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Lightbulb HOUSTON | InterContinental Hotel & Apts | 423 FT & 244 FT | 35 & 22 FLOORS

Project Update: 6750 Main



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Plans are well underway for a luxury hotel housed in the heart of the Texas Medical Center.

Houston-based Medistar Corp. and TRC Capital Partners, an affiliate of The Redstone Cos. of Houston, have entered a joint venture partnership to develop a 357-room hotel at 6750 Main Street, in the central portion of the Texas Medical Center. The hotel will stand at 21 stories and include 20,000 to 25,000 square feet of office and meeting space. Restaurants will occupy the hotel's first floor.

Details of the hotel branding weren't disclosed, but the brand is a "nationally and internationally known hotel," said Kelly Lindig, vice president of development and acquisitions at Medistar.

Lindig said groundbreaking should kick off at the beginning of the second quarter, and the hotel should be complete in the second quarter of 2018.
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Project Update: Ascent Med Center



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Ascent Med Center will be professionally managed and developed by Greystar. The community will offer a variety of one and two-bedroom floor plans and three-bedroom penthouses ranging in size from 349 to 3,767 square feet of living space. The well-appointed interiors will include stainless steel appliances, modern cabinetry, quartz countertops with tile backsplashes and wood flooring in living areas. Apartment homes will feature nine to eleven foot ceilings, spacious walk-in closets and spa-like bathrooms.

Residents will enjoy a rooftop terrace that features an infinity pool, a spacious sun deck, lounge seating and spectacular 360 degree views. Premier concierge services will be available to assist residents with reservations, securing event tickets and completing errands such as picking up dry cleaning. Additional amenities will include a state-of-the art fitness center with cardio and strength equipment, an executive business center, bike storage, car charging stations and valet parking.

Hoar Construction will serve as general contractor for the project. Construction is expected to begin by March 31, 2016.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Energy Center III - IV & V | 317 - 355 - ? FT | 20 - 22 - 18 FLOORS

Project Update: Energy Center III, IV, V

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SAN ANTONIO | JMJ Towers River Walk | FT |30 Floors

Project: JMJ Towers River Walk



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Dallas-based JMJ Development LLC plans to break ground this summer on a 30-story luxury apartment tower along the River Walk in downtown San Antonio.

The tower, named JMJ Towers River Walk, will have 201 luxury apartments and upscale restaurant and retail space, according to a news release from the developer. It will be at 120 Villita Street, across from the Riverwalk Plaza Hotel & Suites.

The apartments will be a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, with top floor penthouse suites, a fitness area and swimming pool, according to the release.
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Is this replacing the building in the photo? I'm not up to speed on SA projects, but I like watching the updates on occasion!
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Is this replacing the building in the photo? I'm not up to speed on SA projects, but I like watching the updates on occasion!
That's correct. Seems like high-rise development is about to take off for SA!
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FORT WOTH | Marriott AC Hotel | FT | 14 FLOORS

Project: Marriott AC Hotel



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This fourteen story building will be new construction, to house a Marriott AC hotel. The hotel will have 180 guest rooms, plus restaurant, bar and meeting functions. A roof top pool/amenity deck will also be part of the hotel. Retail space on the sides of the building, at grade level, will allow for a retail link to Sundance Square, which is a half a block away. The modern design uses a combination of materials to allow the new building to blend with the adjacent historic structures. The side is very urban and is 60’x 200’ in size.
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 1660 Post Oak | ~438 FT | 40 FLOORS

Project Update: 1660 Post Oak



A new developer, The Dinerstein Companies, has snatched up the prime site at the NW corner of San Felipe and Post Oak. Plans call for a 40-story residential tower designed by Gensler, with two stories of retail totaling 30,000 square feet. The project is currently seeking variance request approvals from the Planning Commission.
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DALLAS | Preston Hollow Village Office Tower | ~13 FLOORS

Project: Preston Hollow Village Office Tower



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Developers of North Dallas’ newest mixed-use project are working on an office tower for the next phase.

Now developer Provident Realty Advisors has designed a more than 10-story office tower for the corner of Walnut and Central and is looking for tenants.
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Great overall updates Urbanizzer and thanks for bringing awareness to the region.
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I consolidated a 2016 list from the CTBUH. This being for Dallas.


buildings_2016-02-12-00-26-40_Page_1 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


buildings_2016-02-12-00-26-40_Page_2 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr
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That's correct. Seems like high-rise development is about to take off for SA!
Very cool - it's a long time coming. San Antonio is one of my favorite cities to visit. Though having grown up just north of there, I still feel like I don't know it exceptionally well. Anyway, glad to see it's going vertical!
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 7200 Main | ~50 Floors | 4 Towers

Project: 7200 Main



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What's known so far, courtesy of forum contributor urbannizer, is that Springwoods Realty Company purchased a sizeable parcel of land at 7200 Main in 2006. Lying on the outskirts of the largest medical center in the world, the site is currently occupied by Saint Nicholas School, II and a large grassy field.

Years later, renderings depicting numerous towers at 7200 Main made their way online. The concept was drafted by HOK. The images show four highrise towers, including a potential supertall building in the centre of the site.

The developer purchased the remaining plots of land in December 2015, and two months later, the school announced they would relocate to a property much further south by 2018 as part of a new mixed-use project.
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AUSTIN | 2211 Nueces | 185 FT / 56 M | 20 FLOORS

Project: 2211 ATX



*14 stories of residential of 6 levels of parking in West Campus, 122 units.

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I quite like the proposal for 7200 Main Street.

Was checking the area: https://www.google.com/maps/place/72...7acb45!6m1!1e1

I wonder if it be medical offices or a separate entity (possibly finance)?

If medical, quite a change for the area being the largest tower or a signature tower for the medical complex.
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I consolidated a 2016 list from the CTBUH. This being for Dallas.


buildings_2016-02-12-00-26-40_Page_1 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


buildings_2016-02-12-00-26-40_Page_2 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr
There are quite a few projects left off this list.
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*14 stories of residential of 6 levels of parking in West Campus, 122 units.

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=221021
That's the old proposal. It's five stories below ground parking and 18 floors of residential above ground.
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