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  1. I alluded to this in the 2929 Wesleyan thread but now that bisnow referenced it this morning I figured it was ok to talk about. PM is redeveloping the solvay site by tearing down the existing bldg and replacing it w a hotel/condo and building a 20 story office next door. I can't confirm much re the hotel but it sounds like the office is moving forward and would assume the hotel is as well. Don't expect anything earth shattering architecturally speaking. Should be a nice addition regardless. There are a few more projects proposed in the immediate area as well, some further along than others, but 3333 sounds like the closest thing to a guarantee.
  2. Kirby Interchange is a 8-building Life Science Business Park located at the intersection of Kirby Dr. & W. Bellfort Ave. This is actually one of many BioTech campuses in the area. Hospitals serve the TMC proper, while the outskirts are filled with Pharmaceutical, Device Manufacturing, and BioTech companies. Here's the Transwestern leasing flyer. https://transwestern.com/property/kirby-interchange I stopped by this weekend and took a picture of the leasing signage. One or more of the buildings have an address of 8955 -8981 Interchange Dr.
  3. Couldn't find anything about this. IMG_0723 by Not.Larry.Dierker, on Flickr IMG_0724 by Not.Larry.Dierker, on Flickr IMG_0722 by Not.Larry.Dierker, on Flickr IMG_0721 by Not.Larry.Dierker, on Flickr
  4. I noticed about two weeks ago that a crane had appeared behind the Texas Orthopedic Hospital in the Texas Medical Center at Greenbriar and S. Main. This past week, they began to add some steel beams to the top of the existing 3 story building - building some steel framework about 2 stories tall. Driving by today, I snapped a few pics. Doing a quick Google search, I managed to find a small bit of info, including some interior and an exterior renderings. http://www.behance.net/gallery/13794267/Texas-Orthopedic-Hospital Sounds like they are doing a 2 story vertical expansion onto their existing building. I really couldn't find any other details besides that. Anyone know any additional details?
  5. The Women's Hospital of Texas is leasing a space in this shopping center.
  6. A new shopping center going up at Falcon Landing and Gaston across from Tompkins High School. Kroger, movie theater, green space, Gringo's, and several other typical chains. http://www.newquest.com/property/stableside-at-falcon-landing/
  7. Didn't get much done at work today. Was busy watching the excavator take down 400 Medical Center Blvd. There has been a leasing sign out front for a long time with a rendering of the medical office building that will replace this one. nothing special though. IMAG0165 by Not.Larry.Dierker, on Flickr
  8. I saw this today in the Houston Business Journal. Some of the space next to SH 288 will finally get filled in. http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/blog/breaking-ground/2014/10/large-track-in-growing-suburb-set-for-development.html
  9. HCA Gulf Coast Division Announces $71 Million Plan To Build Pearland Medical Center Specialties in Pediatrics, Women’s Services, Emergency Care and Cardiovascular Health Planned to Meet Needs of Growing Community Houston, TX, October 30, 2012―HCA Gulf Coast Division announced today that it is building a 30-bed, acute care hospital in Pearland at the southwest intersection of Highway 288 and County Road 2234 (Shadow Creek Parkway). Pearland Medical Center will be built on the 48-acre site that is currently home to a full-service, freestanding 24-hour emergency department, imaging center and a 3-story, 80,000 square-foot medical office building. “We are excited to expand our presence in Pearland with a state of the art hospital that will allow the citizens of that community to receive quality healthcare close to home,” said Maura Walsh, President of HCA Gulf Coast Division. Pearland Medical Center will be a 144,000 square-foot, $71 million facility featuring surgical suites, medical/surgical beds, intensive care beds, an emergency department, and an imaging department that will include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), catheterization lab, echocardiogram testing, and nuclear medicine modalities. The hospital’s women’s services will provide digital mammography, labor and delivery suites, cesarean section operating rooms and a newborn nursery. Pearland Medical Center will be designed with the future growth of the community in mind with plans allowing for incremental expansion to meet the needs of the community. “HCA Gulf Coast Division is delivering the right care at the right time to our residents in their own neighborhood,” said Tom Reid, Pearland Mayor. “HCA is fulfilling a need to provide people with highly technological, high quality healthcare within the community.” “Pearland Medical Center will benefit the local economy creating jobs in construction service as well as jobs in healthcare and its supporting industries,” said Matt Buchanan, President of the Pearland Economic Development Corporation. “It’s been a desire of our growing community for several years, and we’re very excited that HCA has chosen this site to build a hospital.” The ground breaking for Pearland Medical Center is scheduled for 2013 with project completion by the end of 2014. http://www.pearlandedc.com/HCA-.aspx
  10. Looking for information about the old Medical Center Del Oro Hospital at 8081 Greenbriar Dr. The Medical Center Del Oro Hospital information can be found on old Houston maps, as well as old medical directory listings. Here's a book called National Directory of Drug Abuse and Alcoholism Treatment dated 1984 and another book dated 1977 that has the hospital details listed. The book mentions "Approximately 300 patients have been treated at the Houston International Hospital and the Medical Center Del Oro Hospital in Houston for alcoholism and drug dependence." A Bellaire, Texas map from 1995 has the hospital listed at Fannin & Greenbriar. Later becoming the Women's Hospital of Texas campus/HCA Houston campus. Add from 1991 mentions The Del Oro Institute for Rehabilitation.
  11. Noticing a great deal of construction along the 290 corridor past FM 1960 with 4 new hospitals and an array of professional buildings under development. So far we're looking at Memorial Hermann, Columbia HCA, North Cypress Medical Center, and another unnamed project near Cypress-Rosehill.
  12. My wife will be disappointed to hear this isn't opening in September when we're due to have our baby girl... Tomball hospital to deliver luxury for moms $5.1 million women's center expected to open in November http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/nb/cyf...ws/3837467.html By MELISSA SULLIVAN Chronicle Correspondent Construction is under way on a Women's Center at Tomball Regional Medical Center, with completion slated for the fall. The $5.1 million project will be located on the seventh floor of the hospital, 605 Holderrieth Blvd. in Tomball, and will resemble a five-star hotel with extravagant furnishings and accommodations, said George Covington, senior vice president over legal services. The 3,100-square-foot center will include 11 delivery suites, two surgical suites, a 16-bed nursery, a seven-bed neonatal intensive care unit and a full-time neonatologist on staff, Covington said. "A women's center had been discussed for a long time," he said. "The decision to open a women's center was driven by the tremendous amount of growth here and more needs for a birthing center and women services." Amenities will include flat screen televisions, wood-grained floors, integrated blinds and a children's play area, Covington said. A security system will be installed to prevent anyone from taking a child off the floor without permission, Covington said. "A sensor on the baby shuts down the elevator and locks the doors," he said. Bobbye Christopher, the projects coordinator, said the design has incorporated the colors green, purple and gold. She said the facility can be compared to the medical center in downtown Houston. "We will receive the same medical equipment here in Tomball, and people won't have to make the drive," she said. Covington said each room will be equipped with wireless Internet, so expectant parents can e-mail or share pictures of their newborn faster. Doctors will be equipped with the latest monitoring system that will allow them to check on a mom and baby from home via a hand-held PDA device, Covington said. "If it's 2 a.m. and we call the doctor at home, they can pick up their hand-held device and look at how mom and baby are doing," he said. Lynn LeBouef, president/CEO of Tomball Regional Medical Center, said the addition of the new facility will enable the hospital to serve its patients better. "The Women's Center is dedicated to providing the highest-quality care for all newborns. The addition of a full-time neonatologist will enable us to handle the most complex and high-risk situations," she said. Construction is expected to be completed by November. president/CEO of Tomball Regional Medical Center
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