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Old Posted Feb 24, 2014, 7:12 AM
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Hyatt Place & Hyatt Regency | 12 & 14 FLOORS

Developer: Songy Highroads
Architect: Gensler
Type: Hotel
Location: Uptown (Galleria) - NW Corner of Sage Rd. & West Alabama
Completion Date: Late 2015



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325-room hotel headed to Galleria area

An Atlanta developer has broken ground on a hotel next to the Houston Galleria, the newest real estate project in an area that's seen a surge of development in recent years.

The property, a 325-room Hyatt Regency, is being developed by a partnership between Songy HighRoads and the Carlyle Group at the northwest corner of Sage Road and West Alabama.

Full Article: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...ea-5056518.php
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Old Posted Feb 26, 2014, 5:18 AM
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They've done quite a bit already. Next time I visit, I'll have to check progress.
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I guess that means this one is going to be Under Construction soon.
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The crane is up.

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The developer has announced a 12-story Hyatt Place today. Construction will begin immediately and wrap up around the same time as the Hyatt Regency.



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Galleria-area development to gain a second Hyatt

An Atlanta development firm that controls more than 7 acres next to the Galleria is adding a second hotel to the site, which by the end of next year will have close to 500 new hotel rooms - all under the Hyatt brand.

"Demand for hotels in the Galleria is at its current peak, and it's continuing to rise," said developer David Songy, CEO of Songy HighRoads, which owns the Galleria Place development along Sage Road between Westheimer and West Alabama with The Carlyle Group.

The new hotel, a Hyatt Place, will join a 325-room Hyatt Regency that has already broken ground in Galleria Place.

Both projects are expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to Atlanta-based Songy.

The hotel projects are part of a tremendous construction boom underway in the Uptown area.

Full Article: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...5663530.php#/0




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I see a third hotel, taller than the other two, on the property. It also appears to be future development. Am I imagining it?
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New renderings for the Hyatt Regency





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I quit like it
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10/25 by larrydierker, second crane up

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