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3 minutes ago, Avossos said:

 

Dont forget 1818 washington Ave is u/c and the center street property has a new parking lot on it. right side of map..

 

Added that and all of Lovett Commercials holdings last night, which are possible development for Sawyer Yards.

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10 hours ago, Triton said:

 

nearly this entire picture would be in color.

 

everything that wasn't colored east of sawyer would be a house built 100+ years ago too. which i think is what makes 6th ward + 1st ward so special.  

 

 

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53 minutes ago, Texasota said:

Well, Sixth Ward at least. Not much left of First.

 

Yeah was about to say the same thing. Walked this area a few times now, and its mostly townhomes. Most of the old homes in that area are gone now. The ones that are left are in very rough shape.

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9 hours ago, Luminare said:

 

Yeah was about to say the same thing. Walked this area a few times now, and its mostly townhomes. Most of the old homes in that area are gone now. The ones that are left are in very rough shape.

 

the high first ward historic district saved a good number of them, and I literally live in a 1880s-built house in the lower first ward that i'd like to think is in better than very-rough-shape 😅

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12 hours ago, crock said:

 

the high first ward historic district saved a good number of them, and I literally live in a 1880s-built house in the lower first ward that i'd like to think is in better than very-rough-shape 😅

 

Hey neighbor! 1890s house in old Sixth.

 

i am really happy that historic district exists in FW. So many cool houses that would be a shame to lose. Props to you for saving a house outside historic district. I’d like to think FW has an amazing future. It will be a true Houston mix, but hopefully just enough to make it a great little neighborhood, respectful of its history!

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Update: Mostly done with The Heights (except for anything that is long dead that we have no updated info on, or things which we will have to scout out in the field).

 

Moving onto Universities, community colleges, and ISD projects.

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Can someone go onto the map, click on Texas Tower and say whether you are able to see images or not? If you guys can see them then I'll start adding images to the other stuff at some point. Just "at" my name and say yes or no.

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10 minutes ago, hindesky said:

@Luminare Yes

 

Excellent. Thanks.

 

EDIT: It also looks like Google limits me to 10 pics per element, and so I'll probably take some images out and place in construction updates at the back end of set.

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This morning the map has surpassed 4000 views! Glad y'all have been interested in this project. Nowhere near where I want it to be, but its getting there. Have been all over the map of late, but I have added a bunch of West Loop projects, been throwing some projects on there since subscribing to HBJ, a bunch of U of H projects + master plan items are on the map (not done with u of h yet). Hope this has been helpful to everyone to get a bigger picture on development in Houston. Going to really knuckle down this weekend and get a whole bunch more on there. Mostly education still (been distracted by other projects to put on the map), but then try to clean house on the neighborhood sub forums.

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Development Map update:

 

Most neighborhood subforums are now on the map (at least things with updates dating back to the beginning of this year).

 

The only neighborhood subforums I haven't really touched are the "Other Neighborhoods" and the new "Houston Enclaves" subforums. Will work those in soon.

 

In a bigger announcement, pretty much all loopnet listed properties withing 610 have been plotted on the map. I would say a good 95% of these don't have dedicated threads...and I'm not going to create them haha. That would just take way to much time. If people look around the map and find something that doesn't have a thread yet (just look in the description and in the "forum discussion" part if it has a "(TBD)" then that means no thread exists), then by all means create a thread if you find the property interesting, have insider info/rumors of something happening, or something that should get some notice in a thread. As far as plotting loopnet info outside of 610....depends. I'm going to only plot loopnet info if its in an area that is seeing good development activity (Uptown, 34th Street, etc...), where new urban cores are developing, or if its next to potential growth or big projects in the area that they are in, or if its a massive property that has potential to be developed.

 

Thats about it for now.

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On 7/26/2019 at 12:43 AM, mattyt36 said:

The light rail extension needs to be built and some derivative of the complete street also needs to be built to transform Washington Ave. A median would help so much.

 

Wasn’t Washington Ave TX-75 back in the day? 

 

Quoting myself ...

 

Just read that this extension has already been abandoned due to lack of planning before November ballot. It probably was already when I posted back in July ... I need to keep up!

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So I was looking at a good amount of the proposed/under construction projects, and something caught my eye. That is the astounding amount of tall buildings going up. 

Here's a list of 150+m under construction/Proposed (some of these are just eye test) 

1. Texas Tower: 735'

2. The Preston: 549'

3-5?. Laneways: 570'-600' (there may be even more towers)

6. 7200 main Tower 1: looks to be in the 800' range, but might be shorter/taller

7. The Allen condo tower: looks to be in the 500' range, but there's the chance it might be taller. 

8. Innovation Tower: From the looks of it, it might be in the 700' range considering the height of Latitude. 

9. McNair tower: I'm feeling 600' range, but it might be even taller. 

 

From what it looks like there's potentially 9 150m+ tower proposed/under construction. It might be even more considering the laneway developer, and some other developments I might of missed. 

 

 

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With the latest attack on that Saudi facility, oil prices sharply rose. While this is normally bad for construction in some cities, this tends to be a boost for Houston. Not great to see this kind of activity going on in the world, but higher prices do tend to be Houston's gain overall. Do we have any thoughts on what this could mean for development here in town? No effect at all? New round of development coming because of higher prices? Just an anomaly that others won't act on?

 

*fyi lets disregard political or geopolitical discussions. This question is only related to development implications*

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9 hours ago, Luminare said:

With the latest attack on that Saudi facility, oil prices sharply rose. While this is normally bad for construction in some cities, this tends to be a boost for Houston. Not great to see this kind of activity going on in the world, but higher prices do tend to be Houston's gain overall. Do we have any thoughts on what this could mean for development here in town? No effect at all? New round of development coming because of higher prices? Just an anomaly that others won't act on?

 

*fyi lets disregard political or geopolitical discussions. This question is only related to development implications*

While Houston might not be as depended on oil as it use to be, it's still a big chunk of the local economy. I could see this spur development that was cancelled after the 2014 boom, also is might bring in a new wave of development on top of the giant wave we're going through right now.  

All in all higher oil prices will bring in more developments than lower price. Hell we might get that chevron tower we're waiting for. 

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On 9/16/2019 at 9:40 AM, Luminare said:

With the latest attack on that Saudi facility, oil prices sharply rose. While this is normally bad for construction in some cities, this tends to be a boost for Houston. Not great to see this kind of activity going on in the world, but higher prices do tend to be Houston's gain overall. Do we have any thoughts on what this could mean for development here in town? No effect at all? New round of development coming because of higher prices? Just an anomaly that others won't act on?

 

*fyi lets disregard political or geopolitical discussions. This question is only related to development implications*

 

With my company they might adjust development timelines but even that is unlikely.  There is a real concern of shifting energy policies and potential global slowdown.  The key buzzword now is "value"

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I noticed a demolition project this weekend and dont want to open new thread on it. . On TC Jester, and Schuler (cross) near rice military. Theres a small 1 story building thats been demolished there. -- Is there a forum thread for it?

 

 

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On 9/16/2019 at 9:40 AM, Luminare said:

With the latest attack on that Saudi facility, oil prices sharply rose. While this is normally bad for construction in some cities, this tends to be a boost for Houston. Not great to see this kind of activity going on in the world, but higher prices do tend to be Houston's gain overall. Do we have any thoughts on what this could mean for development here in town? No effect at all? New round of development coming because of higher prices? Just an anomaly that others won't act on?

 

*fyi lets disregard political or geopolitical discussions. This question is only related to development implications*

 

Oil prices are now lower than they were before the attack. This is because the world is awash in oil while the global economy founders due to the China trade war. Also, the attack was overhyped by news outlets hoping to get clicks with "$100 oil?" article titles. Only a Middle Eastern war will really push oil higher right now.

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On 9/23/2019 at 8:58 PM, Purdueenginerd said:

I noticed a demolition project this weekend and dont want to open new thread on it. . On TC Jester, and Schuler (cross) near rice military. Theres a small 1 story building thats been demolished there. -- Is there a forum thread for it?

 

 

 

 

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In order for Houston to avoid becoming a future Detroit we have to do something on the flooding issues.  Do we really think CEO' s will relocate to Houston rather than Dallas or Austin if we experience these horrific flooding issues every few years.

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Most of what shows up on this list does not particularly tend to flood. The pre-WWII city was built on relatively high ground. The problem with flooding in Houston comes from one thing: sprawl.

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1 hour ago, Texasota said:

The pre-WWII city was built on relatively high ground. 

 

I guess you've forgotten about the Great Floods of 1929 and 1935 that led to the building of the Barker and Addicks Dams?

 

"In fact, it was devastating flooding that led to the construction of the dams. Long before the record-setting rains from Hurricane Harvey, there were the deadly 1929 and 1935 Great Floods of Houston." 

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/retropolis/wp/2017/08/30/houstons-besieged-dams-compromised-by-harvey-rainfall-were-built-70-years-ago-after-devastating-floods/

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3 hours ago, About Downtown said:

In order for Houston to avoid becoming a future Detroit we have to do something on the flooding issues.  Do we really think CEO' s will relocate to Houston rather than Dallas or Austin if we experience these horrific flooding issues every few years.

 

Sea level rise and stronger and more frequent hurricanes, along with more frequent major to catastrophic rain events won't help, either.

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I did not forget about those floods;  the reservoirs and dams absolutely did their job. But the water still has to go somewhere and retention/detention can only do so much. 

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American Meteorological Society July 2018, article by Philip Klotzbach et al. No increase in US Landfalling hurricane frequency nor intensity since the 1880's. Vecchi and Knutson Geophysical Fluid Dynamic Laboratory, NOAA: No increase in Atlantic Tropical Storms from 1878 to 2006. 

 

So what has increased? Huge population growth, increase property loss, and increase media coverage. 

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On 7/26/2019 at 10:28 AM, Luminare said:

 

Added that and all of Lovett Commercials holdings last night, which are possible development for Sawyer Yards.

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I noticed that your map has light rail stations along Washington Ave. Have these been approved? Are they still happening?

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12 minutes ago, jsabo said:

I noticed that your map has light rail stations along Washington Ave. Have these been approved? Are they still happening?

 

They were briefly added into the MetroNEXT plans and they were scrapped the next month when they said that they wouldn't have enough time to study the corridor to make it work. 

 

So yeah, not happening. 

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6 hours ago, jsabo said:

I noticed that your map has light rail stations along Washington Ave. Have these been approved? Are they still happening?

 

What @wilcal states is the truth, and...

 

6 hours ago, wilcal said:

 

They were briefly added into the MetroNEXT plans and they were scrapped the next month when they said that they wouldn't have enough time to study the corridor to make it work. 

 

So yeah, not happening. 

 

I've been really busy the past couple months, so I haven't been able to update the map, in general since about September. Will be getting back to this in the New Year with work load shifting to other areas.

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This past week I've gotten back to updating the map after a few months. The end of last year got really busy. Was going to start a new thread for the map, but I'll just keep everything here. I will normally be posting map updates Sunday evenings in the future which will include project updates and changes to project categories which will be listed below.

 

In other news, I've started developing a project tracker spreadsheet to go along with the map. Once I get a good head start on this I'll be looking to enlist both active mods and trusted HAIF contributors to help keep it updated with special editing permissions. This however won't be done until I get the map to a version 1.0. Right now its basically in Alpha stage where I'm still figuring out categories, and various information breakdowns that will be useful. Please feel free to let me know if you have any ideas to help improve the spread sheet. I've also developed a tab called "Overall Stats" which will eventually pull statistics from the various tabs (number of projects per district, number counts for firms and their projects, sqft for different project types, etc...)

 

Here is the link @Urbannizer could you add this link with the map link please? Thanks.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12R-HUQA61iHwOnsu3ejahd4vDlz3UuWjOSaE_na2xp4/edit?usp=sharing

 

Added to the Map:

 

-- Proposed --

BROADSTONE EADO

AMCAL MIDTOWN

 

-- Under Construction --

HILTON GARDEN INN / HOME2 SUITES

 

Changes in Category:

 

-- Proposed --> Potential Development --

THE MIX

 

-- Proposed --> Demolition --

MONTROSE COLLECTIVE

LANEWAYS (PHASE 2) | KIMPTON HOTEL

 

As you can see not a lot of 'actual' updates since I was starting from the very top of "Going Up" and updating small parts of info while adding to the spreadsheet. Looking to get more done this week.

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I'll volunteer if you need help. 

 

I actually volunteered at my office to create a map of all the projects were engineer of record on and your mapping was a bit of inspiration for me haha. I'm still in the 1970's, kind of fun hunting down these old buildings. 

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16 minutes ago, Purdueenginerd said:

I'll volunteer if you need help. 

 

I actually volunteered at my office to create a map of all the projects were engineer of record on and your mapping was a bit of inspiration for me haha. I'm still in the 1970's, kind of fun hunting down these old buildings. 

 

Definitely! With how crazy this city is getting we will need a team to keep it as updated as possible. I'm giving myself a couple months to flesh things out, and then I'll be letting others on board. I'll probably start up a private message conversation here on the forum maybe next week. I want this spreadsheet and map to be THE definitive development map for the city.

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3 minutes ago, architeckton said:

 

That spreadsheet is missing 888 Westheimer.

 

I currently have it filed under the "Demolition" tab, as it is going to or is in the process of proceeding with Demolition. Its the first project on that tab.

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---Sunday Update---

Reminder, I do name things different than names of topics on this forum. This is so I can manage both the map and spreadsheet more effectively, and keep things rather standardized. If a name doesn't sound familiar to you then please refer to my new spread sheet! Which can then help you locate the forum discussion and the address which you can then find on the map. Link below:

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12R-HUQA61iHwOnsu3ejahd4vDlz3UuWjOSaE_na2xp4/edit?usp=sharing

 

_________________________

 

--Added to Map--

 

(Potential Development)
- BLVD PLACE (PHASE 3) | UNNAMED 50 STORY SKYSCRAPER

- BLVD PLACE (FUTURE PHASES)

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'A'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'C'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'D'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'G1'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'G2'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'H'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'I'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'J'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASE) PROPERTY 'K'

***yes technically I already had innovation district on the map, but now I have the entire master plan on there***

- MUSEO PLAZA (FUTURE PHASE) POTENTIAL RESIDENTIAL

- MUSEO PLAZA (FUTURE PHASE) POTENTIAL HOTEL

 

(Proposed)

- 900 WINSTON

- ELGIN SMITH

- MUSEO PLAZA (PHASE 1) | MEDICAL OFFICE BLDG

- MCKEE CITY LIVING

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) ION GARAGE

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) PROPERTY 'E'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) PROPERTY 'F1'

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) PROPERTY 'F2'

 

(Proposed (Parks & Rec))

- SPOTTS PARK RECONSTRUCTION

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) INNOVATION DISTRICT PLAZA

 

(Proposed (Infrastructure))
- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) EAGLE ST RECONSTRUCTION

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) PEDESTRIAN PLAZA

 

(Under Construction)
- THE DACOMA

 

___________________________________

 

--Change in Category--

 

(Potential Development to Under Construction)

- MODERA WASHINGTON

 

(Proposed to Demolition)

- LANEWAYS (PHASE 2) | KIMPTON HOTEL

 

(Proposed to Under Construction)

- REGENT SQUARE (PHASE 2) | 'BLOCK B' APARTMENTS

- REGENT SQUARE (PHASE 2) | 'BLOCK B' RETAIL 'A'

- REGENT SQUARE (PHASE 2) | 'BLOCK B' RETAIL 'B'

- REGENT SQUARE (PHASE 2) | 'BLOCK B' RETAIL 'C'

 

(Proposed to Under Construction (Parks & Rec))

- REGENT SQUARE (PHASE 2) | PARK/PLAZA

 

(Proposed to Under Construction (Infrastructure))

- REGENT SQUARE (PHASE 2) | INFRASTRUCTURE/STREETSCAPES

 

(Proposed to Potential Development)

- REGENT SQUARE (FUTURE PHASES)  ***since GID hasn't really establish that they will back up their master plans I've shifted the rest of their stuff from proposed to potential development.***

 

(Proposed to On Hold)

- RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE BLDG (400 Jensen)

 

(Under Construction to Near Completion / Completion)

- STAGES AT THE GORDY (STAGES REPERTORY THEATHER)

 

__________________________________________

--Updated Info and/or Images--

 

(Under Construction)

- THE SOPHIE AT BAYOU BEND

- ALEXAN MEMORIAL

- ALTA RIVER OAKS

- ALTA WEST ALABAMA

- HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS - STAYBRIDGE SUITES UPTOWN

- BOWEN RIVER OAKS

- RIVER OAKS SURGICAL CENTER

- THE TRAVIS

- MARQUETTEE APARTMENTS (PHASE 1) | 2404 NAVIGATION

- THE MCKINLEY

- ALTA MED MAIN

- WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS | MOB + GARAGE

- UTHEALTH | CONTINUUM OF CARE CAMPUS FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

- THE BLOSSOM HOTEL

- THE VILLAGE OF SOUTHAMPTON

- THE STANDARD IN THE HEIGHTS | MKT (PHASE 2)

- GABLES WESTCREEK

- MID LANE (PHASE 3) | PARK PLACE RIVER OAKS

- NOVEL RIVER OAKS

 

(Proposed)

- BUNKER HILL OFFICE BLDG

- THE HAWTHORNE

- HOUSTON ENDOWMENT HQ

- THE INTERPOSE

- DISCOVERY TOWER

- 6 HOUSTON CENTER

- TMC|3

 

(Under Construction (Renovation/Reuse)

- SOUTH MAIN INNOVATION DISTRICT (PHASE 1) THE ION

 

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As a reminder, please feel free to let me know if you have any ideas to help improve the spreadsheet or the map.

 

Further reminder that this is something that I do on my free time, so not everything is either on the map or spreadsheet, so if it isn't on there it doesn't mean it doesn't exist, but that I simply haven't gotten to it yet, etc...

 

As always, thanks to everyone who keeps up with each project thread with valuable info and photography. Without it all, this spreadsheet and map would not be possible.

 

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Just now, cspwal said:

Is there a link to the map on the spreadsheet?

 

No I'll have to add it! The link to the map right now is on the first page of this thread.

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Just now, Luminare said:

 

No I'll have to add it! The link to the map right now is on the first page of this thread.

 

ok thank you

This is so much work and it will be a great resource 

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Forgive me for posting an article that's mainly about Dallas but there's some good data in it about Houston multifamily. Houston is supposed to deliver 16,092 new apartments in 2020 compared to 2019's 7,621 apartments, a whopping 111% increase.

 

https://www.dallasnews.com/business/real-estate/2020/01/15/more-new-apartments-opening-in-d-fw-than-any-other-us-metro/?fbclid=IwAR2IzbabH8J0wRXqPmhOCDKQle0EYPYeXWEZhrt89yO3ai5XOkH5nzu-ByQ

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On 10/11/2019 at 10:59 AM, CaptainJilliams said:

Can we either move this discussion to another forum or just cut it altogether @Moderators?

Hi CaptainJilliams,

 

The user Moderators is not actually a moderator. If you'd like to grab our attention please utilize the Report Function.

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Edit: Utilize the report function ;)

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2 hours ago, Montrose1100 said:

Hi CaptainJilliams,

 

The user Moderators is not actually a moderator. If you'd like to grab our attention please tag/message us directly by our usernames.


so who all is a true moderator? Just curious..

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4 hours ago, Montrose1100 said:

Hi CaptainJilliams,

 

The user Moderators is not actually a moderator. If you'd like to grab our attention please tag/message us directly by our usernames.

 

Oops 😅 Thanks for the info, will do.

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14 hours ago, Avossos said:


so who all is a true moderator? Just curious..

The List is long, but anyone with a Moderator Police car by their rank is an active Moderator.

12 hours ago, CaptainJilliams said:

 

Oops 😅 Thanks for the info, will do.

No problem, the report button works fine too, we all get the alert and can act accordingly.

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---Sunday Update---
Now that I've got the spread sheet going a little bit I'll be also update what I've added to the spreadsheet along with the map.

 

Reminder, I do name things different than names of topics on this forum. This is so I can manage both the map and spreadsheet more effectively, and keep things rather standardized. If a name doesn't sound familiar to you then please refer to my new spread sheet! Which can then help you locate the forum discussion and the address which you can then find on the map. Link below:

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12R-HUQA61iHwOnsu3ejahd4vDlz3UuWjOSaE_na2xp4/edit?usp=sharing

 

--Added to Spreadsheet--

 

(ON-THE-MARKET, POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT)
 

-SKANSKA PROPERTY HOLDINGS (ALL PROPERTY DOWNTOWN)

-UT MD ANDERSON | PROTON THERAPY CENTER #3

-POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT | FORMER HIGHRISE RES PROPOSAL (716 WAUGH DR)
-ROTARY HOUSE HOTEL TOWER EXPANSION
-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 5

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 6
-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 7

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(DEMOLITION)
 

-2727 FLATS

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-FAIRFIELD RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | RESIDENTIAL BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PROGRAM BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | GARAGE

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | ADMIN BLDG

-BAYLOR ST. LUKES MEDICAL CENTER | MCNAIR CAMPUS EXPANSION/TRANSITION

-AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY HOPE LODGE | RICHARD M. SCHULZE FAMILY FOUNDATION HOPE LODGE OF HOUSTON

-THE MONTROSE AT BUFFALO BAYOU

-MARATHON OIL HQ

-KATY FWY OFFICE BLDG (8020 KATY FWY)

-VILLAGE TOWER PLAZA (PHASE 1)

-GIORGETTI HOUSTON

-BROADSTONE MUSEUM DISTRICT

-MUSUEM BLVD

-20TH ST | GREYSTAR PROPERTIES (PHASE 1)

-19TH ST | GREYSTAR PROPERTIERS (PHASE 2)

-GREYSTAR EDWARDS ST
-DOMAIN HEIGHTS

-BROADSTONE HEIGHTS WATERWORKS

-ALTA WASHINGTON

-ELAN MEMORIAL (PHASE 2) | THE BYRDIE

-BROADSTONE MEMORIAL PARK

-EMANCIPATION CENTER ONE

-AVONDALE HIGHLINE

-THE REVERE AT RIVER OAKS

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | THE RESIDENCES AT THE ALLEN / THOMPSON HOTELS

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | RETAIL PAVILION

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE BLDG

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | MIXED-USE MIDRISE BLDG

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | RETAIL PAVILION

 

(PROPOSED)

 

-CAMDEN MCGOWN STATION PARK | NEW FOOD HALL PAVILION

-W HOTEL | PARTNERSHIP TOWER

-THE PARAMOUNT ON WESTHEIMER

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT (FUTURE BLDG)

-MAI GIA THON

-ONE MARKET SQUARE (INTERNATIONAL TOWER)

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6

-1903 YALE ST BLDG

-PEARL ROSEMONT

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 1

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 2

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 3

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 4

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | OFFICE + RETAIL

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | FUTURE BUILDOUT

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | THEATER + APARTMENTS

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 2) | MIXED-USE MIDRISE BLDG

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 2) | RETAIL BLDG W/ THEATER

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 3) | RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE BLDG

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (RENOVATION/REUSE))

 

-TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY HEALTH (PHASE 1) | ENMED BLDG

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (PARKS & REC))
 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PLAZA

 

(PROPOSED (PARKS & REC))

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6 URBAN PLAZA

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE ALLEN (PHASE1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(PROPOSED (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION)

 

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | BIG BOX STORE BLDG

-BUFFALO HEIGHTS (PHASE 1) | ST ANDRIE

 

(ARCHIVE)

 

-CAMDEN MCGOWEN STATION PARK

-BANK OF AMERICA TOWER (CAPITOL TOWER) + UNDERSTORY

-SOUTH MAIN APARTMENTS

 

__________________________________________

 

--Updated Info on Spreadsheet--

 

(ON-THE-MARKET, POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT)

 

-THE MIX

 

(DEMOLITION)

 

-THE MONTROSE COLLECTIVE

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-THE PRESTON

-HILTON GARDEN INN / HOME2 SUITES

-THE ASPIRE

-UTHEALTH | CONTINUUM OF CARE CAMPUS FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

-WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS | MOB + GARAGE

-ALTA MED MAIN

 

(PROPOSED)

 

-MUSEUO PLAZA (PHASE 1) | MEDICAL OFFICE BLDG

 

__________________________________________

 

--Added to Map--

 

(ON-THE-MARKET, POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT)
 

-SKANSKA PROPERTY HOLDINGS (ALL PROPERTY DOWNTOWN)

-UT MD ANDERSON | PROTON THERAPY CENTER #3

-POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT | FORMER HIGHRISE RES PROPOSAL (716 WAUGH DR)

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 5

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 6
-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 7

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(DEMOLITION)
 

-2727 FLATS

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | RESIDENTIAL BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PROGRAM BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | GARAGE

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | ADMIN BLDG

-BAYLOR ST. LUKES MEDICAL CENTER | MCNAIR CAMPUS EXPANSION/TRANSITION

-AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY HOPE LODGE | RICHARD M. SCHULZE FAMILY FOUNDATION HOPE LODGE OF HOUSTON

-MARATHON OIL HQ

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | THE RESIDENCES AT THE ALLEN / THOMPSON HOTELS

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | RETAIL PAVILION

 

(PROPOSED)

 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT (FUTURE BLDG)

-MAI GIA THON

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6

-1903 YALE ST BLDG

-PEARL ROSEMONT

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 1

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 2

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 3

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 4

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | OFFICE + RETAIL

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | FUTURE BUILDOUT

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (PARKS & REC))
 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PLAZA

 

(PROPOSED (PARKS & REC))

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6 URBAN PLAZA

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE ALLEN (PHASE1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(PROPOSED (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

__________________________________________

 

--Change in Category--

(ON-THE-MARKET/POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT TO UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-DOMAIN HEIGHTS

 

(PROPOSED TO UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-FAIRFIELD RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE

-KATY FWY OFFICE BLDG (8020 KATY FWY)

-BROADSTONE MEMORIAL PARK

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION TO NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION)

 

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | BIG BOX STORE BLDG

-BUFFALO HEIGHTS (PHASE 1) | ST ANDRIE

 

(NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION TO ARCHIVE)

 

-CAMDEN MCGOWEN STATION PARK

-BANK OF AMERICA TOWER (CAPITOL TOWER) + UNDERSTORY

-SOUTH MAIN APARTMENTS

 

__________________________________________

 

--Updated Info and/or Images--

 

***SAME AS SPREADSHEET***

 

__________________________________________

 

I'm now tracking on the spreadsheet:

 

33 ON-THE-MARKET/POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS

10 DEMOLITIONS

70 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

49 PROPOSED

3 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (RENOVATION/RESUSE)

0 PROPOSED (RENOVATION/REUSE

2 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (PARKS & REC)

6 PROPOSED (PARKS & REC)

4 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE)

4 PROPOSED (INFRASTRUCTURE)

3 NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION

0 DEAD

1 ON HOLD

3 ARCHIVED

 

__________________________________________

 

-Other Updates-

 

Creating a "Links & Sources" sheet.

 

__________________________________________

 

As a reminder, please feel free to let me know if you have any ideas to help improve the spreadsheet or the map.

 

Further reminder that this is something that I do on my free time, so not everything is either on the map or spreadsheet, so if it isn't on there it doesn't mean it doesn't exist, but that I simply haven't gotten to it yet, etc...

 

As always, thanks to everyone who keeps up with each project thread with valuable info and photography. Without it all, this spreadsheet and map would not be possible.

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On 1/26/2020 at 2:50 PM, Luminare said:

---Sunday Update---
Now that I've got the spread sheet going a little bit I'll be also update what I've added to the spreadsheet along with the map.

 

Reminder, I do name things different than names of topics on this forum. This is so I can manage both the map and spreadsheet more effectively, and keep things rather standardized. If a name doesn't sound familiar to you then please refer to my new spread sheet! Which can then help you locate the forum discussion and the address which you can then find on the map. Link below:

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12R-HUQA61iHwOnsu3ejahd4vDlz3UuWjOSaE_na2xp4/edit?usp=sharing

 

--Added to Spreadsheet--

 

(ON-THE-MARKET, POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT)
 

-SKANSKA PROPERTY HOLDINGS (ALL PROPERTY DOWNTOWN)

-UT MD ANDERSON | PROTON THERAPY CENTER #3

-POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT | FORMER HIGHRISE RES PROPOSAL (716 WAUGH DR)
-ROTARY HOUSE HOTEL TOWER EXPANSION
-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 5

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 6
-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 7

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(DEMOLITION)
 

-2727 FLATS

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-FAIRFIELD RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | RESIDENTIAL BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PROGRAM BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | GARAGE

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | ADMIN BLDG

-BAYLOR ST. LUKES MEDICAL CENTER | MCNAIR CAMPUS EXPANSION/TRANSITION

-AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY HOPE LODGE | RICHARD M. SCHULZE FAMILY FOUNDATION HOPE LODGE OF HOUSTON

-THE MONTROSE AT BUFFALO BAYOU

-MARATHON OIL HQ

-KATY FWY OFFICE BLDG (8020 KATY FWY)

-VILLAGE TOWER PLAZA (PHASE 1)

-GIORGETTI HOUSTON

-BROADSTONE MUSEUM DISTRICT

-MUSUEM BLVD

-20TH ST | GREYSTAR PROPERTIES (PHASE 1)

-19TH ST | GREYSTAR PROPERTIERS (PHASE 2)

-GREYSTAR EDWARDS ST
-DOMAIN HEIGHTS

-BROADSTONE HEIGHTS WATERWORKS

-ALTA WASHINGTON

-ELAN MEMORIAL (PHASE 2) | THE BYRDIE

-BROADSTONE MEMORIAL PARK

-EMANCIPATION CENTER ONE

-AVONDALE HIGHLINE

-THE REVERE AT RIVER OAKS

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | THE RESIDENCES AT THE ALLEN / THOMPSON HOTELS

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | RETAIL PAVILION

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE BLDG

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | MIXED-USE MIDRISE BLDG

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | RETAIL PAVILION

 

(PROPOSED)

 

-CAMDEN MCGOWN STATION PARK | NEW FOOD HALL PAVILION

-W HOTEL | PARTNERSHIP TOWER

-THE PARAMOUNT ON WESTHEIMER

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT (FUTURE BLDG)

-MAI GIA THON

-ONE MARKET SQUARE (INTERNATIONAL TOWER)

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6

-1903 YALE ST BLDG

-PEARL ROSEMONT

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 1

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 2

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 3

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 4

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | OFFICE + RETAIL

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | FUTURE BUILDOUT

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | THEATER + APARTMENTS

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 2) | MIXED-USE MIDRISE BLDG

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 2) | RETAIL BLDG W/ THEATER

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 3) | RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE BLDG

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (RENOVATION/REUSE))

 

-TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY HEALTH (PHASE 1) | ENMED BLDG

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (PARKS & REC))
 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PLAZA

 

(PROPOSED (PARKS & REC))

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6 URBAN PLAZA

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE ALLEN (PHASE1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(PROPOSED (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION)

 

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | BIG BOX STORE BLDG

-BUFFALO HEIGHTS (PHASE 1) | ST ANDRIE

 

(ARCHIVE)

 

-CAMDEN MCGOWEN STATION PARK

-BANK OF AMERICA TOWER (CAPITOL TOWER) + UNDERSTORY

-SOUTH MAIN APARTMENTS

 

__________________________________________

 

--Updated Info on Spreadsheet--

 

(ON-THE-MARKET, POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT)

 

-THE MIX

 

(DEMOLITION)

 

-THE MONTROSE COLLECTIVE

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-THE PRESTON

-HILTON GARDEN INN / HOME2 SUITES

-THE ASPIRE

-UTHEALTH | CONTINUUM OF CARE CAMPUS FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

-WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS | MOB + GARAGE

-ALTA MED MAIN

 

(PROPOSED)

 

-MUSEUO PLAZA (PHASE 1) | MEDICAL OFFICE BLDG

 

__________________________________________

 

--Added to Map--

 

(ON-THE-MARKET, POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT)
 

-SKANSKA PROPERTY HOLDINGS (ALL PROPERTY DOWNTOWN)

-UT MD ANDERSON | PROTON THERAPY CENTER #3

-POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT | FORMER HIGHRISE RES PROPOSAL (716 WAUGH DR)

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 5

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 6
-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | PARCEL 7

-THE RO DISTRICT (FUTURE PHASES) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(DEMOLITION)
 

-2727 FLATS

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | RESIDENTIAL BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PROGRAM BLDG

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | GARAGE

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | ADMIN BLDG

-BAYLOR ST. LUKES MEDICAL CENTER | MCNAIR CAMPUS EXPANSION/TRANSITION

-AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY HOPE LODGE | RICHARD M. SCHULZE FAMILY FOUNDATION HOPE LODGE OF HOUSTON

-MARATHON OIL HQ

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | THE RESIDENCES AT THE ALLEN / THOMPSON HOTELS

-THE ALLEN (PHASE 1) | RETAIL PAVILION

 

(PROPOSED)

 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT (FUTURE BLDG)

-MAI GIA THON

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6

-1903 YALE ST BLDG

-PEARL ROSEMONT

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 1

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 2

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 3

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | PARCEL 4

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | OFFICE + RETAIL

-THE ALLEN (FUTURE PHASE) | FUTURE BUILDOUT

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (PARKS & REC))
 

-THE CENTER FOR PURSUIT | PLAZA

 

(PROPOSED (PARKS & REC))

-CITY CENTRE | CITY CENTRE 6 URBAN PLAZA

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE ALLEN (PHASE1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

(PROPOSED (INFRASTRUCTURE))

 

-THE RO DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | INFRASTRUCTURE

 

__________________________________________

 

--Change in Category--

(ON-THE-MARKET/POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT TO UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-DOMAIN HEIGHTS

 

(PROPOSED TO UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

 

-FAIRFIELD RESIDENTIAL MIDRISE

-KATY FWY OFFICE BLDG (8020 KATY FWY)

-BROADSTONE MEMORIAL PARK

 

(UNDER CONSTRUCTION TO NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION)

 

-LOWER HEIGHTS DISTRICT (PHASE 1) | BIG BOX STORE BLDG

-BUFFALO HEIGHTS (PHASE 1) | ST ANDRIE

 

(NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION TO ARCHIVE)

 

-CAMDEN MCGOWEN STATION PARK

-BANK OF AMERICA TOWER (CAPITOL TOWER) + UNDERSTORY

-SOUTH MAIN APARTMENTS

 

__________________________________________

 

--Updated Info and/or Images--

 

***SAME AS SPREADSHEET***

 

__________________________________________

 

I'm now tracking on the spreadsheet:

 

33 ON-THE-MARKET/POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS

10 DEMOLITIONS

70 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

49 PROPOSED

3 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (RENOVATION/RESUSE)

0 PROPOSED (RENOVATION/REUSE

2 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (PARKS & REC)

6 PROPOSED (PARKS & REC)

4 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE)

4 PROPOSED (INFRASTRUCTURE)

3 NEAR COMPLETION/COMPLETION

0 DEAD

1 ON HOLD

3 ARCHIVED

 

__________________________________________

 

-Other Updates-

 

Creating a "Links & Sources" sheet.

 

__________________________________________

 

As a reminder, please feel free to let me know if you have any ideas to help improve the spreadsheet or the map.

 

Further reminder that this is something that I do on my free time, so not everything is either on the map or spreadsheet, so if it isn't on there it doesn't mean it doesn't exist, but that I simply haven't gotten to it yet, etc...

 

As always, thanks to everyone who keeps up with each project thread with valuable info and photography. Without it all, this spreadsheet and map would not be possible.

 

Thank you so much for this map. It makes combining my pictures and trying to figure out the development names a lot easier.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?hl=en&ll=29.723788253816764%2C-95.38681719126504&z=15&mid=1J_89cR1sxP4muIAHRJlm6TajoQPyoswJ

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Office market not looking good:

 

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Oil companies, which have been steadily cutting costs and laying off workers, account for more than 30 percent of the local office market, said Bukowski, who represents companies looking for space. Demand for office space is falling in other industries, as well. Leasing activity last year was down 17 percent from the previous year, CBRE data show.

 

That all amounts to a harsh reality for landlords carrying empty office space. Vacancy market-wide has risen to 19 percent, the highest it's been in 17 years, Bukowski said. Combined with sublease space, that jumps to 22 percent. Houston ranks among the cities with the highest rates of office vacancy.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Houston-office-market-hit-by-energy-woes-15030520.php#photo-5960613

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On 2/5/2020 at 11:44 AM, Triton said:

 

I personally think this is still a result of the enormous stock of spec offices which were built during previous oil boom cycles, and now it seems like the market is trying to correct this with construction of new office buildings that fit the actual growth and trajectory of growth of the city. We simply have an oversupply of 30-40 year old office buildings from those periods which probably shouldn't have been built in the first place. Interesting enough it actually is a demand market because everyone is focused on new construction and placing their companies in prime locations and places. Its only a supply market when you expand and look at the overall numbers. You take out that stock of spec offices I mentioned and things are doing pretty well. Thats at least how I see it. A problem that a lot of people fall into which is to hyper focus on overall numbers, and median numbers instead of looking deeper into the statistics. Would like another to go deeper on this who actually knows the raw numbers. This is mostly an architectural/urban analysis from what I have seen on the ground. I think at some point there will be choice for the property owners of these outdated, and low value spec offices either demo the site, and bring down the overall numbers to what is actually real for the market, or sit on them and continue to take a lose hoping they can recoup their costs when we have like 3 million more people in the city.

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