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Old Posted Nov 29, 2022, 5:14 PM
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Residences on Westheimer (2311 Westheimer Road)

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Residences on Westheimer

Architect:
Ziegler Cooper

Information:
9 levels of residential over 4 levels of parking (1 level below grade). 209 units for a total of 359,551 SF of gross residential area. 2,800 SF of ground floor retail space. Construction will begin very soon.











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The Langley (Former 1717 Bissonnet site)

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The Langley


Architect:
EDi

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134 units with a total SF of approx. 388,000 (excluding garage). Construction to begin in February with a 32-month duration.



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The Lexington



https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/...-at-17m-116597

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Project Slated For River Oaks To Feature Condos Starting At $1.7M

November 30, 2022
Maddy McCarty, Bisnow Houston

A boutique mid-rise condominium building set to go up in River Oaks will feature homes starting at $1.7M and penthouses starting at $4.3M, according to Pelican Builders, which will construct the project.

The Lexington will include 114K SF of residential space, eight floors and 40 residences. The first two floors will offer parking, while level three will house a resident lounge, a gym and air-conditioned storage units for residents, according to a news release.

Pelican Builders expects to break ground in Q1 2023 and deliver residences 18 months later.

Kirksey Architecture designed the project at 2419 Mimosa Drive. The location is one block away from The Revere, another upscale condo collaboration between Kirksey and Pelican Builders, which opened in summer 2020 and sold out in August, suggesting a robust market for luxury units.
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Tanglewood Multifamily (S. Post Oak Ln at N. Wynden Rd)

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Owner/Developer:
Palmetto Wynden LP (McNair Interests and Adelaide Real Estate)

Architect:
Kirksey

Information:
Mixed-Use project with office, multifamily residential, and structured parking podium components located on South Post Oak Lane at N. Wynden Rd. The building is a 17-story multifamily tower with an integrated shared podium garage structure (garage levels 1-4). The total gross building is approximately 439,500 square feet with 325,000 GSF of multifamily residential space (248 units) and a full complement of resident amenities. Also about 5,000 GSF of ground level commercial lease space.








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That's three quality midrises, right thurr! (one could be thought of as high rise).
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I am assuming that will be built here. Even though there were houses still there when I lived in that area, I always saw it as ripe for development with all the new high rises around it going up
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Autry Park



Rendering c/o CBRE

Sounds like the 40+ story residential tower & midrise office will be underway very soon. Per hindesky on HAIF...

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I went by this and saw a worker coming out of the fenced area where the 42 story apartments will be. I asked him a few questions about it but he pointed out another worker who would know more, he said this will start in two weeks, confirmed the 42 story and TAS being the concrete contractor. He also said the mid rise office building next to it will start soon.
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I wonder how much the developers tried to offer to the owners of that row of townhouses on lower left.
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New user here;
I work for a major General Contractor with a large presence in the Houston area. I hear there's plan to renovate a portion of the HCA Cypress location as well as ground up construction.
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Portman Residential

Just northeast of the intersection of Washington Ave & Heights Blvd, this project was approved by the COH Planning Commission. Images from agenda.













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Whew. The growing pains of this area will be felt for a while.
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I work for a major General Contractor with a large presence in the Houston area. I hear there's plan to renovate a portion of the HCA Cypress location as well as ground up construction.
Not sure what HCA is. Does this have to do with a hospital system? I'm interested because I may be a future Cypress resident.
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I work for a major General Contractor with a large presence in the Houston area. I hear there's plan to renovate a portion of the HCA Cypress location as well as ground up construction.
The only thing I had been aware of was an expansion of the emergency room space there, and that opened a few months back.


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Not sure what HCA is. Does this have to do with a hospital system? I'm interested because I may be a future Cypress resident.
HCA is the Hospital Corporation of America - an owner of Hospitals. The North Cypress campus is at 290 & Huffmeister.

Cypress is starting to get a decent amount of attention in terms of healthcare campuses.

Memorial Hermann built one on 290 between Mason Road & Louetta in 2017 and is already having to expand it.

Houston Methodist is in the process of building a campus between Memorial Hermann's & HCA's at the old Sysco facility on 290 between Barker-Cypress & Skinner Road which should open in 2025.
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Autry Park / Hanover Buffalo Bayou Tower

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The site is being cleared now.



Laydown yard near the center of the overall project.

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The only thing I had been aware of was an expansion of the emergency room space there, and that opened a few months back.




HCA is the Hospital Corporation of America - an owner of Hospitals. The North Cypress campus is at 290 & Huffmeister.

Cypress is starting to get a decent amount of attention in terms of healthcare campuses.

Memorial Hermann built one on 290 between Mason Road & Louetta in 2017 and is already having to expand it.


Houston Methodist is in the process of building a campus between Memorial Hermann's & HCA's at the old Sysco facility on 290 between Barker-Cypress & Skinner Road which should open in 2025.
Good to know. The growth in that area has been incredible.
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Whew. The growing pains of this area will be felt for a while.
No kidding. Between Washington Ave, Heights Blvd and the train tracks..plus the construction, it's going to be total gridlock over there.
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Grand Texas Theme Park

Well I guess this has gone under as well. Website is now dark.

https://grandtx.com/

Although it seems like some of the minor components of the park that have been built are still operational

https://bigriverswaterpark.com/

https://www.grandtxrv.com/

https://speedsportzracingpark.com/
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Autry Park

More concrete details on the new Hanover tower c/o Paco Jones on HAIF

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Project:
Hanover Buffalo Bayou

Address:
707 Marston

Architect:
SCB (Solomon Cordwell Buenz)

Information:
A 317 unit residential tower consisting of 40 stories and two levels of basement parking. Pet Spa and outdoor Pet Run at Level 2. Outdoor amenity deck and swimming pool at Level 10. Project completion date of July 2025.


Building Break Down:
2 Levels of Basement Parking
Approximately 5,000 SF of ground level retail space
Parking at Levels 1-9
Residential at Levels 10-40
484,777 SF Building
241,227 SF Garage (554 spaces)
Renderings from the same post.









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Memorial City

A few tidbits on the most recent office building - and the potential for additional buildings in and around Memorial City Mall.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/bus...y-17691481.php

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Callon Petroleum signs deal for new Memorial City HQ in one of 2022's biggest office leases
The deal paves the way for the construction of the mixed-use development's next office building.


Katherine Feser,
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Jan. 3, 2023
Updated: Jan. 3, 2023 6:15 p.m.
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The newest lease paves the way for MetroNational to start work on the next office building in Memorial City, according to Jason Johnson, its president.

MetroNational owns and will manage the Callon building as part of its 10 million-square-foot Memorial City campus along Interstate 10 at Gessner inside Beltway 8. Memorial City's 11 office buildings totaling nearly 3.5 million square feet are 94 percent leased, according to the developer.

MetroNational is in the design and site selection phase for the development's next office building, according to the company.
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