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  1. East River 9 is awesome. The food looked great, drinks were good and the view was incredible.
    23 points
  2. Project: Residences on Westheimer Architect: Ziegler Cooper Information: 9 levels of residential over 4 levels of parking (1 level below grade). 209 units for a total of 359,551 SF of gross residential area. 2,800 SF of ground floor retail space. Construction will begin very soon.
    19 points
  3. Houston Parks Board released this document called "Beyond the Bayous" a few years ago. The idea is that while we have a great trail system along 9 bayous, we need to connect them using rail trails, utility corridors, on-street bikeways and neighborhood streets https://houstonparksboard.org/about/beyond-the-bayous Extend MKT Trail Westward to Hempstead (and toward Northwest transit center) Bend around the railroad junction and across I-10 Join Memorial Park trail adjacent to railroad New Buffalo Bayou pedestrian bridge Trails along utility corridor all the way to Westpark Connecting to Newcastle trail south
    19 points
  4. The RO Parcel I: 360’ https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=560804389&row=3
    18 points
  5. https://www.buildprocs.com/en/projects/multi-family-residential/82,captiva-westheimer.html https://www.captivadevelopment.com/portfolio/
    18 points
  6. TMC3 just wow!! Everything about this place is over the top. One Discovery Way: Unknown Street connecting to Envision Street: Two Discovery Way: Dynamic Street: Collaborative Building: Dynamic Street: A (new) section of Helix Park is now underway: Mixed-Use Garage:
    18 points
  7. Project: The Langley Architect: EDi Information: 134 units with a total SF of approx. 388,000 (excluding garage). Construction to begin in February with a 32-month duration.
    17 points
  8. Found a bit more including a brochure: https://res.cloudinary.com/marketsphere/image/upload/ivtlfjhlep0rhqsgro3d.pdf
    17 points
  9. An aerial shot of the Mill mixed-use development, 2315 Navigation Blvd. The photo was posted yesterday on BuiltNearby's Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/p/Ck0-S_epTUQ/
    17 points
  10. Urban Genesis now has a render for the apartments. https://urban-genesis.com/portfolio/
    17 points
  11. View from Embassy Suites (photos from Google Reviews):
    16 points
  12. Crawler crane is gone. Brick going up on the south side. Planter boxes.
    16 points
  13. Beautiful day today for some aerial drone photography....
    15 points
  14. "Dallas-based real estate developer High Street Residential is hoping its hospitality-inspired approach, plus the tower’s location near the popular Discovery Green Park, will help it fill the 43-story, 309-unit apartment tower it recently opened downtown. Designed by Houston-based architecture firm Ziegler Cooper Architects with interiors by Dallas-based Waldrop + Nichols, the tower’s luxury finishes and amenities aim to attract renters by choice – people who rent not out of necessity, but out of the convenience and lifestyle found in urban high rises." https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/43-story-apartment-tower-opens-downtown-houston-17596342.php#photo-23201778
    15 points
  15. Levit Green Boulevard: Lake and trees: Street signage. I wonder who will be the first on the sign?
    15 points
  16. I'm glad it never went through. The overall design looked like a 32 block walled city. It was very brutalist and not very inviting. It did the same thing the tunnels do in my estimation. Take people off the streets! It was a poor decision to just come in and take everything down like they did, And I'm sure we lost some great little buildings that would have created a nice human scale area for retail, dining and entertainment. I know Ive said this many times, but we lived at the corner of Crawford and Franklin in the PPG building in front of the Wagon Works, before the stadium was built. It was so dead around there before they built Minute Maid, George Brown and discovery Green. When I was very young in the early fifties my dad would take me with him to go to the musicians union hall over on Chenevert near the train station, and then over to the Rice hotel to set up his drums in the club. Then we'd go down to Main and go to James Coney Island, the original off main, and get some ice cream next to the Metropolitan theater. It was booming back then. Then Sharpstown opened and everyone headed for the suburbs. No-one stayed downtown.They built the freeways and the race to the edge started, and has never stopped. I drove by Katy where as a kid we would go watch a million ducks and geese feed on the rice fields. Now its mega box stores and behemoth warehouses. It's change and it will continue to happen.
    15 points
  17. "A Harris County judge has signed an order allowing developer Kendall Miller and his family to proceed with a 33-story condominium high rise on their Tanglewood property." https://www.houstonchronicle.com/lifestyle/home-design/article/Judges-order-allows-1661-Tanglewood-high-rise-to-17546939.php#photo-22945098
    15 points
  18. 14 points
  19. This week I went to TMC3 while it was raining. One Discovery Way: Dynamic Street: Collaborative Building: Helix Park: TECO connection located on the unknown street: Mixed-Use Garage:
    14 points
  20. City of Houston has applied for federal funding to reduce driving lanes to one on each direction as well as protected bike lanes on West Gray. From Shepherd to Waugh
    14 points
  21. The tower crane operator who works for TAS just messaged me on IG saying his bosses just told him they are moving him to a Hanover high rise project to build a 42 story high rise here in Houston. He is currently operating the tower crane at the Marquette Companies White Oak apartments. He was told he would transfer over to his new job around Jan-March. He was also the operator at the Allen project on the taller crane and the tower crane operator at the Hanover River Oaks. Only building that qualifies in that height range is the one at Hanover Autry Park.
    14 points
  22. Houston by Marc longoria, on Flickr Houston by Marc longoria, on Flickr
    14 points
  23. Aerial shots of East River posted last week to Built Nearby's Instagram. East River is Midway's mixed-use development in the Fifth Ward at 100 Jensen. https://www.instagram.com/p/CkgWWetLbkD/ These were also posted last week during previews of golf course East 9 and its companion restaurant / icehouse Riverhouse.
    14 points
  24. If I was charmed when native wildflowers were planted.....it just keeps getting better.
    14 points
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