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17 minutes ago, cspwal said:

I'm having trouble understanding where this will be

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Forgive my crude MS Paint job but I hope this helps you visualize. Brown for building, blue for pool. grey for parking, and green for weird wedding lawn in in the rendering.

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Yes. We need more quality developments like this in the immediate area to help counteract the proposed affordable housing developments (one of which will be right to the east of this, if I’m not mistaken).

 

Speaking of which, whatever happened with that proposal for the multi-family building on Fox and N. Nagle? The renderings for it looked very similar to this.

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21 minutes ago, thedistrict84 said:

Yes. We need more quality developments like this in the immediate area to help counteract the proposed affordable housing developments (one of which will be right to the east of this, if I’m not mistaken).

 

Speaking of which, whatever happened with that proposal for the multi-family building on Fox and N. Nagle? The renderings for it looked very similar to this.

Last I heard, the Buffalo Bayou Partnership was suing the project because something related to sidewalks.

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11 hours ago, thedistrict84 said:

Guess the apartments are back on, good news for the area. We definitely need some more market-rate apartments in the area.


The unit count seems a bit small, so I’m assuming these will be larger units?

It also mentions podium parking at 5 stories. I'm interested to see how this will look. It's a huge lot for just 50 units. Fingers crossed for the green lawn still making it in the final product.

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17 hours ago, thedistrict84 said:

Guess the apartments are back on, good news for the area. We definitely need some more market-rate apartments in the area.


The unit count seems a bit small, so I’m assuming these will be larger units?

FWIW, I believe these are going to be condos instead of traditional MF. 

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32 minutes ago, burt said:

FWIW, I believe these are going to be condos instead of traditional MF. 

Heck, that’s even better. Now when somebody talks about “all of those condos in the East End” in an attempt to denigrate townhomes, at least they won’t be completely wrong.

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4 hours ago, ljchou said:

What happened to the 800 Middle Street affordable housing development plans?

I believe there is an ongoing TCEQ investigation into one of the tracts that make up the larger property relating to contamination.

There was also a notice and comment period with the City of Houston regarding environmental and infrastructure impact, which ended in October. I had submitted comments at that time, given the scale of the property and the inherent issues with access and overwhelming traffic given the narrow ROW of neighborhood streets nearby.

I have not heard anything since. 

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3 hours ago, Highrise Tower said:

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This is a few blocks away from the other development by the same name, which seems odd. Also no "Phase I" or "Phase II" designation, which probably wouldn't make sense anyway given that the lots are not contiguous. 

I will note that they were doing soil sampling at the 415 N Charles address a month or so ago, so something large is definitely planned to go there. Apartments above a parking structure makes perfect sense, given how low that lot lies. 

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A bit more info from a different thread:

 

http://paduarealty.com/#our-work

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Looks to be a passive investment company/shell for obtaining Qualified Opportunity Zone for tax benefits:

https://www.bizapedia.com/tx/eeob-opportunity-zone-fund-llc.html

Qualified Opportunity Zone:

https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/businesses/opportunity-zones

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6 hours ago, Highrise Tower said:

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This is a different project than the project adjacent to the silos. Same developer though. The N. St. Charles lot is bound by N. Live Oak, Parkview Bayou Dr. (formerly Kennedy St.), and N. St. Charles. It is shaded in orange/red on one of the previous posts that includes a map. 

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Is this the same development? I was looking at this thread and clicked @Urbannizer's link.

 

http://www.andersoncanyon.net/portfolio.html

I noticed under "Multi-Family Residential Developments" there's a project called "East End on the Bayou"

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Looks like it reads Nagle Street on this last image.

When you go to http://www.paduarealty.com/#our-work these are the images that come up.

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That looks to be the right project, I noticed Freund St. on the renders as well. Good find.

From what I recall, Padua is the developer that owns a lot of land in the area and has been very vocally against HHA’s proposed EaDo 800 project nearby. A few of the townhomes represented in the last two photos have already been built, and there are more slated to be constructed along N. Live Oak, by the silos.

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