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Old February 21st, 2018, 08:30 PM   #1
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Developer: Caydon Property Group
Architect: Gensler
Type: Residential, Office, Hotel, Retial, Public Space
Location: Midtown
Construction Timeline: Late 2019 Start Date - Completion

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Australian developer acquires more land in Midtown

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Caydon Property Group has acquired more land in Midtown for a mixed-use project anchored by a luxury apartment tower.

The Melbourne, Australia-based developerpurchased a 41,000-square-foot site on a half city block bounded by Main, Dennis and Fannin streets. Current Standing Developments — formerly known as PLC Capital Corp. — sold the property to Caydon for an undisclosed amount. The deal closed on Aug. 2.

Caydon plans to develop additional high-end residential, retail and a large parking garage on the site, which sits two blocks north of its luxury apartment project.




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Caydon buys more land for Midtown mixed-use project

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Australian developer Caydon, now building a high-end residential tower in Midtown, has acquired an adjacent parcel to complete what it says will be a three-block mixed-use development.

The company purchased a 30,000-square-foot property at 2711 Main. The site houses an art supply store, which will relocate in early spring 2019, the developer said Thursday.

"It's a phenomenal accomplishment for Caydon to secure the third parcel which brings us one step closer to delivering an exciting mixed-use district in one of Houston's most lively neighborhoods," Caydon principal Joe Russo said in a statement. "Caydon takes pride in creating developments that encourages a sense of community and supports people's health, happiness and a desire for a convenient lifestyle."

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By late 2019, the developer will break ground on its mixed-use project that, along with the residential high-rise, will span about three city blocks when complete.

The Australian developer is eyeing the Museum District, Montrose and Midtown for future projects.
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Where is this fitting in the skyline? ish

And by the way ()_T thanks for your updates! Always greatly appreciated
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Where is this fitting in the skyline? ish

And by the way ()_T thanks for your updates! Always greatly appreciated
This will rise in Midtown, an area made up mostly of low-rise/mid-rise structures but a skyline is now forming with two high-rises currently under construction. It'll help connect Midtown to Downtown, and hopefully someday soon Midtown ties in with the Museum District and TMC.
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This will rise in Midtown, an area made up mostly of low-rise/mid-rise structures but a skyline is now forming with two high-rises currently under construction. It'll help connect Midtown to Downtown, and hopefully someday soon Midtown ties in with the Museum District and TMC.
Would luuuuv to see that happen.
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