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Palm Center Development, Griggs Rd. near MLK Blvd.

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  The Houston Business Development, Inc. on Tuesday July 12 issued a Request For Qualifications (RFQs) to identify an experienced, qualified, developer team to plan and co-develop parcels totaling about 20 acres located in the southeast area of Houston.


The site, commonly referred to as Palm Center, is owned by HBDi and the developer will act as a partner with HBDi to create a sustainable, medium density, mixed use, transit oriented development. The RFQ sets forth the project goals, explains selection criteria, and provides statement of qualifications and submittal requirements that the master development team must address in the proposal.


For additional information, interested parties may obtain a copy of the RFQ document at HBDi, 5330 Griggs Road, Houston, Texas 77021 or download a PDF copy here. The deadline for submission of proposals is 4 p.m., October 11, 2016.


Developers must take into account that Palm Center-BTC will be on a Metrorail route and will be adjacent to a light rail station. At present, HBDi foresees development of parcels within the project site proceeding in five (possibly six) sections or phases.



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Huh? It specifically says "mixed use", which is admittedly non-specific, but both Cityside Crossing and the Village at Palm Center include residential, not to mention Oasis Townhomes. Since this is just an RFQ, there's no way to know what all will be proposed for the district as a whole, but I have to imagine that the Palm Center itself will be, at a minimum, heavily altered.

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