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  1. https://www.1550onthegreen.com/neighborhood/ Tower 2 - Office Tower 3 - Hotel & Residential
    32 points
  2. Actual foundation work on The Laura has begun.
    27 points
  3. I was able to drive on some of the new roads.
    26 points
  4. It's alive!!! Activity has started at the RO. Today there were a couple of heavy-duty electric utility trucks (eg, Centerpoint) inside the fenced in compound. Another truck or two on the outside, including one with a trailer with a backhoe. And all along the Buffalo Spdwy sidewalk, outside the fence, there are utility flags in the ground.
    26 points
  5. 24 points
  6. UH has it's new Medical School and has future plans for having research facilities at the new Med Center Expansion.
    21 points
  7. All three building signages are illuminated. Looking great!!
    19 points
  8. 18 points
  9. New Opening day! I guess this means we should expect to see this break ground within the next couple of months? Side note, we have one of the ugliest renderings out of all their projects :)
    18 points
  10. A little progress on the bike trail/new park downtown.
    18 points
  11. This has a similar lighting system as the Omni Dallas, it was only on the west and south sides last night FullSizeRender.mov
    17 points
  12. Not 100% of the address but this is my guess based on the info in the tweet.
    16 points
  13. everything looks finished for the most part, just a bit of the landscaping left
    16 points
  14. Looked like they were doing a partial mat pour this morning. A few pump trucks are on-site.
    16 points
  15. “Where R&D meets R&R” New signage out up by Greentown Labs:
    16 points
  16. From the rooftop park at the MFAH: Edit: To get the link to show the picture within the app.
    16 points
  17. Nice detail in today’s Elkus Manfredi TMC3 rendering post on Twitter. Lots of trees 🌳 Additionally, note on Parcel B the placement of both University of Houston and Texas A&M signage. The slightly twisted tower design on Parcel F also seems new. This campus view has often been displayed as a night shot, but perhaps this daytime rendering from the architect hints at the current vision.
    15 points
  18. Trying to put a little more substance on a response for you: Per Emporis, those four cities have the following high-rises 375 ft and above completed 2018 and after/under construction/planned: Houston: Completed 2018 and after - 10: Texas Tower (735 ft); Bank of America Tower (579 ft); The Post Oak (496 ft); Aspire Post Oak (453 ft); Hanover River Oaks (450 ft); Latitude Medical Center (423 ft); Arabella (399 ft); Paula & Rusty Walter Tower (395 ft); Residences at La Colombe d'Or (393 ft); Hanover BLVD Place (375 ft) Under Construction - 5: 1550 on the Green (410 ft); 800 Crawford (468 ft); Texas A&M Health Science Center Horizon Tower (488 ft); Thompson Houston Hotel and Residences/the Allen (496 ft); Brava (549 ft); Planned -5: Hotel Granduca Residences (442 ft); 1661 Tanglewood (460 ft); Houston Methodist Centennial Tower (467 ft); Rosewood Hotel & Residences (751 ft); 1600 Louisiana (859 ft) Dallas: Completed 2018 and after- 6: AMLI Fountain Place (562 ft); The Victor (453 ft); Atelier (441 ft); Hall Arts Residences (440 ft); Bleu Ciel (400 ft); Residences at Park District (385 ft) Under Construction: None Planned - 1: Field Street Tower (600 ft) Chicago: Completed 2018 and after- 14: NEMA Chicago (896 ft); One Bennett Park (837 ft); 110 North Wacker Dr (815 ft); Wolf Point East (665 ft); Essex on the Park (620 ft); 151 North Franklin (600 ft); 465 North Park (535 ft); The Paragon (515 ft); 727 West Madison (495 ft); No. 9 Walton (491 ft); 235 West Van Buren (490 ft); Old Town Park III (447 ft); Cascade (438 ft); Old Town Park II (430 ft); Under Construction- 11: St Regis Chicago (1,191 ft); One Chicago Tower A (971 ft); Salesforce Tower (813 ft); 1000M (805 ft); BMO Tower (727 ft); One Chicago Tower B (574 ft); Cirrus (550 ft); 300 North Michigan Ave (523 ft); The Grand (452 ft); The Reed (447 ft); 352 North Union Ave (410 ft) Planned: Tribune East (1,422 ft); 400 Lake Shore Dr-South Tower ( 1,100 ft); Lakeshore East Site I (950 ft); 400 Lake Shore Drive - North Tower (850 ft); 130 North Franklin (751 ft); The Carillon (725 ft); 300 West Oak St (695 ft); Lakeshore East Site O (642 ft); 310 West Oak St (620 ft); Equinox Hotel & Residences (615 ft); 700 West Chicago Residential Tower (610 ft); 601 West Monroe East Tower (535 ft); 640 West Washington Blvd (515 ft); 170 North Peoria (495 ft); 205 West Oak St (475 ft); 601 West Monroe West Tower (465 ft); 1520-76 North Fremont Street (465 ft); 444 North Dearborn (455 ft); 1130 North State St (425 ft); 360 North Green St (425 ft); 1201 -1215 West Fulton Market (382 ft); 312 West Walton St (380 ft); 322 North Clark St (377 ft) Los Angeles: Completed 2018 and after- 8: Thea at Metropolis (647 ft); 825 South Hill (636 ft); Hope+Flower I (529 ft); AVEN (490 ft); Metropolis Residential Tower II (451 ft); Hope+Flower II (421 ft); Circa East (400 ft); Circa West (400 ft); Under Construction- 10: Oceanwide Plaza I (677 ft); 945 West 8th Street (654 ft); Century Plaza Tower II (600 ft); Century Plaza Tower I (600 ft); Eighth and Figueroa (530 ft); Moxy & AC Hotel Los Angeles (529 ft); Oceanwide Plaza III (497 ft); Oceanwide Plaza II (497 ft); Perla on Broadway (417 ft); 520 Mateo Street (390 ft); Planned: 333 South Figuera St (1,108 ft); Figueroa Center (975 ft); Angels Landing Tower A (854 ft); Olympia Tower I (853 ft); 1045 Olive Hill (810 ft); Fifth & Hill (789 ft); Olympic & Hill (760 ft); Olympic Tower (740 ft); 6AM North Tower (732 ft); 6AM South Tower (710 ft); BLOC Tower (710 ft); Times Mirror Square South Tower (665 ft); Wilshire Courtyard Tower 1 (655 ft); Olympia Tower III (653 ft); Tribune Tower (616 ft); Hollywood Center East Tower (595 ft); Wilshire Courtyard Tower 2 (565 ft); Olympia Tower II (550 ft); Angels Landing Tower B (542 ft); 1020 Figueroa Residential Tower (540 ft); Mirabel (521 ft); Westfield Promenade 2035 Southeast Office Building (502 ft); Times Mirror Square North Tower (488 ft); 350 South Figuero Street (480 ft); Hollywood Center West Tower (469 ft); Hyde Resort & Residences (460 ft); Lake on Wilshire (459 ft); Wilshire Gate (450 ft); 1020 Figueroa W Hotel Tower (430 ft); The Gayley at Wilshire (427 ft); 2143 East Violet (425 ft); 2143 East Violet (425 ft); 525 South Spring (420 ft); Residences at 333 South Hope Street (420 ft); The Star (420 ft); Bixel Tower (409 ft); 3700 Wilshire (400 ft);
    15 points
  19. Collaborative Building and Industry Building 1. Industry Building 1. Collaborative Building.
    14 points
  20. I took this shot to try to get an angle for an “apples to apples” comparison with the rendering:
    14 points
  21. Community Impact has an article about the topping out of the hotel and condos but they include a picture of the now totally different look of the other buildings. https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/development/2022/01/26/new-luxury-condo-hotel-project-tops-out-on-allen-parkway/
    13 points
  22. Got to run through the tunnels on Sunday for the marathon. Pretty neat!
    13 points
  23. Building Design + Construction’s recent article “A health crisis gives life to life sciences” highlights TMC3 and Levit Green alongside several nascent US life sciences developments. Obviously, there’s some misinformation (eg, “Gensler-designed Master Plan ”), but good to see Houston get the well-deserved spotlight. — Some sources report that investors and developers are scouring secondary and tertiary markets for opportunities. One of these markets appears to be Houston, which in recent years has notched one the stronger records in the U.S. for growth in life science establishments, according to JLL. “It is an unprecedented time for life sciences and innovation in the U.S., and Houston has all the factors that are required for explosive growth in this space,” Steve Purpura, President of Life Science at Beacon Capital Partners, says. Beacon is a development partner in Phase 1 of the 6-million-sf Gensler-designed Master Plan for Texas Medical Center’s new 37-acre life sciences campus. The campus’s hub, which started construction last January, is the 250,000-sf TMC3 Collaborative Building, whose building team includes Elkus Manfredi Architects, Vaughn Construction, and the landscape architect Mikyoung Kim Design. Texas Medical Center (TMC) and its three academic healthcare partners—the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas A&M University Health Center, and the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston—are creating 43,000 sf of joint lab/coworking office space at TMC3. Another 85,000 sf of lab and office space will be developed for industry partners, and 14,200 sf will be earmarked for TMC’s investment platforms. TMC3 Collaborative is scheduled to open in the fall of 2023. According to TMC, a key objective of the master plan—which will include a 521-room hotel, a 65,000-sf conference center, a 350-unit residential tower, and a 700,000-sf industry research building—was to ensure an environment where innovators from healthcare, science, academia, government, and industry could collaborate on new medicines, medical devices, diagnostic, and digital health platforms, and treatment solutions. The result is intended to attract high-quality talent by offering multiple opportunities for mentorship and career growth. “TMC has done the work necessary to seed innovation, build relationships with the world’s leading life sciences companies, and create the infrastructure needed for long-term success,” says Purpura. Under development near TMC3 is Levit Green, a 52-acre, $1 billion mixed-use master plan (also designed by Gensler and Walter P Moore), whose first phase will include a five-story, 270,000-sf life sciences building, designed by HOK and built by Harvey Builders. According to Hines, the global real estate services firm that’s developing Levit Green with 2ML Real Estate Interests, the floor plates inside the life sciences building will average 55,000 sf for fitout flexibility. The building will include 25,000 sf for lab incubator space, and a 7,000-sf conference room. “We are seeing record-breaking R&D spending, creating the need for highly-sophisticated lab space and cutting-edge pharmaceutical facilities,” said Hines in a prepared statement. Roger Soto, AIA, LEED AP, Design Principal for HOK, tells BD+C that the design team “reimagined” the life sciences building at Levit Green “from the point of view of the user.” For example, the building structure is entirely designed around the unique needs of lab planning and vibration criteria, which in turn drives the module and column spacing. Levit Green is scheduled to start accepting occupants in the fourth quarter of next year.
    13 points
  24. Permit issued for the parking garage foundation work.
    13 points
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  26. "Building More than Buildings...Building Partnershispsking Garages" Fixed that typo for them.
    12 points
  27. Small garden style 3 stories apartments. https://www.estudiogroup.com
    12 points
  28. Surfing thru Estudio Architecture website I found these renderings. https://www.estudiogroup.com/en/projects/project-three-a4c7n-86h9l-6lpzb-dxxjf-exf5f-78zpd-dycnm?itemId=w1pstozb8bq0wwg4505ftsh2fnhxhj
    12 points
  29. I agree with the sentiment that this is what the ruling classes want for us and it sucks. But I do think buildings like this are really needed. The low end of the market needs to be served. I think that's one of the reasons why everything seems so messed up right now. Can't build cheap houses, can't build cheap apartments, can't build cheap cars, etc. So as a consequence there's this weird income threshold where if you make above you get to participate fully in life and get married and have kids and do things, and the half of the population that earns less than $35k is going to live with their parents and be broke in their 40s and beyond.
    12 points
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