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  1. Figured I'd go ahead and start a new official thread on this. Coming Spring 2014 Midtown Superblock Park http://innerlooped.com/1653/midtown-superblock-first-look/ It's going to have underground parking too! There is a link to the full document on InnerLooped. • Includes a balance of program items that support the overall goals of the Midtown District • Includes over 140 underground parking spaces that support park activities, nearby retail destination and the Main Street rail line • Includes over 7,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space Renderings and info as of 5/2015: http://i.imgur.com/JJVD97D.jpg http://i.imgur.com/HnlSiO5h.jpg
  2. Camden Property Trust will build on two blocks in downtown. Phase one begins in Spring 2015 which will include a 12-story high-rise. Phase two begins in Spring 2017. Total of 518 units. #31 on the new development map. http://downtownhouston.org/site_media/uploads/attachments/2013-12-19/131218_Current_Projects_11x17.pdf
  3. I found this Midtown map on the Page Partners site and I was looking at information for this midtown retail development that was mentioned earlier on this forum: The map stresses where this development will be located but shows the different uses of the area. Does anyone have information on the residential project at the very top of the map named Camden Central City? Has anyone heard of it. The one thing that scares me about Camden is, if it is not mixed use, you usually get the stuff that exsist in Midtown now that Camden owns.
  4. From today's Chronicle. More residential development in Midtown....getting closer to the Red Line. No word on retail. http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/busine...ff/5546743.html Midtown makeover Apartment developer Camden Property Trust is planning to demolish a rundown Asian shopping center in Midtown to develop a $45 million multifamily complex in its place. Construction on the four-story, 253-unit project, to be called Camden Travis, will start by the third quarter of the year, said Camden Chief Executive Richard Campo. The site is at the corner of Travis and Dennis, just behind the restaurant Reef. The largest tenant in the shopping center, at 2830 Travis, was the Hoa Binh Supermarket. Campo said rents will be competitive with existing units in the area, which are currently between $1.40 and $1.60 per square foot per month. Although overall apartment occupancy began slipping toward the end of last year, developers have been raising rental rates and building new projects in anticipation of stronger demand from the single-family housing slowdown. There are at least 18,000 units under construction in the Houston area, with even more proposed, Bruce McClenny of Apartment Data Services said recently at an industry event held by the Houston Apartment Association. McClenny expects occupancy to remain in the mid-80-percent range this year. Despite the construction boom, still-healthy job growth and continued turmoil in the subprime lending industry "give me a good feeling going into this market," McClenny said. Camden's Midtown project is not to be confused with another deal the company has been talking about for years on the superblock, a multiblock parcel uninterrupted by cross streets between Main and Travis and south of McGowen. Campo's still mum on the project.
  5. The East Enders here know about the slow, steady demolition of an old ratty motel on Gulf Frwy near Griggs and Brays Bayou. I didn't know what would happen with the property, and my fiancee figured that it was maybe an expansion of the cemetery but, lo and behold, a new Camden sign was posted and a construction trailer is on site. Anyone know about this?
  6. My fiancée had this done to her old complex, Camden Vanderbilt on Buffalo Speedway. They told each resident they were redoing the units and (in her case) the new rent would've been several hundred more per month. Pay more or leave was the ultimatum. I think they were trying to cash in on the Med Center buildup, but that's what they did to increase dollars at a relatively small cost. I'm also not opposed to owner occupied structures either. With all the apartment buildings going up I can't help but be a bit concerned how the area will look in 20 years. Last thing I want is this area to become a downtown Sharpstown. There's certainly a need for apartments in the area, but so many seem to be sprouting up....
  7. Any idea of what it's going to be?
  8. Right now on the norteast corner od Richmond and Edloe there's a building being torn down. It was a pretty nondescript late modern office building. I've hear the site will become residential. Anyone know anything? This would be a phenomenal site for high-density, non-townhome housing.
  9. Does anyone know who this belongs to or what they plan on doing with it? Its amazing this much vacant land is still, well, vacant right next to downtown and midtown. I've driven around in it before and I can tell there used to be houses there... but what was it all bulldozed for?
  10. It is clear by now that many developers are focusing rennovating the strip of Post Oak from Westheimer to San Felipe. What about the areas between San Felipe and 610 (towards uptown Park?) The only building that fits the neighborhood is 1200 Post Oak Blvd. (apt. complex across from the McDonalds.) Everything else is old (i.e., Inverness and Winhall condos and dreadful 111 Post Oak Apts.). Those developments stick out like a sore thumb when looking at the beuaty and architecture of Uptown Park, Montebello, Villa D'este, and 1200 Post Oak, etc). Are there any plans to do massive reconstruction for those areas to better align with the rest of the proposed projects on Post Oak Blvd? Lastly, what is the "Great Room"? (the "tent" building by the Bently dealership)
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