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  1. Autry Park Office Phase I & II https://www.cbre.us/resources/fileassets/US-SMPL-67739/34711091/ee670885-e09b-4ec6-9e39-cd17d8e4fbaa.pdf
    24 points
  2. https://www.cbre.us/properties/properties-for-lease/office/details/US-SMPL-67746/1550-on-the-green-1550-lamar-street-77010?view=isLetting
    18 points
  3. Discovery Green just keeps getting better and better. See you in hell, Embassy Suites!
    15 points
  4. I'm staring straight across from the fins as I type. What you see is what you get. It looks like the punched metal screening material that accents the fins has been installed. They have some scaffolding around this assembly now.
    14 points
  5. From TDECU Stadium, this building appears to be attached to the Southern tip of downtown. It along with 800 Crawford really appear to extend the skyline from that vantage point.
    11 points
  6. You'd think a hurricane went through.....oh wait.... Hard to see in the pic, but a large tree fell and is blocking the trail at the curve
    11 points
  7. https://www.designcollective.com/portfolio/project/hanover-square-block-e/
    11 points
  8. Per the Memorial Heights TIRZ September agenda packet: SITE B1 Ground Lease Tenant 50,000 Sqft Development • Design & Permitting: The ground lease tenant is continuing to progress the 50,000 sq ft development with an anticipated start date of first quarter of 2022. SITE B2 40-Story High Rise • Design Status: The B2 development has kicked-off design. Anticipated construction start of summer 2022. Unit count and retail square footage to be provided as design develops further.
    10 points
  9. I really like how this building helps balance our skyline a bit more.
    10 points
  10. Reading the article, this seems huge? If they are contributing 65 mil to the effort, that means Rice is contributing its own portion to it so I wonder how much that will be. If you called me and were like "XR, your neighborhood is getting infrastructure improvement to the tune of 65 mil+" your boy would be pretty jazzed about it. I know this thread and others have argued about various issues Midtown may have, but you can't really argue with activated spaces, plazas, and general pedestrian experience improvement. A parking garage will help businesses in the area so they don't have to rely on street parking so much, and if they want to, can take advantage of the reduced parking mins around the red line. Pretty smart. Feel like its a win-win-win, other than for the HCEDD who still want their community benefits agreement.
    10 points
  11. Noticed some permitting activity lately. Called someone related to the project and they confirmed the London Square Townhomes will be demolished. The owner/developer is Endeavor Real Estate Group out of Austin. They're website does not have any Houston properties listed. Hopefully they enter the market with a splash! https://www.endeavor-re.com/ DMRE's old property flier. I've noticed DMRE's properties usually have a high chance of fast redevelopment. Waste water and sewer disconnect permits. Demolition should come next!
    9 points
  12. From the Sept. 15 presentation to City Council Economic Development Committee: Southwest currently has 3 gates at Bush IAH, they want 2 more. The airport still has requests for more gates from a number of airlines. The Airport is in the early stages of the domestic redevelopment program, which will probably add 6 gates to Terminal A. Right now they are in the process of meeting with the various airlines which will lead to getting their commitments to the program. The Terminal A expansion will begin while the International expansion program is underway. They expect it might be completed 6-9 months after the completion of the international expansion. It seems likely that Spirit might move from Terminal A to Terminal D. United has shared preliminary plans to add 2 piers to the north side of terminal B. That would also require United to remodel their Terminal B Central Processor. (United controls Terminal B, so none of this would be part of the Airport's Domestic Terminal Renewal Program. The Airport will soon be putting out an RFP for the complete replacement of the subway train system.
    7 points
  13. Wish this opening sooner, you're starting to see more and more people return to DT for sports events and work. This weekend I saw groups of people bunched around this area walking their dogs and jogging and a few streets down by the Rocket's basketball area just sitting and talking and hanging out which is a welcomed sight. I know its a smaller park, but giving some green back to the downtown population is a big-ish deal, especially residents. Plus, it may entice businesses to finally lease all that space in the towers close to this park. I think this, plus the hub that has developed around the intersection of bike lanes by Phoenicia will have a bigger effect than we think. Would be a big draw for all those people that mill about trying to figure out where to go with their scooters from discovery green, or people who are there for games/work/whatever will have another place to go and a great restaurant/coffee shop/bakery to patron (assuming Tout Suite does move there) on this side of 59.
    7 points
  14. I still love the illumination. Sets the building apart from the others.
    7 points
  15. I wonder if this hole will be the elevator core?
    7 points
  16. 8.23.2021 New Hope Housing Avenue J by Houston HCDD, on Flickr 8.23.2021 New Hope Housing Avenue J by Houston HCDD, on Flickr 8.23.2021 New Hope Housing Avenue J by Houston HCDD, on Flickr
    7 points
  17. Site visit today. Demolition is definitely forthcoming. Wonder what's happening with the site?
    6 points
  18. 5 points
  19. Asked again and apparently one of the 3 spaces will be be liquor store!
    5 points
  20. This is going to be a much needed upgrade to that street and for the area. I love the old charm of the neighborhood but infrastructure is still lacking, even with the Green Line running down Harrisburg.
    5 points
  21. Not sure if you've seen the improvements along Studewood, but that's basically what is coming to Montrose Blvd. Along the median of Studewood they added pedestrian crossings for better access to stops, wider sidewalks along the majority of the street and the bus shelters look really nice. https://www.ridemetro.org/Pages/METRO-BOOST-Network.aspx
    5 points
  22. 8.31.2021 Dian Street Villa Progress Photos by Houston HCDD, on Flickr 8.31.2021 Dian Street Villa Progress Photos by Houston HCDD, on Flickr
    5 points
  23. Is this the only rendering of phase 2?
    5 points
  24. More evidence that there are just too many people driving who should not be. If one does not know that one is supposed to treat such intersections as 4-way stops, one should not be driving. We are not nearly strict enough with drivers licenses.
    5 points
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