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Campanile on Briar Hollow: New Senior Living Apartments in Uptown


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Stopped by the site today.  Awesome looking property.  Had a conversation with the neighbor.  It's actually two homes and some land by the bayou.  The neighbor said apartments would be terrible due to the small road around that bend.  The 4 acres down the street, formerly The Monaco, is owned by a Canadian guy.

 

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This will be Campanile on Briar Hollow.

https://houstontx.gov/housing/publiclegal/notices/2020/07/PGM-MULTIFAMILY_DEVELOPMENTS_JULY_2020_CDBG_DR-E-071720.pdf

 

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Located at the southeast corner of Post Oak Boulevard and Briar Hollow Lane will be an 85-unit mixed income apartment development for seniors. This project will include acquisition and construction. This project is in City Council District G. The City will award up to $6,700,000 in CDBG DR-17 grantfunds for this development.

 

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  • Highrise Tower changed the title to Campanile on Briar Hollow (47 Briar Hollow Ln): New Senior Living Apartments in Uptown
  • Highrise Tower changed the title to Campanile on Briar Hollow: New Senior Living Apartments in Uptown

This project should never have been approved. Where are the environmental, drainage, traffic, and fire department studies.  This property is land locked and there is a legal agreement concerning this property with the adjacent property.  Developer is trying to tell adjacent property what part if any of the legal agreement he will honor. There will be a binding mediation concerning this agreement. The other adjacent property has sued to stop this project. This project should have had all these questions answered before approval. 

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1 hour ago, L. Robertson said:

This project should never have been approved. Where are the environmental, drainage, traffic, and fire department studies.  This property is land locked and there is a legal agreement concerning this property with the adjacent property.  Developer is trying to tell adjacent property what part if any of the legal agreement he will honor. There will be a binding mediation concerning this agreement. The other adjacent property has sued to stop this project. This project should have had all these questions answered before approval. 

 

Was it approved?

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