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Lightbulb HOUSTON | Hanover Boulevard Place | 375 FT / 114 M | 32 FLOORS

Developer: Hanover
Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Type: Residential
Location: Lot bounded by Skylark, Post Oak Lane & San Felipe, Uptown
Construction Timeline: Dec. 2016 Start Date - March 2019 Completion

Exclusive: Major multifamily developer under contract to buy land in the Galleria area

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The Hanover Co. is under contract to buy land in the Galleria area, possibly for a new luxury apartment project.

The Houston-based multifamily developer plans to purchase a parcel of land just south of its Hanover Post Oak luxury apartment tower off South Post Oak Lane. The deal is expected to close by mid-January.

Hanover declined to comment about its plans for the land at this time. However, Ed Wulfe — the developer of the nearby BLVD Place luxury retail center — told the Houston Business Journal that “there will probably be another high-rise apartment built on the land next to the Hanover tower.” Wulfe plans to kick off the third phase of BLVD Place's development next year.
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~35 story residential high-rise, it'll also contain office and retail space.
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July 2016 Start Date - July 2018 Completion according to a recent presentation.
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Just got sent a few renderings of BLVD Place, I'll try to describe it since I haven't been given the green light to post anything yet. Base looks very similar to BLVD Place where Whole Foods is, and then the tower portion is very similar to Hanover River Oaks (only one main tower though - not L shaped like the River Oaks building). There are some set backs of balconies to give a bit of 'character' to the building but over all it's a pretty simple boxy design (nothing like 2929 Weslayan).

There does appear to be a little interesting feature at the roof level as the last floor curves away from the box shape to accommodate a plaza with a pool. Bonus feature, the pool has a bit of a cantilever like Market Square Tower downtown. Not sure there is a glass bottom, though. 27 stories, should compliment the first apartment tower well.
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Houston developer confirms plans for second luxury apartment tower in Galleria area

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Brandt Bowden, Hanover’s managing partner for capital markets, told the Houston Business Journal in an email that the developer intends to break ground on Hanover Boulevard Place this year, though the exact date for the construction start is yet to be determined.

“The exact timing for construction is challenging to confirm at this time given the uncertainty in the lending markets,” Bowden said in an email. “Capital flow into Houston remains extremely restricted. We are very excited about the project despite the current environment that we see in Houston.”
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Hanover Co. Begins Site Prep on $95M 32-Story Luxury Apts in Uptown Houston

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Hanover Company has begun site preparation for the construction of a 32-story, $95 million apartment tower in Uptown Houston near The Galleria. 

According to the architect's project report to the state licensing board, Boulevard Residential LC is the owner of record that is constructing a 280-unit high-rise multifamily building made of cast-in-place concrete within the 1700 block of South Post Oak Lane.

The project name is Hanover Boulevard Place. Boulevard Residential is a holding of Hanover Company, which specializes in developing luxury apartment towers.
Hanover Company developed the Hanover Post Oak tower at 1750 Sky Lark Lane and the new tower is directly adjacent. Hanover Company owns adjacent tracts of land to the south and north of Hanover Post Oak.

The architectural firm is Chicago-based Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) and the designer of record is Clara Wineberg.

The estimated construction start date was entered as Oct. 1, 2016, however, the project manager has already set up a mobile project site office. Construction is scheduled for completion March of 2019.
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Houston's Uptown business district boasts a contemporary skyline that could rival that of most American cities. Centred around Post Oak Boulevard and located roughly ten kilometres west of the downtown core, the district's abundant cluster of office buildings includes the 275-metre Williams Tower, the third tallest tower in the city. Newly completed projects like the BHP Billiton Tower are adding more density to this vibrant hub, just as developers like Hanover Company look to cement their legacy in the neighbourhood.
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The upper pool in the renderings will have a clear bottom, similar to Market Square Tower Downtown.

Exclusive: Houston developer's latest Uptown apartment tower to have sky pool

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The Hanover Co. has broken ground on its second Uptown apartment tower,
which will feature a clear-bottom “sky pool” jutting out from the rooftop deck.

The Houston multifamily developer began construction Dec. 16 on Hanover Blvd Place, a 32-story, 281-unit tower on 1.5 acres off South Post Oak Lane. The new apartment building sits just south of the developer’s Hanover Post Oak apartment tower and north of Wulfe & Cos. Inc.’s Blvd Place mixed-use project.

Hanover Blvd Place, designed by Chicago-based SCB Architects, will complement its sister tower, featuring a simple, but elegant glass and concrete facade, said Brandt Bowden, Hanover’s managing partner for capital markets. SCB Architects also designed Hanover Montrose, the developer’s newest Houston apartment tower that opened in 2016.

However, the new tower will have two amenity decks: one on the fifth floor and one on the top floor. The lower amenity deck will feature a resort-style pool and outdoor space with landscaping and trees, while the top amenity deck will boast a party room with kitchen and a fitness center that overlooks the Galleria area and downtown Houston.

However, the centerpiece of the rooftop deck will be a clear-bottom, cantilever pool that will jut out between six and eight feet over the edge of the tower, giving residents the sensation of swimming in the sky 368 feet above street level. Similar “sky pools” have been built around in the world, including one in Market Square Tower in downtown Houston.

Hanover also plans to relocate its corporate headquarters into Hanover Blvd Place. The developer intends to move from its roughly 40,000-square-foot office space in San Felipe Plaza, 5847 San Felipe St., into a 61,000-square-foot office space located on the second to fourth floors in Hanover Blvd Place.

“We’ve been trying to find a way to do this for a while now,” Bowden said. “This is a great location for everyone in our company. It’s a little bit more room for modest expansion and we’ll have some opportunities to upgrade our space.”

The office space will also benefit apartment residents, Bowden said. With Hanover occupying some of the lower levels, the apartment units will start on the fifth floor, giving residents a better view and closer access to the lower amenity deck, he said.

Hanover decided to integrate its new office space into its latest apartment tower because building out its own office building didn’t make much financial sense, Bowden said. The developer is financing its office space independently from the residential tower, he added.

Hanover’s new office will be next door to the developer’s third Uptown project, now in the early development stages. When Hanover and its San Antonio-based capital partner United Services Automobile Association purchased a 2.5-acre site off South Post Oak Lane, the companies subdivided the land for Hanover Blvd Place and a third yet-to-be-determined project.

The future “phase three” project could be a number of different things, including more upscale apartments, senior homes or even a luxury hotel, Bowden said. If it’s a hotel, Hanover plans to partner with a hospitality operator to execute that strategy, he said.

“We’re just now starting to focus on what that last acre should be, and we acknowledge that there are opportunities beyond residential that will be a really good fit for existing uses in that area,” Bowden said. “But we are and we always will be a multifamily company.”
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