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Lightbulb HOUSTON | 3300 Main | 351 FT | 30 FLOORS

Developer: PM Realty Group
Architect: AECOM Design
Type: Residential (336 units)
Location: 3300 Main, Midtown
Construction Timeline: 2017 Start Date - Completion



Nov 2014 Article; soil testing occurred March 2015.

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news...5905207.php#/0

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PM Realty Group confirmed this week that it is under contract with the Midtown Redevelopment Authority to purchase property at 3300 Main, and City Council on Wednesday cleared the way for that sale by waiving the city's deed restriction on the site. The funds from the sale will go to improvements in the Midtown neighborhood, sandwiched between downtown and the Museum District.

PM Realty Group would not elaborate on its plans for the site, and the Midtown Authority officials redirected calls to a public relations firm, which did not respond to questions Wednesday.








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This one will be on the next planning commission agenda. Completion date set for January 2018.
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http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...ntial-project/

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PM Realty Group moves forward on Midtown residential project

PM Realty Group has hired architecture firm RTKL to design a new residential/retail building the Houston developer is proposing in Midtown.

The new project, which is still in the early planning stages, would be built at 3300 Main St. along the light rail line and next to MATCH, the Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston.

The building would replace an old city-owned building now on the site. The Midtown Redevelopment Authority owns the 1.16-acre property and PM Realty Group is scheduled to close on it later this year.
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More of this in Midtown, please.
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3300 Main is a mixed-use development by PM Realty Group in partnership with AECOM Capital located in the Midtown neighborhood of Houston, Texas. 3300 Main will feature 336 residential apartments, 14,390 square feet of retail space, and 521 parking spaces. The project is strategically located next to the METRORail providing direct access to both Downtown Houston to the North and the Texas Medical Center to the South.
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Asbestos-Laden Mod Code Enforcement Office Now Getting Swapped for Mixed Use Highrise on Main St.

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THE 1967 OCCUPANT of 3300 Main St., which previously housed the city code enforcement office, is currently getting its asbestos removed in anticipation of its impending demolition, according to a reader involved in the work. The structure and its parking lot grounds were bought from the city in 2011 by the Midtown Redevelopment Authority, who later sold it to PM Realty (the developers of the glass-petticoated apartment tower at 2929 Weslayan, who are also currently working on the less-is-more-branded Ivy Lofts tiny condo complex in East Downtown).

What’s going to take the code building’s place, between the new MATCH box theater collection and the Houston Community College buildings to the north on Main St.? The involved reader confirms that the rendering below shows the current design in place along the light rail line; materials from co-investor AECOM say the highrise should hold 336 apartments and 14,390 sq.ft. of retail space.

The reader says construction should start in September after demolition wraps up.
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Proposed Case for: 2016-ASW-7018-OE

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Work Schedule: 09/01/2016 to 09/01/2018
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http://vpegcapital.com/%E5%BD%93%E5%...5%AC%E5%AF%93/

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VPEG Capital is pleased to present the outstanding investment opportunity to provide joint venture equity for the development of 3300 Main (“3300” or “Property”) a to-be built, 328- unit luxury high-rise multifamily development in the Midtown district of Houston, TX.

The 30+ story project will feature 6 floors of parking (608 spaces) and over 15,000 square feet of retail space at street level. 3300 Main will contain residential units in a variety of floor plans with an average unit size of 1,114 square feet.
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These Are the Possible Tenants for New Midtown Mixed-Use

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PMRG, meanwhile, is set to close on a 1.16-acre site at 3300 Main St. by the end of the year. The real estate company is planning to develop a mixed-use project with roughly 330 residential units, around 14,390 square feet of retail space and 521 parking spaces. Roger Gregory, president of PMRG Investments, talked with the Houston Business Journal about the firm's Midtown project.

What kind of retail tenants do you see for this project?

Along Main Street, we would like to have a restaurant or possibly a coffee shop. It's a little early to tell exactly what’ll go there. The space along Travis could easily be office space, or it could also be more traditional retail.

What most attracted PMRG to this property? Was it the property's proximity to the rail line?

There are many different attributes that led us to developing in Midtown, (such as) retail, bars and restaurants, transit, easy access to mass transit, proximity to grocery stores such as the new Whole Foods, proximity to the new park.
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