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Old Posted Nov 9, 2013, 9:15 PM
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Perennial — Phase II | 36 & 28 FLOORS

Developer: Gables Residential
Architect: HKS
Type: Mixed-Use
Construction Start: Summer 2014

This is the second phase to the office component of this project, BBVA Compass Plaza. It's a residential & hotel combo, 446 units at 36 floors. We should get a more detailed rendering once the high-rise is announced officially.



The project has grown in size, it was originally proposed at 30-floors (tower on the right).


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More infill for Uptown and not bad looking.
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How soon till it's formalized and who's going to operate the hotel?
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New rendering:


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Not the best pic, but soil samples are being taken at the site.

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Here's the office tower:



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  • 930,000 square feet
  • 276 units/170 rooms w/ 20,000 square feet of retail
  • 367,000 square feet office tower w/ 6,500 square feet of retail.
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Is this the Apache HQ?
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Very cool. I like it!
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Build now!
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This is great! Love the trend.
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Darn.
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Darn.
More like ridiculous.
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The office tower needs a tenant to move forward, but the hotel/apartment high-rise will break ground either the 2Q or 3Q of this year.

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...6037038.php#/0

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Original plan: In 2011, a group affiliated with the Redstone Cos. - now TRC Capital Partners - said it was planning a hotel and office tower on the Uptown site. It said the project was contingent on financing and could be underway within a couple of years.

Update: At the end of last year, the developer signed an agreement with a hotel brand and plans to break ground on a full-service hotel in the second or third quarter. The office building has been put on hold until a tenant can be found.
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So we get another box that looks like the Catalyst. Oh well...
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