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Paco Jones

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  1. This will not be moving forward. Hopefully it comes back sometime in the future but as of right now it is dead.
  2. This has been submitted for plan review.
  3. Don’t know yet (at least I don’t). The retail will be either 1 or 2 story. The rest is fairly conceptual at this point.
  4. 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.
  5. Project: The Warehouse Lofts at 707 Owner: Wellington Development Co. Architect: eStudio Architecture + Design Information: Renovation of existing building to 4-story apartment building with basement. Total of 67 untis and approx. 111,500 SF (not including attached parking garage).
  6. Project: Aftonshire Condominiums Owner: McVaugh Custom Homes, Inc. Architect: Danielian Associates Information: 4-story on podium over parking on grade (5 levels total). Total of 24 units with a gross square footage of 63,942. Construction is a joint-venture between Rogers O'Brien and McVaugh Custom Homes.
  7. This is what Arch-Con does and is the primary reason they can secure the work they do. A public sector bid and construct mentality in a private, negotiated arena. I always get a feeling of discontentment when I hear a promising project has been awarded to Arch-Con as the builder.
  8. You are correct, I edited my post. I must have accidentally typed 'Lovett' because of the adjacent street.
  9. I don't have much info at the moment, but I do know this is moving along quickly. Project: Houston Montrose (preliminary name) Address: 3300 Montrose Developer/Owner: Southeastern Architect: D|C|S Design Info: 8-story residential building (334 units) with ground floor retail facing Montrose Blvd.
  10. 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.
  11. Tenatively named Roy St. Apartments. This is a Toll Brothers development.
  12. I'm not saying this isn't legitimate, (because there are real estate investment crowdsourcing sites out there), but the picture above is not a rendering of the proposed project (as stated by Urbannizer). It's a pic of 26 Edgewater condos in Miami. I am very curious about this development, though. Thank you for sharing the information @Urbannizer
  13. Project: The Residences at Tiki Island (aka Tiki Island Marina Residences) Address: 675 Tiki Drive Village of Tiki Island, TX 77554 Owner/Developer: Legend Communities Inc. Architect: PLACE Designers Construction Start Date: August 2022 Information: The proposed 6-story development (173,000 SF) will consist of 70 residential units made of wood-frame construction. The project will be on an L-shaped tract of land. The proposed site is bound by Tiki Village Road in the north, Galveston West Bay and an existing three 3-story building in the south, South Western Bell (SBC) transmission station and the Village of Tiki Island Police Station in the west, and a private access road in the east.
  14. Project: Bridgeland Timber Office Building Owner: Bridgeland Development & Management Co. Developer: The Howard Hughes Corp. Architect of Record: Kirksey Design Architect: Lake | Flato Architects Notice to Proceed with Construction: October 2022 Information: 3‐story mass timber commercial office building (54,850 SF) within a 2.80‐acre tract of land located at the southeast corner of Bridgeland Creek Parkway and Summit Point in Cypress, Texas. The office will be part of a dynamic walkable masterplan with multifamily, grocery-anchored retail and entertainment uses. The Project will be seeking LEED Gold and Fitwel certification. In addition to multi-tenant offices, this will also be the location of Howard Hughes Corp’s local office & the Bridgeland Welcome Center.
  15. Hello and thank you for your reply. You make very good points and I don't disagree with you. I would like to add some clarification, though. The renderings that I shared for the Heights project are true to the Heights project itself. They are part of the DD drawings (5th progressive set) and are reflective of the Architectural and Structural plan sets. I thought this information might be helpful so that others would know that the renderings were not found by themselves somewhere and are part of the construction documents. It is very possible that the renderings could be used as a basis of design for future developments, though. There are a few additional elevations for the Heights project that are provided as cost saving alternate pricing deductions to the base construction cost (and schedule). So it would make sense to start with a base conception for future developments and then simply make changes on the overall building to accommodate the site and location. It would give the developer a good price point to work with when establishing the overall cost budget Thank you.
  16. Just to add to the confusion... The renderings shown on the Vero Sade website for Heights and W. Alabama are the same renderings and are are for the Heights project. I don't know what the W. Alabama project looks like yet, but perhaps it's similar.
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