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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 800 Post Oak | FT | FLOORS

Developer: Trammell Crow
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Type: Office
Location: 800 Post Oak (NW Corner of Post Oak & Uptown Park Blvd.)
Construction Timeline: 2015 Start Date - 2017 Completion



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Houston company announces projects in Galleria area

Houston-based Am- REIT, owner of the Uptown Park shopping center and other prime retail parcels here, rejected a buyout offer from Regency Centers Corp. on Tuesday and simultaneously announced plans for more than $650 million worth of new development in the Galleria area.

AmREIT has acquired a 20.3 percent ownership interest in the Inverness Townhomes at the northwest corner of Post Oak Boulevard and Uptown Park Boulevard and plans to purchase the entire site and form a joint venture with Trammell Crow Co. to develop 560,000 square feet of office space and 16,000 square feet of retail space. Estimated project costs are more than $225 million, and construction could begin within the next 12 to 15 months.

Full Article: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...ew-5655319.php
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25 floors?
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25 floors?
Thats what I counted too. Looks like the last two are mechanical.
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25 floors?
I count 27, but two are partial.
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http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...r-uptown-park/

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800 Post Oak: AmREIT owns a 20.3 percent interest in the Inverness Townhomes and has entered into an agreement with Trammell Crow Co. to develop 591,000 square feet of office space and 19,000 square feet of retail space with parking. The site is about 2.9 acres and is located at the northwest corner of Post Oak Boulevard and Uptown Park Boulevard. Trammell Crow’s longtime partner, Principal Financial Group, will be a key investor. The more than $280 million project could begin within the next 15 months.
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Soil samples were taken last week.
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Still taking samples, 12/2 by houstontexasjack

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Renderings have surfaced online c/o Gensler, but unfortunately the project is on hold, 36-floors.









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HOK's design proposal, 24-floors:





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So which one is it?
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So which one is it?
It's not yet known, the project was placed on hold after Edens acquired AmREIT (the property owner behind redeveloping the site). Maybe even something different from the two above whenever the project moves forward.
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It's odd that Edens bought AmREIT just to shut them down. Perhaps they're soliciting a few EB-5 candidates.
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So this is still an ongoing development! Intriguing! I like Gensler's renderings better, let's see if this gets off the ground next year.
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This is now proposed as a condo building.

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