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  1. EXCLUSIVE REPORTS From the August 12, 2005 print edition Car dealership gives way to urban infill Jennifer Dawson Houston Business Journal A high-end development mixing retail, residential and possibly office space will soon be parked on an inner-city tract that has been occupied by auto dealerships for the past three decades. Trademark Property Co. is negotiating a long-term ground lease on six acres on Westheimer just west of Mid Lane, which is currently home to a Central Ford dealership. Trademark is the Fort Worth-based developer behind the $100 million Market Street project in The Woodlands. That successful 34-acre development includes 400,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and 100,000 square feet of office space. Read More...
  2. I am surprised nobody has mentioned this news... Lyme Properties of Cambridge, MA has announced that it has closed on property located at 1911 Holcombe between the Spires Condo and the Ronald McDonald House. Plans call for a building that will house 25,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, 125,000 square feet of research and lab space, and 350,000 square feet of medical office space. The best news is that Lyme Properties erects FIRST CLASS projects. Here's a look at a similar sized building rising in Boston's Longwood Medical Center right now. The Blackfan Research Center will have underground parking and rise 300 feet above ground (18 floors). It's also another sign that the Texas Medical Center is really taking off. I cant wait to see what the Houston project will look like. To see more examples of Lyme's work, check out www.lymeproperties.com
  3. I've noticed the last few weeks that The Crossing on Kirby apartments (7600 Kirby) were boarded up. Today it looks like they were stripping out all of the appliances, etc., which were just sitting around the parking lots... Anyway, finally looked it up on hcad and ownership changed to Millennium Kirby LLC back in September The address to Millennium Kirby LLC is tied to "The Dinerstein Companies", who are behind several Millennium apartment developments including Millennium High Street on Westheimer Demo permits and some sort of plan review fee for a new apartment building are out there, so it looks like something is definitely happening.... I'm going to keep my expectations realistic on the final product, but nice to see some activity around that area
  4. Dinerstein cracks Galleria area with first multifamily complex: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/print-edition/2011/04/29/dinerstein-cracks-galleria-area-with.htmlhttp://www.bizjournals.com/houston/print-edition/2011/04/29/dinerstein-cracks-galleria-area-with.html
  5. Looks like the Marquee is about to go - i remember reading good things about them on this forum. The Bali Hai was stuccoed beyond recognition, so maybe this is a more noble fate Project No: 07062647 Date: 7/18/2007 USE: DEMO BLD/SEWER DISC Owner / Occupant: MARQUEE APARTMENTS Job Address: 2525 MC CUE RD Tax ID: 0400451400060154
  6. Hello all, I'm looking to move closer towards the Greenway Plaza/River Oaks neighborhood of town. While researching, I found this older multifamily complex located on West Alabama called The Carlton at 3805 W. Alabama St. Looks like it was built from a reputable Houston developer Ted Dinerstein of The Dinerstein Companies. Anyways, I would like to know more information about the property. How is the build quality? How is the neighbors? How is the traffic on W. Alabama? Thanks in advance!
  7. Millennium Woodlands Location: Timberloch Place and Waterway Avenue Description: 393-unit luxury urban apartment development that is being built to LEED Certified Silver specifications. The apartments will be wrapped around a parking structure, and include top of the line interior features such as 10-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, a fitness center and clubhouse. Construction is expected to begin later this year, with completion planned for mid-2010. http://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/Doc...iew.asp?DID=313 Location: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=the+woodland...mp;t=h&z=17
  8. Greetings to all and happy Saturday. I'm a young man still living currently at home, recently finished college etc etc. The time has come to venture out on my own. Primary reason for this is that I live in Kingwood, and drive daily to Meyerland (35-40 minutes) and it is driving me insane. I've paid off my debts, saved a reasonable amount (thank you Dave Ramsey) and am ready to go. I thought it would be a good idea to find an apartment for a year or two and then consider a house. When I noticed construction nearing completion for the Millenium Greenway on 59, I got really excited. Internet searches on properties in that area showed reasonable rates, and that particular area is both close to work and exciting. Finally a week or so ago the Millenium released prelimary rates, and it was a punch in the stomach. Basically I really want to find an apartment complex that is relatively new and relatively upscale. Maybe it's the wanna-be yuppie or Kingwood snob in me, but I'd like to spend a year or two living in a "nice, modern" place. Searching apartment review sites and the lot, it seems that those places are only sounding boards for disgruntled renters and paint very negative pictures of practically every building. Then the ones that do seem resistant to negative feedback, their rates are through the roof (Museum Tower, Parklane). I have a roommate option, so my budget is < 1000 for a 1BR and < 1800 for a 2 BR. To all you seasoned renters out there, do you have any wise words for someone becoming more and more apprehensive about the task at hand? When a website lists rates like those the Millenium released (starting at 1250 for a 1BR), are there usually specials involved which will lower those to more justifiable levels? If there are any property recommendations I would very much appreciate it. Browsing this forum has taken me to a number of properties, and I was intrigued by the Lofts at Hermann Park/The Ballpark, some of the Alexan properties, etc. I should be touring some of these places, but I feel like I could be pressured into something foolish and don't want to jump at the first offer that appears attractive. Thanks for any advice.
  9. Theodore “Ted” Dinerstein, a co-founder of The Dinerstein Companies. He co-founded Houston-based Dinerstein Cos. in 1955 with his brother, Bill. The company, which develops multifamily and student housing communities. In 1959, they began building and developing multifamily units and have constructed more than 30,000 such units to date. The business also has been involved in the building and management of mini-warehouses, small strip shopping centers and office buildings throughout the years.
  10. i dont believe anything has been mentioned on this deal and i walked the property this afternoon. its located on o.s.t. between greenbriar and fannin (next to the rail). to be honest, i was blown away by the interiors for being a rental. they do not have all the c.o.s yet but do have some occupants. its the only mid-rise rental community within the area; 4-story over 2-story podium sitting on +/- 2.5 acres. rents are reasonable at $1.25 psf. pictures for your viewing/critiquing pleasure website
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