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  1. I'm pretty sure this is a Medistar project - "TMC Grand Blvd Investors, LLC" has the same address and phone number listed. Also on Medistar's website they have this listed as a project: Site near Texas Medical Center26 Acres | Houston, TX
  2. I'm mostly echo chambering what I've heard a few places, but it makes sense to me - he's definitely involved. I'm assuming the "C" is Roberto Contreras
  3. The two buildings next to the apartments are on the demo report today also - says new construction by Suvera properties http://swamplot.com/daily-demolition-report-you-lucky-dog/2019-03-01/
  4. Permit was filed for the foundation on 2/22. http://www.cohtora.houstontx.gov/ibi_apps/WFServlet.ibfs?IBIF_webapp=/ibi_apps&IBIC_server=EDASERVE&IBIWF_msgviewer=OFF&IBIAPP_app=soldpermits&IBIF_ex=sold_permit_d&CLICKED_ON=&PN=18087604&PT=13 Project No: 18087604 Date : 2019/02/22 00:00:00 USE : (EPR) SITEWORK AND FOUNDATION FOR FUTURE Owner/Occupant : *NOVEL RIVER OAKS Job Address : 2511 WILLOWICK RD 77027 Valuation : $ 3,000,000 Permit Type : 13 FCC Group : Structures Other than Buildings Buyer : *HOAR CONSTRUCTION Address : 1300 W SAM HOUSTON PKY 77042 Phone : (713) 576-8925
  5. Thank you, you're a wizard Urb! It looks like this site (Toys R Us) is adjacent to their original plan where the apartments are currently located. Possibly a phase I with phase II to follow at the original location?
  6. Still not sure if this was topic was posted anywhere else, but there was a backhoe on site yesterday tearing up the old Toys R Us parking lot.
  7. I had a 2006 F150 with the 5.5' flaireside bed (150" WB) should have put it around 18.6" . Never thought to measure the garage, but that would mean the garage was about 18' long. This was several years ago (2010-2012ish) before the area had been developed like it is now. At first when I would stay over I'd just cram in the garage and close the garage door until it would stop just above the rear bumper. That was until somebody jumped the fence and walked under the garage door and stole stuff from her garage. After that I parked on the side streets where there was ample parking. But that parking was always ample because there was about a 50/50 chance you'd wake up to find your window broken. After two broken windows (but nothing stolen) I would just leave the doors unlocked and would still park on the side street.
  8. To be fair, before my wife and I got married - she had a townhouse in that development and my stock F-150 extended cab (not even the 4 full door crew cab) wouldn't fit with the front bumper touching the drywall in the front of the garage. Those garage were tiny!
  9. Chill. I fat fingered the img tag and fixed it a couple seconds later. Take my internet likes, I don't care.
  10. With the repetitive flooding, I wonder what, if anything, will get built here.
  11. https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2019/01/14/317993/kingwood-residents-mobilize-against-proposed-high-rise-development/
  12. Have we seen the FAA height yet? https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=392938124&row=299 735 ft with construction starting 02/21/2019! Overview Study (ASN): 2018-ASW-19191-OE Prior Study: Status: Work In Progress Received Date: 12/21/2018 Entered Date: 12/21/2018 Map: View Map Construction Info Structure Summary Notice Of: CONSTR Duration: PERM (Months: 0 Days: 0) Work Schedule: 02/21/2019 to 10/28/2021 Structure Type: Building Structure Name: Block 58 Point 1 FCC Number: Structure Details Height and Elevation Latitude (NAD 83): 29° 45' 40.40" N Longitude (NAD 83): 95° 21' 50.39" W Datum: NAD 83 City: Houston State: TX Nearest County: Harris Proposed Site Elevation: 45 Structure Height: 735 Total Height (AMSL): 780 Frequencies Low Freq High Freq Unit ERP Unit
  13. Could it just be equipment leaking? Hydraulic oil or something that the ponding collected
  14. Boutique-hotel-planned-for-the-Heights
  15. Was browsing the proposed cases to the FAA and found crane and building cases for "Millenium at Midtown" (misspelling and all). Likely another 7ish story midrise from the Dinerstien Company. Looks like this will be at 1920 W Alabama where an older 2 story complex stood. I searched and couldn't find another thread on this development, please merge if it already exists. http://swamplot.com/new-owners-to-montrose-apartment-dwellers-everybody-out-by-the-end-of-august-were-tearing-these-places-down/2014-07-28/ https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=390697467&row=295 https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=390697478&row=296 Overview Study (ASN): 2018-ASW-17912-OE Prior Study: Status: Work In Progress Received Date: 11/26/2018 Entered Date: 11/26/2018 Map: View Map Construction Info Structure Summary Notice Of: CONSTR Duration: TEMP (Months: 18 Days: 0) Work Schedule: 01/01/2019 to 01/01/2021 Structure Type: Crane Structure Name: Millenium At Midtown FCC Number: Structure Details Height and Elevation Latitude (NAD 83): 29° 44' 19.85" N Longitude (NAD 83): 95° 24' 29.10" W Datum: NAD 83 City: Houston (and vicinity) State: TX Nearest County: Harris Proposed Site Elevation: 51 Structure Height: 160 Total Height (AMSL): 211 Frequencies Low Freq High Freq Unit ERP Unit Overview Study (ASN): 2018-ASW-17911-OE Prior Study: Status: Work In Progress Received Date: 11/26/2018 Entered Date: 11/26/2018 Map: View Map Construction Info Structure Summary Notice Of: CONSTR Duration: PERM (Months: 0 Days: 0) Work Schedule: 12/02/2018 to 08/05/2020 Structure Type: Building Structure Name: Millenium At Midtown FCC Number: Structure Details Height and Elevation Latitude (NAD 83): 29° 44' 19.85" N Longitude (NAD 83): 95° 24' 29.10" W Datum: NAD 83 City: Houston (and vicinity) State: TX Nearest County: Harris Proposed Site Elevation: 51 Structure Height: 91 Total Height (AMSL): 142 Frequencies Low Freq High Freq Unit ERP Unit
  16. Permit for construction issued Project No: 18066683 Date : 2018/11/16 00:00:00 USE : 259,475 SQ FT NEW APARTMENTS 1-5-2-R2-A Owner/Occupant : *POST OAK PARK Job Address : 1317 POST OAK PARK DR BLD1B 77027 Valuation : $ 26,989,020 Permit Type : 13 FCC Group : Apartments Buyer : *CAMERON ANDERSON-WESTCHASE CO Address : 1400 POST OAK BLVD 500 77056 Phone : (713) 683-4817 http://www.cohtora.houstontx.gov/ibi_apps/WFServlet.ibfs?IBIF_webapp=/ibi_apps&IBIC_server=EDASERVE&IBIWF_msgviewer=OFF&IBIAPP_app=soldpermits&IBIF_ex=sold_permit_d&CLICKED_ON=&PN=18066683&PT=13
  17. They recently put up a big banner on the front of the strip center with a rendering of the group of highrises that are part of this project. So it seems like this is still in the works.
  18. AREJAY

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    I'd be at a Meyerland / Bellaire brewery every weekend. I hope there's some truth to these rumors! That area seems to be in a dead zone for breweries.
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