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It doesn't look as tall as i thought it would.  Also, they are not using the same materials and color scheme as the rendering.  It looks good, but wow - the retail is so close to the street.

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6 hours ago, TowermaniacXD said:

Actually its elliptical. 

 

 

Your right. It is nice. I like the southern elevation of the other building. Nice variety of glazing.

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13 hours ago, Timoric said:

Speaking of a nice variety of glazing, I am eating a 25 pack of Dunkin Donut Munchkins before my wife gets home from her flight, they have this full-sized replica of the Parthenon in Nashville - not sure why . Happy Friday it is.

It was constructed for the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition (a.k.a. a giant State Fair) celebrating 100 years of Tennessee in the Union. 

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From wesleyan to Shepherd and 59 to westheimer is really starting to fill in. 

I love these kinds of shots. It makes it so clear how dense this area is becoming.  In twenty years this area will be

like the med center. Theres a synergy that's developing along Kirby and I think its going to continue to spread to greenway plaza.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 4/2/2017 at 10:46 PM, quietstorm said:

Great shot!  Is that the Williams (Transco) shadow?

That it is. 

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Crane coming down May 30 - June 2.  The 3200 block of Lake Street will be closed for dismantling it.

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wow! i am impressed with this development the more i see it! 

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On 7/4/2017 at 6:11 PM, Twitter1 said:

Saw this on Friday.


Great addition to Upper Kirby!

Seriously, a wonderful addition. It actually made me smile driving north on Kirby from 59.

 

I hope the city can maintain the roads and intersections, felt like I was visiting Houston for the first time.

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17 hours ago, Twitter1 said:

View from Central Market's 2nd story patio

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m-e-h.  needs more density

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Like the catch of the pigeon's wings mid-flight. 

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The roof top was lit up in all its glory the last few nights. Wow, eye popping! 

 

The lighting was the brightest that I've seen in all of Houston. Definitely a show stopper. I will try to get a pic tonight. 

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http://www.chron.com/business/real-estate/article/Upper-Kirby-mixed-use-project-inks-first-office-12393420.php

 



Thor Equities has inked its first office leases within Kirby Collection, a large mixed-use project under construction in Upper Kirby.

The New York developer signed long-term leases with Hancock Whitney Bank, Novum Energy Trading and Regency Centers totalling 36,775 square feet. The deals are indicative of companies' growing appetite for office space within larger mixed-use projects where workers can not only work, but live, eat and play. Move-ins are expected to begin in the second quarter of 2018.

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On 11/30/2017 at 1:13 PM, HoustonMidtown said:

Apartment/Loft Prices:

 

https://www.apartments.com/the-residences-at-kirby-collection-houston-tx/d7vxn0k/

 

To park in the parking garage costs an extra $300/month ?

 

 

 

You're always paying for parking. This just makes it explicit. I like it.

 

The rate isn't unreasonable. If you figure construction cost of the garage, plus the dirt underneath it, it probably comes out to around 15% ROI. Contract rates downtown for 24-hr availability run around $200-$350.

 

 

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I think they do that because if anyone is like me, i would have to sell my vehicle just to be able to afford to live there! yay metro!!! ;) 

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