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Introducing: Skyhouse North Located in a beautiful strip mall on F.M. 1960, Skyhouse North represents the latest in true urban design.

Here's a view from last night.  

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Really that short.

And the 1 bed units are uncomfortably cramped.

 

Yeah I looked at them. The 1 bed plus den corner units seemed like a good size and sweet patios, but $$$ especially after the renovation.

 

Edit: Looks like they renovated out the dens to put in a dining room and they go for $1675+ now.

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Yeah I looked at them. The 1 bed plus den corner units seemed like a good size and sweet patios, but $$$ especially after the renovation.

Edit: Looks like they renovated out the dens to put in a dining room and they go for $1675+ now.

I moved into a corner unit for $1200 before renovations. After renovations they were asking too much for them.
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Urbannizer you are fantastic! Houston is going to look different in two years. I really feel we will past Chicago in population. They are really concerned about it. :o

The only way that Houston passes Chicago in population anytime in the near future is if CoH does a big annexation. There's currently about 500k more people in the city of Chicago.

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Urbannizer you are fantastic!  Houston is going to look different in two years.  I really feel we will past Chicago in population.  They are really concerned about it. :o

 

I remember seeing a video about Houston's population doubling by 2020. Maybe this will be the year Houston will surpass Chicago with population.

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I couldn't care less if we pass Chicago because it's an unfair advantage considering the size of Houston. It's a shallow victory with little meaning. I just want to see residential projects like this continue to develop so we can actually have a real urban core.

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I agree. This really doesn't mean anything. Chicago still has over 3 million people more than Houston in the metro.

 

 Of course it means something.  It's silly to pretend it doesn't.

 

Further, Chicago won't have 3 million more people than Houston metro in 20 years, which is what we're talking about.  The Chicago metro area is barely growing (roughly 3/10ths of one percent per year.  Houston metro is growing at about 2.1% per year (7 times the pace).  At these rates, Houston metro will be 9.5 Million in 20 years and Chicago will be about 10.1 Million, a difference of only 600,000.

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Never mind.

So people don't have to dig back:

http://oxblue.com/open/SkyHouseApartments

By the way, there are only 10 (or nine, I couldn't see the camera clearly) stories left.

And for the dallas haters:

Sky house dallas recently broke ground.

 

I'll make it even simpler.  Here's a photo from this morning.  Working on floor 16 now.

 

skyhouse_zpsb4ba4aea.jpg

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