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  1. took these on my bike ride and rooftop apt garage
  2. why did I think this was gunna have some kind of Glam to it
  3. it's starting to peak out above the lower skyline... I'll try to get a picture today or after the storms
  4. My family living here for 4 generations has always called it (aka Uptown) the Galleria. Uptown is a new term. Much like Greenway is more familiar with the older residents than Upper Kirby is. My Granny used to work in what is now Midtown but she had no idea what area I was talking about when I referred to it as Midtown instead of what she knew it as being the 4th ward.
  5. 1st post on the Development List for Buildings in Houston thread in the Going Up! section. Luminare has done and is doing an amazing job. https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/viewer?hl=en&ll=29.74450800320124%2C-95.37503325305198&z=16&mid=1J_89cR1sxP4muIAHRJlm6TajoQPyoswJ
  6. Awesome! I literally started something like this yesterday before I saw your link. I thought "Ah. Great minds. ;-p" and this is easily 1000x better than what I was doing! Thank you SO much! Let us know how we can help.
  7. https://www.chron.com/business/texas-inc/article/Prime-location-could-bring-condo-tower-to-13448692.php "Rents at Bayou Park average $1,000 a month, or between $1 and $1.05 per square foot, Agarwal said. By comparison, new apartments in the area average about $1,600. As apartments turn over, Nitya plans to upgrade the units with new floors, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, new lighting and fixtures. “The tenants will basically get a very comparable product to new apartment complexes at at least $400 to $500 cheaper,” Agarwal said. Other updates include fresh landscaping, new signs and changes to the leasing center."
  8. http://realtynewsreport.com/2018/07/31/50-million-square-feet-vacant-in-houston-worst-vacancy-rate-in-30-years-nai-reports/ Also discusses why build a new skycraper (this one) when there's so much room available. Nothing we didn't already know.
  9. It'd be nice to see 800 Bell redeveloped into a mixed use structure. Imagine, office, hotel, residential, and retail all in one bldg.
  10. Can't remember where but I thought I heard Harvey was getting this project.
  11. The lot on Jackson Hill is becoming an "Inner Loop City Centre" and the one off Gillette is the one by the Chinese developer that contains 3 towers I thought. Additionally, there was a tower just north of Spotts Park but I think it may have been placed on hold or cancelled entirely. Dunvaly and Dallas is Regent Square. The odd shaped one where KHOU used to be on Stanford has been bought by SCI and they may be expanding of some sort soon. Northbank (Jackson Hill) - http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=216569 The Allen (Gillette) - http://swamplot.com/your-best-look-yet-at-the-shiny-high-rises-fitting-between-allen-parkway-village-and-the-federal-reserve/2017-12-04/ Spotts Park - https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/columnists/sarnoff/article/High-end-office-building-underway-west-of-downtown-5920360.php Regent Square - http://regentsquarehouston.com/
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