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Tanglewood Medical: N Wynden Dr @ South Post Oak Ln

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this new edifice upon our horizon, is indeed fascinating, and not to mention very cool.  however, one cannot help but think of a block of ice while trying to figure it out.


all i can think of is..... wow!


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The page for this project has the address listed as "22 Waugh Dr", but the commercial page says North Wynden.

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http://www.wylieassociates.com/?sec=projects&sec2=commercial&project=100

- 350,000 SF, Two & Three Level Shell Retail & Entertainment Podium

- 242,000 SF, Shell Office Loft Building

 

They've added more info:

 

 

- 310,000 GSF, 11-story office building

- Ground Floor Restaurant & Retail Space

- Fitness Center

- Meeting Spaces for Tenant Use

- 313,000 GSF, 3-Level, Below-Grade Parking Garage for 878 cars

- Pursuing LEED® Certification

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Curious. Not familiar with the old Masraff's location. Would this be off Post Oak Ln?

I looked it up. It's a little street just northwest of post oak and uptown park blvd

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I believe this is the site of a wedding venue called the Wynden. My buddy is getting married there in February, and he said they told him that it'll be torn down shortly after.

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It looks like this proposal may be a part of this mixed-use development.

An applicant for the potential mixed-use has filed a replat to create an unrestricted reserve and the site for this project is included:

http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/30420-new-mixed-use-development-between-uptown-park-and-s-post-oak-lane/?p=506009

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wow! That interior.. Reminds me of the BBVA Compass Plaza at 2200 Post Oak Boulevard.  They also had a (curved) wood ceiling design.

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Previous design\

 

https://archinect.com/people/project/22501975/houston-commercial-building/124291728#&gid=1&pid=2

 

A master plan was prepared to provide a development vision for a 14-acre site. The site features a natural ravine and a direct connection to the region’s signature open space. Our design approach extends this amenity to accommodate 1.8 million square feet of office, retail, conference and residential use. The building shown in detail here is  the first building resulting from the master plan. The Building is designed to meet LEED gold and will be completed in 2017

 

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That is the type of architecture I want to start seeing in Houston! More daring and visually striking would bring a lot of attention to the city.

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Hate it.

The type of architecture I want to see in Houston are ones that interact more with their surroundings. this has very little ground floor interaction. Really hate that long stretch of wall on the bttm floors on the southern side

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8 hours ago, HoustonIsHome said:

Hate it.

The type of architecture I want to see in Houston are ones that interact more with their surroundings. this has very little ground floor interaction. Really hate that long stretch of wall on the bttm floors on the southern side

 

It looks to me like most of the ground floor on the southern side is glass, and completely interactive with the surroundings.

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Went to the site today. Here's the project billboard, address, and contractors parking lot.   The site was (I guess) around the corner from the contractors parking lot. I'll take a photo next time.

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I kinda sorta like this building. I'd like in a street grid certainly. Pity they had to show me the great keeling ship building they had planned

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I'm pretty sure the equipment is related to ongoing utility work on Post Oak Lane.  The crew has been working south from the 4 Oaks complex over the last few months.

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This one is off to a slow start. I saw spools of colored tubing at the site today. Not sure if that's COH PWE related 

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Ellen did you see the posting on July 14th of the billboard with a rendering of the actual building. Nothing like the conceptual rendering posted earlier by Urbannizer.

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Saw concrete being poured.  Sadly, it was only extra.  Not related to the project. The engineer and I talked about McNair's future plan of the site and area.  Big improvements coming.

 

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The COH equipment is gone.

 

I was told McNair Interests owns this land and has a lot of improvements planned.  McNair wants to upgrade the utilities and streetscape around S. Post Oak Ln.

 

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New Loopnet listing.

https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/S-Post-Oak-Ln-And-Wynden-Dr-Houston-TX/17543114/

 

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