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  1. Project: 1550 on the Green Address: 1550 Lamar St. Houston, TX 77010 Architects: Bjarke Ingels Group (Design Consultant) Kendall/Heaton Associates (Architect of Record) Michael Hsu (Interior Architect) Information: Block 250 (aka 1550 on the Green) is located across discovery green in downtown Houston. The current design includes a 28 story cast-in-place concrete structure (level 13 is skipped) with curtainwall and metal panel facade. This project consists of a 2-level garage basement, parking on levels 3-8, office levels o
    30 points
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  3. Took This Aerial Shot of the Montrose Collective this morning.
    24 points
  4. It's amazing how much this part of Downtown has changed / continues to change with the help of Discovery Green. When I moved here in 2002 I wouldn't even consider walking by this area... now it's my neighborhood.
    23 points
  5. I'm so sorry for seemingly spamming this thread but this is my industry area (which I'm obsessively passionate about) and I think I'm bringing new information in each time. Let me know if I should post less! From the Community Impact, a map of the new developments at the Houston Spaceport. That third anchor tenant could be announced next month! In January, Intuitive Machines, a smaller company already at the spaceport will send it's NOVA-C lander to the surface of the moon. https://communityimpact.com/houston/bay-area/development/2021/05/22/the-future-of-space-city-houst
    23 points
  6. http://texasinnovates.org/texas-innovates-campus/
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  7. From the article: “Later this year, Rice Management Co., which owns three blocks in the area, plans to begin construction on a 10-story garage with 1,585 parking spots in the block between the Ion and Greentown Labs. The garage will have 10,000 square feet of retail, a 1,500-square-foot art gallery and 2,000 square feet of space for large projects. If, for example, an Ion tenant is working on automobile-related technology, the ground floor space could accommodate it. The company also plans to break ground on three more buildings, with retail on the ground floor and apartments and office s
    22 points
  8. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/space/article/Houston-Spaceport-announces-Collins-Aerospace-as-16188126.php This is huge! Collins Aerospace will be building a manufacturing and startup incubator facility at the Houston Spaceport. It looks like the city will be lending $25.6 million to build a 120,000 sf building on an 8 acre site? Construction starts in June. Collins does lots of life support equipment work, especially with space suits. They’ll be expanding their presence in Clear Lake as they have a campus at Saturn Lane and NASA Parkway currently. This is especially
    21 points
  9. Can you believe that we actually once lived like THIS!! 🤮 Never forget where you came from, but YUCK! Welcome to fabulousness, Houston! One block at a time.
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  11. This was just posted in the bicycle advisory committee infrastructure meeting. Staging for this project is going to block the bike lane so a temporary bike lane is going to be made, and the developer is going to pay for the temporary polk st segment to become permanent in addition to restoring it along lamar/crawford after construction. 26 month construction for the project and the start is imminent. Temp bike lane going in as soon as next week.
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  12. I visited Houston for the first time since Thanksgiving 2019, and managed to snap a few picks of the building as I was coming down I-45. Got to say, its one handsome building, and you can really see how wide it looks compared to the JP Morgan Chase Building:
    19 points
  13. https://zieglercooper.com/projects/granduca/
    19 points
  14. Now listed on Pickard Chilton's website as proposed so maybe there's still hope for this one. https://www.pickardchilton.com/work/ro
    19 points
  15. That’s up to you and how much beer you’ve got.
    19 points
  16. Is that a city vehicle doing ground contaminant testing? The vision.... The reality...
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  17. Project: Modera Waugh Address: 716 Waugh Drive Houston, TX 77019 Architect: EDI Information: 7-levels of parking with 10 levels of residential units above. Amenity deck and pool at level 8 and another amenity deck at roof. 392 units with SF of 412,431 (includes balconies). 174,736 SF of parking area with 575 parking spaces. Exterior is comprised mostly of masonry and cast stone with a small portion being stucco.
    18 points
  18. Rode around parts of the build. Got a chance to talk with a Memorial Conservancy employee that was putting away his drone. He said he flies the drone around to check progress about every other week. He mentioned that they will be closing the old road that went by the baseball fields June 1st, this was the road where I was talking to him on. They are doing this so the can continue the hill on the southward of the tunnels. End of the year they expect to re-open the new Memorial Dr. so they can continue northward with the hills. I asked if there is a way to get to 610 on a bike and he said they b
    18 points
  19. The tower crane is already getting close to the concrete pump boom.
    17 points
  20. Houston Public Library-Montrose Branch building under construction-Steel going up.
    17 points
  21. Some of us are so damned old we still think of it as the Humble Building. My dad worked there when it opened in 1963. I got a molded plastic model of it from the Mold-A-Rama machine on the top floor. I was disappointed...I wanted a model of the "Domed Stadium" instead. I vaguely remember being in the car when my mom picked my dad up at the old Humble Building on Main at Dallas. The owners need to leave the building as it is. Maybe even replicate the cool space-age fountains it originally had out front. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/local/gray-matters/article/The-Humble-Oil-skyscra
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  22. Houston Public Library-Montrose branch construction continues with more steel arriving for building. Montrose Collective construction moving forward with concrete pour for sidewalks along Crocker street corner.
    16 points
  23. This thread seems like an appropriate place for a shout out to all the great photography we're consistently blessed to have on this site. Big thanks to all who contribute.
    16 points
  24. From this pic you can see the difference in the parking garage and the living areas. I count 15 stories.
    16 points
  25. More details about Live Nation's music venue at POST. https://preview.houstonchronicle.com/music/live-nation-announces-terminal-a-new-houston-16172919
    16 points
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