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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 3333 Richmond | FT | 20 FLOORS

Developer: PMRG
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Type: Hotel & Residential
Location: 3333 Richmond (Greenway)
Construction Timeline: 2016 Start - ? Completion

* Second phase to 3737 Buffalo Speedway

http://3737buffalospeedway.com/propertyoverview.html

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Once phase one is completed, the existing 97,000 square foot office building will be demolished to make way for phase two. Phase two is anticipated to include a single high-rise tower comprised of a full-service hotel on the bottom-half of the tower and a 250 unit high-end apartment building on the top-half of the tower. The hotel and apartments will be joined by a high-end resort styled amenity deck to which both hotel guests and apartment residents will have exclusive access. From concierge services and in-residence dining to a dedicated residential management team, the apartment residents will experience unparalleled comfort and elegance in the heart of Houston.
http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...easing-up.html

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3737 Buffalo Speedway will be the new home of Houston-based Solvay Chemicals Inc. once the building is finished. The company's current headquarters, next door at 3333 Richmond Ave., will be demolished after the company moves to the new building, and will become the site of a boutique hotel, said Wade Bowlin, executive vice president of PM Realty Group, which is developing and marketing the project.

The hotel brand has not yet been selected, but once complete, the hotel will connect to the office building with a garden terrace that will be exclusive to office tenants and hotel guests.
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The tenants have moved over to the new building; the developer has obtained demo permits to bring down 3333 Richmond.




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Demolition work is underway. You can see they're dismantling the crown.

Greenway Plaza by russell.hancock, on Flickr
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That is a beautiful photo.

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This one may be finally moving forward. Activity caught on site by ekdrm21



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Randomly drove by and saw a bunch of concrete trucks lined up. Parked and went to the fence to see what was going on.

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Definitely better than what was there.
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