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Old March 30th, 2013, 09:08 AM   #81
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2929 Weslayan officially breaks ground







http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...ar-40-stories/

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Houston is getting another very tall tower.

This rendering is an image of 2929 Weslayan, a new apartment building that just broke ground at the northeast corner of Weslayan and West Alabama.

At 40 stories, the building will be one of the tallest residential buildings around and perhaps the tallest rental tower in the city. The project was 35 stories when it was announced last year.

PM Realty is developing the building. RTKL created the design, which the developer said is “inspired by a flowing evening gown.”
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Update pictures are all courtesy of lockmat on HAIF!

Élan Med Center by Greystar - 6-story residential: http://www.meekspartners.com/elan-med-center



https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-S...0/IMG_0529.JPG

3001 Post Oak (21 stories) & that multi-family building as well (5 stories): http://www.hicksventures.com/properties.html http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...galleria-area/


https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-1...0/IMG_0502.JPG

High Street:

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Y...0/IMG_0509.JPG

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-6...0/IMG_0510.JPG

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-N...0/IMG_0511.JPG

Hanover West Grey: http://swamplot.com/wp-content/uploa...ay-nw-view.jpg

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-N...0/IMG_0530.JPG


Kipling Apartments: http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...6741_thumb.jpg

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-2...0/IMG_0523.JPG

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-Q...0/IMG_0524.JPG

MD Anderson Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Building for Personalized Cancer Care: http://i.imgur.com/f332s.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-v...2/IMG_0526.JPG

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-d...0/IMG_0527.JPG

San Felipe & Bering/Gables Apartment: http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...3_64_33414.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Y...0/IMG_0498.JPG

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-r...0/IMG_0499.JPG

Whiteco Tower- 22 stories: http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...9850_thumb.jpg

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-u...0/IMG_0508.JPG

Interfin 40 story tower: http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/h...0547_thumb.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-T...0/IMG_0514.JPG

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-1...0/IMG_0515.JPG

Willowwick Place at River Oaks: http://htmlimg3.scribdassets.com/16w...5f90a96645.jpg

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-z...0/IMG_0518.JPG

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-t...0/IMG_0520.JPG

Waterwall Place: http://assets.bizjournals.com/housto...-Place.jpg?v=1

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-z...0/IMG_0506.JPG

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-j...0/IMG_0507.JPG

3009 Post Oak (22 stories): http://www.bisnow.com/archives/houst...krendering.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-3...2/IMG_0503.JPG
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Old March 30th, 2013, 09:13 AM   #84
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Some more updates from HAIF.

Astoria site by Goyadkin, taken today:




Whiteco Tower by Goyadkin:


3009 Post Oak by Goyadkin:


River Oaks District - Signs up, no demo as of yet:




Gables Post Oak by Goyadkin:




High Street by Goyadkin:






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The Millennium by Goyadkin:




Tanglewood by Goyadkin:


807 S. Post Oak by Goyadkin (no rendering):


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Old March 30th, 2013, 09:17 AM   #87
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03.14.13

Hines, the Houston real estate firm that developed the Galleria and a number of skyscrapers in downtown, is planning and marketing a major new downtown office tower on Main Street that will be at least 41 stories tall and perhaps, even taller.

The building would be located at the southwest corner of Main and Texas Avenue, catty-cornered from the Rice Lofts, which was the historic Rice Hotel at one time. The Hines site is a city block known as Block 69.

Hines owns the Block 69 site, which is mostly vacant land. Calling the proposed building “609 Main at Travis” the new Hines marketing brochure says “Hines proudly introduces Houston’s next landmark, 609 Main at Texas, a stunning, 41-story 815,000-square-foot office tower soon to be situated in the heart of downtown.”

Hines says no anchor tenant has been signed and without a major tenant in-tow, the company would not begin construction. But experts in the commercial real estate community believe Hines is close to signing a major corporation to lease a sizable chunk of the building and have the building completed by late 2016. Skyscrapers of this magnitude usually take two years or more to build.

The Hines proposed tower at 609 Main further validates Main Street as a prime business address in today’s market. Over the last 20 or 30 years, Main Street had become dominated by exhaust-spewing buses and low-end retail. But Main Street has been changing for the better in recent years.

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Houston's downtown skyline to be reshaped



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Houston's red-hot growth means more tall buildings for downtown. At least three new office towers are in the works for the area, including a sleek and soaring glass structure that commercial property developer Hines says it will break ground on early next year.

Driving the new construction is a squeeze on available space as companies - many in the energy industry - continue to expand here. One firm calculates the vacancy rate for the nicest space in downtown at 6.6 percent.

Consequently, rents for existing space are accelerating. "I think development of a new building is inevitable," said Richard Rudd, president of Houston-based Allied Advisors, a commercial property brokerage and financial firm. "It just depends on which one gets kicked off first."

Hines, which has built some of city's most recognizable office buildings, said it has hired Pickard Chilton to design a 41-story tower on a vacant site on Main between Texas and Capitol. In marketing materials, the 41-story building features a striking diagonal roofline.

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A few blocks away, Essex Commercial Properties, the real estate group affiliated with general contracting firm Linbeck Group, is scouting tenants for a proposed 750,000 square-foot building on what is now a parking lot bounded by Preston, Prairie, Milam and Travis.

A start date has not been set for construction on the project, which would be a partnership with Stream Realty Partners, but design work and other pre-development activities are under way, said Leo Linbeck III, president and CEO of Aquinas Cos., the parent company of Essex and Linbeck.

A third office project is being proposed for 811 Rusk, the site of the 18-story Houston Club building. The building is mostly vacant, and the property owner is making preparations to raze the structure and develop something new there.

A timeline for development has not been set, but environmental abatement work has started, said Michael Mair, who oversees the Houston-area development business for owner Skanska USA Commercial.

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Agreement becomes final for another downtown convention hotel



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An agreement to build a second convention center hotel downtown has been finalized, city officials announced Tuesday.

Documents were executed with Houston-based Rida Development Corp., which will build the 1,000-room hotel, a Marriott Marquis just west of the George R. Brown Convention Center.

The city approved the project late last year.

"With this agreement, Rida can now begin work in earnest," Mayor Annise Parker said in a statement. "It's an exciting pro-ject that will help increase our convention business and generate more activity in downtown Houston."

Financing for the $335 million project will come in part from Houston First, which operates the city's arts and convention business. The agency is providing funds to buy the hotel site, build an adjacent parking garage and make other "related improvements" around the convention center.

Officials expect the hotel to be completed in 2016.

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ConocoPhillips To Lease Energy Center III


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ConocoPhillips will occupy a 20-story office building under construction near its campus along the Energy Corridor.

The deal was announced by real estate brokerage Avison Young, which said Don Hrap, president of the Americas for ConocoPhillips, made the announcement in a town hall meeting Tuesday morning.

The 546,372-square-foot building, Energy Center Three, is being developed by Trammell Crow Co. and Principal Real Estate Investors at the southwest corner of Interstate 10 and North Eldridge Parkway.

ConocoPhillips is planning to take occupancy of the building during the second quarter of 2015, the report said.

UPDATE: The energy firm is actually leasing 850,000 square feet in two buildings. The lease encompasses the entire 550,000 square-foot Energy Center Three and 300,000 square feet in the Energy Center Four, which is expected to break ground later this year. The fourth building will have 600,000 square feet in 22 stories. Developer Trammell Crow confirmed the news in a press release this afternoon.

The space will house ConocoPhillips’ Lower 48 Business Unit, which is focused on exploration and production operations throughout the lower 48 states in the U.S. The buildings, near the energy firm’s existing headquarters campus, will open in the second quarter of 2015 and second quarter of 2016.
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The developers of CityCentre are planning a new office building on the 37-acre office, retail and hotel development near the southeast corner of Interstate 10 and Beltway 8.

The eight-story building will replace the long-standing Luby’s restaurant at 825 Town & Country Way. The new building, to be called CityCentre Five, will have 195,000 square feet of office space, and the ground floor will have room for restaurants and shops.

Midway Cos. has been rolling out a steady stream of new office towers at its CityCentre development.

The six-story CityCentre Four will open this summer. Office tenants in the 120,000-square-foot building will include ERM and Perttechnical Data Systems. Restaurants Salata and the Capital Grille also will open in the building.
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Anadarko tops out second Woodlands office tower



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Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: APC) on Thursday topped out its newest tower in its Woodlands corporate campus — a 31-story office structure next to its current corporate headquarters.



In addition, the energy company announced the new names for the towers: 1201 Lake Robbins Drive has been named Allison Tower, while the newly constructed adjacent office building, at 9950 Woodloch Forest Drive, is now Hackett Tower. Both towers were named after previous CEOs, Robert Allison and James Hackett.

Construction on Hackett Tower is expected to be completed in early 2014. It is 31 stories tall with about 550,000 square feet and is being constructed with the latest in energy-efficient technology and targeted for LEED certification. The building was designed by Gensler and will be constructed by David E. Harvey Builders Inc.

Allison Tower, a LEED-certified, 30-story structure, was completed in 2002 and has served as the company’s 818,000-square-foot corporate headquarters since that time.

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The owners of Town & Country Village are planning to add some tall buildings to the sprawling low-rise shopping center on the west side of Houston.

Moody Rambin said it will start construction in September on a 10-story office building with 250,000 square feet of high-end office space and a 1,390-car parking garage. The building will go up at Town & Country Boulevard at Queensbury Lane.

Plans for the development, to be called Town Centre, are to follow the first building with a second containing six stories and 100,000 square feet.

The first new building, Town Centre I, is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of next year.

Frost Bank is providing construction financing and Kirksey Architecture designed the buildings, which will be built energy-efficient.

Moody Rambin's Dan Moody III said the office buildings are the only immediate redevelopment plans for the 2.2 million-square-foot Town & Country Village, but he did not rule out future changes to the center.

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The 33 story Capitol tower planned for downtown:

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The owner of the Houston Club building is planning to replace the decades-old structure with a soaring glass and stone office tower that would stand atop a sleek tunnel- level lobby visible to pedestrians on the streets above it.

The space, designed to be a bright and inviting gathering spot, would be connected to the building's first floor by a wide interior staircase flanked by trees and other greenery.

"Not unlike the Spanish Steps in Rome, it will be a great meeting place," said Jim Furr, managing principal of Gensler, the architecture firm that designed the 34-story tower.

The developer, Skanska USA Commercial Development, unveiled renderings of the proposed building to the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday.

The new tower would mark a significant transformation of the site, which now contains an empty 18-story office building with two smaller adjacent structures.

It would also address a downtown issue, recently highlighted by Mayor Annise Parker, of improv*ing connections between the city's streets and its tunnels.

"There has to be better, more visible open connectors between what happens at the street and what happens in the underground," Parker said to a group of downtown property owners earlier this month.

The new building, currently referred to as Capitol Tower, would contain 700,000 square feet and was designed to meet high standards of environmental sustainability.

Its exterior would feature a "light box" effect, where a portion of the building would glow at night and have a unique reflection during the day.

The north side of the building would offer shade from the sun, which could make the ground level attractive to a restaurant with an outdoor patio.

The tower is still in the planning stages. Skanska said construction likely would not start before a tenant is found for a significant portion of the space.

Now that the last of the Houston Club building's tenants have moved out, interior abatement and other demolition work are about to start in preparation for demolition. Instead of being imploded, the building will be dismantled floor by floor, similar to the relatively recent deconstruction of an old Sheraton hotel on Polk in the southern portion of downtown.

Skanska plans to salvage the Houston Club building's steel and concrete and is hoping to reuse some of the old marble and stone in the new tower.

Michael Mair, executive vice president and regional manager of Skanska USA Commercial Development, said the company evaluated the building's historical significance when it considered taking on the project.

"It does not sit in a historic district. It's not listed on a registry, nor has it been nominated to be on a registry," Mair said. "The building is vintage, but only to 1955."

As it exists, he said, the building is "functionally obsolete." It has shallow floor-to-ceiling heights, small windows and outdated mechanical systems. "The building itself doesn't offer an architectural advantage like, say Esperson or 712 Main," Mair said.

Other big changes are a part of the redevelopment plan.

The pocket park on the northwest corner of the block would go away as the new building and parking garage would encompass the entire block, which is bounded by Capitol, Rusk, Milam and Travis. The park property is owned by Skanska.

The entrance of the building, too, would change from Rusk Street to Capitol, reflecting the building's proposed new name. That name, however, could well change once a major tenant signs up for space.

The entrance would face the new light rail line and the plaza outside the JPMorgan Chase building.

"Our tenants will have unobstructed views to the north," Mair said, noting that the open space in front of the Chase Tower and the nearby performing arts venues don't stand as tall as most downtown buildings. "It's a fabulous, unique site," he said.

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A source has confirmed reports that Stream Realty Partners is planning a 25-story office building at the southwest corner of Waugh and Washington just west of downtown.

The developer, which recently completed the BBVA building in partnership with the Redstone Cos. and is also considering a new office tower downtown, would build the structure with BlackSwan Investment Partners.

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Chevron finally pulled the trigger today on their rumored downtown tower:



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Today Chevron announced plans to construct an office building downtown to accommodate its business growth and expanding workforce in the Houston area.

The 50-story, 1.7 million-square-foot building will be located at 1600 Louisiana at Pease. Together with Chevron U.S.A.’s existing properties at 1500 Louisiana and 1400 Smith, the buildings will comprise an expanded urban campus with indoor and outdoor common areas, enhanced dining facilities, a fitness center, training and conference facilities, and additional parking.

Groundbreaking will follow final investment decision for the project – expected in the second quarter of 2014 – and phased occupancy is anticipated to begin in the fourth quarter of 2016 and end in 2017.

Houston-area supervisors will be engaged to determine staffing needs, and announcements about who is moving and when will follow final investment decision. There are no plans to move Chevron Corporation’s headquarters to Houston. Also, there are no plans to sell or vacate our Bellaire or Briarpark properties at this time, though Chevron intends to consolidate its leased spaces into the downtown campus by the time of its completion in 2017.

This announcement underscores Chevron’s long-term commitment to Houston and its role as the epicenter of the global energy industry. Houston plays a vital and growing role in Chevron’s global business, and the expanded urban campus will provide a first-rate work environment for its workforce and help us remain the employer of choice.

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Hines proposes ritzy River Oaks office tower – UPDATED

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This rendering has surfaced of what looks to be the next big development project for Hines. The Ziegler Cooper/HKS-designed office tower would be built at 2229 San Felipe amid the tony River Oaks neighborhood.

Hines has not yet confirmed the project, but Harris County records show an affiliated entity owns the 35,000-square-foot parcel between Kirby and Shepherd.

Update: Hines confirmed it owns the land and said it is considering building a 17-story office tower there. I’ll have a full story in Friday’s Chronicle.

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