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Exclusive: Houston Developer Scraps Plans for West

Randall Davis has scrapped plans for his third Chateau Ten-branded luxury condominium project in Houston.

In February 2016, the Houston developer proposed building a five-story, 16-unit condo on a 0.32-acre site off of Shakespeare Street in the West University area. The latest Chateau Ten project would have offered a single-floor living concept designed to appeal to empty-nesters downsizing from large family homes into a boutique, midrise condo with lower maintenance fees.

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Houston Developer Ready to Dig into River Walk

DC Partners has assembled the team, finalized its design, and is ready to bring out the shovels.

The Houston-based firm is officially ready to go with plans to develop a 20-story mixed hotel-condominium development in downtown San Antonio.

DC Partners is on track for a spring 2017 groundbreaking for its mixed River Walk project, which will include 66 residences and 162 Thompson Hotel-branded rooms on two vacant sites at 101 and 123 Lexington Ave.

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Exclusive 20 Story Mixed Hotel and Condo Developer

There have been questions about whether or not the project still had a pulse, but the proposed 20-story mixed boutique and condominium development across the River Walk from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is a go.

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Condo Developer Says San Antonio is Ready for a Dose of Upscale

There have been questions about whether or not the project still had a pulse, but the proposed 20-story mixed boutique and condominium development across the River Walk from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is a go.

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Marlowe Breaks Ground in Downtown

Randall Davis Co. and DC Partners have broken ground on Marlowe, a luxury condominium tower in downtown Houston.

The two Houston developers held a groundbreaking event on Oct. 4 for the 20-story, 95-unit condo project located at 1311 Polk St., across the street from the House of Blues and a couple of blocks from the Toyota Center and Discovery Green park. Site work on the project started this summer, but the building will be going vertical this fall.

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How DC Partners Landed a Major Chinese Partner for a $500M Mixed-use Project in Houston

 

Why Houston Continues to Attract Chinese Investor Despite Oil Slump

Houston continues to attract Chinese investment despite the oil slump.

Case in point: Tianqing Group, one of the largest real estate developers in China, earlier this year announced plans to develop a $500 million mixed-use project off Allen Parkway. Plans for the massive project call for a luxury hotel, a condominium/apartment tower, offices and retail overlooking Buffalo Bayou Park.

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More Details Revealed For $500M Mixed-Use Project Near Buffalo Bayou Park

Developers have unveiled more details about a $500 million mixed-use project planned near Buffalo Bayou Park.

Tianqing Real Estate Development LLC — the U.S. subsidiary of Tianqing Group Real Estate Co. Ltd., one of the largest real estate developers in China — has partnered with Houston-based DC Partners to develop the massive project, which would rise on 6 acres at the southeast corner of Allen Parkway and Gillette Street. The joint venture purchased the property from HTX Real Estate Partners in May for an undisclosed price.
Plans for the mixed-use project are still in the works, said Acho Azuike, COO and managing director of DC Partners, a local real estate investment and development firm that specializes in foreign investors.

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More Tenants Sign Onto Imperial Sugar Land Mixed-Use

More retail tenants have signed onto Imperial Market, the 855,000-square-foot mixed-use development in Sugar Land that will incorporate the historic structures of the former Imperial Sugar refinery along Oyster Creek.

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More Mixed-Use Heading For Allen Parkway

A Houston developer who purchased six acres across from Buffalo Bayou Park said he expects to begin construction of a mixed-use development on the site in early 2018.

Roberto Contreras, a Mexican entrepreneur who formerly ran a local distributor of Silestone, said initial plans call for a luxury hotel, housing, shops and an office tower.

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