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Lightbulb HOUSTON | McNair @Richmond | 33 + 22 + 16 FLOORS

Developer: Palmetto Partners
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Type: Residential, Hotel & Office
Location: NE Corner of Richmond & Post Oak, Uptown
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http://zieglercooper.com/urban-infil...d-use-project/

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Located in the urban core , this 5.9 acre mixed-use development includes a restaurant, office building, retail components, high-rise residential, hotel, fitness center and conference and boardroom space centered around an event lawn.

The high-rise, urban residential component includes a , 33-story, 330,000 s.f. building with 300 units totaling 580,302 s.f. that will have 8,700 s.f. of ground floor retail. The entire project is oriented around a centralized event lawn providing residents with space for outdoor recreation and gatherings. The 16-story, 150-key hotel includes a 10,100 s.f. restaurant on the ground floor as well as a ballroom adn meeting spaces available for guest’s use. The hotel includes 6-stories of guest room floors and 8-stories of residential condominiums.

The office building within the development will be a 22-story, 375,000 s.f. building with 25,000 net rentable area per level, excluding the lobby. A 17,500 s.f. restaurant component, 7,000 s.f. conferencing center and 3,700 s.f. fitness center will be among the amenities offered to tenants.
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6/2014 Article:



http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...e-trades-hand/

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Galleria-area development site trades hands

The owner of one of the last undeveloped parcels of land in the Galleria area has sold the nearly six-acre tract.

The seller was Dubai-based Deyaar Development Corp. McAlister Real Estate, which announced the sale Monday, represented Deyaar in the transaction.

An entity affiliated with Houston Texans owner Bob McNair is the buyer. Property records show the new owner as Palmetto RPO LP, which is located at the same address as the Robert and Janice McNair Foundation. In addition to the Texans, Bob McNair is the owner of Palmetto Parnters Ltd., a private investment company that manages the family’s public and private equity investments.
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I don't have any pictures but there were trucks and equipment all over the site. Looks as if they were doing soil test and early prep work but something was definitely happening there today!
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6/8, soil samples were still underway.


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Site work is reportedly active here.
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