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What's up with the Cushman & Wakefield land at the intersection of Stella Link & Willowbend? The land is also boundaries S. Main street.

 

The Cushman & Wakefield sign has been there for over a decade.  Why isn't anybody buying it I wonder?

 

Loopnet listing:

https://www.loopnet.com/listing/stella-link-rd-houston-tx/9142740/

 

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New ‘urban walkable’ community southwest of Texas Medical Center moves forward

https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/03/26/new-urban-walkable-community-southwest-of-texas.html

 

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A new residential community southwest of the Texas Medical Center is moving ahead.

 

Houston-based InTown Homes’ Willowbend Green will be “an urban walkable residential neighborhood” near the intersection of Stella Link and Willowbend, according to a variance application submitted to the city planning commission.

 

The developer is asking the commission to not require a public right-of-way through the first 10-acre section. It’ll be similar to other InTown Homes communities Fannin Station and Kolbe Farms, where home prices start at $360,000 and $375,000, respectively, according to the company's website.

 

Willowbend Green’s first phase will include 93 homes, a dog park, playground and pool area, agenda documents show.

 

Requests for comment from Houston-based developer Frank Liu, founder of InTown Homes, or his team weren’t immediately returned.

 

Liu, through affiliate entity Stella Link Investments Ltd., bought two tracts of land in 2007 from the biotech company Tanox Inc. for $10 million, records from the Harris County district clerk show. One portion became retail and office space, while the other remained empty, the Houston Business Journal previously reported.

 

In 2009, Stella Link Ltd. sold about 4 acres to Harmony Public Schools’ Cosmos Foundation for the campus. The land marked for Willowbend Green was appraised at $3.3 million in 2018.

 

Willowbend Green will sit about a mile from another planned project in southwest Houston, Avondale on Main Street.

 

Atlanta-based PulteGroup Inc. (NYSE: PHM) is planning a new 145-home community on 11 acres at the southeast corner of South Main and West Belfort, HBJ previously reported. The gated community will have two- and three-story floor plans similar to those in Pulte’s Hollister Oaks community in Spring Branch.

 

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That was a decent little par 3 golf course when I lived nearby in the early 80's. Amazing nothing other than those buildings in the middle have gone up.

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Only a matter of time before new development made its way south outside the loop on Stella Link. This parcel and others round it have very easy Med Center access, particularly with the large TMC3 expansion.

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7 hours ago, balrog said:

Only a matter of time before new development made its way south outside the loop on Stella Link. This parcel and others round it have very easy Med Center access, particularly with the large TMC3 expansion.

 

 

Imagine the growth/development that would have taken place in this area if UT had been able to build their research campus. 

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