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324' feet 379 units 481 parking spaces  216 bicycle spaces 13,888 square feet of retail   EDIT: Renderings removed at the demand of Large arts in Collingwood, Australia.

Project: Tower A (Hotel and Condos) Address: 2701 Main Street Houston, TX 77002   Architect: Preston Partnership   Information: A 32-story hotel/co

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5 hours ago, j_cuevas713 said:

Think about the level of density the city will have from the TMC to Downtown if the city approves no parking minimums for Midtown and Eado! The area is already rather dense as it is having that restriction. 

Does the city have that on the agenda to vote on?

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On 10/9/2018 at 9:43 AM, j_cuevas713 said:

Think about the level of density the city will have from the TMC to Downtown if the city approves no parking minimums for Midtown and Eado! The area is already rather dense as it is having that restriction. 

The Red line is going to be even more popular. It's a shame TMC is not on the same axis as the Blue line. That intersection (red and blue if it crossed in TMC) would be something. 

 

I still think McGowan is going to need done transportation upgrades very soon

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3 minutes ago, HoustonIsHome said:

The Red line is going to be even more popular. It's a shame TMC is not on the same axis as the Blue line. That intersection (red and blue if it crossed in TMC) would be something. 

 

I still think McGowan is going to need done transportation upgrades very soon

I honestly thing the next step is making Richmond a BRT line. I think BRT can make huge gains in this city. And what's better is its cheap and easily convertible to rail.

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18 minutes ago, j_cuevas713 said:

I honestly thing the next step is making Richmond a BRT line. I think BRT can make huge gains in this city. And what's better is its cheap and easily convertible to rail.

That's the current plan for the blue line, since there's no funding to make it a full light rail line

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https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2018/10/17/first-look-tour-interiors-of-caydons-apartment.html#g/444061/1

 

 

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By late 2019, the developer will break ground on its mixed-use project that, along with the residential high-rise, will span about three city blocks when complete.

 


The Australian developer is eyeing the Museum District, Montrose and Midtown for future projects.

 

 

Renderings on first page.
 

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1 minute ago, Urbannizer said:

 

Something is wrong with the link Urb. Try it again... this one just sends me back to this page (if its something on my end I will delete this post).

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12 minutes ago, Avossos said:

 

Something is wrong with the link Urb. Try it again... this one just sends me back to this page (if its something on my end I will delete this post).

 

Hm that was odd. I deleted the link and pasted it again, seems to be working now.

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The trees in Rechlin's pic make this area look more aged and beautiful. Love it.

 

But can we have one street downtown lined with beautiful flowering non natives. 

 

I vote for Jatropha trees. Mine survived last winters harsh cold. And it's covered in red flowers almost every day. Thryallis are always covered in flowers too.

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The Australia-based company also shared plans to lease one of the ground-level retail spots to a non-Texas based company. Four or five tenants will occupy the 13K SF space.



 

  "We are in the process of being very specific in who we target," Caydon Chief Operations Officer Derrek LeRouax said. "We don't, as most other developers would, take the first people that come through the door with the highest dollar. We look at it from a perspective of being able to help balance the community."



Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/multifamily/caydon-reveals-model-apartment-for-midtown-high-rise-94056?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
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9 minutes ago, CrockpotandGravel said:

 

 

Wahlburgers may open its Houston location at The Midtown by Caydon. I read in another online forum this is where it may open.

Maybe off topic but I noticed the lot north of Camden McGowen no longer is advertising that it needs a restaurant lessee. Was wondering if that might be the WB location.

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Web page is up for the next phase:

 

https://caydonproperty.com/us/properties/main-st-mid-town-houston

 

2711 Main St

 

  • 1000+ condominiums and retail

 

Vibrant, cosmopolitan and coming soon… the next phase of Caydon’s development in Midtown is about to become a true destination for Houston. Only half a mile from Downtown, right in the heart of Midtown and connected to everything. You’ll soon discover an innovative epicenter with METRORail, Texas Medical Center and life’s must-haves on your doorstep.

 

 

The world’s most liveable city 7 years in a row, Melbourne Australia, is home to vibrant laneways, leading you to hidden treasures, well kept secrets and revealing the city’s soul. Midtown is fast becoming the cosmopolitan center of Houston, and is the ideal setting for Melbourne-style urban rejuvenation. Caydon’s vision for the site is becoming reality with retail, restaurant, apartment, condo and hotel buildings.

 

Designed by Caydon Architecture and Design the statement buildings will include living options to suit everyone. Studio, one and two-bedroom units with contemporary-style interiors and magnificent views will be an exciting place to call home.

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1 hour ago, Naviguessor said:

Condominiums?  Hope so.  

From the website: 

1000+ condominiums and retail
The height of the proposed next phase isn't mentioned. Anyone know how many stories a 1,000 unit condo building might require?

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