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  1. Yeah that’s exactly what I took away from it too. 🙄 Surely no one in your life has ever accused you of being condescending? Would that be a round peg in a square hole?
  2. Sign of the times ... “auto garage” doesn’t seem redundant.
  3. That sliver of Midtown (or Montrose or the Fourth Ward or whatever it’s called) is certainly a great place to live, very walkable and convenient to a lot but closed off enough that it doesn’t get much vehicular traffic. Was this part of the Fourth Ward Redevelopment Authority land?
  4. Does anyone know when the sewage moratorium ended?
  5. This is a great summary of the sewage moratorium http://offcite.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2010/02/TradingToilets_Neuhaus_Cite1.pdf
  6. Is the market for these new apartments really those living in pre-1980s small complexes or 1990s garden style apartments, though? I doubt it. If anything, I smell redevelopment opportunity a la Memorial Heights. In any case it will certainly be interesting to see how what I’m calling the “Central Core” market (inside of Shepherd) has evolved 10 years from now.
  7. Not sure if this is the right forum but giving it a try ... Can anyone shed any light on the history of the Brookhollow development? Was it an Exxon/Friendswood development? Did it coincide with the construction of the North Loop? What was there before? Has it always had such a big government (State and County) presence Seems it must have been a major development at the time, with a completely new replatting of streets on a suburban-type model.
  8. There are very few large complexes 30-40 years old inside the loop due to the sewage-related building restrictions in the 1970s (probably ended up being a good thing in the 1980s). I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that the central core (inside Shepherd) had an dearth of real multifamily options until the last 10-15 years when compared with other cities. I’d imagine the market that is going to be most pressured is the West Loop as well as some of the older Midtown units (but are there really that many?).
  9. As printed in HBJ 2019 Fall Office Leasing Guide
  10. It also does not include sublease space.
  11. Thought there was a generic downtown thread but I guess not. Below are vacancy rates of most major office buildings downtown from HAR as printed in the HBJ. Some notable exceptions like Wells Fargo Plaza. Address/Bldg name/Total space/Avail space/Vacancy rate 800 Bell Old Exxon 1,314,350 1,314,350 100% Texas Tower New Hines 1,106,581 705,774 64% 1001 Fannin Old First City 1,365,801 586,811 43% 1600 Smith Old CO 1,227,182 489,881 40% 600 Travis Old Chase 1,916,394 456,600 24% 601 Travis Old Chase garage 407,912 29,877 7% 1021 Main One City Centre 554,953 424,260 76% 700 Louisiana TC Energy Ctr 1,321,033 295,682 22% 1100 Louisiana Enterprise Plaza 1,391,152 288,812 21% 1415 Louisiana Wedge Int'l Tower 536,626 275,179 51% 811 Louisiana Old Two Shell Plaza 577,735 236,380 41% 1201 Fannin Greenstreet 656,994 230,532 35% 1000 Main Reliant Energy Plaza 850,294 175,321 21% 808 Travis Esperson 298,513 156,839 53% 1010 Lamar Younan Sqaure 258,776 143,727 56% 910 Louisiana One Shell Plaza 1,231,896 137,364 11% 712 Main The Jones on Main 794,186 128,817 16% 800 Capital Bank of America Tower 754,000 93,725 12% 919 Milam Old Bank of the SW 723,130 89,550 12% 811 Main BG Group Place 973,861 80,006 8% 1001 McKinney Old City National Bank 378,101 78,997 21% 801 Travis 417,693 75,675 18% 601 Jefferson KBR Tower 1,087,974 69,888 6% 1301 Fannin Houston Data Center 766,950 65,000 8% 609 Main 1,057,658 64,109 6% 801 Louisiana Goodrich Petroleum 105,145 38,670 37% 1801 Main Amegy Bank 238,886 33,964 14% 917 Main 140,000 8,757 6% 711 Louisiana Pennzoil Place South 712,081 308,153 43% 700 Milam Pennzoil Place North 712,081 227,193 32% Total Pennzoil Place 1,424,162 535,346 38% 1221 McKinney LyondellBasell Tower/1 HC 1,103,424 193,009 17% 909 Fannin St 2 Houston Center 1,102,279 276,353 25% 1301 McKinney Fulbright Tower/3 HC 1,311,133 401,701 31% 1221 Lamar 4 Houston Center 1,526,323 404,282 26% 1401 McKinney 5 Houston Center 606,786 198,238 33% Total Houston Center 5,649,945 1,473,583 26% 500 Dallas One Allen Center 930,730 140,781 15% 1200 Smith Two Allen Center 1,075,210 361,621 34% 333 Clay Three Allen Center 1,282,908 207,036 16% Total Allen Center 3,288,848 709,438 22%
  12. What club was it?
  13. Lights at top blue and orange these days for the Astros. Sad that 1600 Smith didn’t do something.
  14. Doubletree signage still up. I don’t get it.
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