Construction is the general contractor.

The 17-story Hotel Zaza’s Memorial City location will have 159 guest rooms, and10,000-square-feet of event and meeting spaces for up to 300 people. The hotel will also have 130 apartment units.

The hotel is slated to open in summer 2017.
http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...ty-this-month/
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Homey | FT | 17 FLOORS

Project: The Homey



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Houston’s glitzy high-rise building boom is getting a new, more understated entry. 6300 Woodway — a previously unpublicized project from Pelican Builders — aims to make high-rise living more comfy.

Simplify doesn’t necessarily mean shrunken, though. The condos for sale in 6300 Woodway will range from 2,100 to 6,000-plus square feet. A total of 58 of them will be spread over the 17 floors. Construction is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2016 and finish in the summer of 2018. And the future residents figure to have a wallet power that fits right in with the rest of the neighborhood.

Prices for 6300 Woodway’s units range from $1.1 million to more than $4 million.
http://www.papercitymag.com/interior...ver-gadgets/#2
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Residence Inn | 199 FT / 61 M | FLOORS

Project: Residence Inn


  • 182-unit hotel at 7807 Kirby Dr. (Texas Medical Center)
  • 199' feet
  • 5 parking levels
  • Construction work underway

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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Post Oak | 498 FT | 35 FLOORS

Project Update: The Post Oak

Under Construction


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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Artesian Eclipse | 750 FT / 229 M | FLOORS

Project: Artesian Eclipse



Proposed 750' foot high-rise by Zydeco Development Corp on Welch Ave near Persa St in River Oaks. Construction will commence June 2017, and take two years to complete.

https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...68113805&row=8
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Directory Update:

1) Since the last update (first post) on the 9/17/2015, I added 10 new threads that have appeared after that period for Plano, Houston, and Forth Worth. Apologies for the delay as NYC projects keep me busy.

2) If I am missing any, let me know.

3) Also a thanks to some good contributors like Urbannizer, Dollaztx, futuresooner, and siceembears. Essentially anybody who contributes.

4) If any threads get moved, send me a pm (might not notice them all). Want to keep this list accurate and up to date. This is ssp, where accuracy and precise data matters, not a disorganized mess like SSC.

5) Remember to bookmark this link: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...81&postcount=1

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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Menil Expansion High-Rise | FT | FLOORS

Project: Menil Expansion High-Rise



The Menil Collection is working with a developer to replace the Richmont Apartments with a 2.6-acre park and multifamily high-rise. Some of the units may be geared towards affordable housing.

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news...ct-6571297.php
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Ivy Lofts | FEET | 24 FLOORS

Project: Ivy Lofts



24-Story condo high-rise set to break ground in the next few weeks.
  • Location: 2604 Leeland, EaDo (East Downtown)
  • 16 residential levels
  • 7 parking levels
  • Ground floor retail
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FIRST LOOK: KDC'S DEEP ELLUM JV



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Looking for the next big development opportunity, KDC is already working on marquee projects. But, now the iconic developer is working on an infill TOD in Deep Ellum.
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Bill tells us he’s always looking for the next corridor of development opportunities. Right now, many signs point to urban infill, he says. KDC is partnering with Westdale Properties to develop The Epic mixed-use project in Deep Ellum.
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The Epic (rendered here) TOD is right on the DART line and will include residential, office and a hotel. The Epic will have 250k SF of office and a hotel in a historic 100-year-old brick four-story building. The office will be right on Good Lattimer and Elm Street. Bill says more details are forthcoming, but he can’t release too much info just yet.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Kirby Mansion | 218 FT / 66 M | 15 FLOORS

Project: The Kirby Mansion


image by Darius Fontenette, on Flickr
  • Residential high-rise (7 stories) designed by Jackson & Ryan Architect
  • 7 levels of parking
  • Retail at ground level facing Grey St.

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=219323
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601 North Mesa El Paso Coming in 2018



http://www.elpasoinc.com/news/local_...tml?TNNoMobile

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New 9 story building proposed for downtown El Paso.
El Paso is getting on board, hopefully more towers will follow.
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601 North Mesa El Paso Coming in 2018



http://www.elpasoinc.com/news/local_...tml?TNNoMobile



El Paso is getting on board, hopefully more towers will follow.
You know times are good when El Paso is getting on board. Even Fort Worth, and now San Antonio, are starting to go taller.
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AUSTIN | University of Texas Medical Center | Brackenridge Hospital Redevelopment

5 towers. From the photograph of the model in the link it looks like three of the towers are at least 400 feet tall while one of them might be pushing 500 feet. It's kind of hard to tell.

http://communityimpact.com/2015/10/2...-brackenridge/
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Central Health reveals plans for Brackenridge
Proposal includes health-centered public market

By Kara NuzbackOctober 26, 2015

With the Medical District to the east and the Innovation Zone to the west, Central Health plans to redevelop the University Medical Center Brackenridge campus into a hub of healthy activity.

Preliminary plans for the Brackenridge redevelopment include realigning Red River Street and creating an open-air public market.

Plans are also in the works to create a pedestrian market in the center of the campus with food vendors and retail space.

Central Health - http://communityimpact.com/2015/10/2...-brackenridge/
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A few Dallas updates.

DALLAS | 2000 Ross Avenue


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2000 Ross Avenue is an HKS designed, vertical mixed-use development, which will over 30,000 SF of retail, 351 residential units, and a 227-room hotel. The 26-story project will encompass an entire Downtown Dallas city block with frontage on RossAvenue, Harwood Street, San Jacinto Street and Olive Street. Its close proximity to the highly acclaimed Dallas Arts District and over 13M square feet of office provides for a compelling mix of restaurants and dining options.

Retail is scheduled for delivery in Q3 2017 and the entire project is scheduled for completion in Q3 2018.
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=219385

Update: The Residences at Hall Arts (Phase 2) is now a 25 story + an 11 story boutique hotel.

http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/local...ment/74719692/

Update: The Tower at Hall Arts (Phase 3) is proposed at 50 stories.
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Hall hopes to break ground on the project next year. He aims to complete final plans for Phase 3 — which includes a 50-story office tower with space for restaurants — in the next two to three years.
http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/local...ment/74719692/
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Project: The Kirby Mansion


image by Darius Fontenette, on Flickr
  • Residential high-rise (7 stories) designed by Jackson & Ryan Architect
  • 7 levels of parking
  • Retail at ground level facing Grey St.

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=219323
Interesting design. Shame its not underground as half of the tower is a parking deck. But its good news that some of these crummy 1-2 story structures are being replaced. Add some nice density to the area.
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DALLAS | Blackburn & N Central Expy | 23 FLOORS

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Developer Forest City Enterprises plans to build the 23-story high-rise just west of North Central Expressway on Blackburn Street.

The building will contain 389 luxury apartments, 150 hotel rooms and retail space on the ground floor. The project is between Noble and Oak Grove avenues.
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Sleeper said he expects work to start on the Forest City tower before the end of the year.

“We’re getting our plans finalized and working out last minute details,” he said.

http://bizbeatblog.dallasnews.com/20...ce-tower.html/
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FRISCO | Omni Hotel | 17 FLOORS
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Officials with Omni Hotels, the City of Frisco and Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, will give an update this afternoon on The Star complex in Frisco, that will include the new Omni Frisco Hotel.

We got a sneak peak at the artist’s rendering for the 17-floor, 300-room hotel that is expected to open in the summer of 2017.

http://bizbeatblog.dallasnews.com/20...co-hotel.html/
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