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  1. https://www.google.com/amp/www.houstonchronicle.com/business/amp/17-floors-of-senior-living-planned-near-Rice-10925074.php?client=safari
  2. I noticed a variance sign at the "curve" on Shepherd just over the overpass at W. Dallas and Shepherd (near Tila's restaurant). There is an existing office building where the sign was. Does anybody know what the plans are for this site? It looks awfully cramped.
  3. The Rutledge Apartments (1963) along Brays Bayou are now gone - set to open in August 2012 is the Village of Meyerland, a senior apartment community. http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2011/05/23/bridgewood-builds-meyerland-senior.html more here: http://arch-ive.org/archive/rutledge-apartments/
  4. http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/6437058.html Caldwell Cos. to buy Bridgeland development northwest of Houston By NANCY SARNOFF HOUSTON CHRONICLE May 22, 2009, 11:55AM Caldwell Cos. is in the process of buying the Bridgeland master-planned community in northwest Harris County for about $90 million. Share A Houston-based real estate firm has been awarded the right to purchase Bridgeland, an 11,400-acre master-planned community in northwest Harris County, according to a source familiar with the deal. If the transaction closes, Caldwell Cos. will buy the community from General Growth Properties for around $90 million, the source said. Chicago-based General Growth is a real estate investment trust that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month. Bridgeland is under development near Fry Road and U.S. 290. More than 600 homes are occupied in the community, which General Growth, a shopping center developer, inherited when it acquired the Rouse Co. in 2004. The project still has more than 10,000 acres and 20,000 homes to be developed, according to the plans. General Growth also owns a 42.5 percent stake in The Woodlands Development Co., which operates the 28,000-acre residential community north of Houston. Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund II owns the rest. When General Growth went into Chapter 11, it put a number of its properties in bankruptcy as well. Neither Bridgeland nor The Woodlands Development Co. were included in those filings. nancy.sarnoff@chron.com
  5. I had been hearing about this coming to Bridgeland and I saw this on the Bridgeland Website: http://www.bridgeland.com/lakelandheights.aspx I have visited may of these TND communities throughout the country and was amazed at some of what I saw (positively for the most part). I am excited about the possibility of a true TND community in the Houston Area. What do all of you think? I saw a quick glimpse of the initial land plan the other day. I am going to try and locate it electronically and post it if I can. (I posted this in another place before and got little response, so I thought I would try here)
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