Jump to content

Recommended Posts

  • 4 weeks later...
  • 2 months later...

Looks like they are getting ready to break ground on the multifamily building.  Submitted Expedited permit app yesterday.

Project Details
 
Project No: 21083542
Date : 2022/05/10 00:00:00
USE : NEW 93441 SF APARTMENT BUILDING 1-5-3-R2
Owner/Occupant : *TRITEN EADO-THE MILL
Job Address : 2315 NAVIGATION BLVD BLD 5 77003
Valuation : $ 0
Permit Type : EC
FCC Group : Apartments
Buyer : RIOS JASMINE
Address : 11665 FUQUA ST STE E507 77034
Phone : (832) 250-6429
  • Like 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

13 minutes ago, DotCom said:

Looks like they are getting ready to break ground on the multifamily building.  

Excellent! There was a bunch of equipment (cats, scissor lifts, and some other minor equipment) across the street at the old Alamo Tamales place today, I wonder if it is related. Not sure what scissor lifts would be for at this stage, but idk.

Alternatively, maybe Marquette is ready to move forward with their remodel of the rest of the lot in front of Forth.

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

51 minutes ago, JBTX said:

Excellent! There was a bunch of equipment (cats, scissor lifts, and some other minor equipment) across the street at the old Alamo Tamales place today, I wonder if it is related. Not sure what scissor lifts would be for at this stage, but idk.

Alternatively, maybe Marquette is ready to move forward with their remodel of the rest of the lot in front of Forth.

Could it be for the roundabout? Scissor lift for light poles?

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 hours ago, hindesky said:

Could it be for the roundabout? Scissor lift for light poles?

Great point. It's a bit further off from the roundabout. Honestly, until the permit app for the Mill was posted today, I would have expected that lot to be used for staging.

That said, you're probably right.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

18 hours ago, DotCom said:

Looks like they are getting ready to break ground on the multifamily building.  Submitted Expedited permit app yesterday.

Project Details
 
Project No: 21083542
Date : 2022/05/10 00:00:00
USE : NEW 93441 SF APARTMENT BUILDING 1-5-3-R2
Owner/Occupant : *TRITEN EADO-THE MILL
Job Address : 2315 NAVIGATION BLVD BLD 5 77003
Valuation : $ 0
Permit Type : EC
FCC Group : Apartments
Buyer : RIOS JASMINE
Address : 11665 FUQUA ST STE E507 77034
Phone : (832) 250-6429

Can you explain what an Expedited Com permit does? I was trying to google and couldn't find anything relevant. Thanks!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 months later...
2 hours ago, hindesky said:

 

 

3CjXuBq.png

Unless these buildings are tiny, does this plan imply that the ROW in the middle of the project is the existing (and very active) rail line? If so, does that mean that Phase 1 is abutted against the Gas Station and Subway?

Hard to imagine that this would all be fit between Navigation and the rail line.

Edited by JBTX
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, JBTX said:

Unless these buildings are tiny, does this plan imply that the ROW in the middle of the project is the existing (and very active) rail line? If so, does that mean that Phase 1 is abutted against the Gas Station and Subway?

Hard to imagine that this would all be fit between Navigation and the rail line.

No, the rail line is at the top of this image. North is to the RIGHT. (edited)

The distance from the rail to the new street in the middle of the project (the approx width of the multifamily project) is a little under 300'

3 hours ago, hindesky said:
Quote

At Forth at Navigation, a luxury apartment community that opened last year across the street from The Mill site, the project’s 300 units are 94 percent occupied with rents ranging between $1,700 to $3,700, according to the developer, Chicago-based Marquette. When Marquette first acquired land for the site there weren’t many newer luxury apartments in the vicinity, so the developer wasn’t sure how quickly the project would lease, said Darren Sloniger, president of Marquette.

“I thought it would take it couple years to fully lease, but we leased up and stabilized it in nine months,” Sloniger said. “I never would have guessed that would happen.”

He attributes the fast lease-up to the project’s Chicago-style steel and concrete architecture, but also because it filled a demand for high-end apartments in the up-and-coming neighborhood. In 2021, Marquette also bought a 244-unit older apartment project nearby, East End Lofts, which the firm is renovating. Sloniger thinks more residents will seek out the area’s proximity to downtown.

Damn!

No wonder this project is moving forward.

Edited by wilcal
  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

10 minutes ago, wilcal said:

No, the rail line is at the top of this image. North is to the left. 

The distance from the rail to the new street in the middle of the project (the approx width of the multifamily project) is a little under 300'

 

Correct that the rail line is at the top of the image.  But North is not to the left.  North is in the direction of the upper right-hand corner of the image.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

It makes way more sense for the rail line to be on the boundary of the project, as opposed to through the middle of it. That said, it seems like the lot is a bit too small for all those buildings. It looks lovely though and I'm all for more dense projects, so fine by me.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I don't think this one was posted above. From the Chronicle

Across the street from The Mill site, Chicago developer Marquette opened a new 300-unit upscale apartment project called Forth at Navigation.

Quote

The boutique office project will wraparound the existing brick building on the site. The start of the office construction has not been scheduled, but in the interim, Triten plans to clean up the brick building and enhance the grounds so that it can be turned into a temporary art gallery, beer garden or space for live music or an artisan market.

 

 

 

  • Like 8
Link to comment
Share on other sites

14 hours ago, 79ta said:

I don't think this one was posted above. From the Chronicle

Across the street from The Mill site, Chicago developer Marquette opened a new 300-unit upscale apartment project called Forth at Navigation.

 

 

 

This is Forth across the street

Quote from article under this photo “Across the street from The Mill site, Chicago developer Marquette opened a new 300-unit upscale apartment project called Forth at Navigation.”

 

Edited by I'm Not a Robot
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Triten Real Estate Partners has awarded Colliers the retail leasing assignment for The Mill, a mixed-use development planned for retail, office and apartments at the corner of Canal and Navigation in the East End. Wade Greene and Hannah Tosch of Colliers will lead the assignment. Phase one, slated for completion in 2024, will consist of a 341-unit apartment complex with 6,072 square feet of retail space for a restaurant and marketplace. Phase two will have 25,000 square feet of retail space and six levels of office space totaling 90,000 square feet.

  • Like 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Additional renderings of the Mill not posted to the forum. The Mill is a mixed-use development coming to 2315 Navigation Blvd.


Recently added to Michael Hsu Office Of Architecture's website:

https://hsuoffice.com/project/the-mill/



Unnamed residential / multifamily at the Mill 
KZ3dXQw.jpg


Unnamed residential / multifamily at the Mill
KbbdPjf.jpg


D6CWIuj.jpg


eDKyMxg.jpg




Renderings of the unnamed residential portion of the Mill. The renderings are from the Mill's site.

https://www.themillhouston.com/


JAe31R9.jpg


R3totzz.jpg

63YZYPK.jpg


yII4LAL.jpg

Edited by IntheKnowHouston
  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Collier is the retail leasing agent for the Mill, the mixed-use development coming to 2315 Navigation Blvd.

The real estate office recently released a retail leasing brochure for phase one. Phase one includes residential with ground floor retail at 2219 Canal St. There are two ground floor retail units. One is for a grocery store / market and the other for a restaurant concept:
 

  • Grocery Store / Market: 2,177 sf
  • Restaurant: 3,859 sf



https://www.colliers.com/en/properties/for-lease-retail-space-available-at-the-mill/usa-2315-navigation-blvd-houston-tx-77003/usa1104797

https://colliershouston.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/property/TheMill_MF_Retail_Printable_Brochure_Colliers_ID1104797.pdf



ypkJ6I7.jpg



3sIQ6J0.jpg



Phase one retail highlighted
lfsJT8G.jpg




Renderings showing various views of the ground floor retail for phase one (at least one previously posted a few pages back)
sWTQaaK.jpg



Unit for boutique grocery store or market (restaurant to the right)
vaIfQO4.jpg



Other views of the restaurant unit
B8DuodA.jpg


3v5cMp0.jpg




Site plan for phase one ground floor retail units
3ZcH3Br.jpg

Edited by IntheKnowHouston
  • Like 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Although the unit for the market or boutique grocery store unit at 2219 Canal is available for lease, does anyone know if Foxtrot Market has its eye on the Mill? 

Foxtrot is shown in renderings for the mixed-use development at 2315 Navigation Blvd. I know retail markers are used to market a development or used in proposed merchandising plans. But does anyone have any insight? Last year, Foxtrot announced it will expand its footprint into several markets including Houston.

https://foxtrotco.com/

https://www.supermarketnews.com/retail-financial/foxtrot-plans-aggressive-expansion-50-new-stores-over-two-years


 

On 3/3/2021 at 5:23 PM, Urbannizer said:


p8EKrlK.jpg

 


 

On 4/13/2021 at 2:15 PM, cjmalek said:

DojDA7a.jpg

 

Edited by IntheKnowHouston
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

A few of the retail concepts and attractions in mind for the Mill, the mixed-use development coming to 2315 Navigation Blvd.


From the retail leasing brochure:

https://colliershouston.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/property/TheMill_MF_Retail_Printable_Brochure_Colliers_ID1104797.pdf
 

  • Urban market & grocery 
  • Local roast coffee house 
  • Artisan wine shop 
  • Walk-up window & fast-casual concepts 
  • High intensity group fitness 
  • Modern beauty salon 
  • Men's barber shop 
  • Outdoor patio & event space 
  • Outdoor beer garden 


zGW0jc2.jpg
 

  • Like 7
Link to comment
Share on other sites

20 hours ago, pm91 said:

Imma be that guy. Can they fix Runnels and turn the navigation Jensen intersection into a roundabout already?? 

There has been a fair amount of utility work in the area recently that I presume is part of the roundabout project as it was being performed on all four sides. Hopefully the project is on its way.

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...
  • 2 weeks later...
  • 3 weeks later...

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
×
×
  • Create New...