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where would this be?
Somewhere along Woodway. I wish there was more information given to determine the exact location.
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where would this be?
On somebody's hard drive, at least for the foreseeable future.
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This one, however, is going up, according to witnesses at HAIF:

https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8622/...c28fe53f_h.jpg
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Allen Center Redevelopment: New renderings; a different design. Said to be moving forward still with an official announcement coming soon.









Post Oak Central: Back in 2011, a proposal was made to add retail components to POC. The project would also give POC a more pedestrian-friendly experience. New renderings have surfaced that suggest that this is once again an active proposal.









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609 Main at Texas: 2/20 by Howard Huge on HAIF

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HCC Coleman Campus: The Coleman Campus in the TMC will add a second building. Construction begins in May.

http://www.hccs.edu/district/departm...oleman-campus/

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The Coleman Campus at the Texas Medical Center will construct a new facility with larger areas for current programs on approximately 1.5 acres, across the street from the existing building located in 1900 Pressler Street, Houston, TX 77030. There will be approximately 243,200 GSF of new classroom and clinical instruction space built. Construct a new building for a state of the art healthcare education facility. The facility will include lab spaces, classroom spaces, an auditorium/multipurpose room, student areas, faculty areas, reception, administrative offices, a bookstore, a food court, and a student services center.


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That's actually a nice looking concept.
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Sweet. Also, a few blocks from the light rail stop.
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River Oaks District



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http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...st-luxury.html

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Exclusive: Details emerge on first luxury condo high-rise in The Woodlands

The Woodlands Development Co. plans to build a 22- to 26-story luxury condominium tower near The Woodlands Waterway.

The longtime Houston-area developer — a wholly owned subsidiary of Dallas-based The Howard Hughes Corp.(NYSE: HHC) — has been quietly working on its first residential high-rise in The Woodlands.

Jim Carman, Howard Hughes' director of building development, told the Houston Business Journal the condo tower will be between 22 and 26 stories, depending on unit sales. Floor plans have not been finalized, but each floor is expected to have up to four units with possible penthouses having fewer units. The tower will have approximately 90 units in total, and will have an upscale and contemporary design, Carman said.

The Woodlands Development Co. hopes to break ground on the project later this year, Carman said. The site is planned and permitted, and a groundbreaking date will be set pending unit sales. More details on the project, as well as renderings, are forthcoming in the coming months, Carman added.
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Newest Downtown development map is up:

http://downtownhouston.org/site_medi...ders_11X17.pdf
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It looks like a couple projects might have been canceled. I don't see a lot of the office buildings, like Chevron tower, International tower, or 6 Houston Center. It also appears that a number of the residential projects have been pushed back.
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Capital Tower is now a 7-story parking garage?
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It looks like a couple projects might have been canceled. I don't see a lot of the office buildings, like Chevron tower, International tower, or 6 Houston Center. It also appears that a number of the residential projects have been pushed back.
I think the office projects are no longer listed because the start date for them now is very uncertain.

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Capitol Tower will only be the garage piece until they get some leasing.

I don't see any of the proposed office towers. It might be an oversight.
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Capital Tower is now a 7-story parking garage?
For the time being until they can find a tenant. But I have faith in this project that it will be built, it's just a matter of time even with low oil prices.
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