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Growth brings new housing options to The Woodlands

As the population and business growth continues to skyrocket, The Woodlands is working to keep up with the growth by expanding housing options.

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In addition, the Howard Hughes Corp., parent of The Woodlands Development Co., is investigating a possible new 20-story high-rise condominium development in the Waterway District, said Paul Layne, executive vice president of master planned communities for The Howard Hughes Corp.

The Howard Hugh Corp. has preliminary plans for the high-rise condo and is working to determine whether there is enough demand for the development.

"We're really trying to determine the level of interest people would have," Layne said. "We've done some focus groups. We would like people to reach out to us if they have an interest, to let us know. It would have phenomenal amenities and a walkable lifestyle in the Waterway District."
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http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/...-luxury-tower/

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Folks working in Anadarko’s glass office tower, which can be seen in the center of the above photo, will have a great view of the latest construction project along The Woodlands Waterway.

The Howard Hughes Corp., developer of The Woodlands master-planned community north of Houston, is planning a luxury residential project, according to this banner at the site that beckons interested parties to a website where they can leave their names and numbers for more information. The development firm isn’t revealing details yet. Sudhoff Properties, a local real estate brokerage firm that markets high-end condos across Houston, is listed on the banner.
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Gee, you'd never know a recession was forecast.
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http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...st-luxury.html

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Exclusive: Details emerge on first luxury condo high-rise in The Woodlands

The Woodlands Development Co. plans to build a 22- to 26-story luxury condominium tower near The Woodlands Waterway.

The longtime Houston-area developer — a wholly owned subsidiary of Dallas-based The Howard Hughes Corp.(NYSE: HHC) — has been quietly working on its first residential high-rise in The Woodlands.

Jim Carman, Howard Hughes' director of building development, told the Houston Business Journal the condo tower will be between 22 and 26 stories, depending on unit sales. Floor plans have not been finalized, but each floor is expected to have up to four units with possible penthouses having fewer units. The tower will have approximately 90 units in total, and will have an upscale and contemporary design, Carman said.

The Woodlands Development Co. hopes to break ground on the project later this year, Carman said. The site is planned and permitted, and a groundbreaking date will be set pending unit sales. More details on the project, as well as renderings, are forthcoming in the coming months, Carman added.
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There's still no confirmation this thing will rise. I think they just reannounced the building to see if they could tweak sales.
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http://www.houstonchronicle.com/busi...#photo-7986860

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Tower to bring luxury condos to The Woodlands

A 23-story residential tower with 84 high-end condominiums is being developed in The Woodlands, the planned community north of Houston that has grown more upscale over the years.

The Woodlands Development Co., a subsidiary of Dallas-based Howard Hughes Corp., said the new building will be the area's first high-rise project of its kind.

"There has been a great demand escalating for high-rise living in the heart of The Woodlands Town Center for the last few years," Paul Layne, executive vice president of master-planned communities for the Howard Hughes Corp. said in a statement.

The building, Treviso at Waterway Square, will be developed along the Woodlands Waterway in the area's commercial district near office towers restaurants and shops. A new Westin hotel is being built next door at One Waterway Square.

Treviso was designed by the Preston Partnership and named after a village in northern Italy. Both places, the developer said, have waterways, bustling streets lined with bridges and pedestrian plazas near restaurants and shops.





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http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/m...er-in-the.html

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The Woodlands Development Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dallas-based The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC), held a private “pre-announcement” event last week with about 70 interested buyers.

After hearing details about the 23-story, 84-unit condominium tower, about 50 attendees made a reservation to purchase a unit. Presale meetings will start next week, said Peter Doyle, executive vice president of strategic development for Howard Hughes.
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The high-rise has been bumped up by one floor thanks to high interest.
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The exterior design has changed somewhat (again)


http://www.trevisowaterway.com/
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Okay...um, where is this ?
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Okay...um, where is this ?
The Woodlands is 30 miles north of Houston, along I-45. The building will sit in Waterway Square, the center of The Woodlands.
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The Woodlands' economy starts to feel pinch from low oil prices

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After unit pre-sales in 2015 and a redesign of the residential tower, The Woodlands Development Co. announced its decision to put plans on hold due to the uncertain economic climate.

"The Woodlands Development Co. is confident that Treviso, as planned and designed, is the appropriate iconic residential building for the premiere site it will occupy. The Woodlands Development Co. will restart the sales process once the market shows signs of rebounding," the developers said in a statement.

During preliminary reservations at a private event in May, 46 reservations were reported to have been made. Units started at $650,000, and the Treviso was expected to begin construction in time for a late-2017 opening after half of the units presold.

But the property, which is featured on the company's a newly launched site, will remain undeveloped for the time being. The Woodlands Development Co. declined to comment on whether customers who purchased units could opt for a refund. But the company remains optimistic about moving forward when markets rebound.
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