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More luxury apartments on tap for River Oaks area

Houston's gaining another tony apartment project. A luxury midrise apartment project called Azalea Court broke ground this month, located at the northeast corner of Westheimer Road and Mid Lane.

Situated on 11.2 acres directly between Highland Village and the River Oaks district, Azalea Court will include 645 units in an eight-story building and a 17-story tower. Azalea Court is the first phase of a mixed-use project. Financial details about the project were not disclosed.


Full Article: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...oaks-area.html

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Houston has tons of these mid rise, block encompassing developments going on. I'm very impressed with the quality of them too. I love the street level (Shops, tree lined sidewalks).
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Is the 17-story apartment part of the initial build or will it follow later?
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^ It's phase two but the article (and others) say it's u/c as well.

Here's more on Azalea Court, including additional renderings.

https://www.hfflp.com/GetDocument.as...20714.pdf&DT=1

Phase 3 contains:
  • A hotel (front, center)
  • Office Building (front, right)
  • Additional Residential (two buildings in the back)

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Houston has tons of these mid rise, block encompassing developments going on. I'm very impressed with the quality of them too. I love the street level (Shops, tree lined sidewalks).
The problem is they all seem to be separate, self-contained units that bear no relationship to each other. And there's no creativity to them. What makes this one different are the additional highrises. Kind of like Ballston in DC.
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That's absolutely amazing; they're building apartments faster than they can burn down.
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That's absolutely amazing; they're building apartments faster than they can burn down.
I hope that remains the case.
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9/27 by larrydierker on HAIF. The parcel just to the south is being blocked off, the next phase beginning soon?



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What a behemoth midrise. The high rise looks kind of bland next to it.
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Speculation that this latest demo is clearing the way for the highrise. 11/1 by LarryDierker at HAIF (Caution: BIG):

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7488/...d5b9b0f7_o.jpg
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