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  1. University Breaks Ground on $3M Arts Center By Jennifer D. Duell HOUSTON-Cultural art lovers today will celebrate the groundbreaking of the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, a $3-million undertaking tied into the $4.5-million expansion and renovation of the Wortham Theater Complex. An official groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. today in the Fine Arts Quadrangle at entrance 16 off Cullen Boulevard. The center, which will be housed in the Wortham Theater Complex, will include exterior and interior work to enhance the lobby space of the existing facility, provide office area for the Mitchell Center and add new rehearsal space. "It will be a nice addition to the campus," says John Dennis, project manager for Dallas-based Cadence McShane Corp., which is in charge of the expansion and renovation. San Antonio, TX-based Lake/Flato Architects Inc. is providing architectural services for the center's demolition, renovation and construction. Dennis tells GlobeSt.com that the project will take about nine months to finish and will require 35 to 50 construction professionals to complete. Cadence McShane will initially demolish the interior of the existing performing arts center and reconstruct 15,000 sf on two floors. The area will house classrooms plus ballet practice and rehearsal rooms. "There's a lot of wood paneling, acoustical plasters, stainless steel window frames, metal panels and cut stone," Dennis describes. "[The renovations] really complement the existing building." While the theater itself will retain the name Lyndall Finley Wortham Theatre, the building as a whole will be renamed to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts. The project was funded primarily by a $20-million gift from George and Cynthia Mitchell, along with a grant from the Wortham Foundation and Allen Becker. The center will create a collaborative alliance of the university's premier academic and arts departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. The alliance weds the art department, Blaffer Gallery, creative writing program, Moores School of Music and the theater school.
  2. https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/shows/uh-moment/2018/03/28/275841/uh-moment-uh-sugar-land-breaks-ground-on-new-building/
  3. This place is gonna be huge. Also, what is a curtain-wall high-rise? http://www.bizjourna...-sets-huge.html http://www.generationpark.com/ Last year's info from Swamplot http://swamplot.com/...ark/2011-06-09/
  4. http://swamplot.com/where-youll-see-the-new-42-story-highrise-on-hermann-dr/2013-08-09/ Another 40+ story tower for Houston? And this one is supposed to having a twisting facade?! Great time to be in Houston!
  5. This is the shopping center with the Randall’s at Bellaire & Bissonnet. https://s25.q4cdn.com/658894972/files/doc_presentations/2020/11/3Q20-Roadshow-(Nareit).pdf A planned multi-story mixed-use redevelopment is in the works. Wonder if they’re signaling that the Randall’s will be closing, making the shopping center obsolete.
  6. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2022/08/02/one-sixty-one-friendswood-mixed-use-district-hotel.html Banfield Properties of Friendswood is planning a small mixed-use development featuring a 4-story "boutique" hotel, 4 story apartment building and a restaurant/event space with a parking garage. The site looks to be the land bound by S. Friendswood Drive at W. Shadowbend Ave and Laurel Drive at W. Willowick Ave. Three existing structures on site are being renovated for retail and will be included as part of the overall development Page is the architect.
  7. http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w208/houtosme/MethodistSugarLand_zpse6b357dd.jpg http://www.fbherald.com/health/article_c0dac28a-47ef-11e3-9733-0019bb2963f4.html Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has begun a five-project, $131 million expansion that includes its first development in Missouri City. Groundbreakings will take place between now and summer 2014 on the projects. “Fort Bend continues to grow in size and population and our patients are seeking an ever broader range of sophisticated medical and surgical treatments close to home,” said Dr. Marc L. Boom, Houston Methodist CEO. The expansion kicks off in November with groundbreaking on a 9,600-square-foot emergency care center on SH 6 in Missouri City between the Sienna Plantation and Riverstone communities. The facility is scheduled to open in summer 2014 and will house 10 treatment rooms and the latest technology in diagnostic imaging equipment. A new patient tower will be added between the Sweetwater Pavilion and Main Pavilion on the Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital campus, adding 104 beds. The tower will add intensive care beds and medical-surgical beds with space remaining for future expansion. Groundbreaking will take place in the summer of 2014 with completion in 2016. The hospital is also building a facility for Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. The practice will move to a new 60,000-square-foot building on the corner of U.S. 59 and Sweetwater Boulevard.
  8. I wanted to create an appreciation thread for EYP. They've done a lot of work in the medical center and have recently designed HMH's Centennial Tower. I believe WHR Architects was merged with EYP as well. EYP has worked a lot with the Texas Medical Center AKA TMC. https://www.eypae.com/
  9. The headline to Lisa Gray's recent article in the Houston Chronicle regarding the alterations to River Oaks Plaza says it best: Beige, Blotchy and Bland. Quote:"The snappy black-and-white buildings are turning beige. Fake stucco and more of that blotchy sandstone are covering the nifty old bricks. Above the building's canopies, new, taller parapet facades screw up the once-low-slung center's proportions, and allow more room for bigger, brighter signs." I'm with you, Lisa, and am stunned that anyone feels that this botched-up job is in any way an improvement.
  10. UT GRANT FUNDS NEW MEDICAL CENTER GALVESTON, SAN ANTONIO (galvestondailynews.com; San Antonio Business Journal)
  11. there has been a sign for over a year now off the north i-10 feeder past barker cypress for a new texas childrens hospital. has anyone heard anymore about this new development? and is interfin ever going to develop the land north of i-10 at grand parkway because that was where the 'new' galleria was supposed to be built. I think they are in impending lawsuits with katy mills mall, but I am not too sure.
  12. Surprised I couldn't find a thread about this specific campus - it has grown pretty quickly in the past few years. The campus opened in 2010 as the UTMB Victory Lakes Specialty Care Center. It was rebranded to the current name in 2015. MD Anderson opened an outpatient hospital and treatment center in a connected building that was completed in 2018. A separate medical office building, 7-story garage and skybridge that connect to the hospital were completed in 2018 as well. A 5-story patient tower was completed in 2020. It has been engineered for expansion up to 12 stories in the future.
  13. Noticed this completed development on Medistar's website. https://medistarcorp.com/completed/ Completed in 2010, Medistar developed St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital and Medical Plaza as a five-story, 220,000 square foot hospital. The hospital is complemented by a five-story, 125,000 square foot medical office building featuring a linear accelerator to support MD Anderson Cancer Center, a major tenant in the MOB.
  14. Methodist plans hospital on west side Completion of 192-bed facility expected in 2010 By LYNN COOK Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle The Methodist Hospital System will spend $300 million to build a 192-bed hospital in west Houston, hospital executives announced Friday. The hospital, with an emergency room, open-heart surgery capability and cancer treatment areas, will be on the north side of the Katy Freeway just west of Barker Cypress, Methodist president and CEO Ron Girotto said in a statement. Construction is scheduled to start early next year, with completion by 2010. The Methodist hospital site is directly next door to a 55-acre tract where construction will begin on Texas Children's Hospital West in 2008. That $220 million pediatric project is expected to be complete in 2010 as well. http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/5290481.html
  15. Somewhat confused. There are a couple of FAA filings. One is for an '80, 4-story MOB Archive Search Results Form 7460-1 for ASN 2021-ASW-5631-OE (faa.gov) Another is for a structure, not noted as a garage nor crane tied to the same project and timeline but '152 Proposed Case for TX: 2021-ASW-6823-OE (faa.gov) Hadn't seen a mention of a new MOB at the Greater Heights campus from anything previously. Timeline appears to be December of this year to January 2023 in either case. Based on the maps, it looks like it should be on the west side of the complex.
  16. UMP is composed of two medical office buildings. Addresses are 7501 Fannin and 7505 Fannin. I always liked University Medical Plaza 1. Great addition to the southern part of the TMC. Wanted to add to our TMC database and include it. http://www.camproperties.net/properties.html https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/7501-Fannin-St-Houston-TX/21412321/
  17. Found this on TDLR's website today. https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Print/TABS2020017139
  18. Methodist Hospital will build a 193-bed hospital at the southeast corner of SH 242 and I-45. 470k sq ft. Ground breaking early 2015. Completion 2017. www.chron.com/business/medical/article/Houston-Methodist-to-build-Woodlands-hospital-5513231.php#photo-6371514
  19. From the today's edition of the Houston Business Journal (Jan. 27th) I wrote a story in the Jan. 27 edition of the Houston Business Journal that details plans by Randall Davis and Roberto Contreras to build a new condominium tower in the Galleria area using $40 million from foreign investors through a federal immigration program. We ran a rendering of the 23-story Astoria, which is designed to have 55 condos, but did not have room to show other projects developed by Davis. The owner of Houston-based Randall Davis Co. has developed and redeveloped numerous residential buildings over the last two decades in the Houston area. Click on the slideshow to the right to see some of his other projects. Webcam: http://oxblue.com/open/transwestern/5oaks Latest rendering and info: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Galleria-area-tower-has-global-backing-5373796.php
  20. There has been so many discussions on various buildings going up that I find it difficult to remember to know if we covered them all. During my runs, I noticed that they knocked down the old Miller Beer wherehouse next too "Bridal mart" or whatever it's called on 59S @ 610. Any news as far as this goes? Also there is a substantial project going on at Fannin and Greenbriar (I think) Right near the dome where Fannin and the other street splits. Did we cover those two items in the past or does anyone have the skinny on the construction? Ricco
  21. Keystone #9C 1120 Texas $1,850 / month (all utilities included) http://www.gunn.net/keystone-exterior-2.jpg Come to Keystone Lofts and find Downtown Houston living at its finest! Located on the corner of San Jacinto and Texas, the Keystone Lofts are centrally located in Downtown Houston, putting you in walking distance from all of your favorite attractions. Wood floors flow throughout the unit, complete with exposed ductwork, beam ceilings and large light-filled windows with views that stretch past Minute Maid Stadium. Just off the spacious living room, the kitchen comes complete with breakfast bar, granite counter tops, under-mount lighting, stainless appliances and plenty of storage. A three quarters wall separates the guest bedroom / office from the master suite that features a unique concrete column and large walk-in closet with built-in storage and a full length mirror. The bathroom features beautiful porcelain tile floor and tile surround, a granite countertop with room with vanity area and a shower / Jacuzzi tub combination. This unit is in walking distance to all of Downtown Houston's attractions including the YMCA for a workout or swim, the Discovery Green Park, Minute Maid Stadium, The Flying Saucer, the Theater District and the Houston Pavillions. click here for more information 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath 1,405 sq.ft. / HCAD
  22. Page Southerland Page is an Austin, Texas architectural firm that was originally formed as Page Southerland in 1932 by Louis Page, Jr. and Louis F. Southerland. Louis Page's brother, George Matthew Page, joined the firm in 1939 and the name was changed to Page Southerland Page.
  23. They just put up a sign on the front of the St. Germain saying that there will be a special auction on March 12th...and some info about financing contacts...interesting. I saw them put up the sign an hour ago...
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