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Three weeks ago, Allied Orion broke ground on Block 384 in Downtown. It’s largely funded with EB-5 capital, with the balance capitalized by Allied’s private equity fund. The project (unnamed at this stage) is a participant in the Downtown Living Initiative program. Ricardo tells us the project is 242 units, and will have an amenity/pool deck on the eighth floor.

Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/multifamily/2-multifamily-developers-pick-6-favorite-submarkets-49254?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser

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Agreed, the cathedral has a very beautiful, moving interior, although it's inside a neo-brutalist exterior.

 

I cannot think of any other cathedral that doesn't have windows below the clerestory, and I would honestly like to ask the architect (ZieglerCooper?) why he/she did this.

 

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https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/deal-sheet/this-weeks-houston-deal-sheet-50979

 

Allied Orion Group broke ground on Block 384, a 242-unit multifamily community Downtown. It’ll open in Q3 ’17 at 1825 San Jacinto. Allied Orion partnered with Houston EB5 and ATMA for equity, and BancorpSouth Bank provided debt. The community is designed by Meeks + Partners and will meet the National Green Building Standards Bronze Certification. Pictured are Mayor Pro-Tem Ed Gonzalez, Houston EB5’s Emilio Guzman and Roberto Contreras, BancorpSouth’s Dick Sadka and Steve Smith, Allied Orion’s Ricardo Rivas and Tim Myers, ATMA’s Rene Bremauntz and Allied Orion’s Kirk Tate.

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It's part of the DLI incentives program, right? They have to have a retail component to qualify, I believe..

 

I thought that was the case as well, but there's no mention of retail for this one.

 

I'm eager to see the final product, one of the better designed mid-rises for Houston.

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