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  1. https://iondistrict.com/#section-3 https://www.smartcitiesworld.net/news/smart-city-district-gets-green-light-from-city-of-houston-7135
    40 points
  2. Rottet Studio posted these on their instagram. wow!
    37 points
  3. https://www.1550onthegreen.com/neighborhood/ Tower 2 - Office Tower 3 - Hotel & Residential
    32 points
  4. Inspired by the Editor's post about 20 years of HAIF & Bilbao58's posts in SSC about projects that are less than 20 years old - I present: The Highlighter Google Earth Downtown Houston 20 Years of development image. Green: New Build Yellow: Renovation (saved from abandonment, which is why the Leeland Federal Building is not notated, or the Allen Center). Purple: U/C buildings missing from the outdated satellite imagery. Feel free to add in or ask me for corrections/amendments. A cool visual of the amount of investment in our city! Personally, I'd be happy to see donut apartments fill in every surface lot over a Supertall. But a new Supertall would be nice ;)
    31 points
  5. Project: 1550 on the Green Address: 1550 Lamar St. Houston, TX 77010 Architects: Bjarke Ingels Group (Design Consultant) Kendall/Heaton Associates (Architect of Record) Michael Hsu (Interior Architect) Information: Block 250 (aka 1550 on the Green) is located across discovery green in downtown Houston. The current design includes a 28 story cast-in-place concrete structure (level 13 is skipped) with curtainwall and metal panel facade. This project consists of a 2-level garage basement, parking on levels 3-8, office levels on levels 9-28 and terraces on levels 12,20 & 28. Total Garage Area: 214,337 SF Total Office & Terrace Area: 454,259 SF Start Date: June 15, 2021 Completion Date: November 29, 2023
    30 points
  6. Address: 1180 W 18th Street Architect: The Preston Partnership Owner/Developer: US Living Information: 13-story tall residential tower (9 levels of residential units on 4 levels of podium/parking garage- 575 spaces) that includes 386 units. There are residential units at Level 4 that wrap the NW corner of the Garage. A total of 344,626 SF of leasable unit area with 26,500 SF of outdoor amenity/terrace area at Level 5. There is no GFR planned at this time.
    29 points
  7. Actual foundation work on The Laura has begun.
    29 points
  8. The Hallmark Project is a 488,000 SF, 34-story new construction high rise residential tower to be located at 4718 Hallmark Drive. There are 113 luxury independent living units on 25 residential levels over 5 levels of parking. There are amenity programs on ground level, level 2 and level 8. Levels 1 & 2 are connected to an existing 10-story apartment building. Site work includes modification of the existing Hallmark drop off, the addition of a new drop-off to be accessed from Garrettson Lane to the entry lobby of the new tower and landscaping for three courtyards and surrounding site. Construction anticipated to start June 2022.
    28 points
  9. So I stoped to take some pics of what looked like and Indian Wedding event going on here. Up comes Paula Blart:Mall Cop, saying I can't take pics from a public street of a private wedding. STFU. I took a whole bunch of pics. Screw her.
    28 points
  10. Hey look, I finished the construction all by myself!
    28 points
  11. Project: Project Green - Phase I Address: 1900 Allen Parkway Owner: Service Corporation International Developer: HINES Architect: HOK Information: New 13-story office building (203' height). Level 1 is lobby, 2-5 is parking garage, and 6-13 is office. Outdoor amenity terrace at Level 6. Total space (not including parking garage) is 245,160SF. SCI will occupy the building and leave two floors empty for leasing space. Site improvements include a 3-story office building (1919 Allen Parkway), a 12-story office building (1929 Allen Parkway), a 2-story residence (currently used for storage - 1904 West Walker Street) and a parking garage, totaling 6.99 acres, that will all be demo'd to make room for a new mixed-use development. I have attached a master plan of the complete development (last image). I have been waiting to share this until the development caught traction because of the efforts to keep this somewhat quiet. I can tell you that the Retail is planned to go next.
    27 points
  12. Excellent news. Very smart to drop the vicious teeth and menacing arms of the prior design.
    27 points
  13. They're airplane window photos so apologies for the quality, but figured I'd share my shots from the ever-scenic Hobby Airport takeoff path.
    27 points
  14. This is now known as M Square https://www.kpf.com/projects/m-square
    27 points
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  16. Project Name: The Harris Apartments Address: 3715 Harrisburg Developer/Owner: Lovett Architect: More Architecture Studio Info: Four levels on podium deck overtop of parking. 132 units, total of 111,060 SF. Ground floor to have 3 restaurants, 2 retail, and also a micro-brewery.
    26 points
  17. ^^^ i constantly find it absolutely amazing, that this development just arrives out of nowhere... and totally BLOCKS OUT the EMBASSY SUITES monstrosity. it's as if they just somehow KNEW what we have been WISHING and PRAYING for all of this time...
    26 points
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  19. 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
  20. Liked this shot this morning from Ch. 13's camera - I think at Memorial at Windsor. Love those shadows.
    26 points
  21. Some pics I took last night. I just got my Pixel 6 Pro, so was looking forward to testing it out. We all agreed that there were some strong Cali vibes with the sunset. Thanks again to @Brooklyn173for posting the eventbrite link. No one ever checked and there were tons of people, but I probably wouldn't have been as emboldened. One thing that was kind of interesting was that there was a wedding on the roof last night. Talk about hitting the weather lottery. They had the reception on the roof as well on the eastern portion, so didn't make it over there. View from where the wedding was set up: Towards the reception area: I went to post this one in The Allen thread and Brooklyn713 posted almost the same exact photo from the night before! This was using the 4X optical zoom camera. Crazy impressive for a cell phone imho. Best food we tried was this, the hot chicken fries. Price is $12 and the heavy black pepper mac is $3. Spicy salmon hand-rolls 5/$20 20oz ribeye I think about $35 normally. All of the food was half price for the soft opening. Bonus pic of the Bagby rebuild because it makes me so happy:
    26 points
  22. Not happy with the post-processing of that photo so I fixed it.
    26 points
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  24. Project: Modera Waugh Address: 716 Waugh Drive Houston, TX 77019 Architect: EDI Information: 7-levels of parking with 10 levels of residential units above. Amenity deck and pool at level 8 and another amenity deck at roof. 392 units with SF of 412,431 (includes balconies). 174,736 SF of parking area with 575 parking spaces. Exterior is comprised mostly of masonry and cast stone with a small portion being stucco.
    26 points
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