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  1. Architect - https://designbalance.com 330 units. "National multifamily real estate development leader Wood Partners announced the groundbreaking of its newest luxury residential community—Alta Cypress Springs—in the thriving Houston suburb of Cypress, Texas. The community is scheduled to open in August 2023, with preleasing beginning in June 2023. Designed by Design Balance, a boutique architectural firm based in Rockwall, Texas, Alta Cypress Springs will offer 330 apartment homes with a mix of one-, two- and three- bedroom floorplans. Each apartment home will come equipped with high-end finishes such as stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, tile backsplashes, 42" cabinets, full-size washer and dryer sets, and wood-style flooring throughout the apartment. Resident parking will also be provided with reserved and carport spaces." https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/wood-partners-continues-expansion-in-houston-market-with-groundbreaking-of-newest-luxury-apartment-community-alta-cypress-springs-301686817.html
  2. Looks to be either Davis Development or associated with them. Architect - https://www.glaatl.com https://www.davisdevelopment.com
  3. https://www.multihousingnews.com/dagostino-expands-houston-footprint-with-300-unit-project/ D’Agostino Cos. has broken ground on the 300-unit The Reserve at Cypress in Cypress, Texas. JLL acted on behalf of the developer in June 2021 to acquire the plot. Soon after, Oden Hughes Taylor commenced work on the project, which is slated for completion early next year. The community is set to encompass a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units, averaging 964 square feet. Plans call for unit interiors to include full-size washers and dryers, and high-end finishes. The property will also feature a pool, outdoor dining and entertainment areas, and fitness center. Located 20130 Schiel Road, The Reserve at Cypress will be some 32 miles northwest of downtown Houston, roughly 6 miles of Cypress Towne Center, and 3 miles northeast of Fairfield Town Center. Other shopping, dining and entertainment options will be within a 2-mile radius. OHT Partners website says: Size: 287 Units Market: Houston Construction Type: Garden-Style Developer: Fidelis Residential Status: Under Construction https://www.ohtpartners.com/oden-projects/cypresswood/ Project update from hart plumbing:
  4. Project: Bridgeland Timber Office Building Owner: Bridgeland Development & Management Co. Developer: The Howard Hughes Corp. Architect of Record: Kirksey Design Architect: Lake | Flato Architects Notice to Proceed with Construction: October 2022 Information: 3‐story mass timber commercial office building (54,850 SF) within a 2.80‐acre tract of land located at the southeast corner of Bridgeland Creek Parkway and Summit Point in Cypress, Texas. The office will be part of a dynamic walkable masterplan with multifamily, grocery-anchored retail and entertainment uses. The Project will be seeking LEED Gold and Fitwel certification. In addition to multi-tenant offices, this will also be the location of Howard Hughes Corp’s local office & the Bridgeland Welcome Center.
  5. IMO, this is one of the best things to happen to North Houston in decades. Cypress Creek Greenway project proposes to connect a series of new and existing "hub" or "anchor" parks along Cypress Creek and Little Cypress Creek with linear parks or trail systems, hike & bike, and canoe boat ramps. 33 Miles of continuous parkland greenbelt and recreation a la the Barton Creek greenbelt or Terry Hershey park. http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=...id=532252&rfi=6
  6. The publicized route of the proposed Texas Central high-speed rail goes directly through the new Dunham Pointe development currently being built. The attached image merges the alignment map from Texas Central and the site plan from Dunham Pointe to show the rail going through planned homes, retail, and mixed use spaces, and very close to the next CFISD educational village. Are developers banking on the high-speed rail never happening? I really have no strong opinion either way about the rail, and I'm not following it super closely to know how likely it is or isn't to happen. But, the potential for this clash is intriguing. What am I missing? Harris County alignment map #2 — https://www.texascentral.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Harris_County_2.pdf Dunham Pointe site plan — https://dunhampointecypress.com/#aerial
  7. I had not heard this or seen this posted before so I thought I would pass it along. I'm glad someone will finally be occupuying the old Compaq building. http://impactnews.com/northwest-houston/335-recent-news/7446-sysco-corporation-plans-to-open-new-facility-in-cypress
  8. I'm not sure Google Maps has the right location it looks to be a retention pond for the senior living apartments.
  9. Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital Announces $71.8 Million Campus Expansion Project https://www.memorialhermann.org/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/cypress-hospital-announces-campus-expansion-project HOUSTON (July 28, 2022) As the dynamic Cypress area continues to grow, Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital is expanding to accommodate the community. The hospital has announced a $71.8 million expansion project which will add 40 beds, a second professional office building, a parking garage and additional surface parking. These expansions will bring an additional 185,000 square feet and over 500 parking spaces to the Memorial Hermann Cypress campus. In addition, Memorial Hermann Sports Park-Cypress will be a new sports medicine and human performance facility opening on the hospital campus. The facility is a collaboration between Memorial Hermann, Athlete Training and Health (ATH) and UT Physicians Orthopedics to provide a full range of medical care and athletic training for professional athletes, youth athletes and adults with orthopedic injuries.
  10. Caldwell companies announces a new 15-acre, upscale town center-style development akin to CityCentre and Market Street for the Cypress area at FM 1960 and Hwy 290. The development will include a central park area, hotel and conference center, retail, restaurants, Class A offices, etc. More details here: http://impactnews.com/houston-metro/cy-fair/cypress-crossing-development-to-serve-as-new-mixed-use-cente/
  11. Hello all, This is my first post to the forms. I noticed while out today, the building at 11411 FM 1960 is currently being demolished on 11/2/21 . From my research, I have found that the building was formally a dealership, Northwest Suzuki. I know that it has stood vacant for at least 3 years, as that is how long I have been coming to the area on a regular basis. I can't find anything on the internet about the demolition or what the property will be used for in the future. I have some pictures I will try to upload later to preserve this small, rather insignificant part of Houston history. I hope there are others who maybe know more about this property, and are willing to share. It has fascinated me for years, as do many abandoned and run down structures.
  12. Noticed this on Satya Inc.'s website. https://satyainc.com/condo-hotel-office/
  13. There is ground work happening at the corner of Spring Cypress and Skinner Roads in Cy-Fair Town Center. Any know what's going in? NewQuest sold the development to Inland American (http://inlandamerican.propertycapsule.com/properties/40040102/#overview) a few years ago. Neither company lists this activity. Inland plans show the area as part of the parking lot but it's still grass.
  14. Prose At Huffmeister is on the most recent planning agenda. Alliance Residential sure is pumping out a lot of these Prose projects.
  15. Where there every gangs in the Cypress/Copperfield/Bear Creek/Chimney Hill area from around 1992 to around 97? A source told me that there were gangs with names like: Little Valley 13 The Village Latin Kings PBM13 Bloods Crips Blue Devils Not sure if this information is correct.
  16. Odd location for something like this, but I guess they see something in it. This is all the way out in Cypress. Plans are for a large scale mixed use development. Developer: i3 + Edge Realty + Transwestern Architect: Identity Architects + Landology More from HBJ: https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/07/17/houston-real-estate-co-developing-24-acre-mixed.html Images from article:
  17. https://communityimpact.com/houston/cy-fair/housing-real-estate/2018/12/21/102-acre-tract-containing-weiser-airpark-goes-up-for-sale-in-cy-fair/ The most recent print edition of Community Impact Cy-Fair has this story, and it is updated, stating that the asking price is $24 million, which works out to $235,000 per acre. I don't know anything about land prices in the area, but that seems high. The print article says "the land will most likely be sold to an industrial user, based on current offers". l suppose that most likely means warehouses. The property is mostly bordered by subdivisions, including a large unused peninsula-shaped section of the property on the north side of the air strip. The print article says "the Weiser family plans to maintain ownership of a separate tract of land east of Huffmeister Road, which the family uses to raise cattle." If they get anything near $235K per acre for the airport, I'm thinking they may not be running cattle for very long on the remaining tract.
  18. Does anyone know if there will be any high rises in this area? There is tremendous growth along the grand pkwy not to mention more homes being built. Please merge if this has already been mentioned. Thanks. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2017/07/21/developer-to-unveil-second-phase-of-massive-master.html
  19. There is a lot of available land at the SE juncture of 290 @ 99 and north of Cypress creek here. I am curious if anyone has any information (or a way of obtaining it) about this land. Does someone own it outright now and they're sitting on it? Is any of this slated for any type of development any time soon, or is this still farmland and whoever owns it isn't willing to sell it? Does this area flood really badly from Cypress creek and that's why nothing has developed? It feels that development is almost skipping over this area and going further out along 290, so it's got me wondering. The only thing I know for sure is that the proposed high speed rail alignment currently would go through here on the tracks just south and parallel to the freeway. It doesn't look like they're going to put a stop in Cypress for the train, but if they did then this area would be perfect for a slightly more dense mixed-use center attached to a train station.. it won't happen, but one can certainly dream.
  20. http://communityimpact.com/houston/development-construction/2016/01/22/groundbreaking-set-for-february-on-fedex-ground-distribution-facility-in-cypress/ "FedEx Corporation is preparing to break ground on what will be its largest ground distribution facility in Texas. The 800,000-square-foot hub will be located on a 484-acre tract of land at 8787 W. Grand Parkway N., Cypress. The site is located west of the Grand Parkway and north of FM 529, near where future extensions of West and Longenbaugh roads are expected to run. Few details have been released about the new hub, but officials said it will employ 400 people. Construction will begin in February, and the facility is slated for completion in August 2017. This is the second major project for FedEx in the Houston area. The company is also working on a 300,000-square-foot facility in Sugar Land, which will open this summer. FedEx Corporation released the following statement Jan. 25: 'The new facility, along with a new FedEx Ground building under construction in Sugar Land that is slated to open this summer, will enable us to continue to meet and exceed customer demands in the Houston area. The site was chosen because of its ease of access to major highways, proximity to customers’ distribution centers and a strong local community workforce for recruiting employees. The new facility is part of a nationwide network expansion to boost daily package volume capacity and further enhance the speed and service capabilities of the FedEx Ground network. Since 2005, the company has opened 11 new hubs featuring advanced material-handling systems and expanded or relocated more than 500 local facilities. The network enhancements have resulted in accelerating ground service delivery by one day or more in more than two-thirds of the United States. With these changes, FedEx Ground is faster to more overall locations, including more residential locations, than the competition.' "
  21. Found some new renderings for the Towne Lake Boardwalk restaurant, retail and entertainment development near Barker Cypress & Tuckerton:
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