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Are the buildings in this rendering real? If so, where are they/what are they called? Thank you.
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Are the buildings in this rendering real? If so, where are they/what are they called? Thank you.
One on the left is the Toyota Center. The one featured is a residential proposal and the massing model is their 'phase II' proposal. Not sure about the one in the back (possibly the Toyota Center Tundra Garage?)
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Looking at google maps that definitely is the the Toyota Center garage.
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With all of these new projects and renderings, downtown Houston is going to look amazing!
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With all of these new projects and renderings, downtown Houston is going to look amazing!
Most definitely!
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Thats freaking incredible as well, never thought that side of downtown would see any new residential towers for like a decade or more.
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Here's some construction pics I took today, sorry for the left side being out of focus.

500 Crawford:





Catalyst:





Marriott Marquis:









Hampton Inn/Homewood Suites:







HSPVA:



609 Main at Texas:





811 Rusk:







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Block 334:







1811 San Jacinto:





The Hampstead;

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