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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 2:24 AM
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I assume this is just south of the MDA Iderson tower.
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Old Posted Apr 24, 2017, 7:29 PM
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I assume this is just south of the MDA Iderson tower.
This will be catty corner to the University of Texas MD Anderson.
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Old Posted Apr 24, 2017, 8:03 PM
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Residential project by Brookfield Office Properties could contain up to 2,000 units

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As the dominant landlord in Calgary with the most downtown office space in Houston and Australia, few office providers have as much experience in energy sector markets as Brookfield Property Group. Last Thursday, at Georgetown Luminaries, Brookfield Property Group chairman Ric Clark was asked about the company's position in Houston. "Our strategy is always to make hay when the market is booming, lease the space up on a long-term basis, finance it on a long-term basis, bring in financial partners and redeploy the money,"


Clark said. "But in the case of Houston, although the office market is pretty soft right now, every energy tenant really understands the leverage that they have so the deals are brutal." While the office landscape looks rough, Clark was more optimistic about residential.



"There's a lot of inflow to Houston and to other sectors, we think the residential market, in the long term, will be a good area to invest. We have the density to add 2,000 apartments to our project in Houston. It's something we're spending a lot of time planning and thinking about."
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New renderings, tenant names released for Shenandoah retail and entertainment district

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Development of Metropark Square in Shenandoah has been a long-time coming.

The 70-acre development has been the vision of retail conglomerate Sam Moon Group since 2003. The multi-use district will feature multi-family apartments, retail shops, hotels, entertainment venues and more.

Phase one of Metropark Square began in November 2016. The first tenant, AMC-10 (with an IMAX screen), has an expected move-in of November 2017 and opening of December 2017. Moon said much of the restaurant, retail, entertainment area will be open by March 2018 at the end of phase one.
Phase one will also include an outdoor pavilion/event space, where community events can take place in the future.

Phase two, beginning in the first quarter of 2018 and ending in 2019, consists of construction on a 329-unit, high-end housing complex that will take roughly 18-20 months to complete. A 150-room, select-service Hyatt House hotel will be in construction during phase two.

The final phase aims to be completed by 2020, featuring a proposed full-service Hyatt Regency hotel, a nationally recognized limited-service hotel and another multi-family living space.




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Leasing flyer is out for One Market Square. Currently the garage is being built. Like Capitol Tower, the office levels will be constructed once a tenant signs on.


Flyer: http://x.lnimg.com/attachments/D65B4...987FB6E3F2.pdf

Hi-res rendering: https://tsdrsec.uspto.gov/ts/cd/case...ontent?scale=1




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http://www.chron.com/business/real-e...photo-12789635

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Renderings released Tuesday show a sleek development of glass and steel towers along a scenic 6-acre site on Allen Parkway.

DC Partners and Tianqing Real Estate Development are planning the $500 million-plus project whose first phase will include a luxury hotel and condominium tower, a retail pavilion and office building.

The HOK architecture firm is designing the project with "architecture never before seen in the Houston area," according to a statement. Transwestern Retail and Stream Realty Partners will handle retail and office leasing.

The project is proposed for the southeast corner of Allen Parkway and Gillette Street, across from Buffalo Bayou Park, roughly halfway between downtown and River Oaks.

Thompson Hotels will operate the project's hotel.

The condos will have balcony "plunge pools." The office tower will comprise more than 200,000 square feet of top-class space.


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Lyric Centre Marketplace

8-story parking garage cirrently u/c with a public plaza and 31,000 sq ft of retail for restaurants and food service marketplace.





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^^^ WOW! all of these wonderful, brilliant, and state-of-the-art developments arriving into the houston CBD. THE LYRIC CENTER MARKET,
what a brilliant concept that is badly needed within that particular area of downtown. what a time to CELEBRATE!
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Who wants to wager that Allen Parkway development will be value-engineered into a sprawling lifestyle center anchored by a "Texas donut" style mid-rise apartment building and a Hobby Lobby?
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Who wants to wager that Allen Parkway development will be value-engineered into a sprawling lifestyle center anchored by a "Texas donut" style mid-rise apartment building and a Hobby Lobby?


I'll take that bet.
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Who wants to wager that Allen Parkway development will be value-engineered into a sprawling lifestyle center anchored by a "Texas donut" style mid-rise apartment building and a Hobby Lobby?
I've never been in one of the donut-style mid-rises, but I've wondered about the view from the apartments on the inside of the donut. Seems like the views would look right into the garage, unless I'm not picturing things correctly.
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Dont worry.... this'll be just like the international/capital tower. The project is on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... on... off... the when it DOES start construction... it'll look like this when finished:


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Looks gorgeous!
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Who wants to wager that Allen Parkway development will be value-engineered into a sprawling lifestyle center anchored by a "Texas donut" style mid-rise apartment building and a Hobby Lobby?
Doubt it, its funded and its a group that wants in on the Houston market (the partner). This is more like regent square where the Sovereign went up and they rest of the phases took for ever. Phase I is going to happen and soon, but true to Houston this thing will be sandwiched between a Federal Reserve Bank branch, a housing project, and a natural bayou with a beautiful park. I hope the overpass bridge gets finished like the rendering and in phase I.
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Doubt it, its funded and its a group that wants in on the Houston market (the partner). This is more like regent square where the Sovereign went up and they rest of the phases took for ever. Phase I is going to happen and soon, but true to Houston this thing will be sandwiched between a Federal Reserve Bank branch, a housing project, and a natural bayou with a beautiful park. I hope the overpass bridge gets finished like the rendering and in phase I.
I don't care for the sky bridge, I rather see people use the crosswalk that was recently placed there as part of the Allen Parkway improvements.

The design for the hotel/condo tower and lifestyle center is said to be locked in place, phase II and III may change.
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Houston Multifamily Market Gained Traction in First Quarter

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HOUSTON (By Dale King) – Apartment demand in the Houston metropolitan area increased in early 2017, a multifamily housing report says. In fact, residents leased a significant number of units, resulting in a net absorption gain of 4,916 apartments during the first three months of the year, exceeding the net of 4,423 units absorbed during all of 2016, according to Berkadia’s Q1 2017 Houston Multifamily Report.

Rental numbers were strongest in the Westpark/Bissonnet submarket where occupancy was the highest in the metro region, 94.3%.

“A lot of product was priced to move,” Ryan Epstein, senior managing director, Investment Sales, in Berkadia’s Houston office told realtynewsreport.com. “There is more traffic in the city. More traffic, more demand.”
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Final design for this 50-unit condo building currently on sale.



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