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That's the east side of Midtown for ya!
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That's actually the 4th ward, or the west side of Midtown.
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The Gables looks gorgeous. Seems like it will be taller than the neighboring BBVA Compass tower. Can't wait to see it go up!!
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50-Story Condo tower Proposed at 1616 Post Oak Blvd.

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...lvd-50-floors/

11-Story Apartment Building to Replace 2016 Main's Visitor Parking Lot

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...ry-apartments/
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That 11 story apartment building should be great. It'll be close to Downtown plus it'll have ground floor retail.
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50-Story Condo tower Proposed at 1616 Post Oak Blvd.

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...lvd-50-floors/

11-Story Apartment Building to Replace 2016 Main's Visitor Parking Lot

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...ry-apartments/
With these two, now we're potentially up to 117 high rises proposed, under construction, or on hold in Houston. Let's see when they go public.
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50-Story Condo tower Proposed at 1616 Post Oak Blvd.

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...lvd-50-floors/

11-Story Apartment Building to Replace 2016 Main's Visitor Parking Lot

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...ry-apartments/
If one proposes, someone opposes.

First thing that made me go, "What?" was the idea that any group would oppose more construction along Post Oak. The second thing was this yet unannounced 50-story AmREIT project which was just casually slipped into the article. The third thing was this group's claimed consent to the BHP development (still waiting to see what they think of Apache's proposed HQ). Something tells me they're nervous about new residents and more traffic on their boulevard. Again, if they hate it so much, they can vote for zoning.

New PAC opposes high-rise on Post Oak Boulevard
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If one proposes, someone opposes.

First thing that made me go, "What?" was the idea that any group would oppose more construction along Post Oak. The second thing was this yet unannounced 50-story AmREIT project which was just casually slipped into the article. The third thing was this group's claimed consent to the BHP development (still waiting to see what they think of Apache's proposed HQ). Something tells me they're nervous about new residents and more traffic on their boulevard. Again, if they hate it so much, they can vote for zoning.

New PAC opposes high-rise on Post Oak Boulevardl
You didn't go "what?" to the thought that the guy lives in the most traffic congested surface street in probably all of TX and probably the SW (Post Oak) and he's complaining about traffic while opposing BRT improvements.

Can't believe idiots like that guy even get attention from the press.
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You didn't go "what?" to the thought that the guy lives in the most traffic congested surface street in probably all of TX and the SW (Post Oak) and he's complaining about traffic while opposing BRT improvements.
He's a little bit . I figured he and his PAC were one and the same.
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Yet another apartment blaze this morning. Only 24 units involved, so it could have been worse. Maybe this complex had firewalls.

Lightning sparks massive blaze in Atascocita

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where is the list of all the projects, numbered? like 1-117? not the list with the renderings and detailed descriptions.
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Houston Methodist Reveals Plans for New Inpatient Tower

Houston Methodist will build a new 193-bed hospital in The Woodlands and a 390-bed inpatient tower at its current campus in the Texas Medical Center.

The new hospital in The Woodlands and its Medical Center tower are just the beginning of what will be a major investment for the Houston hospital system. Marc Boom, Houston Methodist president and CEO, said in a statement that the hospital system plans to invest more than $1 billion in expanding and replacing its facilities in the Houston area over the next three years.

Separately, the new patient tower at the Texas Medical Center, which will cost about $540 million to build, will replace patient beds in Houston Methodist Hospital’s original Main building and add advanced heart and neurosurgery operating rooms. It is also expected to be completed in 2017.

The inpatient tower next to Houston Methodist Hospital will accommodate 390 beds — including 102 intensive care beds — expanded operating suites, hybrid suites and a dedicated cardiology floor with 14 interventional catheterization labs. The new tower will include high-tech operating rooms that will expand the hospital’s ability to provide image guided heart and brain procedures.

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where is the list of all the projects, numbered? like 1-117? not the list with the renderings and detailed descriptions.
We're at #118 now. They are not in any sort of order. The #'s toward the bottom represent buildings added since the initial list. So 9 buildings added. One replaced (Hyatt Place DT with Hilton Garden Inn DT).

1. 1600 Louisiana: 50 stories [Office: proposed] (Downtown)
2. 609 Main: 48 stories [Office: under-construction] (Downtown)
3. International Tower: 46 stories [Office: proposed] (Downtown)
4. Herman Place: 42 stories [Residential: proposed] (Museum District)
5. 2929 Weslayan: 40 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Greenway Plaza)
6. Capitol Tower: 33 stories [Office: proposed] (Downtown)
7. Landmark Tower: 37 stories [Residential: proposed] (Uptown)
8. Gables Post Oak Tower: 36 stories [Mixed use: proposed] (Uptown)
9. Apache Tower: 34 stories [Office: proposed] (Uptown)
10. Block 98: 38 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
11. The Crescent Building/6 Houston Center: 29 stories [Office: proposed] (Downtown)
12. Texaco Building Part II: 38 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
13. 5 Allen Center: 35 stories [Office: proposed] (Downtown)
14. Marriott Marquis Convention Center Hotel: 30 stories [Hotel: under-construction] (Downtown)
15. BHP Billiton: 30 stories [Office: under-construction] (Uptown)
16. Hanover Post Oak: 29 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Uptown)
17. Astoria: 28 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Uptown)
18. Methodist Hospital North Campus: 24 stories [Hospital: proposed] (Texas Medical Center)
19. Skyhouse Houston: 24 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Downtown)
20. 1111 Travis: 23 stories [Office: under-construction] (Downtown)
21. Block 35: 40 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
22. 900 Preston: 33 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
23. 3100 Post Oak: 26 stories [Office: proposed] (Uptown)
24. 22 Waugh: 25 stories [Office: proposed] (Neartown)
25. 3400 Montrose: 30 stories [Residential: proposed] (Montrose)
26. 1400 Texas Avenue: 28 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
27. Regent Square: 28 stories [Residential: proposed] (Neartown)
28. Block 52/Marquette Building: 28 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
29. Hotel Alessandra: 25 stories [Hotel: proposed] (Downtown)
30. Belfiore: 26 stories [Residential: proposed] (Uptown)
31. The Southmore: 25 stories [Residential: proposed] (Museum District)
32. Skyhouse River Oaks: 25 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Uptown)
33. Ashby Highrise: 23 stories [Residential: on-hold] (Montrose)
34. Energy Center IV: 22 stories [Office: under-construction] (Energy Corridor)
35. Energy Center III: 20 stories [Office: under-construction] (Energy Corridor)
36. Noble Energy Center II: 20 stories [Office: under-construction] (Northside)
37. Westcreek Centre: 21 stories [Office: proposed] (Uptown)
38. The Sovereign: 21 stories [Residential: under-consruction] (Neartown)
39. Pinnacle West I: 20 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
40. Millenium Tower II: 22 stories [Office: under-construction] (Westchase)
41. The Kirby Collection: 22 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Upper Kirby)
42. Air Liquide Center 1: 20 stories [Office: under-construction] (Memorial City)
43. Convention Center Hotel: 20 stories [Hotel: proposed] (Downtown)
44. Chelsea Montrose: 20 stories [Residential: proposed] (Montrose)
45. Tower at Streetlights at Midlane I: 18 stories [Mixed use: proposed] (Uptown)
46. Five Westlake Park: 19 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
47. 2229 San Felipe: 18 stories [Office: under-construction] (Upper Kirby)
48. Energy Center V: 18 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
49. 3737 Buffalo Speedway: 18 stories [Office: under-construction] (Greenway Plaza)
50. Samsung Tower: 18 stories [Office: under-construction] (Westchase)
51. Kingwood Parc 1: 18 stories [Office: proposed] (Kingwood)
52. Energy Tower IV: 17 stories [Office: under-construction] (Energy Corridor)
53. Azalea Court Tower: 17 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Uptown)
54. CORE Central Park West: 16 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
55. Kirby Grover at Levy Park: 16 stories [Office: under-construction] (Greenway Plaza)
56. Kirby Grover Tower: 16 stories [Office: under-construction] (Greenway Plaza)
57. Kingwood Parc 2: 16 stories [Office: proposed] (Kingwood)
58. Memorial Point: 16 stories [Office: proposed0 (Uptown)
59. Core Park West: 16 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
60. Tower at Streetlights at Midlane II: 16 stories [Mixed use: proposed] (Uptown)
61. City West Place 8: 16 stories [Office: proposed) (Westchase)
62. Phillips 66 Headquarters I: 16 stories [Office: under-construction] (Westchase)
63. Phillips 66 Headquarters II: 16 stories [Office: under-construction] (Westchase)
64. 1311 Louisiana: 16 stories [Other: proposed] (Downtown)
65. Hyatt Regency at Galleria: 14 stories [Hotel: under-construction] (Uptown)
66. Brazos Tower at Bayou Manor: 14 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Texas Medical Center)
67. Clay Beltway: 14 stories [Office: proposed] (Westchase)
68. Eldridge Oaks II: 14 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
69. Clay & Beltway: 14 stories [Office: proposed] (Westchase)
70. Hampton Inn / Homewood Suites: 14 story [Hotel: proposed] (Downtown)
71. Pinnacle West II: 14 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
72. Harris County Annex: 13 stories [Other: proposed] (Downtown)
73. 1885 Saint James: 13 story [Office: proposed] (Uptown)
74. The Kirby Collection Office: 12 stories [Office: under-construction] (Upper Kirby)
75. Clay Beltway II: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Westchase)
76. City West Place 7: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Westchase)
77. Tower at Streetlights at Midlane III: 12 stories [Mixed use: proposed] (Uptown)
78. City Centre 5: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (City Centre)
79. Hanover Southhampton Tower I: 12 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Montrose)
80. Hanover Southhampton Tower II: 12 stories [Residential: under-construction] (Montrose)
81. Air Liquide Centre II: 12 stories [Office: under-construction] (Memorial City)
82. 10496 Old Katy Road: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
83. West Memorial Place I: 12 stories [Office: under-construction] (Energy Corridor)
84. Enclave Place: 11 stories [Office: under-construction] (Energy Corridor)
85. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan: 12 stories [Hospital: under-construction] (Texas Medical Center)
86. West Memorial Place II: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
87. Regent Square III: 12 stories [Other: proposed] (Neartown)
88. Tower at West Point 1: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
89. Tower at West Point 2: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
90. Tower at West Point 3: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
91. Tower at West Point 4: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
92. Tower at West Point 5: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
93. Tower at West Point 6: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
94. Regent Square II: 11 stories [Office: proposed] (Neartown)
95. Granite Park II: 12 stories [Office: proposed] (Westchase)
96. Greenway Plaza Office: 11 stories [Office: proposed] (Greenway Plaza)
97. Tower at West Point 7: 11 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
98. Tower at West Point 8: 11 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
99. Town Centre I: 10 stories [Office: under-construction] (City Centre)
100. Five Chasewood: 10 stories [Office: under-construction] (Westchase)
101. Southwestern Energy Headquarters: 10 stories [Office: under-construction] (Northside)
102. 4477 Sam Houston Parkway: 10 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
106. Tower at West Point 9: 10 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
107. Tower at West Point 10: 10 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
108. Tower at West Point 11: 10 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
109. Tower at West Point 12: 10 stories [Office: proposed] (Energy Corridor)
#110 TMC hotel and residences: ~28 stories [Hotel: proposed] (Texas Medical Center)
#111 Memorial Hermans outpatient center: 16 stories [Hospital: proposed] (Texas Medical Center)
#112 Camden's phase 1: 21 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
#113 Skyline North: 10 stories [Residential: proposed] (Montrose)
#114 Camden's phase 2: 21 stories [Residential: proposed] (Downtown)
#115 the Perennial Office Tower: 28 stories [Office: proposed] (Uptown)
#116 Residential Tower on lot south of 2016 Main: 11 stories [Residential: proposed] (Midtown)
#117 AmREIT's proposed mixed use: ~ 50 stories [Mixed-use: proposed] (Uptown)
#118 Hilton Garden Inn: 12 stories [Hotel: proposed] (Downtown)

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St. Lukes' New Hospital Tower...Where Are You? Houston Is Waiting!

We have all now bared witness, as per the new hospital concepts for both MEMORIAL HERMANN vs HOUSTON METHODIST HOSPITAL. But where, oh where, oh where, oh where, oh where, is the newest / latest concept proposal as per the ST LUKE'S HOSPITAL TOWER that we have been hearing so much about? Come on now ST. LUKE'S.. let get this show up and running.
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We're at #118 now. They are not in any sort of order. The #'s toward the bottom represent buildings added since the initial list. So 9 buildings added. One replaced (Hyatt Place DT with Hilton Garden Inn DT).


7. Landmark Tower: 37 stories [Residential: proposed] (Uptown)
What is Landmark Tower??

Ah. I think I remember it now. Was it a blue office tower with a slight curve to it?

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