Places generally along the South Freeway (I-45), and south of the Ship Channel, including Clear Lake, Deer Park, Freindswood, the Hobby Area, League City, Pasadena, Santa Fe, South Houston, and Texas City.
A new 8-story parking garage should take out this grassy area (and the surface lot next door?)
Facility Name: Health Sciences Parking Garage
Location Address: 1920 Wyndale Street
Start Date: 3/1/2023
Estimated Cost: $30,600,000
Scope of Work: Construct a new 8 story parking garage with 821 total spaces (17 accessible) to serve a future Health Sciences Building as well as the existing Jamail Specialty Care Center on the site. Project also includes a shipping and receiving facility for the.
Square Footage: 310,000 ft 2
A City of Houston plan review permit was pulled yesterday.
Plan review permit was pulled for the new parking garage.
Still don't know exactly what is happening here. The Baylor St. Lukes McNair Campus already has a garage. The garage actually just went under a multimillion dollar remodel as well.
This new 8-story garage must be for the other "campus" located across the street? If that's the case, what's currently under construction behind the McNair campus where the surface lot is?
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