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The Mercer East Tower Galleria website

Two 30 story towers

Condominiums - 108 units

2 units per floor on 1-25, 1 unit per floor on 26-30

West tower is already complete

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Shamrock Tower Downtown

30 stories

250 units

From what I can tell, this project is stalled.

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The Redstone Memorial

28 stories

65 units ranging from 2,700sf - 12,000sf

Completion - 2006

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Briarglen River Oaks/Galleria

6 stories

Construction begins April 2005

Completion: 2006

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Great projects. Houston is a city that I've always wanted to get out and see. I'm hitting Dallas, this year. Hopefully, I can get out to Houston sometime next year.

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Dominion at Post Oak:

http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t...95&page=1&pp=20

(http://www.ediarchitecture.com/High%20Rise/index2.html)

(http://www.whitecoresidential.com/properties.php?id=33)

Harris Count Civil Courthouse:

(Already Complete)

(http://www.ccl.co.harris.tx.us/)

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=1&pp=20)

The Monaco:

(http://www.monacocondo.com/)

Memorial Developement:

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=194821)

Raider Lofts:

(http://www.houstonarchitecture.info/haif/lofiversion/index.php/t1352.html)

Orion Towers:

(http://www.orionhouston.com/homeflash.html)

(http://www.orionhouston.com/press1.pdf)

(http://www.houstonarchitecture.info/haif/lofiversion/index.php/t154.html)

(http://www.houstonarchitecture.info/haif/index.php?showtopic=1408&st=0&#entry15378)

(http://margiekaplanhomes.com/content/article/176606)

Proposal:

(http://www.ersagrae.com/condominium-apartment/plaza_verde/index.asp)

Mercer Tower:

(http://www.ediarchitecture.com/High%20Rise/High%20Rise.html)

(http://www.themercerhighrise.com/)

Memorial Hermann Hospital:

(http://www.memorialhermannmedicalplaza.com/location/index.html)

Houston Pavillion:

(http://www.houstonpavilions.com/pavilions_content.html)

1401 Louisiana:

(http://www.wedgeproperties.com/1401_louisiana.htm)

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=4&pp=20)

AIM Headquarters:

(http://www.pickardchilton.com/proj_aimhq_01.html)

Kirby Condos:

(http://www.houstonarchitecture.info/haif/lofiversion/index.php/t1130.html)

Prime at Post Oak:

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=1&pp=20)

Buffalo Bayou Project:

(http://www.click2houston.com/family/3833917/detail.html#)

(http://www.buffalobayou.org/masterplan.html)

1600 West Loop Square:

(http://www.kirksey.com/)

Inn @ The Ball Park:

(http://www.innattheballpark.com/)

Midtown Medical Plaza:

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=3&pp=20)

Endevor Condos:

(http://www.ediarchitecture.com/Projects%20on%20the%20Board/index.html)

Park Grand 8 WestChase District:

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=8&pp=20)

Ersa Grae:

(http://www.ersagrae.com/condominium-apartment/plaza_verde/index.asp)

Lakewood Church:

(http://www.lakewood.cc/index.htm)

Rivaplace (UPTOWN!!):

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=2&pp=20)

Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza:

(http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=147895&page=2&pp=20)

(http://www.kirksey.com/)

The Ripitarian:

(http://www.houstonarchitecture.info/haif/lofiversion/index.php/t1041.html)

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LOL Why do a lot of Houston renderings look like forests with a cluster of buildings popping up in a few places?

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This weeks Houston Business Journal has an article about two possible new towers that would be near the future "The Shoppes at San Filipe". Midway Cos. has bought a retail center and will team with another developer on a retail and residential project. Gables Residential Trust has also has two acres under contract. Both projects are still early in the planning stages.

http://houston.bizjournals.com/houston/sto.../11/story2.html

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A group has aquired a 1.5 acre tract of land in Houston's CBD next to the George R. Brown Convention Center and a new city park called Block 98. Right now they are planning to build a mixed-use project that will have two residential towers. Each tower will contain 150 units with one being rental and the other being condos. An architect has not been selected yet and construction will not likely begin for three years.

Story at: http://www.globest.com/news/329_329/houston/136336-1.html

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The owner of James Coney Island restaurant is planning to team up with developer Randall Davis on a project near the Galleria. Plans call for the restaurant to be replaced by a 20-story, 90 unit condominium tower. More details for this project could be released in September.

Houston Business Journal: Cosmopolitan condos to replace coney islands

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The Business Journal has an article about some of the high-rise project planned for Houston. This is the basic information about the projects they had listed, more info can be found in the article.

Clear Lake

Endeavour - 29 stories, 88 condo units

Launch at NASA - 20 stories, 154 condo units

Downtown

Block 98 - unnamed project early in planning stages, it will be twin towers - one with rental units, the other with for sale units

801 St. Joseph - early in planning stages, will start out rental and possibly convert to condos later

River Oaks

2727 Kirby - 30 stories, 96 condo units

Texas Medical Center

The Gateway Med Center - $200M 9-acre mixed-use project, 2 luxury condo-hotels containing more than 200 units and 500,000 sf of medical office and retail/restaurant space

Houston Business Journal: High-rise developments will tower over Houston

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A recent article about two projects planned for the Texas Medical Center that combined will add just under 1,000 new residential units to the area.

The first project is call Mosaic. It will be twin 34-story towers with 29 being residential built over 5 levels of parking. One building will contain 393 rental apartments while the other building will have the same number of for sale condominiums. Construction is planned to begin on the rental tower in October with the condo tower possibly begining 6 months after that. The project will also include 22,500 sf of retail/restaurant space.

The next project is the Gateway Med Center. This will be a $200M mixed-use project on 9-acres of land. It will contain 200 condominium units and hotel rooms, a 450,000 sf medical office building, and 40,000 sf retail/restaurant space. Construction on the condos/hotels will not begin for at least a year, but the medical office building may start within 9 months.

Houston Chronicle: Towering ambitions

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The owner of James Coney Island restaurant is planning to team up with developer Randall Davis on a project near the Galleria. Plans call for the restaurant to be replaced by a 20-story, 90 unit condominium tower. More details for this project could be released in September.

Houston Business Journal: Cosmopolitan condos to replace coney islands

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