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  1. I believe I read in one of the stories about this building that it is GT Leach.
  2. It's been stuck at around this number for a long time.
  3. I agree it makes sense in theory, but in practice, these buildings are too expensive so they are niche markets. I love the Giorgetti building nearby the Westmore, but it's not selling very well. Granted, the Westmore or priced slightly less expensive, and with smaller units. We will see how the market speaks.
  4. per http://www.giorgettihouston.com/ home page: "move in begins early 2020." Any updated pictures?
  5. Any sales update on this one? My instinct is that sales for these types of luxury new construction condos has slowed substantially. I do worry that demand is simply not here right now. There are plenty of nearby resales (including at the very nice 2727 Kirby) at this price point or less. Bosch appliances at this price point is also very surprising. I do like the design of the building but given the (relative) low cost of land even in the inner loop (compared to denser cities like San Francisco or NY), condos are going to remain a niche market.
  6. Some of the scaffolding is being taken down. This one looks like the outside is wrapping up.
  7. What is the ballpark cost difference for doing something in stone like limestone versus stucco? Is the difference that significant given the cost of these units to the buyer?
  8. I like it. I just wonder what the finished product will look like.
  9. Somehow now only 60 percent sold. Building to be finished in a few weeks. Interestingly, construction was delayed because the original floor heights came in short. " Construction was delayed before crews broke ground after Jamea and his brother, Sean Jamea, Oxberry’s other co-principal, realized the 10-foot ceilings critical for the desired aesthetic of the luxury condo project were a few inches short." https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/10/21/photos-luxe-condo-building-wraps-up-construction.html
  10. This is a nice looking building. When do people start moving in?
  11. This one really slowed down. I speculated earlier in year it was due to poor sales but people pushed back. What’s going on here?
  12. For the bottom picture, is this the same side you took before?
  13. Any updates on this one. From afar, it doesn't look like they made much progress.
  14. The stone is beautiful. So glad there’s no stucco (at least so far).
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