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    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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    https://www.highstreetresidential.com/en/portfolio/block-98 42-stories, 2Q 2022 completion
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    Sorry for the delay! Was this what you had in mind, @bobruss?
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    324' feet 379 units 481 parking spaces 216 bicycle spaces 13,888 square feet of retail EDIT: Renderings removed at the demand of Large arts in Collingwood, Australia. —Editor
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    Enrique's pictures made me want to go get some shots so I decided to drive into town tonight...terrible idea but here's one that came out after I played with the colors some.
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    Minute Maid Park from the East End by Arie, on Flickr
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    Got to take a hardhat tour of the site yesterday. Still a lot of work to be done. They're shooting for an October 26th grand opening, with about the first 15 or 16 floors complete at that time. The 39th floor penthouse suites will be the last floor completed. They're sparing no expense on the project. Market Square Tower - Hard Hat Tour
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    Up to 31-stories, down 5 units to 275
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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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    Here's the next phase!! http://www.largearts.com.au/houston-midtown/ EDIT: Renderings removed at the demand of Large arts in Collingwood, Australia. —Editor
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    Got to come into Houston for the New Years and spend it in downtown, mostly on Main St. and along the rail. What a difference from when I left almost 3 years ago, glad I will be calling Houston home once more beginning in February! Enjoy the pics
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    That's a great shot. And to give an idea of how much things have changed from this angle recently, below I have attempted to highlight everything that's new in the last 15 years:
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    Early 2020 construction start http://www.spearstreetcapital.com/portfolio/owned/
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    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?
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    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
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    Yes, the first tower crane is going up and according to a rigger and some Skanska workers, 2 more tower cranes will be going up in the next couple of weeks. The office portion is going up too!!! They are going to add 5 more floors to the existing parking garage and several more parking floors in the rest of the area with a ground level lobby and the office portion above that. I asked if the rumor was true that BOA was the new tenant but they said that was privileged info but the new tenant would be announced in a couple weeks. Keep an eye on the Houston Business Journal for news.
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    Via Flickr: Good Morning Houston by Mark Griffith, on Flickr
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    Took this over Labor Day weekend. I haven't seen many shots from this angle.
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    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
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    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:
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    Camden announced phase I is a go on their earnings call. Should kick off Q4-2017. It'll be 21 stories, as discussed here. They have no definite plans for phase II.
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    https://morrisarchitects.wordpress.com/2017/01/24/morris-huitt-zollars-contribution-to-downtown-houston-super-bowl-li/ 170124_MarriottMarquis_129 by byrne.kyle, on Flickr
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    Downtown Houston Drone Shot by Chris Olbekson, on Flickr
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