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  1. Not 100% of the address but this is my guess based on the info in the tweet.
    16 points
  2. everything looks finished for the most part, just a bit of the landscaping left
    15 points
  3. Got to run through the tunnels on Sunday for the marathon. Pretty neat!
    13 points
  4. 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
  5. Mixed-Use Garage. Collaborative Building and Industry Building 1. IB1. Collaborative Building.
    12 points
  6. 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
  7. Small garden style 3 stories apartments. https://www.estudiogroup.com
    11 points
  8. 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.
    11 points
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  10. Houstonia Magazine featured this tower under construction.
    9 points
  11. For Sale, could we possibly get a 3rd high rise here? Montrose needs a nice hotel.
    8 points
  12. ABC13 covered the marathon and has footage of runners in the new tunnels. The footage is at the 1:51:50 mark. 2022 Chevron Marathon @BigFootsSocks If you spot yourself in the video let us know! Congratulations on finishing!
    8 points
  13. Beautiful photo. I'd love to see the east side of that curve look like the west some day.
    8 points
  14. some pictures of caroline st from yesterday
    8 points
  15. The architects have spent considerable time researching the original Leonard Gabert design in order to restore it correctly. And the new addition on the south side will be very sympathetic to the original design. All good.
    8 points
  16. A few smaller updates have occurred since early December. With Intuitive Machines' and Collins' facilities under construction, Axiom's site is moving ahead in the planning stages and they expect to move their headquarters to the facility next year. Recently, Axiom awarded Jacobs a design contract for their assembly, integration, and testing facility's construction. The first pieces of the Axiom Station are expected to arrive in Houston from Italy in early 2023, according to Axiom's website. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2022/01/07/has-iah-spaceport-construction.html https://www.axiomspace.com/axiom-station https://executivegov.com/2022/01/axiom-space-selects-jacobs-to-construct-facility-at-houston-spaceport/ The spaceport was awarded a $5 million grant from the state out of the Spaceport Trust Fund for infrastructure development (SpaceX's spaceport in South Texas was also awarded the same amount). https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/space/article/Abbott-grants-10-million-to-spaceports-in-16773595.php
    7 points
  17. Another publication has come across this (rebrand) hotel. Travel Daily News
    7 points
  18. "you will live in the pod, you will eat the bugs, you will not own anything, and you will be happy"
    7 points
  19. Lone Star Saloon just opened again this week.
    7 points
  20. This has a similar lighting system as the Omni Dallas, it was only on the west and south sides last night FullSizeRender.mov
    7 points
  21. It's actually the best freeway we have. Lanes are wide enough, it's smooth like butter, and makes visiting friends & family out there a breeze. Compare it to the narrow pot holed mess that is 45 N & S, sharp curve and dump trucks on 59 N, random lane drop offs & merges on 59 S, it's amazing. That being said, I hope this new development brings some fresh restaurants to the area. Tired of going to the same old places in City Centre and the chains scattered along the freeway.
    6 points
  22. According to a resident at Parklane Condo Tower, this will be a Hines apartment complex.
    6 points
  23. 6 points
  24. As suspected, Money Cat's publicist emailed press releases to local news publications earlier this month regarding the latest Kirby Grove restaurant addition. Money Cat anticipates a summer 2022 opening. https://houston.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/01-05-22-money-cat-new-japanese-restaurant-sushi-upper-kirby-sherman-yeung/
    6 points
  25. Levit Green and the Downtown skyline. Garage forming.
    6 points
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