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Alta West Alabama: Multifamily At 3623 W. Alabama St.


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Chateau Domingue Has Checked Out of Its Euro-Centric W. Alabama Showroom off Edloe

 

http://swamplot.com/chateau-domingue-has-checked-out-of-its-euro-centric-w-alabama-showroom-off-edloe/2018-03-06/

 

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Longtime Upper Kirby resident Chateau Domingue has packed up the floor tiles, doorknobs, and candlesticks at its former W. Alabama St. showroom just west of Edloe St. and left for a new location in Timbergrove. An entity connected to energy businessman Douglas Foshee bought the building that housed the antique furniture and building materials store at the end of 2016. Fencing went up around the site last week, and on Friday, a permit was filed to disconnect the structure from the city’s sewer system — typically a sign that a demolition is imminent.

Chateau Domingue’s old location is abutted on one side by a complex of warehouse buildings that runs south from W. Alabama toward the middle of the block. At its new location on W. 12th St. between Hempstead and Seamist Dr., the showroom is now hugged entirely by industrial structures.

 

 

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On 3/13/2018 at 10:35 AM, AREJAY said:

It's next door neighbor (3613) is on the demo report today.

 

A JLL billboard from street view has this site as 3 acres and is no longer listed on their site. Is there a project proposed for this site? I couldn't find anything 

http://swamplot.com/daily-demolition-report-rescinded/2018-03-13/#comments

Not sure whether something has been proposed, but this 3 acre site was sold to the same group that bought 3621 W Alabama.  There sure is a lot of interest on W Alabama between Kirby and Weslayan.  Excited to see some of the projects along this stretch come to fruition in the coming years.

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On 9/5/2018 at 7:20 PM, Urbannizer said:

Alta West Alabama by Wood Partners, on the current Houston Planning Commission Agenda.

 

Is the agenda online? Can't seem to find it. 

 

Edit: found it. Feel free to delete comment. 

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From what I can tell, this parcel is similar in size to the portion of land north of the Venue Museum District, which Hines just acquired.  Hines only got one-half of the land to the north, with the other occupied by a now-closed bar. If Hines can acquire the other parcel, I wonder if they'd be interested in building something of the scope as what was designed by MASA Studio.  It'd be a nice complement to the Southmore.

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https://www.edi-international.com/alta-west-alabama

 

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This project is 4-story Type 3A wood frame construction above a 2-story Type 1A concrete cast-in-place parking structure and includes 304 multi-family apartment units ranging in size from 687 to 1,859 SF. Sited on 3.6 acres at 83 DU/AC, the project includes 453 parking spaces and is currently in the design phase.

 

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https://www.newswire.com/news/wood-partners-announces-groundbreaking-of-alta-west-alabama-in-houston-20937678

 

HOUSTON, July 1, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Wood Partners, a national leader in multi-family real estate development and acquisition, announced earlier today the groundbreaking of its newest luxury residential community — Alta West Alabama — in Houston, Texas.

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