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  1. http://www.chron.com...ss/7603762.html I'm curious what a Hines multifamily complex would look like. Here is the 16-story one in Chicago... http://chicago.curbed.com/archives/2011/04/01/demolition-underway-at-old-town-site-construction-imminent.php#n-wells-demolition-6
  2. Drove by a sign today at the Lakes on Post Oak complex near Hidalgo and McCue (across the street from Nordstroms). It appears from the site plan that they are going to place retail into the existing parking garage and and some surrounding the part next to Hidalgo...what do you guys think of the renderings?...and on a sidenote the sign said it was being done by Hermes Architects, but couldn't find anything on their site about this.
  3. It's not all that surprising that with Kinder Morgan eating El Paso Energy, the tower at 1010 Milam is getting a new name. Mark down "Kinder Morgan Building" as its new official name once the purchase is finished. For the curious, Kinder Morgan's offices will move from 1 Allen Center to the bottom half of the former El Paso Energy Building. An independent company formed from the buyout called EP Energy will take most of the top half, with the exception of the top five floors which are going to whomever has pockets deep enough to get them. Here's the naming history of the building (in reverse
  4. Looks like Hines is going to build a multi family project in The Woodlands on the waterway. Looks to be about 8 stories with 400 units. The design looks pretty nice, it's nice to see a different variation in design compared to the other multi family projects going up in Houston that all look the same. http://www.munozalbin.com/28-woodlands-residential.html
  5. Press release: Enterprise Products Company Affiliate Agrees to Acquire Shell Plaza from Hines Affiliate HOUSTON, Jul 10, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Hines, the international real estate firm, and privately held Enterprise Products Company (EPCO) announced today that their respective affiliates have executed definitive agreements whereby an affiliate of EPCO would acquire Shell Plaza in downtown Houston from the Hines U.S. Core Office Fund. Shell Plaza, which consists of two buildings, One Shell Plaza and Two Shell Plaza, is a 1.8 million-square-foot office complex located in the heart of Houston'
  6. Anyone heard any rumors of other companies set to develop with Sysco in the new business park located at the SWC of 45 N and Beltway 8? http://www.bizjourna.../27/story1.html
  7. HINES ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS IN HOUSTON (HOUSTON) - The Houston office of Hines, the international real estate firm, is pleased to announce the recent promotions of Jerry Lea and Mark Pojar in the firm's corporate office in Williams Tower. Jerry Lea has been promoted from Senior Vice President - Conceptual Construction to Executive Vice President - Conceptual Construction. Since joining Hines in 1981, Lea has been responsible for consultants selection and contract negotiation, budgeting, scheduling, management of consultants' designs, and contractor and subcontractor bidding and negot
  8. http://houston.bizjournals.com/houston/sto...1.html?ana=e_ph So maybe rent-a-cops on golfcarts won't feel the need to annoy certain photographers anymore?
  9. 1100 LOUISIANA AWARDED LEED® GOLD CERTIFICATION (HOUSTON) – The Houston office of Hines, the international real estate firm, announced today that 1100 Louisiana has received Gold certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system for Existing Buildings (EB). Developed, leased and managed by Hines, 1100 Louisiana is a 1.4 million-square-foot, 55-story office tower located downtown Houston. Clad in Spanish Rose granite, the building was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and was completed by Hines in 1980. Under Hines’ management, the building has ear
  10. (I googled First Colony Mall Expansion, and I got these various results) http://www.chron.com/content/chronicle/ae/...girl/index.html What's up at First Colony? Inquiring minds have been asking about the activity around First Colony Mall in Sugar Land, and I have answers. Sectioned off parking lots and loads of dirt are thanks to an expansion project that will bring four new, nationally known restaurants to the area. When the project is finished, First Colony Mall will have a restaurant plaza, complete with a bayou running through it. The Cheesecake Factory, the first restaurant on the project
  11. This isn't happening in Houston, but it's a Houston company and a man closely associated with Houston, so I thought it would be of interest. -------------------------- Alumnus completes $11 million drive for Purdue industry-oriented laboratory WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue University announced Monday (Sept. 15) a $2 million gift from mechanical engineering alumnus Gerald D. Hines, completing a drive to raise $11 million for a project to expand the university's Ray W. Herrick Laboratories. The labs - administered by the School of Mechanical Engineering - are a hub of industry-oriented research
  12. While the GRB at least made a stab at mid-1980s post-modern stylishness, this monstrosity was ugly from the word go. The ugly plain exterior is offset by a tacky, low-quality interior, highlighted by a strange plastic "sculpture." At least the front facade of the Wortham is partly hidden from the street by the trees in the plaza in front.
  13. 1500 Louisiana, Houston, Texas, originally uploaded by Artefaqs.This is my current favorite Houston photograph. Mostly because it's so light at the bottom and dark at the top, and it looks like a cartoon until you get close and see the details. And there's no HDR used at all! You can see lots more great pictures, and add your own -- dive in to the HAIF Flickr Pool.
  14. Shell Oil Expanding Energy Corridor Campus By Connie Gore 150 N. Dairy Ashford Rd.HOUSTON-Shell Oil Co., with Hines as the development manager, has kicked off an expansion project for its 945,508-sf Energy Corridor campus. The LEED-designed project will add a 170,000-sf office structure, 30,000-sf amenity building and five-story, 800-space parking garage. ................................................. The development site at 150 N. Dairy Ashford Rd. is a 43-acre wooded tract adjoining the energy giant's 34-acre footprint of seven office buildings and one restaurant, a $62.7-million-asse
  15. This was emailed to me, I have no idea where this article came from , but it is pretty interesting. Construction Boom: 1 Million SF in Park 10 More than 1 million sf of commercial construction is underway in the Park 10 Regional Business Center, a business park along Interstate 10 near Highway 6 and Barker-Cypress. The construction activity began to surge late in 2005 and it continued to build momentum during the first quarter of 2006, according to Wolff Cos., the developer of Park 10. According to Wolff, new projects either underway or soon to be announced, include:
  16. From my office I can see a huge crane at what looks to be Eldridge and Westheimer...or somewhere very close to there. Anyone know what they're building?
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