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  1. View from rooftop deck. Med Center and Galleria are also visible. 360 degree views.
  2. The image is from one of the other properties they constructed, Tinsley on the Park formerly Broadstone Tinsley Park. It's included to show one of the amenities the property will have.
  3. Co-Op includes both the townhouses and the apartments. Both will be on the lot west of Broadstone Summer Street Edit: East to West
  4. Yes, you're right. They will begin pre-leasing July 1st and are projected to open September 23rd.
  5. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/58f2452ed482e960c003ea3e/t/5bd7548de79c702f87aa79e7/1540838542321/Alexan+Lynn+Park.pdf Alexan+Lynn+Park.pdf
  6. Found the working link for EDI. No change in the renderings. https://www.edi-international.com/broadstone-museum-district-1
  7. Swamplot article with the old renderings from EDI. http://swamplot.com/the-stage-has-been-set-for-chelsea-markets-grande-finale/2019-01-16/ MONTROSE BLVD. AT 59 The Stage Has Been Set for Chelsea Market’s Grand Finale THE SHOPPING center at the southwest southeast corner of Montrose Blvd. and 59 known as Chelsea Market has just recently gotten the chain-link wraparound, as shown above from the west (top) and east (above). Its days had been numbered ever since plans showing a Broadstone apartment tower in place of the 3-building retail complex surfaced online last year. Renderings of the tower, to be named Broadstone Museum District, show it rising 16-stories high: *** You wouldn’t know it from the images above, but that’s 4 stories lower than The Carter (formerly Chelsea Montrose) highrise next door. The garage and leasing office entrances, off Montrose Blvd.: Broadstone Museum District [EDI International via HAIF]
  8. Definitely agree with kbates2 about how it will change the feel. We had a property in Midtown that had no more than a handful of AirBNB units and the residents weren’t pleased. The ABNB people would treat it like a hotel, no cares, since they would be in and out. I’m surprised they released so many units to them as well. Only thing that makes sense is they will be generating income right away and won’t take as long to stabilize.
  9. From the Studemont Junction leasing brochure, here's a list of retail stores for Lower Heights District: Ulta Michael's Ross Nordstrom Rack Cinemark Sam's Club Academy https://www.streetwiseretail.com/public/Studemont-Junction-Marketing-Brochure.pdf
  10. The bar is not affiliated with Guava Lamp. It's a former employee that worked at Guava Lamp some time ago that is opening the bar. Buddy's will actually be located on the west side of the building, where Mary's Alibi and Bayou City were previously located. Buddy's is said to be a country/western bar and are currently awaiting permits/licences with the city to open. Back to Hamburger Mary's - I did hear their lease is set to expire and may be relocating.
  11. I know they are currently working with the city on a plan to extend or create a bike trail on the east side of the property, which would run between Co-Op and Broadstone Summer Street, with it connecting to Spotts Park. I believe there should be parking on the ground level, like one of their other projects as well.
  12. Do we know if the proposed mixed use or retail is still planned for the lot east of this property? *just read the thread on Co-op
  13. Preleasing is set to begin in May, with a trailer on site. Official name of the property is Broadstone Summer Street.
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