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Old Posted Apr 13, 2016, 12:40 AM
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HOUSTON | Red Lion Hotel | FT | 16 FLOORS

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A Spokane, Washington-based hospitality company plans to open a new hotel in downtown Houston in the second half of 2018.

Red Lion Hotels Corp. (NYSE: RLH) will build its 10th Hotel RL at 1005 St. Emanuel St. Hotel RL Houston Downtown will have 150 guest rooms, retail space and a signature restaurant and bar.

The hotel will also feature meeting areas, a business center and a fitness center.

Red Lion Hotels operates 125 hotels in the U.S. The new Hotel RL will be the company's first location in Houston and third in Texas.
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This will be a great addition to that area. It's close to the convention center and three sports venues. I hope it'll bring more life to that area with ground-level retail, etc., as well. Cool to see.
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I also posted this in the Dallas thread, but here's a construction shot of some Victory-area towers going up.

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The proposed tower will sit in-between the newly-built Frost Bank Tower and another proposed office tower, 2850 N. Harwood, on the empty lot directly across Randall St.

Exclusive: Crescent Communities eyeing Dallas tract for 20-story tower
Candace Carlisle
April 13, 2016

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The site — which is about three-quarters of an acre — at 2007 Randall Street is bound by the McKinnon, Randall and Harwood streets in the Harwood District.
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Crescent Communities has filed a rezoning request with the City of Dallas, asking for additional density for the project for a 240-foot tall building, or a tower that is 20- to 22-stories in height.
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"This will be a smaller project in an internationally inspired district that is liveable, walkable and ensure the restaurants would continue to see traffic on the nights and weekends and give office tenants a place to live," he said.

Crescent Communities — not to be mistaken for Crescent Real Estate in Fort Worth — could get the project underway by the end of the year, or the first quarter of 2017.

WDG Architecture in Washington, D.C. is the project architect.
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Blackwell has been scouring Dallas for "unique and authentic," places with lots of nearby employment and restaurants that are similar to Dupont Circle or Washington Circle in Washington, D.C.
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"We want to develop in incredibly dynamic neighborhoods," he told me. "We want a unique chance to knit in with the neighborhood."
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23 floor Marriot Residence Inn proposal.

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EL PASO | Shadow Mountain | 256 FT | 22 FLOORS

Project: Shadow Mountain

*Will become the second tallest building in El Paso by height, tallest by floor count.



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The plan to build a 22-story tower on the Westside cleared a key hurdle Wednesday, and now the project is headed to City Council.

Florida-based Meyers Group is proposing to build a hotel and apartment tower, along with an attached 715-space parking garage, on a vacant lot near the corner of Shadow Mountain and Sunland Park. It would be one of the tallest buildings in El Paso.

Meyers said the total investment in the project will exceed $100 million.
http://www.elpasoinc.com/news/local_...9f3978aa5.html
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Spent some time updating the front page.

Below is the latest as of 4/23/2016. Some developments have more than one tower which is why the numbers aren't the same.

Dallas

Under Construction: 16
Proposed: 37

Fort Worth

Under Construction: 2
Proposed: 3

Plano

Under Construction: 4
Proposed: 6

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Houston

Under Construction: 32
Proposed: 63

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Austin

Under Construction: 14
Proposed: 29

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San Antionio

Under Construction: 1
Proposed: 6 (2 new proposals, 1 cancelled)
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Thanks Urbannizer for assisting in the updates. Its nice to see this thread turning out to be a success as a resource for developments.

And thanks as well to Austin55, Sic'EmBears, eburress, drummer, The ATX, dollaztx, KevinFromTexas, Paul in S.A TX, and essentially everyone who contributed and continues to do so.

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Project: Shadow Mountain

*Will become the second tallest building in El Paso by height, tallest by floor count.





http://www.elpasoinc.com/news/local_...9f3978aa5.html
That will look nice against the backdrop of the topography of the area. Pretty interesting building.
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Thanks Urbannizer for assisting in the updates. Its nice to see this thread turning out to be a success as a resource for developments.

And thanks as well to Austin55, Sic'EmBears, eburress, drummer, The ATX, dollaztx, KevinFromTexas, Paul in S.A TX, and essentially everyone who contributed and continues to do so.

Back at you, chris08876! Thanks for organizing this thread.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Caydon Highrise | FT | 28 FLOORS

Project: Caydon Highrise



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Melbourne high-rise developer Joe Russo has secured two development sites in Houston, Texas, with plans for about 1000 apartments.

He paid about US$8 million ($10.5 million) for a small block in Houston's "latte and laptop" mid-town district with plans for more than 350 apartments over 28 levels.

Russo told the Australian Financial Review it had an end value of about $228 million.

He has also bought a second site across the road that will hold more than 600 apartments, with plans including shops and a piazza.
http://www.propertyobserver.com.au/f...-projects.html
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And thanks as well to Austin55, Sic'EmBears, eburress, drummer, The ATX, dollaztx, KevinFromTexas, Paul in S.A TX, and essentially everyone who contributed and continues to do so.

Thank you for creating the page, Chris.

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Project: Shadow Mountain

*Will become the second tallest building in El Paso by height, tallest by floor count.


I'm impressed. Love the floor plates.
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COLLEGE STATION | 711 University Dr. | 330 FT | 14 FLOORS

Project: 711 University Dr.



Proposed 14-story student housing project by The Dinerstein Co.

http://www.dinersteincos.com/properties-grid/
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^ What is the current tallest in Bryan/College Station? I'm fairly unfamiliar with the area.
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^ What is the current tallest in Bryan/College Station? I'm fairly unfamiliar with the area.
Rise at Northgate, 18 floors, 219 feet and completed in 2013. 711 University Dr. will rise on the left side of this one.


http://www.riseatnorthgate.com/
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Rise at Northgate, 18 floors, 219 feet and completed in 2013. 711 University Dr. will rise on the left side of this one.


http://www.riseatnorthgate.com/
Eww...that's a lot of stucco.
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Apartment tower in the works on downtown Dallas’ east side
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May 16, 2016



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Developer Greystar plans to build the tower in the City Lights project on Live Oak Street a block east of downtown.
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The project is planned to contain 350 apartments and 50,000 square feet of retail space, according to development plans filed with the City of Dallas.

The development plans include a “Multifamily Tower – 165 feet.”

That would be about 12 or 13 floors.
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Greystar already has one Dallas apartment tower in development – the 23-story, 302-unit Ascent apartment building in Dallas’ Victory Park, across the street from the American Airlines Center arena.
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Developer plans 40-story apartment tower on high-profile downtown Dallas site
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June 3, 2016



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The ultra high-rise residential building would sit next door to Dallas’ landmark Fountain Place tower at Field Street and Munger Avenue.

Chicago-based apartment developer Amli Residential is eyeing the project, which would be built on land now used for surface parking.
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“We don’t have anything to share at this time; we are very early in the process,” said Amli’s Taylor Bowen.

If the development gets off the ground, it would be Dallas’ tallest apartment tower and loftiest residential high-rise since the 42-story Museum Tower condo building opened three years ago.

“I just think this is another indication of what’s going on in downtown Dallas,” said John Crawford of the economic development group Downtown Dallas Inc.

“There is a lot of interest in new residential in the downtown area.”
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More than a dozen high-rise apartment projects are in the works in downtown and Uptown.

And more than 6,600 rental units are under construction in central Dallas.
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The land was originally planned for a twin tower to the green glass, rocket-shaped skyscraper that was built in the 1980s.

Ross Perot Jr.’s Hillwood Urban owns the former Bank of America motor bank property just north of the property Amli is considering.

Hillwood Urban has designed an almost 50-story office tower for that block.
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Developer Cancels Midtown Office Tower Amid Slowdown
Houston Chronicle, Nancy Sarnoff, April 7, 2016

A development firm that had plans to build a gleaming office tower on a prime site in Midtown has shifted gears. It's now considering other options, like leasing the property to a restaurateur or retailer, or perhaps developing condos there.

Senterra Real Estate Group was unable to prelease a good portion of the proposed building, a requirement it had before moving forward with construction, said Neil Tofsky, chairman and CEO.

For now, the company is planning to weigh its options.
Full article:http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...#photo-9768455

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