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Old July 9th, 2016, 09:38 AM   #1
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HOUSTON | Regent Square Block B1 | 40 fl | Pro

Developer: GID Developments
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Type: Residential (Apartments), Retail
Location: Rosine St., near W. Dallas St.
Construction Timeline: 3Q-4Q 2016 start Date - ? Completion

Long-awaited Buffalo Bayou mixed-use moving forward

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The second phase of Regent Square, a highly-anticipated mixed-use project just south of Allen Parkway that's been delayed for years, is finally moving forward.

Building permits should be secured by the third quarter or end of the year, a source with Houston's Morris Architects, one of the architects on the project, told the Houston Business Journal. Boston-based General Investment & Development Cos. is the developer of Regent Square. GID has already progressed through the design portion, the source said. Harvey Builders is the general contractor.
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Next Phase of Massive Regent Square Project Moving Forward

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large-scale redevelopment projects are taking root in cities across the United States, as millennials abandon the thought of automobile-oriented suburban living and embrace urban conveniences instead. The phenomena is what's partially driving GID Development Group's Regent Square project, a multi-phase city-building intervention that will form the new town centre within the Inner Loop of Houston.
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