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  1. Austin’s has the most buildings over 500’ feet under construction & planned, more underway than Chicago. It’s set surpass Dallas in the number of buildings over 500’ feet in the next few years. 
     

    Austin is set to surpass Dallas in the number of buildings over 500’. I believe the city also has more underway above 500’ than Chicago.

    Yep.  That'll give us 18 over 500 feet.  

    The situation...

    Houston - 35 |  +2 under construction
    Dallas - 20
    Austin - 9 | +10 under construction
    Forth Worth - 3
    San Antonio - 0

    Over 500' in Austin (as of today):

    9 = T/O or Complete
    10 = Site Prep or U/C
    11 = Proposed, Site Plan Under Review, or Approved


    Plus, there are these projects which should be over 500' (not included in the numbers above):
    -3rd & Congress
    -ATX Tower East
    -ATX Tower West
    -99 Red River
    -309 E. 3rd

    If all built - that's 35.

    Currently, Austin is tied with Atlanta

    Skyscrapers over 500+ feet

    Miami: 66 (60 built | +6 u/c)
    Houston: 37 (35 built | +2 u/c)
    Los Angeles: 31 (27 built | +4 u/c)
    San Francisco 25 (25 built | 0 u/c)
    Boston: 23 (20 built | +3 u/c)
    Seattle: 21 (20 built | 0 u/c)
    Dallas: 20 (20 built | 0 u/c)
    Atlanta: 19 (19 built | 0 u/c)
    Austin: 19 (9 built | +10 u/c)
    Las Vegas: 15 (15 built | 0 u/c)
    Philly: 15 (13 built | +2 u/c)
    Pittsburgh: 11 (11 built | 0 u/c)
    Minneapolis: 10 (9 built | +1 u/c)
    Detroit: 9 (8 built | +1 u/c)
    Charlotte: 8 (7 built | +1 u/c)
    Denver: 8 (8 built | 0 u/c)
    Baltimore: 4 (4 built | 0 u/c)
    Portland: 3 (3 built | 0 u/c)
    St. Louis: 3 (3 built | 0 u/c)
    San Diego: 1 (1 built | 0 u/c)

    I used the SSP database

  2.  

    https://houston.culturemap.com/news/city-life/houston-downtown-apartments-most/

    A new study suggests downtown Houston has evolved into a magnet for apartment dwellers.

    From 2013 to 2022, downtown Houston has added 15,607 apartments, according to a new study from StorageCafe. That puts Houston in third place among 100 major U.S. cities for the most growth in downtown apartment supplies. Atlanta ranks first (21,508), with Los Angeles at No. 2 (19,432).
    During the 10-year period covered by the study, Houston’s inventory of downtown apartments rose 63 percent.

    “While office workers aren’t yet returning in droves, people still seem interested in living in downtown Houston, which has another 2,700 new apartments currently under construction with completion dates spanning approximately two years,” according to StorageCafe.

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  3. On 9/8/2022 at 7:13 PM, Urbannizer said:

    Turned out to be an existing project that gained height but coming in at second tallest (858’).

    Sources on SSP are saying 858’ is the previous height. Still proposed as the next supertall- all residential with retail. We may see our first sign of it Friday or Monday on the design commission meeting. 410 E. 5th Steeet is the address.

  4. Houston (and Dallas) have sprawled out too much beyond the core. JP Morgan has been the tallest since the early 80’s so it was only a matter of time.

    I believe the height for this one would more likely be raised than downsized. 6xGuad’s height (same developers) was raised during construction from 848’ to 874’. 
     

    There’s several projects proposed above 600’ and several sites that also have super-tall potential. I only expect the momentum to continue.

  5. 50 minutes ago, hindesky said:

    This has me very worried, looking thru the Berkadia 2Q22 Houston Construction Pipeline it shows that "DLC Residential" is involved with the UsLiving project on 1920 W. Alabama. DLC is currently building the Sovereign at the Ballpark and they built the Dolce Midtown on W. Gray St. The Dolce project took about 4 years to build and Sovereign is looking to break that timeline. A 13 story could take 8+ years and a 36 story could take 15+ years at the rate they finish projects. 😬😠😦

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    It’s a minor mistake on Berkadia’s pipeline list. DLC Residential were previous owners of the site and sold to US Living. They are not involved in this project.

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  6. 22 minutes ago, hindesky said:

    "Regent Square steakhouse Georgia James officially unveiled its 11,000-square-foot rooftop lounge and patio to the public on September 16, welcoming diners to enjoy a host of cocktails, appetizers, and a special menu with views of Downtown Houston’s skyline."

    https://houston.eater.com/2022/9/16/23357076/georgia-james-restaurant-underbelly-hospitality-steakhouse-rooftop-openings

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    Looks like they had a tight budget. 

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