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  1. A multifamily building is proposed for the River Oaks area at the corner of Mimosa & Revere. SubdivisionPlatPDF_1031-14.pdf
  2. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/01/14/multifamily-developer-gets-land-loan-for-galleria.html?iana=hpmvp_hstn_news_headline
  3. Luxury condo to replace axed Italian-style townhomes http://www.thesophiehouston.com/
  4. Can't make out the exact location but in the last rendering you can see the Greenway area in the distance. http://miradorgroup.com/projects/giorgetti-houston
  5. The site was expected to be the last phase of Kirby Commmons Townhomes, Pelican Builders has revised plans for a 7-story condo building. http://www.westmorehouston.com/
  6. I heard today that all the tenants were told to move out by Sept. This 17 story building is a rental. I wonder of it will be made into condos or what will happen. Renderings and info: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2015/06/18/sales-tostart-soon-for-luxury-condominium-project.html
  7. http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/columnists/sarnoff/article/Tall-buildings-to-arise-near-River-Oaks-District-5828150.php#/0
  8. 15-Story Tower on Bancroft Lane and Bettis Drive. https://highland-tower.com/index.html Just drove by the property for the first time in a month or two and I noticed that there were "dirty barriers" up and seems like quite a bit of it was dug up. No other evidence of construction, though.
  9. Developer Advances 68-Unit Condo Plan By Jennifer D. Duell Last updated: March 9, 2005 HOUSTON-Local development company, Pelican Builders Inc., plans to break ground within 30 days on its first mid-rise residential condominium project. The 68-unit Briarglen, set to deliver in late 2006, is the first of three buildings for the first phase of a redevelopment plan for the Mid Lane neighborhood. The condos, tagged at $240 per sf, will rise at 2215 Briarglen Dr. between Westheimer Road and San Felipe Boulevard. Derek Darnell, president of Pelican Builders, tells GlobeSt.com that 27 units have been pre-sold since Pelican began marketing the project in summer 2004. "We feel like we have find a nice little niche for the middle market," Darnell says, adding other condo projects in the immediate area are either lower-end apartment quality condos or million-dollar-plus condos. The six-year-old company, which specializes in townhouse development, purchased the one-acre tract in the Mid Lane area inside Loop 610 from a local partnership in December after having it under contract nearly 12 months, Darnell says. "We have been actively developing townhomes in the area for the past five years so we're familiar with the area," he adds. "We knew this type of mid-rise condo project would be well received." Briarglen, designed by urban residential team of Ziegler Cooper Architects, will feature a contemporary exterior with more traditional interiors--six floors of condos and two parking levels. Each condo will have a high-end finish-out with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, double crown molding and marble bathrooms. There are six floor plans in a mix of one-bedroom with study units and two- and three-bedroom units plus one penthouse. More than 50% of the condos will be two-bedroom designs. Units will range from 1,100 sf to 1,800 sf. Pelican Builders is working with a lender to finalize construction financing for the project. GT Leech of Houston has been chosen as the general contractor.
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