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Any updates on 800 Bell (former Exxon Building)?

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Don't know if anything is really happening, but recently bit the bullet and got a Houston Business Journal sub. So far I'm not regretting it. Found this on the site:

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Anyone have any other info on this?

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It's on Tellepsen's site https://commercial.tellepsen.com/project/shorenstein-realty-800-bell-redevelopment/

 

From the City permit site:

Project No: 19070440
Date : 2019/07/09 00:00:00
USE : (EPR) 25,592 SQ FT HI-RISE OFFICE REMODE
Owner/Occupant : *800 BELL MARKETING FLOOR
Job Address : 800 BELL ST FL 35 77002
Valuation : $ 994,000
Permit Type : 13
FCC Group : Non-Residential Alteration
Buyer : *TELLEPSEN
Address : 777 BENMAR 77060
Phone : (281) 272-4929

 

35th floor remodel for a marketing office?

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37 minutes ago, Ross said:

It's on Tellepsen's site https://commercial.tellepsen.com/project/shorenstein-realty-800-bell-redevelopment/

 

From the City permit site:

Project No: 19070440
Date : 2019/07/09 00:00:00
USE : (EPR) 25,592 SQ FT HI-RISE OFFICE REMODE
Owner/Occupant : *800 BELL MARKETING FLOOR
Job Address : 800 BELL ST FL 35 77002
Valuation : $ 994,000
Permit Type : 13
FCC Group : Non-Residential Alteration
Buyer : *TELLEPSEN
Address : 777 BENMAR 77060
Phone : (281) 272-4929

 

35th floor remodel for a marketing office?

 

I guess it's to show tenants what a finished office will look like with views and all. They must smell some prey to be doing this now. I really hope they don't knock away one of the solar fins since I'm still hoping this thing falls through and the existing appearance of the building is saved.

 

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35 minutes ago, H-Town Man said:

 

I guess it's to show tenants what a finished office will look like with views and all. They must smell some prey to be doing this now. I really hope they don't knock away one of the solar fins since I'm still hoping this thing falls through and the existing appearance of the building is saved.

 

 

Very true. The building is a real modernist gem, but its even more so because its modernism with a contextual edge. Took some nice photos of the fins. I'll have to post them later.

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21 minutes ago, Purdueenginerd said:

Just shy of 1 million dollars for the contract amount seems quite low for what has been shown in renderings, IMO. 

 

 

 

I am guessing that is just to refit a floor for marketing efforts. 

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