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Old Posted Jan 14, 2014, 8:13 PM
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Lightbulb HOUSTON | The Carter | 224 FT / 68 M | 20 FLOORS

Developer: Streetlights Residential
Architect: GDA Architects
Type: Residential
Location: 4 Chelsea, Montrose
Start Date: Feb/March 2014 (demo begins)



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Residents Hope High-rise Developer Becomes a Good Neighbor

By Robin Foster
May 15. 2014

Faced with a new 20-story, luxury apartment tower coming to their neighborhood, about 40 residents who are part of the Museum Area Municipal Association met last week with representatives of developer StreetLights Residential (SLR) in hopes they can work together on traffic congestion and other concerns.

Site preparation for the Chelsea Montrose high-rise is under way at 4 Chelsea. Construction is expected to begin in within a month and will take about 20 months to complete. SLR’s Michael Goodwin and Greg Nadeau said they are negotiating a lease for off-site parking to be used by the building contractor. The staging area for materials delivery will be on site, they said.

“We want to be a good neighbor and reach out to you all,” said Goodwin.

Full Article: http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/west_...tml?mode=story




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The 20 story Chelsea-Montrose project will include 305 apartment homes and over 15,000 SF of high end amenity space. Apartment homes will range in size from 720 SF one bedrooms to 2807 SF Penthouses (Townhomes). Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2014 with the first apartment homes being available in the spring of 2016.

20 STORY TOWER
305 LUXURY APARTMENT HOMES
4 Chelsea Blvd.
HOUSTON, TX 77006
http://www.streetlightsres.com/new-add.html
     
     
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This one should start any day now.
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I like this building, but the location is laughable. A high rise on Chelsea St is a bad ideas jean commercial.
     
     
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There's another highrise nearby that looks just like it. It should make for an interesting juxtaposition, if not a couple of bookends.
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This one should start any day now.
I'll check on the site later today, and report back
     
     
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There's demolition work going on at the site, so this one is moving forward.
     
     
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Another crane over 59 (69).
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Took a peek yesterday, the house is completely down and the lot is good to go. Has the crane gone up already?!
     
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by YourHoustonNews
Residents Hope High-rise Developer Becomes a Good Neighbor

By Robin Foster
May 15. 2014

Faced with a new 20-story, luxury apartment tower coming to their neighborhood, about 40 residents who are part of the Museum Area Municipal Association met last week with representatives of developer StreetLights Residential (SLR) in hopes they can work together on traffic congestion and other concerns.

Site preparation for the Chelsea Montrose high-rise is under way at 4 Chelsea. Construction is expected to begin in within a month and will take about 20 months to complete. SLR’s Michael Goodwin and Greg Nadeau said they are negotiating a lease for off-site parking to be used by the building contractor. The staging area for materials delivery will be on site, they said.

“We want to be a good neighbor and reach out to you all,” said Goodwin.

Full Article: http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/west_...tml?mode=story
     
     
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Heh...
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7/9 by Cloud713



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Looks a bit overgrown. No progress recently?
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This one may be about to start. The permits for Floors 1-20 just crossed the HBJ desk.
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Oh my God think about the shadows it will cast and the new traffic!!!!!!!

tower-traffic by photolitherland, on Flickr
     
     
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Change the name of this to the Carter.
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