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  1. I would like 100 more of these spread across the loop.
  2. I'm guessing it will be announced when a certain large bank nears its lease expiration at a closeby building, where it has its current namesake, and such namesake will be transferred to Capitol Tower.
  3. Development At Shepherd And W Alabama

    Question: Does anyone know what is planned for the large cleared lot just North of West Alabama Ice House - 2 blocks East of this intersection. Is there an existing thread for that project?
  4. Six Houston Center

    Not that I don't wish we would build another supertall, but major players are not only focused on building height, but quality, sustainability and return for investors. Especially not Skanska and Hines. We should not criticize these developers that continue to provide our city with A+ assets, even though they are not 1000+ feet tall. Capitol Tower and 609 Main were great additions to our skyline.
  5. TMC|3, Texas Medical Center Research Campus

    Agreed! With all of the conditions I had to go through it again as well, so you were not alone..
  6. TMC|3, Texas Medical Center Research Campus

    The TMC3 motion had unanimous approval for UT Health and MD Anderson to move forward on the Project.
  7. East Village at 1201 St. Emanuel

    will now be immediately facing a massive freeway underneath a park.. If that park happens it will be a great thing for Eado. Klyde Warren didn't exactly kill that part of Dallas.
  8. Correct. "The project will take two years to build, Hourani said. It'll sit at the site of the Best Western at 6700 Main St., which Medistar bought around 2006 or so, Hourani said. Medistar will demolish the hotel in the second or third quarter of 2018; the construction will coincide with the tower's groundbreaking."
  9. TMC|3, Texas Medical Center Research Campus

    Pending UT approval, of course. Really hoping the vote goes through at their next Board of Regents Meeting.
  10. This project doesn't happen without parking. This is a fantastic project for the area and I live one block from here so as a nearby resident and user of these trails, I love it.
  11. Post Office Site Mixed-Use Redevelopment

    There are 400 unit apartment complexes along Washington, yes. The amount of new apartments/townhomes and development within a 6 block walking distance of Washington is a fair amount of people, specifically young people that would use this transit. I think it would be very successful.
  12. Downtown Restaurant and Bar Scene - More Coming

    I could see HEB being in a mixed-use project on the south side of Downtown, capturing both Downtown/Midtown, and WF on the north side more towards Market Square since that is more their clientele. With the Astros winning the World Series and Crane's plan to put a park next to MMP, I am very excited for the next residential boom in downtown and all that will come with it.
  13. Amazon HQ2

    What would be the barriers towards using the land that is currently Hermann Park Golf Course? Surrounded by Running Trails, Brays Bayou and adjacent to TMC, TMC3, Rice University and Museum District. Short walk to Red Line station, so direct access to all Houston sporting arenas, midtown, downtown, etc. Access from 59 and 288. Although it's owned by TMC, the Nabisco Building is two blocks away and has 600,000 SF, which I believe only 100,000 is being used by TMCX and JLABS. Thoughts on why it can't happen?
  14. Yale St. Plaza at Fifth Street

    Has anyone heard of a development going up on the Northeast corner of 5th and Yale across from the Alexan? It's been fenced off for a few days with a sign saying 'Spring 2018 9,000 SF Retail'.
  15. I have no inside information, but feel good about this building not changing its facade. They are really targeting Chinese capital, and the fact that ICBC just moved into a full-floor at Williams Tower tells me Houston is continuing to be a big gateway market for Asian investment. I wouldn't be surprised if the equity partner came from China and then ICBC provided the construction loan. Failed to reference, but HBJ article states: 'The Houston office is expected to offer corporate lending, real estate lending, cash management and credit card financial services'