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  1. State board approves demolition of senior living facility at 2100 Memorial https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/city-county/2019/09/05/2100-memorial-demolition/
  2. Looks like new apartments will be going up on the lot enclosed by Scott/Sampson/Clay/Denver streets where the old Ever Good Imports warehouse currently stands. HCAD lists the property as owned by Toorak Investments since 2010. May be better for "Going Up!" page.
  3. It's not quite going up yet, but I'm confident it will be soon as there have been recent reports about their plans including this one from this past Friday. We can change the title once it is announced. From the article: The article also mentions that other potential locations are the Med Center, Energy Corridor, downtown and even suburban locations like The Woodlands and Sugar Land. http://www.chron.com/business/sarnoff/article/Sarnoff-Ashby-high-rise-developers-request-first-3832588.php#photo-3396224
  4. Recent Planning Commission Agenda (May 14th) was pretty bare, but I did find this. Don't know if we have a thread for this yet. Senior Living Apartments 4 floors on top of ground level parking Architect: Mucasey & Associates Not sure how many residences. Kind of your typical infill wrap project from Mucasey & Associates. Nothing really new or interesting here.
  5. 114 unit affordable senior living complex https://www.houstontx.gov/council/committees/housing/20190917/housingdept.pdf
  6. Noticed an outlined development on a property flyer. The old office building on Richmond was once a planned to be a robot brothel that fell through. https://www.loopnet.com/listing/5615-richmond-ave-houston-tx/14016727/ Highlighted in green on the left https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/5440-Richmond-Ave-Houston-TX/18710651/
  7. Noticed a demolition permit months ago. Been watching the area since. Today I finally see the demo has started.
  8. I'll be careful how I describe this location as there are SO MANY banks in this area that it gets confusing (and a bit hysterical). This is along the north side of San Felipe and just east of Garrettson Lane (I got the address by clicking "What is here?" on google maps [to no avail], so it may be inaccurate). Anyway, chain link fence around the site, digging in the back away from San Felipe... it kind of looks like utility work, but I didn't have my binoculars when I was in Panera. The bank has been closed for the past three years... anyone know what's going on?
  9. Project Name: Tanglewood Senior Living Address: 502 Bering Drive Houston, TX 77057 Owner: CA Ventures Architect: OZ Architecture General Info: New four ( 4 ) story senior living Memory Care / Assisted Living facility totaling 55,287 SF with 58 units and associated support areas ( activity, outdoor dining terrace, salon and lounge ). This will connect via pedestrian sky bridge to 504 Bering Drive ( Anthology of Tanglewood ). Anticipated start of construction is July/August.
  10. Loopnet lists this as under contract. Proposed use is apartments. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/Briar-Hollow-Ln-NE-Post-Oak-Blvd-Houston-TX/15025301/
  11. Noticed yesterday that there were surveyors out at this large, eternally empty lot (since at least 1952, based on historical aerial photography that I’ve found). Looked to be marking property boundaries along with the location of storm/sewer drains. HCAD shows that it is currently owned by Glaven Investments, LLC., and was acquired early last year from the Estate of Yolanda Black-Navarro. Any insight as to what may be planned, if anything?
  12. Walled in compound for sale. Is this Kenneth Schnitzer's former residence?
  13. There was a notice put out that Mayor Parker would be speaking at Washington Terrace Civic meeting this Wednesday, concerning development on that piece of land. I noticed a bit of grumbling and lots of rumors about this development from residents Does anyone know any details? Is this part of Midtown TIRZ meeting it's requirement to build affordable housing?
  14. https://www.google.com/amp/www.houstonchronicle.com/business/amp/17-floors-of-senior-living-planned-near-Rice-10925074.php?client=safari
  15. Looks like Pelican has a new project once The Wilshire is finished. 17 stories and 58 units. There's a render in PaperCityMag but I am too dumb to figure out how to post it here. Expecting to break ground summer of 2016. http://www.papercitymag.com/interiors/the-homey-high-rise-new-houston-tower-6300-woodway-places-comfort-over-gadgets/#2
  16. What do y'all think is the potential use? Townhomes and a 4-story wrap mix? https://my.hfflp.com/GetDocument?DT=DealDocument&ID=111367
  17. Found this in the HBJ. 11 Stories on Woodway Dr. near Fondren, just east of Vargo's apartments Start date Q3 2015 w/ completion in 2017 http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/blog/2015/01/luxury-senior-living-community-moves-forward-on.html
  18. A 250-unit multifamily complex will replace The Place apartments at 1341 Castle Ct. Article from Nov. 2013: http://houston.culturemap.com/news/real-estate/11-27-13-longstanding-quirky-montrose-apartment-complex-to-demolished-replaced-by-luxury-units-seniors-must-find-new-homes/
  19. I noticed a variance sign at the "curve" on Shepherd just over the overpass at W. Dallas and Shepherd (near Tila's restaurant). There is an existing office building where the sign was. Does anybody know what the plans are for this site? It looks awfully cramped.
  20. This is going up on a divided portion of woodway behind Trader Joe's. anyone know what it is? It is surrounded by office buildings so I am guessing it is the same.
  21. The Rutledge Apartments (1963) along Brays Bayou are now gone - set to open in August 2012 is the Village of Meyerland, a senior apartment community. http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2011/05/23/bridgewood-builds-meyerland-senior.html more here: http://arch-ive.org/archive/rutledge-apartments/
  22. Does anyone know where on Lake Houston this is? County envisions community for vets Lake Houston's the site of 91-unit development that will take 4 years to build By MIKE SNYDER HOUSTON CHRONICLE April 23, 2009, 9:21PM In an unusual venture for a public housing agency, the Harris County Housing Authority has purchased a 91-acre site on Lake Houston where it plans to develop a veteran-themed community of homes, businesses and patriotic memorials the agency hopes will attract visitors. The $165 million project, known as Patriots by the Lake, is contingent on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs relocating offices and other facilities from the Texas Medical Center to the Lake Houston site, providing $9.2 million in annual lease payments that would help to finance the development. While a local VA official expressed enthusiasm about the plan, it can
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