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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 1660 Post Oak | ~438 FT | 40 FLOORS

Developer: The Dinerstein Companies
Architect: Gensler
Type: Multifamily, Retail
Location: 1616 Post Oak, Uptown
Construction Timeline: 2016 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.

It is negotiating a joint venture with a multifamily developer to build a 40-story, 365-unit residential tower with two stories of retail on a 1.58-acre site at the northwest corner of Post Oak Boulevard and San Felipe. AmREIT would retain ownership of the land and ground-lease the site to the anticipated venture. Total costs are estimated to be $142 million. Construction could begin in the next 12 months.

Full Article: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...ew-5655319.php

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^ is that across the street from the Verizon store; where the shoe store is?
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^ is that across the street from the Verizon store; where the shoe store is?
The site is the Verizon store and the retail buildings next to it. Verizon will be moving over to BLVD Place soon.
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Is it different from this?

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How many high rises are planned or U/C in Houston?
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Is it different from this?

Yes. That tower will sit at the SE Corner of Uptown Park.

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How many high rises are planned or U/C in Houston?
I'm not sure, but there's another onslaught of proposals on the way.
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http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...r-uptown-park/

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1670 Post Oak: An agreement with Lynd Development to build a 40-story, 350-unit high-rise multifamily building above ground-floor retail. AmREIT would retain ownership of the land, 1.58 acres at the northwest corner of San Felipe and Post Oak Boulevard now known as the Courtyard at Post Oak. It would lease the land to the Lynd venture and also own an interest in the retail, parking garage and multi-family portion. The project cost is estimated at $146 million, and construction could begin within the next year.
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How many high rises are planned or U/C in Houston?
Latest SSP count says 37 under construction, 62 planned and 1 Ashby.
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The 40-story high-rise proposed for the site has been dropped. Lynd Co. was the developer.

But the site is again under contract and is expected to be a high-rise development.
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Dinerstein has picked up the site. Residential high-rise w/ 30,000 sq ft of retail.

https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/...medium=Browser

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Here’s our full Uptown panel: Kendall, Eric, Steve, Jonathan, Lisa, Bob and David. A couple of our experts mentioned their excitement about the upcoming Dinerstein project at the northwest corner of Post Oak and San Felipe. Steve says the multifamily community will have 30k SF of retail.
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Dinerstein Cos. has tied up the northwest corner of San Felipe and Post Oak. Nothing has been announced officially, but Dinerstein’s concept is a 30-story mixed-use project with two levels of retail.

Dinerstein paid dearly for the tract, which is less than two acres. Word on the street is the price was $305 per square foot or more than $20 million, just for the land.
http://realtynewsreport.com/2015/12/...tons-galleria/
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c/o tanglewoods:

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underground garage with retail in a podium. All glass facade 30 + floors. All glass facade. I'm not the only one that saw the rendering, hopefully it will pop up here soon.
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39 Stories - 438 ft' (does not fully include the "fin" crown) - Designed by Gensler



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That little corner of Uptown is going to be cram packed with highrises!
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New 40-story residential tower planned for Uptown

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A major apartment developer is planning to build a new 40-story residential tower in Uptown, according to public records filed with the city of Houston.

The Dinerstein Cos. submitted plat documents to the city’s planning department for a residential tower called Vantage. The project is planned for 1.53 acres at the northeast corner of Post Oak Boulevard and San Felipe Road in Uptown.

The owner of the land, according to the records, is Class A Investors Post Oak, a Houston-based limited partnership that was registered in Delaware this past July to John Caltagirone, the chief investment officer of The Dinerstein Cos.

The podium-style tower, designed by Gensler, will feature two floors of retail; seven floors of parking, including two underground; an indoor and outdoor amenity deck on the seventh floor and 32 stories of residential space, according to a building elevation.
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That little corner of Uptown is going to be cram packed with highrises!
I'm really excited for this one as it will extend the curved wall of high-rises on the west side of Post Oak. It will be taller nearly as tall as BHP Billiton in height.

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Battle heats up over proposed tower in Uptown

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A Houston developer has filed a pre-emptive strike against the owners of a luxury high-rise near the Galleria to head off an "inevitable lawsuit" over its plans to build a tower next door.

Brown said Wednesday that her group met with the developer, Dinerstein Co., several times to discuss homeowners' concerns over the size of the proposed tower, its proximity to their own 22-story building, and related traffic and safety issues. She said the association wants the building to be half as tall and 100 feet farther away.

But she said she was surprised to learn that the owner of the lot next door, an affiliate of Dinerstein Co., had filed suit against her group.

In its lawsuit, the developer is asking for a declaratory judgment prohibiting the homeowners association from asserting a nuisance claim for the construction of the tower. It also wants a judge to declare that the association does not have standing to assert an action "based on alleged violations of city ordinances." Attorney's fees are also being sought.

The developer claims in the lawsuit that it addressed concerns raised by the condo owners by modifying the proposed building's design. The changes included lowering the height of the parking garage, allowing it to line up with the Cosmopolitan's garage; moving the building's cooling systems to the roof; and designing the structure so views from the Cosmopolitan would be less obstructed.

Another key point in the lawsuit is a construction agreement between both property owners that was put in place when the Cosmopolitan was being developed in 2006.

That developer obtained a "temporary use and aerial encroachment easement agreement" from the then-owner of the Post Oak property. The agreement allowed construction equipment to essentially swing above the neighboring property.

As part of that agreement, the Cosmopolitan developer granted a reciprocal easement, allowing the Post Oak property owner to build a high-rise on its land in the future with the same construction rights.

Bill Miller, a consultant hired by Dinerstein, said the company hopes to resolve the matter peacefully.
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any updates on this?
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