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  1. 38 points
    Did some quick photoshop during my break of both Hanover and GID put together. Existing Conditions: Full Build Out of both Develepments: Now that is pretty incredible when you see the whole picture like this.
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    it's not posted on his website anymore but this morning Ralph Bivins announced that Hines was on the verge of kicking off block 58. V&E has long been rumored as the lead tenant and Ralph confirmed as much. Here was his write up:
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  6. 30 points
    Developer: https://xliving.co/communities/ Architect: https://theljc.com/
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    Texas Tower https://www.hines.com/news/hines-and-ivanhoé-cambridge-name-revolutionary-office-development-in-downtown-houston
  8. 29 points
    Since the previous image I posted in the Regent Square thread was so well received, I thought I'd do another one, but with a bigger scope that includes other big projects (not all for sure). Often times, I forget that not everyone can immediately see the bigger picture like this in their head (because this is what I see all the time, and I have to for my own work), and images like these could be beneficial to everyone here (even me). So I decided that I'll try to do more of these. Our city is really changing and growing, and it will help us all to better visualize that change. A picture is worth a thousand words right? Below is a quick compilation that I did in photoshop to give everyone here an idea of how impactful these developments will be visual on our existing landscape. If the full buildout is done then this is what our city will look like:
  9. 28 points
    Brochure reveals retail component and more of The RO Phase I: https://s3.amazonaws.com/transwestern-property/Flyers/91c990da-f48d-e911-80f5-caa232701e1a.pdf - 644 residential units - 310,000 office building - 200 hotel keys - 65,000 sq ft of retail
  10. 27 points
    This isn't a huge update, but thought it was worth posting. I recently heard from a source that TC fully intends to break ground on Block 98 and is getting close. I also heard that, while in the early stages, TC is working on another highrise MF in downtown Houston. The location is unknown. Does anyone else have any comment on this?
  11. 27 points
    See page 28, I spy Target signage https://www.graniteprop.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/granite-flourish.pdf
  12. 27 points
    https://www.hines.com/properties/texas-tower-houston
  13. 27 points
    Phase I is underway, here's our first look: More renderings can be found in the brochure below: https://images1.loopnet.com/d2/2hO8ds_6cesMWwAvCHKLz8FODP1y6ddN4DLZMm4OgzQ/document.pdf
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    Link says condominium...which means this could be one of three things. This will be Hines first condo project for Houston Someone else has picked up the site Or this is not the current proposal https://miradorgroup.com/projects/waugh-allen-parkway-condominium
  15. 26 points
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/24435302@N03/46718811665
  16. 26 points
    the developer is indeed in talks with target at this location. just FYI.
  17. 25 points
    It's kind of open, at least if you wander around from Pennzoil, there's nothing/no one to stop you continuing through the tunnel level. It looks really well done. In one mole person's opinion, it's the best looking bit of the tunnels by far.
  18. 25 points
    Hines contacted me asking if they can use my photos and videos for their social media.
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    Doubled in height, now known as Bristol Cove https://bkvgroup.com/project/bristol-cove/
  21. 24 points
    https://product.costar.com/home/news/shared/776417961 Sounds like phase II will consists of three high-rises, with the last being built at a later date.
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    Renderings for The Center for Pursuit, design by Gensler. The Center for Pursuit is currently housed at 810 Marston St. The move will allow a future phase of Hanover Buffalo Bayou to move forward.
  24. 23 points
    https://www.facebook.com/MeeksPartners/photos/a.371100272905950/2768212819861338/?type=3&theater
  25. 23 points
    Capitol Tower-Houston-05 2019 by Mabry Campbell, on Flickr Capitol Tower-Houston-05 2019 by Mabry Campbell, on Flickr
  26. 23 points
    The clouds showed up the one time i managed to get downtown... Nevertheless, here are a few shots.
  27. 23 points
    sup girl wanna check out that rooftop bar peep the planning commission agenda for deets
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  29. 22 points
    Now try. As well as those that probably couldn't see it before. Forgot to press the share button and give permissions to those who have the link to access the map. Let me know if it works. https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/edit?hl=en&mid=1J_89cR1sxP4muIAHRJlm6TajoQPyoswJ&ll=29.744508003201226%2C-95.37503325305198&z=16
  30. 22 points
    Topped out http://www.stevenholl.com/zh/news/728
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    So yeah. Don't ask how. Lets just say I got really lucky while shooting downtown during "the golden hour". I will say this. Construction Workers are super chill dudes.
  32. 22 points
    FAA shows the 600 foot "Tower C" has a construction timeline from 12/2019 to 11/2022 and 570 foot "Tower A" has the same construction dates https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=403884614&row=240 https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=403884593&row=257 Overview Study (ASN): 2019-ASW-5459-OE Prior Study: Status: Work In Progress Received Date: 04/26/2019 Entered Date: 04/26/2019 Map: View Map Construction Info Structure Summary Notice Of: CONSTR Duration: PERM (Months: 0 Days: 0) Work Schedule: 12/13/2019 to 11/09/2022 Structure Type: Building Structure Name: Tower C2 FCC Number: Structure Details Height and Elevation Latitude (NAD 83): 29° 44' 39.49" N Longitude (NAD 83): 95° 22' 25.72" W Datum: NAD 83 City: Houston State: TX Nearest County: Harris Proposed Site Elevation: 44 Structure Height: 600 Total Height (AMSL): 644 Frequencies Low Freq High Freq Unit ERP Unit Overview Study (ASN): 2019-ASW-5454-OE Prior Study: Status: Work In Progress Received Date: 04/26/2019 Entered Date: 04/26/2019 Map: View Map Construction Info Structure Summary Notice Of: CONSTR Duration: PERM (Months: 0 Days: 0) Work Schedule: 12/13/2019 to 11/09/2022 Structure Type: Building Structure Name: Tower A1 FCC Number: Structure Details Height and Elevation Latitude (NAD 83): 29° 44' 39.32" N Longitude (NAD 83): 95° 22' 27.90" W Datum: NAD 83 City: Houston State: TX Nearest County: Harris Proposed Site Elevation: 44 Structure Height: 570 Total Height (AMSL): 614 Frequencies Low Freq High Freq Unit ERP Unit
  33. 22 points
    I didn’t know. The overview map you posted confirmed it as such. Seems to be the other way around Crockpot. You're the one who’s insolent towards others, specifically when someone posts something they didn’t know was already mention or when you tend to disagree how topics here are organized. We do appreciate your contributions, just please stop getting so riled up.
  34. 22 points
    Here's photos of the mat pour this morning These guys carrying the boards for their pathway was neat to watch Looks like progress as I was leaving
  35. 22 points
    https://lanewaysmidtown.com/dreweryplace/ EDIT: Renderings removed at the demand of Large arts in Collingwood, Australia. —Editor
  36. 21 points
    Potential new design for future phases, you can see 1020 Holcombe in the Center. https://www.instagram.com/p/BwSjhi7BO0q/
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  38. 21 points
    2404 Navigation is a nine-story, 300-unit community that will feature convertibles and one-, two- and three-bedroom units averaging 850 SF and 18K SF of retail space for a restaurant and a café. On-site amenities will include a rooftop pool, a fitness center, a yoga studio, a tenant-only coworking space and a sky lounge with views of Downtown Houston. The groundbreaking is expected in mid-August, and build-out will take 15 months. Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/multifamily/marquette-cos-moves-ahead-with-two-multifamily-projects-in-east-end-district-99415?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
  39. 21 points
    The area around Ensemble Station is starting to feel very urban with this and the other recent developments going up.
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  41. 21 points
    Garage is closed and barricades are going up! The Texas Tower project next door will be interesting, but I’m most intrigued by The Preston. I think it truly raises the bar for residential high rises in Houston. 😁
  42. 21 points
    Back on the table? https://mcmunnnicholas.wixsite.com/nicholasmcmunnarch/copy-of-confidential-casino-and-res
  43. 21 points
    This is the Caydon design planned for San Diego. Their properties have a great aesthetic! Hopefully they’re still planning for The District I and II to push the design envelope in Houston. EDIT: Renderings removed at the demand of Large arts in Collingwood, Australia. —Editor
  44. 21 points
    I was recently commissioned to do a lot of photography for Main Street from downtown through the Med Center. The city is aggressively trying to promote this corridor and I'm looking forward to how it will continue to grow.
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  46. 20 points
    Amazon screwed every city that participated. I'm actually glad we weren't even considered. The fact a company wants to basically set up shop and drain a city of its financial responsibilities in the form of an "incentive package" for tax breaks is crazy. Amazon wants all the benefits without risking anything. Now that we're seeing Houston developers create an ecosystem of dense walkable pockets in the cities core, I'm sure we'll draw some better suited companies.
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    20190322-Houston-Campbell-_H6A5841-Pano by Mabry Campbell, on Flickr
  49. 20 points
    Now on Dinerstein Companies website: https://www.dinersteincos.com/properties/
  50. 20 points
    N27958-United-787-9-IAH-2018-04-14b by GFB Aviation Photography, on Flickr
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