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Lightbulb TEXAS | Cities Compilation and Directory 2016 Version

TEXAS CITIES COMPILATION AND DIRECTORY 2015 VERSION



Last Updated: 4/23/2016


Cities Included:

1) Dallas
2) Houston
3) Plano
4) Austin
5) The Woodlands
6) San Antonio
7) Fort Worth
8) ... MORE TO BE ADDED

Useful Texas Metro Compilation Threads:


1) DALLAS FORT WORTH | Urban + Suburban P & C
2) HOUSTON | Development Thread II
3) AUSTIN | Projects & Construction III


Search Hints:


1) Use Control + F , then type keyword, and the thread title will appear in this front page.

2) For google, type "project title or key word" + skyscraperpage, and the first search result will be a thread.

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DALLAS SSP THREADS (All With Links):



Proposed:

1) DALLAS | Block XII | ~31 FLOORS
2) DALLAS | 2850 N. Harwood | 22 FLOORS
3) DALLAS | Ross Perot Tower | FT | FLOORS (1.5+ mil sq ft)
4) DALLAS | Victory Center | 23 FLOORS
5) DALLAS | Hillwood Urban Campus | ~2M Sq Ft
6) DALLAS | Two Arts Plaza | 12 FLOORS
7) DALLAS | The Pearl | 14 FLOORS
8) DALLAS | Virgin Hotel | 18 FLOORS
09) DALLAS | 2121 Flora (Flora Lofts) | EST: 460FT | 39 FLOORS
10) DALLAS | Ventana by Buckner | 12 FLOORS X 2
11) DALLAS | Oliver + Central | 19 FLOORS
12) DALLAS | The Spire | 1.7 million sq ft | 11 acres
13) DALLAS | StreetLights Hall & Howell | 17-25 FLOORS
14) DALLAS | Cinépolis Building | 20 FLOORS?
15) DALLAS | 800 Main Street | 15 FLOORS
16) DALLAS | Old Warsaw site | 14 FLOORS
17) DALLAS | Ltd. Edition | 285 FT / 87 M | 22 FLOORS
18) DALLAS | Pacific Plaza Redevelopment | ~300 meters | 984 feet | 70+ floors
19) DALLAS | Dream Hotel | 16 FLOORS
20) DALLAS | The Case Building | 17 FLOORS
21) DALLAS | Harwood Forum | 1080 feet |twin 80 story towers
22) DALLAS | The Tower at Hall Arts | 50 FLOORS
23) DALLAS | The Residences at Hall Arts | 20 + 11 FLOORS
24) DALLAS | Alpha Tower | ~27 Floors
25) DALLAS | 1640 Edison | 19 Floors
26) DALLAS | South Asian Museum Mixed-Use Tower | 39 FLOORS
27) DALLAS | The Epic | 14 FLOORS
28) DALLAS | 2000 Ross Avenue | 26 FLOORS
29) DALLAS | Blackburn & N Central Expy | 24 FLOORS
30) DALLAS | Singleton and Gulden Lane | ~14 Floors
31) DALLAS | Commun + Ilume Design District | 25 FLOORS
32) DALLAS | Preston Hollow Village Office Tower | ~13 FLOORS
33) DALLAS | Alexan Katy Trail | 184 FEET | 15 FLOORS
34) DALLAS | Hi Line Drive and Turtle Creek | FEET | ~20 FLOORS
35) DALLAS | 2007 Randall Street | 240 FT | 20-22 FLOORS
36) DALLAS | Cedar Springs @ Fairmount | 22 FLOORS

Under Construction:

1) DALLAS | McKinney & Olive | 335 FT / 102 M | 21 FLOORS
2) DALLAS | 1920 McKinney Ave | 12 FLOORS
3) DALLAS | One Uptown | 19 FLOORS
4) DALLAS | Bleu Ciel | 400 FT / 122 M | 33 FLOORS
5) DALLAS | The Ascent | 23 FLOORS
6) DALLAS | Rolex Building | 7 FLOORS
7) DALLAS | SkyHouse | 240 FT | 24 floors
8) DALLAS | Katy Station | 310 FEET | 28 FLOORS
9) DALLAS | The Terraces at Douglas Center | 175 FEET | 12 FLOORS
10) DALLAS | 1900 Pearl | 362 FEET | 23 FLOORS
11) DALLAS | Park District | 385 & 316 FT | 34 & 20 FLOORS
12) DALLAS | The Union | 355 & 315 FT | 20 & 16 FLOORS
13) DALLAS | M-Line Tower | 19 FLOORS
14) DALLAS | The McKenzie | 23 FLOORS

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Houston SSP Threads (All With Links):



Proposed:

1) HOUSTON | Aurora | FT | 16 FLOORS
2) HOUSTON | Capitol Tower | FT | 35 FLOORS
3) HOUSTON | 3300 Main | FT | 21 FLOORS
4) HOUSTON | River Oaks District Phase II | FT | 29 & ?? FLOORS
5) HOUSTON | Block 98 | FT | 40 FLOORS
6) HOUSTON | Gables Westcreek | 15 Floors
7) HOUSTON | Camden Conte | FT | 21 x 2 FLOORS
8) HOUSTON | City View Terrace | 12 FLOORS
9) HOUSTON | InterContinental Hotel & Apts | 413 FT & 243 FT | 38 & 22 FLOORS
10) HOUSTON | 1600 Louisiana | 859 FT / 262 M | 52 FLOORS
11) HOUSTON | The Hudson | FT | 11 FLOORS
12) HOUSTON | Hanover River Oaks | 462 FT / 141 M | 39 FLOORS
13) HOUSTON | 1660 Post Oak | ~438 FT | 39 FLOORS
14) HOUSTON | 800 Bell | 606 FT / 185 M | 44 Floors | Redevelopment
15) HOUSTON | 1111 Main St. | FLOORS
16) HOUSTON | Perennial Hotel & Residences | 36 & 29 FLOORS
17) HOUSTON | 801 Texas Ave | FT | FLOORS
18) HOUSTON | Marlowe | 255 FT / 78 M | 20 FLOORS
19) HOUSTON | Block 114 | 24 FLOORS
20) HOUSTON | 100 Waugh Drive | 17 & 14 FLOORS
21) HOUSTON | Republic Square | 7 Towers | ~14-16 FLOORS
22) HOUSTON | 3333 Richmond | FT | 20 FLOORS
23) HOUSTON | Regent Square Block B1 | FT | ~ 36 FLOORS
24) HOUSTON | Park Place at Buffalo Bayou | 18 FLOORS
25) HOUSTON | San Felipe Tower | 33 FLOORS
26) HOUSTON | 1717 Bissonnet | 266 FT / 81 M | 23 FLOORS
27) HOUSTON | Apache Tower | FT | 34 FLOORS
28) HOUSTON | Five Allen Center | HEIGHT | 35 FLOORS
29) HOUSTON | Six Houston Center | HEIGHT | 30 FLOORS
30) HOUSTON | Tower at Hermann Place | FT | 35 to 50 FLOORS
31) HOUSTON | Theater Square | FT | 41 FLOORS
32) HOUSTON | 800 Post Oak | FT | FLOORS
33) HOUSTON | The Tower at Uptown Park (W Hotel) | 37 FLOORS
34) HOUSTON | The Palazzi at Uptown Park | 16 FLOORS
35) HOUSTON | CityCentre Expansion | 16 x 2 & 13 FLOORS
36) HOUSTON | Hilton Garden Inn | FT | 12 FLOORS
37) HOUSTON | Chelsea at Museum District | FT | 18 FLOORS
38) HOUSTON | Museo Plaza | FT | 54 FLOORS
39) HOUSTON | TMC|3 Innovation Campus | FEET | FLOORS
40) HOUSTON | Artesian Eclipse | 750 FT / 229 M | FLOORS
41) HOUSTON | Residence Inn | 199 FT / 61 M | FLOORS
42) HOUSTON | The Homey | FT | 17 FLOORS
43) HOUSTON | Post Office Redevelopment | FEET | FLOORS
44) HOUSTON | One Parkside | FT | 13 FLOORS
45) HOUSTON | Menil Expansion High-Rise | FT | FLOORS
46) HOUSTON | Ivy Lofts | FEET | 24 FLOORS
47) HOUSTON | The Kirby Mansion | 218 FT / 66 M | 15 FLOORS
48) HOUSTON | 4600 Post Oak Place | FT | FLOORS
49) HOUSTON | Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center Expansion | FT | ~20 FLOORS
50) HOUSTON | 500 N. Shepard (3 Towers) | FT | 35 + ? + ? FLOORS
51 HOUSTON | 7200 MAIN | ~50 FLOORS | 4 Towers
52) HOUSTON | McNair @Richmond (3 Towers) | 33 + 22 + 16 FLOORS
53) HOUSTON | Hanover Boulevard Place | FT | FLOORS
54) HOUSTON | Red Lion Hotel | FT | 16 FLOORS
55) HOUSTON | Galleria Hotel & Residences | FT | 25-30 FLOORS

Under Construction:

1) HOUSTON | Elan Heights | 133 FT / 41 M | 11 FLOORS
2) HOUSTON | Methodist Inpatient Hospital | 395 FT / 120 M | 20 FLOORS
4) HOUSTON | Marriott Marquis Convention Center Hotel | 395 FT / 120 M | 29 FLOORS
5) HOUSTON | 609 Main at Texas | 752 FT / 229 M | 49 FLOORS
6) HOUSTON | BHP Billiton Tower | 477 FT / 145 M | 30 FLOORS | U/C
7) HOUSTON | Astoria | 322 FT / 98 M | 28 FLOORS | U/C
8) HOUSTON | SkyHouse Main | 262 FT / 80 M | 24 FLOORS
9) HOUSTON | Catalyst | 334 FT / 102 M | 28 FLOORS
10) HOUSTON | 3400 Montrose | 326 FT / 99 M | 30 FLOORS
11) HOUSTON | Market Square Tower | 498 FT / 152 M | 40 FLOORS
12) HOUSTON | Aris at Market Square | 371 FT / 113 M | 32 FLOORS
13) HOUSTON | The Carter | 224 FT / 68 M | 20 FLOORS
14) HOUSTON | The Vantage | 260 FT / 79 M | 22 FLOORS
15) HOUSTON | The Southmore | 284 FT / 87 M | 25 FLOORS
17) HOUSTON | Amegy Bank Headquarters | 24 FLOORS
18) HOUSTON | Hotel Alessandra | 263 FT / 80 M | 21 FLOORS
21) HOUSTON | Phillips 66 HQ | 274 FT & 242 FT | 16 & 14 FLOORS
23) HOUSTON | The Ivy | FT | 17 FLOORS
24) HOUSTON | The Post Oak | 498 FT / 152 M | 35 FLOORS
25) HOUSTON | 1885 St. James Place | 15 FLOORS
26) HOUSTON | The Wilshire | 208 FT / 63 M | 17 FLOORS
27) HOUSTON | The Kirby Collection | 293 FT & 193 FT | 25 & 13 FLOORS
28) HOUSTON | Hotel Zaza Memorial City | 228 FT / 69 M | 17 FLOORS
29) HOUSTON | Arabella | 34 FLOORS
30) HOUSTON | Texas Children's Hospital Expansion | 457 FT / 139 M | 25 FLOORS
31) HOUSTON | Memorial Hermann Expansion | FT | 15 FLOORS
32) HOUSTON | The River Oaks | 20 FLOORS | Redevelopment

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Plano SSP Threads (All With Links)




Proposed:

1) PLANO | One Haggard Place | 20 FLOORS
2) PLANO | Platinum Tower | 12 FLOORS
3) PLANO | Windrose at Legacy West | 30 FLOORS
4) PLANO | Palladium Tower | ~360' | 30 FLOORS
5) PLANO | Trammell Crow Tower | 27 FLOORS
6) PLANO | Legacy West Hotel | FEET | FLOORS


Under Construction


1) PLANO | One Legacy West | 14 FLOORS
2) PLANO | Renaissance Hotel | 17 FLOORS
3) PLANO | Liberty Mutual | Twin 20-Story Towers


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Austin SSP Threads (All With Links)



Proposed:



1) AUSTIN | 48 East | 370 FEET | 33 FLOORS
2) AUSTIN | Third + Shoal | 387 FEET | 29 FLOORS
3) AUSTIN | Austin Proper | 397 FEET | 32 FLOORS
4) AUSTIN | One Two East | 185 FT (Main roof) | 15 FLOORS | 2 BLDGS
5) AUSTIN | 99 Trinity Tower | 467 FEET | 38 FLOORS
6) AUSTIN | 6th & Nueces | FT | 32 FLOORS
7) AUSTIN | 405 Colorado | FEET | 26 FLOORS
8) AUSTIN | 70 Rainey | 472 FEET | 35 FLOORS
9) AUSTIN | Waller Park Place | 3 BLDGS | 614 FT/53 FLRS | 523 FT/45 FLRS | 333 FT/26 FL
10) AUSTIN | 5th & Brazos | 420 FEET | 36 FLOORS
12) AUSTIN | Waterloo Park Hotel | 24 FLOORS
13) AUSTIN | Hotel ZaZa & Apartments | 305 FEET | 24 FLOORS | SITE PREP
14) AUSTIN | Travis County Civil Courthouse | ~270 FEET | 14 FLOORS
15) AUSTIN | Mexic-Arte Museum | 140 FT | 8 FLOORS
16) AUSTIN | Town Lake Lofts | 18 FLOORS
17) AUSTIN | Lambie Cove Residential | Feet? | Floors? | Proposed
18) AUSTIN | Austin Convention Center Expansion & Hotel | FEET | FLOORS
19) AUSTIN | Block 87 | FT | FLOORS
20) AUSTIN | Block 71 Redevelopment | FEET | FLOORS
21) AUSTIN | 2100 Rio Grande | 175 FEET | ? FLOORS
22) AUSTIN | The Avenue | 30 FLOORS
23) AUSTIN | Skyloft | FEET | 18 FLOORS
24) AUSTIN | Aspen West Campus | 181 FEET | 17 FLOORS
25) AUSTIN | 4th & Red River | FT | FLOORS


Under Construction:


1) AUSTIN | The Independent | 688 FEET | 58 FLOORS
2) AUSTIN | 5th & Colorado | 242 FEET | 18 FLOORS
3) AUSTIN | University House | 192 FEET / 58 M | 19 FLOORS
4) AUSTIN | Rise | 235 FT / 72 M | 22 FLOORS
5) AUSTIN | 500 West 2nd Street | 400 FEET | 28 FLOORS | U/C
6) AUSTIN | University of Texas System Headquarters | 270 FEET | 19 FLOORS
7) AUSTIN | Seaholm Residences | 341 FEET | 30 FLOORS | T.O.
8) AUSTIN | Fairmont Hotel | 595 FEET/ SPIRE | 456 FEET/ROOF | 36 FLRS | SITE PREP
9) AUSTIN | Austin Archer Hotel | 121 FEET | 8 FLOORS | U/C
10) AUSTIN | Hyatt House | 120 FEET | 11 FLOORS | SITE PREP
11) AUSTIN | Aloft Austin & Element Hotel Downtown | 328 FEET | 31 FLOORS
12) AUSTIN | Shoal Creek Walk | 208 FEET | 15 FLOORS
13) AUSTIN | Fifth & West Residences | 459 FEET | 39 FLOORS
14) AUSTIN | Homewood Suites at East Avenue | 184 FEET | 17 FLOORS

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The Woodlands SSP Threads (With Links)



Proposed:

1) THE WOODLANDS | Treviso at Waterway Square | 24 FLOORS
2) THE WOODLANDS | Superblock East | 412 FT / 126 M | 27 FLOORS
3) THE WOODLANDS | 10 Waterway | 302 FT / 92 M | 20 FLOORS
4) THE WOODLANDS | Anadarko Tower II | FT | FLOORS

Under Construction:





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San Antonio SSP Threads (All With Links)



Proposed:


1) SAN ANTONIO | Frost Bank Headquarters | 40-50 FLOORS
2) SAN ANTONIO │ Canopy by Hilton │ 24 FLOORS
3) SAN ANTONIO │ Joske's Tower │ 31 FLOORS │ 410 FEET
4) SAN ANTONIO | JMJ Towers River Walk | FT | 30 Floors
5) SAN ANTONIO │ Cambria Hotel & Mixed Use │ 18 FLOORS
6) SAN ANTONIO | Thompson Hotel and Residences | FT | 273 FT | 21 FLOORS

Under Construction:


1) SAN ANTONIO | The Cellars | 124 FEET | 10 FLOORS | Under Construction


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Forth Worth SSP Threads (All With Links)



Proposed:


1) FORT WORTH | Convention Center Hotel | FT | FLOORS
2) FORT WORTH | Marriott AC Hotel | FT |14 FLOORS
3) FORT WORTH | Marriott Residences Inn | 23 FLOORS

Under Construction:


1) FORT WORTH | River Tower | 267 ft / 81M | 23 floors
2) FORT WORTH | 640 Taylor Street (Jetta) | FT | 26 FLOORS

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Project Sets:


A) Texas

1) 10 Tallest U/C: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=220420

B) Houston

1) Set 1: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...4&postcount=20
2) Set 2: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...8&postcount=29

C) Dallas

1) skys the limit Project set: http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/show...2&postcount=42

D) Austin

1) The ATX Project Set (Spreadsheet List): http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/show...3&postcount=39


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GIS SETS:

General Texas (Whole State)GIS:

1) http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/view/lid/49689



Dallas:


1) http://maps.dallascad.org/website/dcad/viewer.htm

Houston:

1) http://mycity.houstontx.gov/home/
2) http://www.h-gac.com/rds/gis-data/gis-datasets.aspx
3) http://cohgis.mycity.opendata.arcgis.com/

Austin:

1) http://www.austintexas.gov/GIS/devel...ap/Viewer.aspx

Population Explorer/Land Size Tool

1) https://populationexplorer.com/

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COMMENTS?

Comments on how to add to this or improve? Will add more cities. I was thinking this could also function as a mid/low rise thread. With a title for the city, project name, rendering, and short but to the point info. Only for all cities in Texas. Almost like an encyclopedia for Texas Cities. Similar to the NYC mid/low and high rise thread, only for Texan cities.

Where this will differ is that this is a reference / encyclopedia on projects. A continuously updated reference and list of projects for each city.

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Wow! Nice work. This a fantastic layout to focus in on an area or city.
Maybe at the bottom of each city group have general developments, I dont know if you want to go into the suburbs like Plano for Dallas etc, if you did it could all be under Dallas. Also in a situation like DFW you may combine Dallas and Ft Worth...
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Hmm sounds like a good idea to combine certain parts. Yeah I was thinking places like Plano too or even Corpus Chritie.

Essentially, very similar to the NYC mid/low and high rise where it strictly focuses on projects (1 post per project with info on it) and construction updates. Differing from the conventional threads where its news on projects, but also discussion/analysis on it. This would be encyclopedia style. Comments welcome, but more emphasis on the projects.

I was thinking the layout for a typical post would go like this:

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City: (Lets say Dallas for this Example)
Project Name: (Usually the address and if it has a name, address + name of project)


{ Rendering }

[INFO - Usually short, and showing the important details; units/cost/height,etc)

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This way every city is covered. Even cities which aren't really focused on like Corpus Christie or some far flung suburb. Even if its a small town, the layout above allows for that.


But yeah, to the Texas members, feel free to add to this project encyclopedia.

Also, yeah, general developments, low to mid and highrises/skyscrapers are welcome. Any development essentially.
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Directory Update:

A) Added Plano and Austin threads (u/c and proposed); all with working links.
B) Thanks SLO for the suggestions.
C) More to come...
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Anything going on in San Antonio? I don't see them on here much. With the way they're growing, I'd figure they'd be more active in the market.
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In favor! Efficient way to see what's going on in the state.

With Plano being a suburb of Dallas, Forth Worth too should have more exposure. There may be more for Austin hiding under the Texas/South Central section.

Pulled up threads for The Woodlands and Kingwood, two suburbs north of Houston:

THE WOODLANDS | Treviso at Waterway Square | 24 FLOORS
THE WOODLANDS | The Westin | 12 FLOORS
THE WOODLANDS | Superblock East | 412 FT / 126 M | 27 FLOORS
THE WOODLANDS | 10 Waterway | 302 FT / 92 M | 20 FLOORS
THE WOODLANDS | Anadarko Tower III | FT | FLOORS

KINGWOOD | King Diamond Condominiums | FT | 25 FLOORS x 4
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Anything going on in San Antonio? I don't see them on here much. With the way they're growing, I'd figure they'd be more active in the market.
Yup will add it soon. For now I want to set up the links and get a general directory going and then I'll start to add projects and so on. Very similar to the NYC Directory. Same style essentially and will use the layout/post style in post #3.
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In favor! Efficient way to see what's going on in the state.

With Plano being a suburb of Dallas, Forth Worth too should have more exposure. There may be more for Austin hiding under the Texas/South Central section.

Pulled up threads for The Woodlands and Kingwood, two suburbs north of Houston:
Thanks Urbannizer. Will add it promptly. Also to any Texas mods or Admins, if threads get moved feel free to drop a message. Or anybody really. Keeps the first post accurate. Usually I notice if threads move, but sometimes the move icon goes away and I may miss it.

Edit: Added it

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Nice idea about creating a compilation, however some corrections need to me made.

In Dallas, The Ascent is already under construction.

In Plano, One Legacy West is under construction.
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You're spelling Corpus Christi like your governor's last name.

Great idea for a thread and excellent execution!
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Nice idea about creating a compilation, however some corrections need to me made.

In Dallas, The Ascent is already under construction.

In Plano, One Legacy West is under construction.
Fixed.

Also added San Antonio section.
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Great thread. This will help alot in knowing which projects have their thread already and which do. Just days ago I was about to add Parkland Memorial Hospital until I finally found it under General Developments. Good Idea Chris.

I would add Richardson also. The suburbs in DFW I would say are on beast mode are Richardson, Plano, and Frisco. I only see the projects below on Richardson's database but I am sure there are more projects planned or U/C for the CityLine project. And then you have the Palisades Central which was recently announced so we can only bet there will be more on this city:

State Farm Regional Headquarters Tower IV
Six CityLine
Aloft Hotel

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Added a few in from the Austin subforum.

Complication Threads (will begin to update them):

1) TEXAS GULF COAST | Development Thread
2) MIDLAND | Development Thread

Kingwood:

KINGWOOD | King Diamond Condominiums | FT | 25 FLOORS x 4

Midland:

MIDLAND | Hotel Santa Rita No.1 | FT | 15 FLOORS
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HOUSTON | Galleria Highrise | FT | FLOORS

Project: Galleria Highrise



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The Galleria covers 2.2 million square feet and includes about 400 stores and restaurants, two hotels and three office towers.

It may soon get a residential component.

Contis said a 300-unit residential high-rise - with an outdoor pool and an indoor connection to the Galleria - is envisioned for the corner of West Alabama and Sage.
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Texas search tips

Search Tips Expanded:
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How to use the directory to find threads in less than 15 seconds:


1) Click the first post # and get the link. In this case, the link is: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...81&postcount=1

Link to Bookmark: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...81&postcount=1

Bookmark the link in red.

For Chrome:

1) For chrome, open a new tab, and bookmark the link to your browser tab (below where you type in a website)

2) Anytime you need to access it, just press the bookmark and do the steps below in "blue".

Steps to Find a thread Quickly:

A) Do Control + F

B) Type in keyword (Project name or just a part of it; helps if you forget the name. Even if you don't know the full name, doing these steps allows for quick access.

C) Press enter, and you will see words highlighted. Keep pressing enter until you find it.

D) Doing so will allow quick access, and its much better than wondering where a certain thread is in the sub forum pages. This eliminates not being able to find threads or saves a lot of time.

For Internet Explorer:

1) Same steps as chrome. Bookmark it, and you can even save the link on your desktop.

2) Repeat steps A - C

Note: The same thing could be done with the NYC directory.

Note #2: You can also just go down the link. but doing the procedure above saves time.
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Glad they planned this along Sage Rd, as it is pretty underrated walkable street.
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HOUSTON | The River Oaks | 20 FLOORS | Redevelopment

Project: The River Oaks.

*The building will be expanded by two floors (with each being a penthouse suite).



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Last September, Arel Capital purchased The River Oaks Luxury Apartments, an iconic, mid-century building located at 3433 Westheimer Road, near Claremont Lane and St. John’s School.

The New York-based real estate investment and development firm will redevelop the Miesian-style building, designed by Houston architect Cameron Fairchild, into an 18-story, 78-unit condominium project called The River Oaks.
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...m-project.html
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FORT WORTH | 640 Taylor Street | FT | 26 FLOORS

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FORT WORTH | River Tower | 238 ft / 72M | 23 floors

We have dozens of smaller urban projects in the central neighborhoods, but none are over 10 floors. You can see a map with renderings and additional information on all those here.
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Houston | Le Meridien | 21 Floors | Conversion

Project: Le Meridien Hotel



Plans call for a conversion of this 1950's office building into a 255-room Le Meridien Hotel with a street level restaurant and rooftop amenity space featuring a pool and bar. The vacant building is located @1121 Walker St. in downtown Houston.

The exterior will be restored to its original look by receiving new windows and bricks will be repointed/cleaned.

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...a-le-meridien/
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3300 Main:



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Midtown Houston revels in this idea. The area is deep in the midst of an urban resurgence. Business is booming and a crop of new developments in the area is encouraging a swift pace of growth. The Midtown Arts and Theater Center (MATCH) is one of the most buzzed about new projects in the area. 3300 Main, a proposed 400-unit residential tower next to MATCH, would complement this arts center and create a focal point for this low-density neighborhood.
Aurora:



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Chris Sims, a custom home builder based in Sugar Land, is planning the new building on a tree-lined street behind Uptown Park, a high-end shopping destination off the West Loop near Post Oak Boulevard.

The new building will be called Aurora and will hold 40 units, most of which will be priced between $2 million and $2.6 million. The units will range from 3,400 to 4,000 square feet. Four two-story penthouses as large as 6,400 square feet will be priced in the $4 million to $5 million range.
Theater District Master Plan:



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the city's tourism arm is proposing to transform the 17-block area that includes the Alley Theatre, Jones Hall, Hobby Center and the Wortham Theater Center over the next decade into a vibrant urban hub where inviting green space with surrounding cafes and restaurants allow patrons to wait out the grueling traffic with post-performance drinks or late-night snacks.

Colorful lights and projections would flash across the monolithic exterior walls of the theater buildings. It would be a place for festivals, outside performances and interactive art installations.
Riva at the Park:



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Riva at the Park, located at 3331 D’Amico St. near Allen Parkway and Dunlavy Street, will be a 10-story, 29-unit high-rise overlooking Buffalo Bayou Park, one mile west of the downtown Central Business District.
Melrose Building (Conversion into Le Meridian Hotel):



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255 rooms and street level restaurant.
InterContinental Hotel and Apartments:



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1) 22 Floors
2) 243 feet
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The Mondrian at the Museums:



City View Lofts:



1400 California:



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Referencing the simplicity & functionality of the Bauhaus movement, The California mid-rise invigorates these enduring principles w/ modern sensibility & luxury. Each of the 22 sleek & sophisticated residences offer generous floor plan options, state-of-the-art audio/visual systems, direct-access elevators, & stunning views of the Houston skyline. Located in vibrant Montrose, this eight-level boutique building sits in the epicenter of a burgeoning urban environment.Est. Completion: Fall 2016. - See more at: http://www.1400california.com/#sthash.t1HIMfGs.dpuf
River Oaks District Phase II:




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The new 3.4-acre site, adjacent to River Oaks District and located at the northwest corner of Westcreek Lane and Westheimer, will be developed as part of Phase II of River Oaks District.


The 455,000 square-foot expansion will complement the existing site and the greater Houston-area with 190,000 square feet of state-of the-art office space; 150,000 square feet devoted to a luxury hotel; 90,000 square feet of contemporary residential space; and 25,000 square feet of best-in-class and bespoke retail.
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The Wilshire:



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Pelican Builders Inc. has scheduled a groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 4 on The Wilshire, a 17-story, 96-unit Class A condo tower on the site of the former Westcreek apartment complex between Westheimer Road and San Felipe Street.
The high-rise project at 2049 Westcreek Lane will be a short walking distance from the River Oaks District, a luxury mixed-use complex featuring 252,000 square feet of ultra high-end retail, restaurants, cafes and amenities under construction.
3003 Louisiana:



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The Gensler architecture firm has designed a building for Senterra's site with 250,000 square feet of office space in nine floors above seven levels of parking. The structure will allow for six corner offices. Terraces will face Anita, Louisiana and Milam on the building's eighth and 16th floors.
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1) http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/b...o-medical.html
2) http://www.rtkl.com/wip/the-winners/3300-main/
3) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...ue-6443472.php
4) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...#photo-8462255
5) http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...rst-condo.html
6) http://www.1400california.com/
7) http://www.olivermcmillan.com/places...trict_phase_ii
8) http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...eria-area.html
9) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...in-6402458.php
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