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3300 Main by PM Realty Group: 30-story, 336-unit high-rise

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12 hours ago, Avossos said:

Just 1 year of construction??

That's a storm water permit?  I guess it could be, as it says in the first column, "the date that the disturbed soils are stabilized."  

 

 

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5 hours ago, UtterlyUrban said:

That's a storm water permit?  I guess it could be, as it says in the first column, "the date that the disturbed soils are stabilized."  

 

 

 

Yes, but the date can be changed at any time by submitting a Notice of Change to the TCEQ. So take with a grain of salt.

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They must be doing interior demo only right now, not much has changed on the outside but the mounds of trash seem bigger.

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12 hours ago, Urbannizer said:

Via Swamplot:

 

3300-main-demo-10-27.jpg

I know someone looking for a job that could help speed this along.

 

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Just drove by and they do have at least one.

 

32 minutes ago, Dustin said:

I love the smell of dust and rubble in the morning. :lol:

 

Does anyone know if they have water trucks out there to keep the dust down? I didn't see any in the pictures provided.

 

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I found this in the MMD Annual Report:

 

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The Authority continues holds the property located at 3300 Main Street within the Zone to assist in mitigating blight and incentivizing redevelopment.    During fiscal year 2014 the Authority received a contract to purchase this property by a private developer. In Fiscal Year 2016, the Fifth Amendment to the contract extended the closing of 3300 Main Street to June 1, 2016, and then the Sixth Amendment extended the closing to December 30, 2016 and provides for the demolition of the improvements on the property to be completed by October 30, 2016.

 

source: http://houstonmidtown.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/FS-2016-Midtown-Redevelopment-Authority-final-report.pdf

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3 hours ago, brijonmang said:

@phillip_white you will become a HAIF legend if you can provide videos like this on a somewhat regular basis. Great stuff, thank you for doing this. 

I actually had someone approach me with a paid gig while I was setting up for this flight and another one at Hardy Yards this past weekend (see YouTube), so the pleasure is all mine! :D

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6 hours ago, EllenOlenska said:

Fantastic @phillip_white. I don't mean to be greedy, but may I request one over where the Australian is building several blocks north-northeast? 

Funny you mention that.  I was actually thinking about looking for open windows on the upper floor so that I might be able to fly inside...

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17 hours ago, MidCenturyModMan said:

May I ask what type of drone/camera system you are using @phillip_white?

DJI Phantom 3 Pro with integrated 4k camera.

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http://www.chron.com/business/real-estate/article/PMRG-closes-on-Midtown-multifamily-site-10832895.php

 

Houston developer PMRG has closed on a Midtown site where it plans to build hundreds of luxury apartments along the light rail line.



 

The company said construction will begin "in the near term," but offered no other specifics

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Did this one grow in height? A subscriber-content article from the HBJ has it at 40-stories.

 

http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2017/01/23/brokers-trio-of-record-breaking-real-estate-deals.html

 

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PM Realty Group purchased a 1.15-acre site at 3300 Main St. in Midtown. The Houston developer plans to build a 40-story, 336-unit apartment tower on the site. PMRG closed on the land in late December, after also struggling to find capital partners amid the energy downturn. The developer demolished a former city of Houston code enforcement building on the site last year, and hopes to start construction on the apartment project this year.

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Is this the one that's supposed to be going up across from the pearl Whole Foods (the Courtlandtt I think)?

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No this one is going to be on Main street next to Match and catty corner to the CVS on Elgin

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If you look at the rendering you will notice the rail lines on the bottom right corner and the large protruding awning is the front of MATCH, which  I believe is at the corner of Mcgowan and Main.

Just to remind those naysayers that the rail wouldn't bring any development.

What do you say now?

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On 1/27/2017 at 9:33 AM, bobruss said:

If you look at the rendering you will notice the rail lines on the bottom right corner and the large protruding awning is the front of MATCH, which  I believe is at the corner of Mcgowan and Main.

Just to remind those naysayers that the rail wouldn't bring any development.

What do you say now?

 

Not a naysayer, but Midtown's development has been strange. Western Midtown, along Bagby and W Gray to the North got developed before we started significantly filling in the pieces along the rail in the last 2 years. A boutique hotel would go great along this stretch of the rail. 

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Im speaking to the overall development up and down Main from downtown through the Med center.

A boutique hotel would be great and Im sure one will come along.

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Looks like the 40-story count was bogus. FAA filing for the crane shows construction will begin in the coming months.

 

https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=336840964&row=12

 

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Structure Type: Crane

 


 

Structure Height: 369'

 

Work Schedule: 10/02/2017 to 04/01/2019

 

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