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  1. Ran across this today. https://goo.gl/maps/wH7vu4io8zMYwjGm9 https://thekippfordapartmentskemah.com/ Nothing on Allen Harrison's website. https://www.allenharrisonco.com/ Does anybody have any details?
  2. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2022/11/29/pelican-builders-the-lexington-condominium.html Pelican Builders to build The Lexington condominium tower in River Oaks Nov 29, 2022, 3:54pm CST http://media.bizj.us/view/img/12403525/the-lexington-exterior*304xx4000-2667-0-149.jpg COURTESY OF PELICAN BUILDERS The Lexington, at 2419 Mimosa Drive, will encompass just over 114,000 square feet of residential space and will offer 40 condo units. Houston-based developer Pelican Builders plans to build a new eight-story condominium tower in River Oaks, just off Kirby Drive. The Lexington, at 2419 Mimosa Drive, will encompass just over 114,000 square feet of residential space and will offer 40 condo units spread across six floors. The building’s bottom two floors will be reserved for parking. Construction is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2023, with the first units being delivered 18 months after groundbreaking, Pelican said Nov. 29. Condos in The Lexington will feature terraces, island kitchens, smart-home capability, curbless showers, individual air conditioning units, optional outdoor gas grills and outdoor pet-relief stations. The building’s third floor will have a lounge area with multiple seating areas, card tables, a serving bar and a dining room with a privacy enclosure. The Lexington will also have a fitness center and air-conditioned storage units. The building will have 24-hour concierge services, valet parking and professional management to oversee maintenance and upkeep of the property. Residents will also be able to access a backup generator for each condo unit in preparation for any of Houston’s major weather events. Houston-based Kirksey designed the building. “Having a consistent team in place and executing building after building with the same professionals is the key to delivering a quality development,” said Derek Darnell, president of Pelican Builders. “As with The Revere before it, we intend to bring a sophisticated, single-level way of living to this ever-transitioning area nestled between River Oaks and Avalon Place via The Lexington. This intimate urban pocket has proven to be the area of choice for River Oaks residents who travel, own second homes, or simply desire a maintenance-free, lock-and-leave lifestyle.” Condos in The Lexington will start at $1.7 million. However, the four penthouse units will start at $4.3 million. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling sales for The Lexington. The Lexington is just one block away from The Revere, Pelican Builders' nine-story condo tower at 2325 Welch St., which topped out in 2019. Pelican recently finished selling units in The Revere, with sales of the building’s 30 units exceeding $70 million. In September, Pelican topped out on the 17-story Hawthorne tower at 5656 San Felipe St. in Tanglewood. That project broke ground in August 2021. The Hawthorne's 67 units will total 164,546 net sellable square feet, and there will be an additional 19,712 square feet of outdoor space, 178 parking spaces and 67 storage units. Additionally, The Hawthorne will have an amenity deck, dubbed the Fifth Floor Oasis, with a 67-foot lap pool, a fitness center, a resident lounge and more. The building will also offer 24-hour concierge service. Pelican Builders is also nearing completion of the 33-unit Westmore midrise condo tower at 2323 W. Main St. in Upper Kirby. The company broke ground on that project last year. Most of the units in The Westmore will range from 1,560 to 1,800 square feet and start at $960,000. The four penthouses will average 2,500 square feet and start at $1.7 million. Jeff Jeffrey Senior reporter Houston Business Journal
  3. https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2023005122
  4. This is by Trammell Crow Residential. 351 units, 14 buildings (including clubhouse), 3 stories.
  5. Does anybody have a recent photo of the CityCentre 7/AC Hotel site? Last I saw in Sept the site was clear, but no new construction started.
  6. I thought this didn't get a housing tax credit award...funding must have come through. The housing tax credit apps include early drawings. https://www.tdhca.state.tx.us/multifamily/docs/imaged/2021-9-challenges/21027.pdf
  7. According to CIVE this is going to be 172 units. It's design-build and they do all the engineering (civ, struct, MEP) in house.
  8. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Camden-breaks-ground-on-two-Houston-area-17541874.php
  9. Biz Journal article...same info as Chronicle. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2022/11/02/downtown-dual-branded-hotel-project-receives-loan.html
  10. Title needs to be updated. This is 7 stories total. 5 Stories of apartments above 2 story parking garage. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/100M-apartment-project-planned-in-Montrose-site-17547765.php
  11. "The mass timber office building will span 49,000 square feet across three stories and is designed to meet LEED Gold and Fitwel certifications. In addition to the use of mass timber, which is a type of engineered wood, the building will also utilize low-carbon concrete and zinc cladding as well as renewable energy and high-performance systems to reduce the building's overall carbon emissions. That includes cutting the building's annual energy usage by an estimated 25%. A 10,000-gallon rainwater harvesting cistern will collect rainwater and HVAC condensate to help the building reduce municipal water consumption by 98%, or about 350,000 gallons annually. The building will also offer a bicycle storage room and shower facility so employees can bike or walk to work via Bridgeland's trail system. The building's design will emphasize an indoor-outdoor connection through breezeways and shaded porches as well as floor-to-ceiling windows and a windowed wall on the roof. Construction of the mass timber office building is expected to start in early 2023. The project team includes San Antonio-based Lake Flato as the design architect, Houston-based Kirksey Architecture as the architect of record and Houston-based Tellepsen as the general contractor." https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2022/10/27/bridgeland-central-heb-mass-timber-office-building.html
  12. This line item was for "Sidewalk,DW,PV" related to the first "Life Sciences Building".
  13. TDLR TABS filings for 2nd floor spec buildout. https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2023004033 https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2023004032 https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2023004031
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