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City of Houston, Harris County to sell land near downtown to Hanover

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An entity associated with Houston-based Hanover Co. is expected to buy an inner-Loop tract of land for a new project.

The Houston City Council recently approved a deal to sell about 4.54 acres at 3540 W. Dallas St. to the apartment developer. The property is south of Buffalo Bayou near the small Autry Park and South Shepherd Drive. According to a City Council agenda item, Hanover R.S. Limited Partnership will pay $30.6 million for the land, and the city will split the proceeds evenly with Harris County.
https://houston.novusagenda.com/agen...&MeetingID=323

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Hanover R.S. Limited Partnership submitted the highest offer and complied with all the City’s requirements. Hanover R.S. Limited Partnership is a real estate development company that desires to purchase the property to develop multi-family apartments, retail space and integrated parking.
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This will be the biggest Hanover Houston project by a wide margin. Multiple towers of different asset classes, This would redefine the area and seeing these Variance requests is probably a good sign.
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- 23-story hotel
- 21-story office
- 7-story residential


New hotel, residential, office mixed-use project planned near downtown

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A developer is seeking variances from the city of Houston planning commission for a 13.6-acre mixed-use development about 2 miles west of downtown.

Documents from the Jan. 17 agenda show plans for a development on six reserves just south of Buffalo Bayou, between West Dallas and Allen Parkway, extending from Marston to Tirrell Street. It's near the small Autry Park and South Shepherd Drive. Plans show a hotel, residential component, office building with two floors of coworking space, retail space, activity lawn and plaza.

While the variance form and plat document don't list the developer name, additional pages from the Jan. 17 agenda show Houston-based Hanover Co.’s name and refer to the project as Hanover Buffalo Bayou. Requests for comment from Hanover weren’t immediately returned. The form was submitted by Houston-based LJA Engineering Inc., and Baltimore-based Design Collective and Houston landscape architecture firm OJB are also listed on some of the pages.

In October, Houston City Council approved a deal to sell about 4.54 acres at 3540 W. Dallas St. to the apartment developer. The property is within the site where Hanover's proposed mixed-use project is planned, but Hanover hasn’t closed on the tract yet, according to Harris County Appraisal District records. According to a City Council agenda item from October, Hanover R.S. Limited Partnership will pay $30.6 million for the land, and the city will split the proceeds evenly with Harris County.

The variances requested include extending Marston Street across the project and adding another street, Buffalo Rising, to extend from West Dallas to Allen Parkway. A site plan shows two additional proposed roads, Autry Park Drive and Buffalo Park Drive. The developer is also requesting a zero-foot building line, stating in the variance application that “the size, and location of this development lends itself to require densification with the zero foot building line.”

The city planning commission will vote Jan. 17.

Hanover also has other projects underway around Houston. The developer's second tower on Post Oak, the 280-unit Hanover Blvd Place, will feature a clear-bottom “sky pool” jutting out from the rooftop deck. Hanover is the developer and contractor for Houston-based Weingarten Realty Investors’ (NYSE: WRI) The Driscoll, a $150 million, 30-story high-rise set to overlook the River Oaks Shopping Center. And Hanover River Oaks — a luxury apartment tower in the Upper Kirby area — broke ground about a year ago and will include a first-floor retail component.

Near Hanover's proposed Buffalo Bayou project, Atlanta-based Wood Partners could be one step closer to pursuing a new apartment building named Alta West Dallas near the corner of Shepherd and West Dallas. In November, the city of Houston planning commission approved a request to replat two tracts of land into one nearly 3-acre reserve.
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The Hanover rep who presented lives near the development so has a personal stake
Improvements to Autry Park are planned, want to make it more connected to BBP
Improvements to dangerous pedestrian crossing at Shepherd and Allen Parkway
Pavers at intersections
Closing on final land purchases this Month
Demo will start within months
First phase will be mid rise apartments and high rise apartments
Ground floor retail everywhere
Office building will start when sufficient square feet are leased
Retail expected to be 50% restaurants, local chef driven
Hotel will be boutique
Working with GID on synergies, GID says starting on apartments later this year, he chuckled on that one!
Burying power lines
Bike lane will be built on w Dallas in front of their property, they hope GID will add to it
Building 5.5 ft above Harvey levels
They see this as the gateway to Buffalo Bayou Park, want to make access to the park very easy
6-8’ tree lined sidewalks all around
$25 million in infrastructure improvements partially funded by tirz
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Developers Prepare to Break Ground on Houston Project With Multiple Skyscrapers

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uxury apartment developer Hanover Co. and partner Lionstone Investments are getting closer to breaking ground on the first phase of a mixed-use project that is expected to be the first of its kind for both developers in Houston.

The 13.58-acre site is about 2 miles west of downtown Houston, near where Allen Parkway and Shepherd Drive intersect by Autry Park and across from the western side of Buffalo Bayou Park, a sprawling public park stretching along the bayou.

Site preparation is underway on the roughly $200 million apartment portion of the project, which is expected to include 744 units spread across a 22-story high rise and an eight-story mid-rise tower, according to the developers and state documents.

Although details are not finalized yet, the mixed-use project could ultimately include a roughly 275-key room hotel, a 300,000-square-foot office tower, two apartment towers and a new 0.5-acre park, the developers told CoStar News in interviews.

Hanover started demolishing structures at the site earlier this year and is now "actively working" on utilities and infrastructure work, Hanover CEO Brandt Bowden said in a phone interview.

"We anticipate commencing vertical construction next month," Bowden said, pending additional permitting approvals from the city of Houston. The developers have received several permits related to preparing the site and laying the foundation for the apartment towers, according to city of Houston records.

The multifamily portion is expected to take two years to build, Bowden said.

Hanover and Lionstone, both based in Houston, have not finalized the name of the project.

The full project cost for the mixed-use development wasn’t immediately available, but initial architectural estimates filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation estimated it would be $108 million for the eight-story mid-rise with apartments, retail and precast parking garage, and an additional $109 million for the mixed-use skyscraper with a five-story precast parking garage.

An entity tied to Hanover bought a portion of the property, a 4.54-acre tract at 3540 W. Dallas St., from the city of Houston for about $30.6 million in April, according to a city of Houston agenda item and Harris County deed records. The property has an appraised valued of $21.5 million, according to the Harris County Appraisal District.

Entities tied to Hanover purchased multiple parcels along Dallas Street and Marston Place from nonprofit organizations earlier this year, according to Harris County deed records.

The total project size is 13.58 acres, according to a January variance request for the project filed in the city of Houston’s Planning Commission by LJA Engineering on behalf of Hanover earlier this year.

Hanover plans to build a "highly programmed urban park," said Bowden.

The office portion of the project could include roughly 300,000 square feet in a tower about 20 stories or more, roughly 300 feet high, Bowden added.

Jane Page, president of Lionstone, said in an interview that the developers are still evaluating the "right mix" of office, hotel and retail components and have not fully committed to the office tower yet.
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Tower crane base went up last week.

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Tower crane went up.

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Are there two buildings going up at the same time?

The 8-story apartments were just issued a bulk batch of building permits. 17 permits in total.

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This is a beautiful project!
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Are there two buildings going up at the same time?

The 8-story apartments were just issued a bulk batch of building permits. 17 permits in total.
Yes. There are two buildings going up right now. The 8-Story apartments at 3540 West Dallas, and the 24-Story tower with an address of 3705 Allen Parkway.





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The residential tower is going up fast.



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