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    Block 330 is getting prepped for Camden’s 20 story residential highrise adjacent to Toyota Center. Sidewalk scaffolding is going up. Block 346 is fenced off for staging/construction management. This project will be good for south downtown!
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    The southern lot will be the staging/storage and construction trailers. They have light duty scaffolding going up on the eastern and part of the northern sections going up. fullsizeoutput_2180 by David, on Flickr fullsizeoutput_2181 by David, on Flickr fullsizeoutput_2184 by David, on Flickr fullsizeoutput_2188 by David, on Flickr fullsizeoutput_2189 by David, on Flickr
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    I rode by and happened to talk with a guy. He said it's only going to be one floor deep basement with a podium parking garage, 1 tower crane on the southeast corner. He said they tried to buy the property on the northwest corner but the guy wouldn't sell but he gets $100,000 for having the tower crane boom flying over his property. They are attempting to get Beck's Prime to sell their northeast corner and place them in the GFR. He also said the HEB project will be starting up soon. No trucks will be allowed to to travel west of the corner on Steel St thus protecting the Oak trees, all trucks will enter on Kipling and exit on Steel St. corner near Kirby heading eastbound only.
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    Noticed the CVS sign is up. Not sure how long it's been up.
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    I kept wondering why this one corner was dug out. Appears to be the second crane base. Also notice they are working on Sunday. I like this projects ambition.
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    The crawler crane on site is for the foundation pilings. The northside.
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    I counted 28 floors fullsizeoutput_218c by David, on Flickr
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    can we officially start handing out demerits for "any update??" bumps?
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    Looks like they are setting up a crane today.
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    From the 2nd story of Whole Foods Post Oak tonight. (A living garden would have been so much better. So much more costly too)
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    Looks like the sump area of the basement. This is a TAS concrete project and so is the Latitude, I wonder if they are going to use that tower crane here when they take it down?
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    Tower crane - 575', goes up late next month https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=352291458&row=13
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    I received a call back from the City of Houston today. The plan is for this to be a mixed-use development--the term used over the phone was "a little bit of everything." Unfortunately, I got pretty sparse details.
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    Glass going up on all 4 sides of the office tower.
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    More renderings and a clear site plan of Lyric Market at 411 Smith in downtown Houston :
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    Excavation has begun and the site's fencing will make it hard to see the progress.
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    When I was at the MFAH I could see a boom in the air, didn't look big enough to install all the tower crane so I went to investigate. It was unloading rebar for the mat pour.
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    They have some heavy equipment loading out all the sediment in the Johnny Steele Dog Park. fullsizeoutput_2195 by David, on Flickr fullsizeoutput_2194 by David, on Flickr
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    Christmas Eve at Whole Foods Post Oak. Happy Holidays HAIF! From the Arabella site
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    Just to refresh what this project will look like. Not sure where the 3 comes in, it looks like only one building to me, will there be more in the future? http://zieglercooper.com/the-midtown-3/
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    http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Bank-of-America-Center-to-bring-hidden-building-12456235.php#photo-14755912 Current look:
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    I think it's a pretty nice project. Exterior looks finished.
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    Not sure how long the fencing has been up as I avoid going down this part of Fairview because you need a 4 wheel drive vehicle to go down the roads but it is getting a little better.
  49. 9 points
    Post Oak Motorcars were advertising The Post Oak's new showroom. Nice landscaping Parking garage glass Stair details
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    Another rendering of the exterior of the Thompson Hotel Houston at The Allen at 1701 Allen Parkway and 1700 Allen Parkway: https://www.houstoneb5.com/portfolio/the-allen
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