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On 6/4/2018 at 9:38 AM, thatguysly said:

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It wasn't originally as obvious, but I noticed in the image on the Rosewood website that Naviguessor linked that the hotel+condo tower seems to have trees/vegetation at the top.. I assume the pool/amenity deck for the condo portion of the tower. That rooftop terrace would have quite the views.

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On 6/4/2018 at 7:00 PM, Sellanious Caesar said:

Not odd at all. I think of it as a chance for Uptown to plug in the holes in its linear skyline. There's a gap between Williams Tower and US59 where those skinny beige stucco condo towers are. This will fill in that gap and because the site is basically just a field, this will densify Uptown. 

 

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McNair, a long-term-hold investor that earlier this month announced a 1.2M SF mixed-use project in Uptown Houston, began picking up its real estate activity about six years ago by investing pretty passively, but now it is actively building and acquiring properties across sectors and in both infill and suburban areas. Real estate could grow to become up to 25% of McNair’s investment portfolio, Schwinger said, but for now the platform is young, and he likes the diversity of investments as it figures itself out. 



McNair plans a multifamily tower plus 80 luxury residences in a 150-room Rosewood Hotel in the unnamed 1.2M SF Uptown Houston mixed-use project. That development will take the lion’s share of McNair’s resources for some time, Schwinger said, but when it has cleared the pipeline, he expects the company might do other high-profile mixed-use. McNair will announce a general contractor, interior designer and brokerage team in the coming months. Schwinger is already getting a lot of calls for the office space even though it won’t deliver for another five years.



Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/mixed-use/the-expanding-real-estate-focus-of-houston-texans-owner-bob-mcnair-89557?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
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22 hours ago, wxman said:

When is this expected to break ground again? Is there a floor count for this project?

ground breaking sometime next year with delivery in 2023 and i think it's 50 plus stories...a nice addition to the southside of the Galleria area.

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On 7/1/2018 at 9:39 AM, SkylineView said:

The equipment is related to the Post Oak widening project.  3/4 of the site is used for storage / dump trucks / etc.  The front side facing Post Oak is getting torn out, and will be eaten up as part of the PO project.

 

Does that mean that portion of The Boulevard Project has the be completed before this gets off the ground?

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On a more personal note. I'm sorry to hear of Mr. McNairs passing. Not only was he a great business man but he brought Houston a pro football team and a beautiful

state of the art stadium. He was a great community leader and gave millions to Houston for Hospitals research and other community needs. He was a supporter of many Houston charities and he and his wife helped to raise awareness to many causes. Although he did make one awkward move with his comment about his players he was a well respected member of the NFL owners group and he will be missed by Houstonians. I wish there were more like him who would choose to share their wealth and knowledge with the less privileged. That being said I think the post oak /Richmond project was being developed by his son as the main driving force.

I believe it will continue to be developed.

 

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My office overlooks the site.  All four quadrants are being used (extensively) as a holding area for the Post Oak work.  PO @ Richmond is supposed to re-open in May, but I can't imagine they will be able to move all the stuff out of there until the full Blvd is a bit further along.

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5 hours ago, hindesky said:

Talked with a different worker at the Preston demo who seemed to know more details. He said they will start utilities work this summer and Harvey actually has the complete contract for all the buildings.

 

You are certainly stepping up your game! First photos, and now on the ground field reporting?! Thats next level.

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11 hours ago, hindesky said:

I like trying to get some inside info from these guys, hope it doesn't get them in trouble for releasing any insider news.

 

edit: I mentioned I was on HAIF to him and he was impressed how much info on the projects we had.

 

Great reporting and I like that you told him you were on HAIF so they still feel comfortable sharing knowing it'll go more public

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46 minutes ago, CaptainJilliams said:

I can't tell if it's for The Post Oak Blvd project or for McNair, but there is movement on the site.

 

I saw construction equipment moving around dirt, there are some pretty sizable mounds near the road. 

I believe the McNair project starts after Post Oak is complete on the south end.  What’s there now is staging for the Post Oak project.

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3 hours ago, CaptainJilliams said:

I can't tell if it's for The Post Oak Blvd project or for McNair, but there is movement on the site.

 

I saw construction equipment moving around dirt, there are some pretty sizable mounds near the road. 

 

Overhead view from today.

 

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  • The title was changed to McNair Plaza: Mixed-Use At Post Oak And Richmond
  • The title was changed to M Square: Mixed-Use at 3200 Post Oak Blvd

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