Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing most liked content since 03/21/2018 in all areas

  1. 23 points
    New five-story hotel coming to East Village https://www.citylandsinvestments.com/investments/
  2. 23 points
    The block 42 highrise is all residential and currently at 46 stories. This would take half the block (old HC parking garage).
  3. 22 points
    Caydon may have been onto something with their renderings. I came across this image in an MRA survey. They are pushing to make Main Street a greenway through Midtown, removing all automobile traffic.
  4. 19 points
    Parking lot is fenced off and windows are coming out of the south side of the building. Renovation looks to be under way!
  5. 19 points
  6. 18 points
    I think the residential component is slated to be 40 - 45 floors. Hopefully they are tearing down the garage and close to a groundbreaking - this is becoming a dense residential neighborhood.
  7. 17 points
    NIce article with some highlights from the announcement: http://news.rice.edu/2018/04/12/historic-midtown-sears-building-to-anchor-houston-innovation-district-2/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=SEARS&utm_campaign=Facebook links That sounds muy bueno. Really good that Station Houston is going to be the operator in my uneducated opinion. Two years, as reported before, would be awesome. Keeping the art deco aspect would fantastic. This is looking to be an A++++ situation.
  8. 17 points
    Residential high-rise with retail proposed somewhere along W Gray. Image was added to the architect's website 12/2017 https://www.tcw-group.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Multi-Family-Projects-TCW.pdf https://tcw-group.com/
  9. 16 points
  10. 16 points
    New 6-story rmultifamily building with ~20,000 sq ft of retail coming to The Heights at Center/Shepherd/Nett and Durham
  11. 16 points
    correct. block 58 could have a mixed use component but office for certain. hines is incredibly active in houston right now.
  12. 15 points
  13. 15 points
    Saw a couple riggers coming back from lunch, they said it was topped out and they had a topping out party on Wednesday. From the White Oak Trail
  14. 15 points
    Ah, you're right. Post edited. Here's another look at the original proposal for The Mix. Pg 13 https://issuu.com/jorgetiscareno/docs/jorge_tiscareno_portfolio_design_process/2?ff=true
  15. 14 points
  16. 14 points
    https://www.virtualbx.com/construction-preview/25247-houston-planning-commission-sees-apartment-retail-mid-rise-proposal-in-memorial-park-neighborhood.html
  17. 14 points
  18. 14 points
    Skanska’s Capitol Tower in downtown Houston tops out
  19. 13 points
    Gorgeous day outside. Never been to Levy Park.. Great day to visit!
  20. 13 points
    It’s a significant architectural alteration to a highly visible structure that’s the first phase of a larger redevelopment. I think the likelihood for additional structures in the other phases would warrant inclusion in “Going Up.”
  21. 13 points
    Beautiful tile detailing seeing light after decades of darkness. I’m interested to watch this building transform!
  22. 13 points
  23. 13 points
  24. 13 points
  25. 13 points
  26. 13 points
  27. 13 points
    http://swamplot.com/new-construction-barricades-herald-pending-arrival-of-river-oaks-shopping-centers-biggest-corner-tower-yet/2018-03-22/
  28. 13 points
    Photos in downtown Houston by philip.je01, on Flickr
  29. 13 points
    Right so for background, I was able to review Hines Block 58 Marketing book that highlighted all on their new office project (Block 58) in great detail. On a few of the pages where they showed the impact on the skyline from different vantage points, they showed the proposed high rise on Block 42. The proposed high rise was clearly residential and looked to be as tall if not a few floors taller than Market Square Tower, with nearly all glass facing Market Square park. I have no knowledge of the project outside of these renderings - but the impact on the northern portion of our skyline was immense. Hopefully the filing of these plats are a good sign.
  30. 13 points
    When I saw the Block 58 material, they had renderings of the Residential project and it appeared to be as tall if not a couple floors taller than Market Square Tower with a lot of glass. Still subject to change, but this was back in January.
  31. 12 points
    https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2018/04/19/exclusive-luxury-multifamily-project-to-break.html+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
  32. 12 points
  33. 12 points
  34. 12 points
    Uploaded the image from their website
  35. 12 points
  36. 12 points
    Spotted the bean, already has lots of people taking photos.
  37. 12 points
    RFQs to GC's have been released and a building permit is being filed this week. Powers Brown is the architect. They are pursuing history tax credits as a funding source for this project.
  38. 12 points
    2Q 2018 https://www.downtownhouston.org/site_media/uploads/attachments/2018-03-26/180323_Development_Map__Renders_11X17.pdf
  39. 12 points
    I was wrong. It is scheduled to open in July. The construction on the roof is complete though, hence the lack of work on the south end. They said that that were going for an unfinished metal building look. My guess is most of the plan seems to be trying to use the view from downtown, and having that end more open allows for a better view. It looks great though so far. The restaurant area is super neat and resembles a church.
  40. 12 points
    12 hour foundation pour occurred today..., 1100 concrete trucks, 11000 cubic yards!
  41. 11 points
    I'm not sure what the word is for tearing down the ballroom of a french-themed luxury boutique hotel, but I'm pretty sure it's not "gentrification".
  42. 11 points
    Reading these comments makes me realize people don't quite understand what this project is. As I said earlier, I go to a lot of these innovative incubators in Houston.... most of these are full of startups working on cutting edge technology. These aren't just some random software engineers looking for grants or looking for some ideas.... these are actual entities with a goal in mind and are actively looking for investors to fund their ideas. Houston certainly does have an innovative spirit especially since UofH is pumping out a lot of good software developers... Not sure what natural progression on the East Side meant from a comment earlier but a lot of these startups are having to use home offices to create the next big thing. Instead they can go to places like The Station Houston, RED Labs, The Cannon (Absolutely MASSIVE), etc.... this tech wave is still in its infancy but I think a district like this can really make Houston the next hot spot for tech startups. A lot of those places I mentioned earlier are swamped already so to have an entire district to start this up would be amazing. Next, this isn't just for startups. Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, and many many other established tech companies send in their own people to work these incubators... to present their own thoughts, to push these ideas to reality where they may even buy them and allow these people to work remotely from Houston.. I mean, the list just goes on and on with the list of possibilities. I'm telling you, these places are really exciting if anyone has ever been to one. If Houston can get this, along with the medical research campus and keep expanding our aerospace industry, I think Houston has a very bright future no matter what happens to the oil industry.
  43. 11 points
    Bigge crawler crane on site and ready to be assembled. Has to be there for the pilings.
  44. 11 points
    New 240 unit mid-rise proposed as an addition to the Bristol Parc Condos in Uptown. https://tcw-group.com/projects/bristol-parc-high-rise/
  45. 11 points
    I saw people touring some apartments today, the agent had them out on a patio, so apparently some units are done. Southwest corner signage. It's a nice looking building on Travis, the Main St side still has tarps on it.
  46. 11 points
  47. 11 points
    While watching them lower the sculpture onto the fasteners, I realized how much this plaza is going to add to the Museum experience. This will be an incredible tourist magnet. I stood on the sidewalk on the construction side of Montrose instead of driving by and they've taken down the screen so you begin to see how well everything is going to fit and flow into the campus. I can"t wait to trek up the incline. A wine bar on top would be popular. Except you'd have to sign a waiver to come back down.
  48. 11 points
    Getting ready for the In Bloom Music Festival https://www.inbloomfestival.com
  49. 10 points
  50. 10 points
    Downtown Houston by Marc longoria, on Flickr
This leaderboard is set to Chicago/GMT-05:00