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  1. This thread was originally created September 20, 2019. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link to this thread is here. 5909 Washington Avenue along the Washington Corridor in the Rice Military area of Houston. Street View, November 2018
  2. Brazos Town Center ready for groundbreaking Allison Wollam Houston Business Journal NewQuest Properties will break ground on a 430-acre, $241 million development in Fort Bend County this week. Recent Company News
  3. NewQuest Readies Plans For Mo. City Shopping Center Houston developer NewQuest Properties is planning to build a new shopping center near State Highway 6 and the Fort Bend Parkway in Missouri City. Called Fort Bend Town Center, the project would be built in two phases. Phase one includes about 40 acres at the southwest corner of Highway 6 and the parkway. This phase is planned as a 160,000- square-foot retail center with a grocery store as an anchor. Phase 2, at the southeast corner of the intersection, would be about 400,000 square feet. The rest of the story can be found here.
  4. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/5016-5018-San-Felipe-St-Houston-TX/14565039/
  5. Maybe I am posting this in the wrong section, but I live in Meyerland and I have often wondered why we do not have a Super Walmart in the SW Houston/Meyerland area. We have a normal Walmart off of South Post Oak and 610 (which is always REALLY crowded), but not a Super WM. Anyone else think there needs to be one?
  6. https://www.newquest.com/property/weslayan-shopping-center/
  7. This thread was originally created January 20, 2016. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link will be posted soon. Mods, please don't move this to the Heights forum where all of my Washington Corridor posts were moved to. Mods, also don't sneak and move this thread and all the others for Washington Corridor, Oak Forest, Garden Oaks, and Independence Heights to the Heights forum once all the previous content is reposted as y'all have done in the last two weeks and continue to do. This is NOT in the Heights and it's not part of the Greater Heights area in any way. This is in the Washington Corridor area, an area that as suggested and advocated for previously needs its own forum because there is lots of development happening here, much spurred by the Sawyer Yards and Buffalo Heights developments. That in itself usually merits the creation for a new neighborhood forum. Until then, posts for those neighborhoods should remain in the forum for "Other Neighbohoods" has is done with other threads that don't have a dedicated neighborhood or area of town forum.Thanks. Once home to Guadalajara Bakery, the 4003 Washington Avenue property, and the adjacent lot next to it at 4011 Washington Avenue (former car lot) is expected to open as a club named La Roux. Construction has been on going for a year or two. [Photo: Eater Houston]
  8. This thread was originally created April 20, 2018. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). An archive link of the thread before its deletion is coming soon. 5414 Larkin Street in Houston's Cottage Grove
  9. http://www.newquest.com/Content/properties/681/OST_Scottcrest.pdf Another development near UH
  10. http://www.newquest.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/2723-Yale-Crossing.pdf —8,910 SF Proposed Retail Building —Prime Restaurant Opportunity —Located in the heart of Heights Community —High population and strong incomes servicing the market There also Yale Square but no renderings http://www.newquest.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/2702-Yale-Square-Pad.pdf
  11. This thread was originally created June 15, 2017. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link will be posted soon. The lot at 3215 White Oak Drive with Aqua car wash and offices will be demolished. NewQuest is marketing a new retail center for 3215 White Oak Dr. From Loopnet (archived link😞 Retail Lot with existing Car Wash tenant & 4 -Plex multi-family investment. Perfect for retail center or office building. Building Size 10,200 SF
  12. New development at "Five Corners". Across the street from Five Points being marketed by New Quest. http://houston.culturemap.com/news/real-estate/10-20-17-crossroads-at-cavalcade-heights-retail-center-stream-realty-partners/
  13. This thread was originally created September 2, 2019. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link to this thread is here. 202 W 26th Street in the Heights, Houston. Streetview of 202 West 26th St and Yale St, November 2018
  14. http://www.newquest.com/pdfs/South_Cross_Center.pdf Goodbye outback steakhouse hello new development!!
  15. 21423 Aldine Westfield Road, Humble TX 53.98 acres sold by NewQuest to HEB This is a triangle shaped area intersects FM 1960/Treaschwig Rd/ Aldine-Westfield Road. http://www.newquest.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/53.98_Acres_FM_1960.pdf Currently the land is being cleared, but no signs or web info on the project. Very old farm buildings demo'ed plus old trees. http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2016/05/25/heres-what-h-e-b-is-cookin-up-in-houston.html Article above details the sale, but I do not have access to a sub so I am not sure the details.. I read somewhere else there was no immediate plans to develop even though the land is being cleared.
  16. 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/
  17. 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
  18. So apparently this is going up. I saw some soil testing not to long ago and thought it was weird, Now I know why. http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/columnists/sarnoff/article/Woodland-Creek-joins-boom-near-The-Woodlands-5396497.php
  19. There has been a very large lot cleared just west of 290 and 1960. At one time a sign indicated a new hospital was to be built there. That sign, however, has been missing for a few years. Anybody know what is going up there?
  20. New Quest is putting together a plan to build and develop a new large commercial plot around Firethorn. http://www.newquest.com/property/Details/560/Shops-at-Katy-Reserve
  21. I am told this property has sold and will be a shopping center. This is across from where the Popeyes is. Any one know anything
  22. Located at the northeast and southeast corners of FM 2920 and Kuykendahl Road, Spring Town Center is strategically located at the heart of vast residential growth in Houston, Texas. Situated approximately four miles west of Interstate 45, FM 2920 is a vital artery leading to the Tomball area, as well as other developments in northwest Harris County and Montgomery County. There are 115 residential developments in the immediate vicinity of Spring Town Center, and Kuykendahl Road provides access to the highly successful Woodlands
  23. The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County has fast-tracked its plans to partner with private developers on real estate deals throughout the county. In its latest deal, Metro will join forces with a private commercial developer to build a $32 million mixed-use shopping and transit center at the corner of Skinner Road and U.S. Highway 290. The project marks the second joint development agreement engineered by the transit agency in the past month, but the first of its kind for Harris County. Under the agreement, Metro will pay Houston-based NewQuest Properties $17 million to build a multilevel parking garage and bus transit center on undeveloped land owned by Metro. The garage will accommodate 1,500 cars. In addition, Metro will contribute 11 acres of public land to a joint partnership led by NewQuest that will develop an adjacent $14.3 million retail project near the park-and-ride facility. In exchange for its contribution, Metro will own 25 percent of the development. The still-unnamed project will be made up of 28,000 square feet of restaurant space and 92,000 square feet of retail space. UPDATE Apartments added to retail in new Metro Park & Ride Houston Business Journal - July 28, 2006by Jennifer DawsonHouston Business Journal Northwest Houston commuters soon will be able to roll out of bed and board a bus to get to work downtown. The newest Park & Ride facility being developed by the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County will include 252 apartment units. This project was originally described as a RETAIL project, however it is now also to include an apartment component? I'd like to see the plans for this. Metro is a public entity, so this development needs to have a forum for public debate. Further, I'm not sure if Metro has any business doing commercial/residential real estate development anyhow. Need more info.
  24. It looks like clearing has finally begun for the new "proposed" HEB(per New Quest Properties' website) at 2920 and Spring Cypress. Does anyone know what type of HEB it is going to be if in fact it is going to be an HEB?
  25. I nominate NewQuest Properties for Idiot Developer of the Year. Their penchant for clearcutting and tossing up cheap-looking strip centers is unrivalled. They're developing a heavily wooded parcel behind a neighborhood with million dollar homes over near Grant Rd. & Louetta. It's a nicely wooded parcel and there's really absolutely NO need for any more strip centers as there are numerous brand new centers that lie mostly vacant. So I asked them what they were planning on building at that location..they said "they didn't know"..."not sure yet"..."but we're clearcutting that land"...."you see, the beauty of Texas, rather the beauty of Harris County is that we can do anything we want with the land" Even if that means pissing off the communities you develop in? Pissing off the very customers they ultimately hope to serve by trashing their community with more junk they don't want? Brilliant strategy NewQuest. Brilliant. Good developers create lasting value, and are welcome in the community. NewQuest isn't one of them.
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