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  1. As of 2016, there was a publically proposed ground lease at 3000 Corder Street to Halo House Foundation for the construction and operation of medium-term cancer patient housing.
  2. There was no Texas A&M Board of Regents open forum discussion on the planned Texas A&M TMC3 Biomedical Research Building. However, it appears to still be a part of the FY 2021-2025 Capital Plan (PUF debt). I have shared exciting news on the Texas A&M Innovation Plaza $401M public-private partnership groundbreaking under that HAIF topic — hint: it’s next week!
  3. John Sharp, Chancellor of Texas A&M System, just stated to the Texas A&M Board of Regents in open forum that the groundbreaking on the Texas A&M Innovation Plaza will occur next week. This public-private partnership is moving at warp speed with $401M in private investment! Late 2020 is coming sooner than we imagined.
  4. It appears that Texas A&M Board of Regents will be discussing their $109M TMC3 Biomedical Research Building, the nearly complete $87M En/Health Building renovation and the $401M private development TAMU Health Plaza at the upcoming August 20, 2020 meeting (see p250). We’ll learn more during the 4:45p CT session (live stream and agenda below). I’ll gladly share any information that I can gather on the aforementioned projects from attending the standing/special committee reports presentations. https://www.tamus.edu/regents/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2020/08/BOR-SCHEDULE-2020-08-2
  5. I’m not certain if this master plan (https://ibb.co/GPJ1b3N) has been shared on this forum, but it was extracted from Dr. Doug Lawson’s November 2019 McNair Campus Legislative Open House tweet. Additionally, in the referenced July 2020 YouTube video, Dr. Paul Klotman references both TMC3 and the McNair Campus expansion (see 10:44 - 13:00). Specifically, he references BCM’s proposed “education building” (i.e., medical school relocation) and “population health / big data science building”. I presume that the population health / big data science building (Parcel D) will be just across from the
  6. https://www.hines.com/news/hines-and-2ml-real-estate-interests-to-build-levit-green Synergism or competition with TMC3? The CHRON references to Kendall Square in Cambridge, Mass. and Mission Bay in San Francisco are lifted directly from the TMC3 playbook. An amalgam of life science clusters from 288 to the TMC would be a beautiful thing, and it’s going to take massive CRE Life Sciences investments, in addition to TMC3, for Houston to rise by leaps and bounds in the U.S. Life Science cluster rankings (JLL, CBRE, etc.). Thoughts?
  7. Synergism or competition with TMC3? The references to Kendall Square in Cambridge, Mass. and Mission Bay in San Francisco are lifted directly from the TMC3 playbook. An amalgam of life science clusters from 288 to the TMC would be a beautiful thing, and it’s going to take massive CRE Life Sciences investments, in addition to TMC3, for Houston to rise by leaps and bounds in the U.S. Life Science cluster rankings (JLL, CBRE, etc.). Thoughts?
  8. Per the Houston Planning Commission, this plat requires a public hearing and a complete application that has yet to be provided by the applicant. As such, Blossom Hotel and Suites was not considered at the May 28, 2020 VPCM. Once the applicant provides a complete application to HPC, the commission will establish a public hearing date and updated signage will be posted on the property to notice the public.
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