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  1. For reference it should go from this: To this: If everything goes accordingly. It jumps over Old Spanish trail and goes towards the UT campus from the looks of it. source: starts at around 51:30
    17 points
  2. Dismantling the AT crane that took down the tower crane.
    15 points
  3. The Ashby high rise land is finally being put to use!
    14 points
  4. Porta-potties...perhaps the most reliable sign construction is about to start.
    14 points
  5. I think it would be a great place to put a Greyhound Bus Station.
    13 points
  6. Looks like they are moving the old train
    12 points
  7. This is going to get so much foot traffic because people are going to come just to drink coffee on the roof. It will def become a social media worthy place to take pics.
    11 points
  8. The western 3rd of the build is topped out at 10 stories.
    11 points
  9. The other surface lot is being torn up! Working on the complete site is great news. Also noticed the permit posted.
    10 points
  10. That’s an old rendering here is the new one Also I didn’t realize just how big they are.
    10 points
  11. Per the video, Parcel D (directly across from the Parcel C collaborative building on what would be the east side of the to-be-demolished William C Harvin Blvd) is a new industry building that has been signed, is to be publicly announced in the coming months, and appears to be 1.5-2X the size of the collaborative building. The night rendering doesn’t appear to capture the current plans for Parcel D. Although the TMC3 construction timeline was shown sequentially in the video to highlight campus assembly, I’d guess that construction of the Parcel D industry building (and likely also the Parcel
    10 points
  12. Bagby is getting a redesign that will add a new cycle and pedestrian zone, but it stops at Franklin. Maybe it could be extended by the developers? Only real access point is via George Bush Monument across the street. A ramp bypassing Franklin would have been great though. This should be done by the end of 2021:
    9 points
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  14. Bird-Eye View of construction crane being dismantled this morning.
    9 points
  15. Well, it does make it easier to give directions...
    8 points
  16. There are at least 5 public garages within 5 blocks of this project. Houstonians should realize they don't always have to park directly at the thing they're going to, and it's not always going to be free.
    8 points
  17. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Caydon-launches-Melbourne-inspired-condo-tower-in-15884504.php Melbourne-based Caydon is moving ahead with the second phase of its Laneways development in Midtown with the launch of the Fitzroy Residences, a 32-story tower at 2701 Main St. that will bring 191 condo units and a 190-room boutique hotel by Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. The project, announced in March 2019, is tentatively slated to break ground across from Midtown Park this summer and could be completed by the end of 2023, according to Caydon. The c
    8 points
  18. I took these photographs from neither, I don’t own a drone and I don’t feel safe in a helicopter. I took these photographs from the top of a building that I was given permission to go up to.
    8 points
  19. LETS (forgot it doesn't allow f-bombs) GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    8 points
  20. Groundbreaking is underway at this time :) Road milling machines are chewing up the surface parking lot behind the MD Anderson 1MC building.
    8 points
  21. East side parking lot is also being stripped of the asphalt. Signage on the west lot.
    7 points
  22. 7 points
  23. The project was funded a $28,851,400 HUD loan 12/15/2020. The owner is Partin Development. Here is the general contractor's sub-site, plans section lists all property related documents. https://www.strategicplanroom.com/jobs/299/details/cityscape-apartments Construction and sitework have not yet started, however there is a building permit issued Oct 2020.
    7 points
  24. Road milling machines currently filling up dump trucks on the west side of William C Harvin Blvd.
    7 points
  25. At first I didn't understand the new address right, 2701 Main, and thought that the Fitzroy will destroy the Pacific Mutual Life building at 2701 Fannin. Whew. Caydon has gone ahead and bumped a previous 2019 inquiry to the FAA seeing if they can now get anything up to 600' at their parcels with the address 2606 Fannin. For those who click through, "Work in Progress" just means that the proposed limit has not received its determination letter yet, not that the building is in progress now.
    7 points
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