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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor | 173 FT / 53 M | 14 FLOORS

14-Story assisted living tower, groundbreaking ceremony was held on Nov. 15th.



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Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor will break ground on a 14-story tower as part of a $70 million expansion of the 50-year-old senior living community at 4141 S. Braeswood near Stella Link.

A ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. Friday.

Construction firm Lend Lease will build the tower, which will include 84 residences, 25 assisted living residences, 8 memory support residences, wellness and fitness amenities, an indoor pool, dining venues and an 180-seat performance and event center.

Opening is planned in 2015.


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And a convenient short walk to United Orthodox Synagogues.
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The last time I was in town, I saw them drilling those piers. That augers well.
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Nice design. That's how to properly screen the mechanical penthouse.
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Saw that on my way out of town. One never expects to see cranes in that neighborhood.
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Where do they put the debris from tearing stuff down?

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Question, where does all the debris from tearing down the old stuff go? Is there a massive dump in Houston someplace for it? Seeing the multicolored brick apartments in the foreground made me wonder since that looks destined for destruction. Is any of it reused?
     
     
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