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Drove somebody to the Social security office next door and decided to take some pics with my girlfriends iphone.

Turns out i was capturing video, so i had to take most of these as screenshots from the vids.

I officially accept the nomination for worst photographer of the year. but bad pics are better than no pics.

Still not sure what they are building.









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Sorry, I was confused about the exact location, thanks for clarifying. That other location at 8811 Lakes at 610 Drive appears to be another 319 unit apartment project by Grayco Partners called "Lakeside". http://www.smartapartmentdata.com/share/Reports/Houston_Construction.pdf

Houston's intown apartment construction is getting crazy... which is a good thing!

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Took some pics of this today and visited the website.

CityLake is a four-story, 319-unit multifamily development currently under construction in Houston, Texas. The community is located on the I-610 South Loop, a prime development location that is rapidly becoming a destination in the market. The property boasts convenient access to major freeways and employment centers, with quick access to the Texas Medical Center. Apartment units surround two interior courtyards, with a third courtyard featuring a resort-style pool and overlooking a landscaped lake for the residents’ enjoyment and recreation. Amenities will include a state-of-the-art fitness facility, resident recreation room and business/conference center. Interiors of the homes will feature nine-foot ceilings, granite kitchen countertops with custom backsplash and undercabinet lighting, crown moulding throughout, washer and dryer in each apartment, spacious closets and intrusion alarms. CityLake is expected to open in early 2013.





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As impressed as I am at all the new development that is sprouting up in that area, I can't help but think that we're witnessing the emergence of a 21st-century version of Gulfton. Lots and lots of density, some industrial mixed in, and very limited private affluence without any meaningful public amenities that might anchor what little affluence is there.

Oh well. Poor people gotta go somewhere, right? I hope that HISD's demographer has some foresight.

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  • The title was changed to Aspire At 610: Multifamily At 8900 Lakes At 610 Dr.

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