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Old January 25th, 2017, 03:29 AM   #401
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Eight new restaurants revealed for United's second phase at IAH

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Chicago-based United Continental Holdings Inc. (NSYE: UAL) and New York-based OTG, which specializes in airport redesigns, have revealed eight restaurants that will open in the second phase of the ongoing renovation at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Additional projects will continue through 2021, as existing restaurant leases throughout the terminals expire, according to Rick Blatstein, OTG’s CEO. Altogether, the projects will cost $120 million when completed, Gavin Malloy, United’s vice president of corporate real estate, previously told the HBJ.

In addition to the eight new planned restaurants in Terminals C South and E, United and OTG will also renovate the holding areas for passengers waiting to board flights, Malloy said.
Agave

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Agave from restaurateur Sharon Haynes, who started Taco A Go Go in Houston in 2006, is a casual taqueria that will focus on fajitas. Agave will be in terminal C South.
H-Burger

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H-Burger, a burger bar with ranch-to-table offerings with a Houston twist, will be in Terminal C South. H-Burger is from Houston Chef Antoine Ware, the chef behind Harold's Heights.
CIBO Express

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A new concept to IAH as part of the renovations are the CIBO Express Gourmet Markets, where United customers can use reward miles to purchase food and other items. Terminal E will also include a CIBO Express Gourmet Market.
Magnolia Meatball Shop

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Magnolia Meatball Shop will offer comfort food and will be in Terminal C South. Magnolia Meatball Shop is a concept from Chef Christopher Williams, who co-founded Lucille's Restaurant in Houston.
BeerHive

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In Terminal E, BeerHive is a locally sourced craft beer bar. It will also include bar pies, sandwiches, salads and other foods.
Gavi

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Gavi is an Italian concept by by Chef Ryan Pera and will be in Terminal E. Pera is the chef behind Houston restaurants Coltivare and Revival Market. Gavi will also have a wine bar.
Q

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Q is a project by Chef Greg Gatlin of Gatlin's BBQ and will be in Terminal E. Q will include fresh-smoked meats made in a custom smoker along with signature rubs.
Tanglewood Grille

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Tanglewood Grille is a collaboration between Chefs Seth Siegel Gardner and Terrence Gallivan. The chefs met developing Maze at the London Hotel in New York and are behind Houston's Pass and Provisions. Tanglewood Grille will be in Terminal E and serve hand-cut steaks, burgers, fresh seafood and farm-to-table greens.
Yume

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Yume will be in Terminal E and is a sushi and ramen kitchen with a focus on Japanese-sourced ingredients. Yume will also have an Asian biergarten and is a collaboration between Chefs Chris Kinjo and Mike Tran. Tran is also the chef at Tiger Den, a Houston yakitori and ramen restaurant and Kinjo is behind Houston's MF Sushi.
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Old January 26th, 2017, 01:45 AM   #403
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More details revealed about proposed luxury apartment tower in Midtown

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Caydon Property Group has unveiled its plans for one of the first luxury apartment towers in Midtown.

The Melbourne, Australia-based developer plans to redevelop a dilapidated city block— bounded by Drew, Fannin, Main and Tuam streets — into The Midtown, a 27-story, 357-unit apartment tower. The $200 million project will rise on a 1.15-acre site at 2850 Fannin St., across Main Street from the Midtown “Super Block” Park and Metro’s McGowen Station light rail stop.

Caydon acquired the land in mid-December and began demolition work in early January on the tract, which hosted the former Mental Health and Mental Retardation Authority of Harris County building.

Caydon, which is under construction on nearly 5,000 apartment units in Melbourne, said it hopes to start construction on its first U.S. apartment tower later this year. Caydon selected Birmingham, Alabama-based Hoar Construction to build The Midtown, which is expected to be completed in 2019.

The Midtown, designed by Houston-based Ziegler Cooper Architects, will feature a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with high-end finishes and features. The luxurious common-area amenities include a private pool with a swim-up bar, fitness center with a yoga studio and a sky lounge overlooking Midtown and downtown Houston.

The Midtown will also feature 12,000 square feet of leasable retail space for shops and restaurants along Main and Drew streets, as well as a parking garage for 482 cars.

Russo said he fell in love with Houston and Midtown in particular when he first visited the Bayou City in 2015. He said he believes Midtown is ripe for an urban, high-rise development that will allow residents to walk, bike or use the light rail to get to work, restaurants and entertainment venues. Caydon estimates residents will spend only 10 minutes on their work commute.

“With the site’s close proximity to jobs in Downtown Houston, the Museum District and the world’s largest medical precinct, I have no doubt there will be significant interest in The Midtown from prospective tenants,” Russo said. “The Midtown development will rejuvenate and create considerable interest in the area, especially our efforts to activate Main and Drew streets with shops and restaurants that will appeal to new Millennial-generation apartment dwellers and existing residents.”


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Take a look at the new Emancipation Park in Houston

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Emancipation Park in Houston has undergone a major transformation courtesy of Chicago-based Perkins + Will. The revamp to the 10-acre park has been a long time coming. Preliminary work began in 2011, but now the project is finally complete, offering a new “Recreation Center” and spiraling sculpture that reflects the vision of the park’s founders.

Opened to the public in 1872 by its founders, Reverend John Henry “Jack” Yates, Richard Allen, Richard Brock, and Reverend Elias Dibble, Emancipation Park is firmly rooted in African-American history. At the time of its opening, the park was the first truly public park in Houston. In the years that followed, it became a vibrant space, hosting games of tennis and volleyball as well as numerous other community activities. Boasting a swimming pool from the 1930s, the site was also the only place where African-Americans could swim in the city.










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Capitol Tower Breaking Ground this Spring

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Structure Name: Capitol Tower

Structure Height: 579

Work Schedule: 03/01/2017 to 12/31/2019


After brisk presales, luxury condo poised to break ground near Memorial Park

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A luxury condominium project is poised to break ground near Memorial Park this spring after preselling half of its units in less than six months.

Stolz Partners LLC plans to break ground on The Sophie at Bayou Bend by early May. The seven-story, 42-unit condo is set to rise on a nearly two-acre site at 6017 Memorial Drive, just west of Westcott Street and the Bayou Bend Collections and Gardens.
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Old February 15th, 2017, 07:55 AM   #406
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The Moderne at Rice Village

Formerly known as Morningside Mansions, this project stalled shortly after topping out. Construction will resume soon with move-ins by December.

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Renderings released Tuesday show a sleek development of glass and steel towers along a scenic 6-acre site on Allen Parkway.

DC Partners and Tianqing Real Estate Development are planning the $500 million-plus project whose first phase will include a luxury hotel and condominium tower, a retail pavilion and office building.

The HOK architecture firm is designing the project with "architecture never before seen in the Houston area," according to a statement. Transwestern Retail and Stream Realty Partners will handle retail and office leasing.

The project is proposed for the southeast corner of Allen Parkway and Gillette Street, across from Buffalo Bayou Park, roughly halfway between downtown and River Oaks.

Thompson Hotels will operate the project's hotel.

The condos will have balcony "plunge pools." The office tower will comprise more than 200,000 square feet of top-class space.


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Lyric Centre Marketplace

8-story parking garage cirrently u/c with a public plaza and 31,000 sq ft of retail for restaurants and food service marketplace.





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