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  1. I noticed in the recent real estate transaction Dhanani Private Equity Group buys 50-acres from the Fluor Corporation there were parcels of land owned by the University of Texas System/Board of Regents. I wonder what could go here in the future? Maybe a small UTHealth Sugar Land Campus? Or they could sell the land to a developer to create a mixed-use development. I see Brookfield Properties owns the corner parcel. I would imagine the two would combine the parcels into one big plat.
  2. The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Institutional Facilities Master Planning Services - MP2030/JSW https://www4.mdanderson.org/procurement/bids/index.cfm?pagename=viewBid&id=6398&name=Request for Qualification&historic=yes
  3. I didn't see any other threads referring to this project nor could I find anything about it elsewhere... At any rate, I saw this sign earlier in the afternoon. I wasn't sure of the intersection (I think it's Braeswood @ Cecil, and there's a traffic light there) but it is just east of Fannin in the "new" south side of the TMC. Here's a photo of the sign w/ rendering. Pardon the quality, but it's fun to try shooting at a red light and at an odd angle nearly into the sun. Guessing 24-26 floors?
  4. There is an active MD Anderson Master Plan thread that will span the next 8-years on HAIF. The Master Plan "closes out" in 2030. https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/45347-md-anderson-tmc-master-facilities-framework-2030/#comment-600706 Will it be hard to keep track of individual buildings in a thread that discusses multiple, 5, buildings? When searching around HAIF, would it be hard to find information and pictures for one, particular, building that is mixed in with 10-years of construction photos of multiple buildings? This topic serves as one, sole, building. The MD Anderson Inpatient Bed Tower. The building looks to have one long podium base with two vertical towers integrated. The UT M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is preparing to construct a new inpatient bed tower to be located proximate to and interconnected with the institution's Main Building complex, on a site currently occupied by the Percy and Ruth Leggett Jones Basic Research Building, the Bates-Freeman research building, and the Anderson Central Building. Concept rendering:
  5. There is an active MD Anderson Master Plan thread that will span the next 8-years on HAIF. The Master Plan "closes out" in 2030. https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/45347-md-anderson-tmc-master-facilities-framework-2030/#comment-600706 Will it be hard to keep track of individual buildings in a thread that discusses multiple, 5, buildings? When searching around HAIF, would it be hard to find information and pictures for one, particular, building that is mixed in with 10-years of construction photos of multiple buildings? This topic serves as one, sole, building. The MD Anderson Ambulatory Clinical Building 3 (AKA 3ACB, or ACB3.) 3ACB will consist of 1,500,000 GSF of clinical and departmental program space located on nineteen floors above grade and 300,000 GSF of below-grade parking adding another 785 parking spaces. The project is also expected to include the construction of two seven-story connectors that will complete a circulation route between 2/3 ACB, the Mays Clinic, and the Duncan Building, forming a complete quadrangle around the central parking structure. The top of the parking structure will align with the existing exterior plaza decks of the Mays Clinic and the Duncan Building to form a raised exterior garden.
  6. There is an active MD Anderson Master Plan thread that will span the next 8-years on HAIF. The Master Plan "closes out" in 2030. https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/45347-md-anderson-tmc-master-facilities-framework-2030/#comment-600706 Will it be hard to keep track of individual buildings in a thread that discusses multiple, 5, buildings? When searching around HAIF, would it be hard to find information and pictures for one, particular, building that is mixed in with 10-years of construction photos of multiple buildings? This topic serves as one, sole, building. The MD Anderson Ambulatory Clinical Building 2 (AKA 2ACB, or ACB2.) Consistent with the institution's Master Facilities Framework 2030, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center is proposing to construct Ambulatory Clinical Building 2 (2ACB.) 2ACB will consist of 950,000 GSF of clinical and departmental program space located on seventeen floors above grade and 550,000 GSF of parking located on three floors below grade as well as a central parking structure. In total, there will be 1,500 parking spaces added on five levels. The project is also expected to include the construction of two seven-story connectors that will complete a circulation route between 2/3 ACB, the Mays Clinic, and the Duncan Building, forming a complete quadrangle around the central parking structure. The top of the parking structure will align with the existing exterior plaza decks of the Mays Clinic and the Duncan Building to form a raised exterior garden.
  7. Link to article. Wow, not only am I getting a 1.1-million-square-foot teaching hospital within walking distance of my condo and a connection to N. Macgregor via Cambridge, but I'm also getting a 315,000-square-foot facility just down the street! I was hoping for more verticality, but I can live with it.
  8. Here is something recently mentioned on Swamplot. Does anyone know anything about this project? http://www.kirksey.com/project/buffalo_lakes_master_plan Page 10 of this PDF http://www.ridemetro.org/ProjectsPrograms/PDFs/90A_Media_Briefing_020711.pdf shows rail going through the project.
  9. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/6500-West-Loop-South-Bellaire-TX/16466307/
  10. I've always wanted to take a photograph of this building. Finally did today! F. O'Neil "Neil" Griffin Conference and Education Center located at 7455 Fannin St. along Knight Road. This building is apart of the UT Research Park Complex.
  11. MD Anderson Cancer Center - Visitor Parking Garage, 6900 Fannin St, Houston, TX 77030
  12. Fom The Houston Chronice CONSTRUCTION Hermann ready to start building After winning tax breaks from the city of Houston and Harris County, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System will break ground this month on a long-awaited medical center and office building. The 30-story tower, which will include more than 500,000 square feet of space, will be built at the corner of Fannin and MacGregor in the Texas Medical Center. Mischer Healthcare Services is a partner in development of the building, Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza. The $155 million facility will include an ambulatory care center, an imaging center and surgical and endoscopy suites. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler arranged a $117.5 million construction and permanent loan for the project through Teachers Insurance Annuity Association and GMAC Commercial Mortgage Bank.
  13. Today I stopped by an older Life Science office strip park on West Bellfort. I always pass by here but never stop. Transwestern website: https://transwestern.com/property/2575-w-bellfort-st Loopnet: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/2575-W-Bellfort-St-Houston-TX/4018395/
  14. Looking for more information regarding UTHealth's John H. Freeman Building. From what I can tell the building was under construction in August 1971 and demolished in March 2005. Who was the architect? Does anyone have any photos of the now demolished building? Thanks. https://med.uth.edu/historical-milestones/ August 1971 John H. Freeman Building construction begins. March 2005 Demolition of the John Freeman Building begins to make way for the six-story Replacement Research Facility.
  15. Surprised we didn't have a thread for this. Serves the areas of Angleton, Danbury, Rosharon and the surrounding areas and is the first trauma designated facility in Brazoria County. The campus is located at 132 East Hospital Drive. https://www.utmb.edu/utmbhealth/locations/hospitals-campuses/angleton-danbury-campus
  16. 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.
  17. I was looking at an MD Anderson map and noticed they own this building. I drove by and surely enough there was an Anderson no trespassing sign. This building is down the street from TMC3. I can see MDA buying an adjoining parcel and building something tall here. In due time!
  18. I always pass by this building. Apparently it's houses a small MD Anderson clinic called Life Support Training Center. Photos taken this weekend.
  19. I remember reading an old MDA master plan that said the ROC building at Braeswood & Holcombe will eventually be redeveloped. The single story building sits on such a high profile corner that there is much better opportunities here. This address and corner once housed a high-rise multifamily/hotel development called Park Towers Apartments. Hopefully something tall again rises soon! I stopped by this weekend and took a picture of the street sign.
  20. This old MDA warehouse looks in bad shape. It's mostly vacant? I never see much activity here. I stopped by this weekend to take pictures.
  21. I stopped by the warehouse development this weekend. Looks like the street signage went under a change recently. There is a temporary sticker place over the top.
  22. I've been wanting to see the Anderson labs on El Rio. Stopped by this weekend to take photos. From what I can tell the addresses are 8000 - 8080 El Rio Street. There are several multi-building warehouse campuses on El Rio street. One is MD Anderson's, the other is a ProLogis development, and the other is TBD (haven't researched far enough.) The El Rio buildings are BioTech labs hosting lots of pharmaceutical companies. The whole area outside of TMC proper is medical-relating real estate. W. Bellfort, Fannin, Kirby, Willowbend, and El Rio is just a few streets that are populated with BioTech.
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