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COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE SELECT PROJECT PORTFOLIO


CONTENTS FIRM INTRODUCTION PROJECT TEAM COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE CORPORATE ARCHITECTURE MIXED-USE ARCHITECTURE


FIRM INTRODUCTION


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Our Design Philosophy Founded in 1977, Ziegler Cooper Architects designs buildings that are inspirational, highly functional and sustainable, resulting in extremely valuable assets for their owners. Our design solutions reflect a fresh approach that respects the context, reinterprets historical tradition and transcends immediate circumstances to connect with the client’s vision. We pursue innovation with an entrepreneurial spirit, exploring the influences of a building — the uniqueness of the site, its setting and current/future occupants, visitors and patrons. A true expression of our firm’s commitment to creativity, our own office

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space is an open studio environment that inspires creativity and collaboration. We believe inspirational architecture has the power to uplift the human spirit and provides a constant vision of excellence. Our Structure Ziegler Cooper is organized into studios, creating a business model that provides specialized expertise to meet the specific needs of each client. This structure allows our design teams to become recognized authorities and thought leaders in each of our focus areas. Each studio is led by a principal of the firm and supported


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by a design team to provide comprehensive programming, design, construction and project administration services. The range of experience levels throughout each studio allows new and well seasoned professionals to collaborate and share their knowledge of the design field. Our Culture The ethos of ZCA can best be described as a firm passionate about design. Today, Ziegler Cooper is comprised of over one hundred diversified and creative minds with an extensive depth of design knowledge and technical talent. The professional experience of the architectural and interior

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design staff has been nurtured through internal growth and purposeful recruitment of talented individuals from across the country. Our firm is dedicated to its employees and continuously works to provide an atmosphere that focuses on education and professional support. This spirit evinces itself in our commitment to growth by finding and nurturing quality people, and in the desire to aggressively expand our solid client base throughout Texas and in other geographic areas where clients and special opportunities take us. In every project we undertake, our goal remains constant — excellence in design and service.


Commercial Architecture at Ziegler Cooper We have extensive experience in corporate, commercial, redevelopment, mixed-use, and master planning, we approach each project as a whole. As architect of record for more than 80 office buildings with 38 million-square-feet of tenant space, we are experts in formulating performance-driven buildings that fulfill the needs of owners, occupants and investors. The new generation of smart buildings designed by Ziegler Cooper Architects incorporates sophisticated systems, advanced technology and innovative materials, operating with machinelike precision. Beyond fulfilling the practical demands of office buildings, our distinctive talent lies in creating a unique, memorable, iconic aesthetic. The result: our buildings attract tenants to high-quality destinations respectfully placed within the surrounding urban context.


OUR CLIENTS Our clients repeatedly rely on us to design well-appointed buildings and spaces that create a distinctive sense of place. Through researchbased design we benchmark products in the market place, research market trends, analyze demographic and US Census data and study urban patterns in both domestic and international cities to provide design solutions that lend our clients a competitive edge.


OUR PROJECTS COMMERCIAL Research Forest Lakeside 2; 67,896 SF; The Woodlands, Texas Research Forest Lakeside 4 & 5; 497,898 SF; The Woodlands, Texas Confidential Office Tower; 303,500 SF; Austin, Texas Four Chasewood; 105,223 SF; Houston, Texas Lockton Place; 194,457 SF; Houston, Texas Perennial; 367,000 SF; Houston, Texas 2229 San Felipe; 323,352 SF; Houston, Texas Westchase Park II; 300,000 SF; Houston, Texas Research Forest Lakeside 9; 135,921 SF; The Woodlands, Texas Vision Park; 58,000 SF; Shenandoah, Texas GE Turtle Creek; 300,000 SF; Dallas, Texas Bridgeland Office; 150 Acres; Cypress, Texas CORPORATE 1111 Travis; 789,072 SF; Houston, Texas CGG; 530,799 SF; Houston, Texas Chicago Bridge & Iron; 1,097,141 SF; The Woodlands, Texas Dress for Success; 15,898 SF; Houston, Texas Pioneer Natural Resources; 526,722 SF; Midland, Texas

MIXED-USE Buffalo Heights; 700,000 SF; Houston, Texas Woodlands Gate; 222,447 SF; Conroe, Texas Alabama Row; 7,573 SF; Houston, Texas Bridgeland Town Center; 400 Acres; Cypress, Texas Bridgeland Tuckerton Fry; 25 Acres; Cypress, Texas East Shore; 72,887 SF; The Woodlands, Texas Post Oak Central; Houston, Texas Research Forest Lakeside 9 & Retail; 175,956 SF; The Woodlands, Texas GE Turtle Creek; 509,466 SF; Dallas, Texas West Forest; 202,000 SF; Conroe, Texas REDEVELOPMENT 3 Greenway; Houston, Texas 800 Bell; Houston, Texas 515 Post Oak; Houston, Texas 98 San Jacinto; Austin, Texas 111 Congress, Austin, Texas 8 & 12 Greenway; Houston, Texas 9 & 11 Greenway; Houston, Texas Greenway Hub; Houston, Texas Park Towers; Houston, Texas Post Oak Central; Houston, Texas


OUR STATS

COMMERCIAL

CORPORATE

8,305,316 SF

9,493,632 SF


MIXED-USE

REDEVELOPMENT

23,623,952 SF

5,137,848 SF


PROJECT TEAM


JIM ZEMSKI AIA


PRINCIPAL-INCHARGE

COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE PRACTICE AREA LEADER SUMMARY

EXPERIENCE 36 Years

EDUCATION University of Wisconsin, Bachelor of Science Architecture

SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE

After tenures with several successful architectural practices, Jim joined Ziegler Cooper in 2004. Adding to an already extensive list of commercial, institutional, residential and hospitality project experience, Jim has played significant roles since joining ZCA on a wide variety of multi-faceted, complex projects. These include highrise and mid-rise urban residential, as well as high density mixed-use and commercial developments.

3 Chasewood; 250,000 SF; 5-Story Office Building; Houston, Texas

As Practice Area Leader, Jim is dedicated to commercial and corporate facility architecture, mixed-use, and commercial redevelopment projects, as well as to providing a valuable link between the Commercial and Residential Practice Area teams within the Urban Architecture Studio. Jim’s significant project and financial management skills, as well as technical expertise, programming and design experience, is invaluable to his teams and his clients on complicated projects.

Tempe Tower; 355,600 SF; 12-Story Office Building; Tempe, Arizona

Perennial; 396,223 SF; 30-Story Office Building; Houston, Texas Richmond at Post Oak, McNair Design Competition; 250,000 SF; 12-Story Mixed-use; Houston, Texas

Preston Hollow Village; 1,117,724 SF; Multi-building Office, Residential & Retail; Dallas, Texas One Lakes Edge; 378,254 SF; 8-Story Residential & Retail; The Woodlands, Texas Buffalo Heights; 150,000 SF; 7-Story Office, Residential & Grocery; Houston, Texas Gables Tanglewood; 457,000 SF; 8-Story Residential & Retail; Houston, Texas Pearl Midtown West; 668,583 SF; 8-Story Residential & Grocery; Houston, Texas The Austonian; 635,358 SF; 56-Story Residential & Retail; Austin, Texas


LEANNA GATLIN AIA, LEED AP


SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE SUMMARY

EXPERIENCE 36 Years

EDUCATION University of Wisconsin, Bachelor of Science Architecture

SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE

A graduate of the North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture and a Master of Architecture from the University of Houston, Leanna serves Ziegler Cooper in the role of Senior Project Manager for the Commercial Architecture studio. Leanna Gatlin joined Ziegler Cooper following successful tenures at firms including Perkins + Will and Kendall/Heaton Associates.

Research Forest Lakeside, Building 4; 297,827 SF; 12-Story Office Building; The Woodlands, Texas

Her role as Project Manager includes client relations and the coordination of teams made up of designers, architects, interior designers, programmers, engineers and consultants on large complex projects. Leanna is responsible for the implementation, presentation and management of the project through all phases from conceptual design through construction administration. She serves as the central point of contact for the client, consultant and project team. Leanna oversees the coordination and preparation of the project budget and schedule.

San Felipe Place; 167,000 SF; 7-Story Office Building; Houston, Texas

Research Forest Lakeside, Building 5; 200,071 SF; 8-Story Office Building; The Woodlands, Texas Confidential Commercial Office Tower; 303,500 SF; 24-Story Office Building; Austin, Texas

Buffalo Heights; 150,000 SF; 7-Story Office, Residential & Grocery; Houston, Texas CGG; 106,992 SF; 3-Story Office Building; Houston, Texas Chicago Bridge & Iron; 155,00 SF; 6-Story Office Building; The Woodlands, Texas Pioneer Natural Resources; 265,052 SF; 6-Story Office Building; Midland, Texas 800 Bell; 1,400,000 SF; 44-Story Office Building Redevelopment 3 Greenway; Commercial Redevelopment; Houston, Texas


SENIOR PROJECT DESIGNER

ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE SUMMARY A graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Masters of Architecture, Bin Yu joined Ziegler Cooper Architects as a Senior Designer in the Commercial Architecture studio and brings more than 16 years of experience in the U.S., and 4 years experience in China. Bin’s distinctive designs rage from public assemble building type (include church, theater and convention center), complex corporate, mixed-use and education. She strives to push the envelope in design by creating unique spaces for each client.

EXPERIENCE 22 Years

EDUCATION University of Oklahoma, Master of Architecture; Chongqing Jianzhu University, Master of Engineering in Architecture Theory and Design

SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE Westchase Park II; 300,000 SF; 6-Story Office Building; Houston, Texas Confidential Commercial Office Tower; 303,500 SF; 24-Story Office Building; Austin, Texas Research Forest Lakeside, Building 9; 135,921 SF; 6-Story Office Building; The Woodlands, Texas Lockton Place; 227,000 SF; 8-Story Office Building; Houston, Texas Vision Park; 58,000 SF; 3-Story Office Building; Shenandoah, Texas Bridgeland Office Building; 75,000 SF; 3-Story Office Building; Cypress, Texas Entrust; 54,000 SF; 3-Story Office Building; Katy, Texas Buffalo Heights; 150,000 SF; 7-Story Office, Residential & Grocery; Houston, Texas East Shore; 57,000 SF; 2-Story Mixed-Use; The Woodlands, Texas 3 Greenway; Commercial Redevelopment; Houston, Texas 500 Fannin; Historic Office Renovation; Houston, Texas


BIN YU

AIA, LEED AP


COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE


Program Ziegler Cooper designed the recently completed Westchase Park II, a 300,000-square-foot second office phase and separate amenity building on the 15.2-acre commercial office campus. PMRG developed Westchase Park II and is leasing both buildings for Clarion Partners. The six-story, energy efficient building features 50,000-square-foot floor plates and shares an amenity facility with Westchase Park I. The large floor plate was designed for flexibility, and can accommodate a large single 50,000-square-foot tenant or be easily divided in half for a more typical office size. The office park is easily accessible and visible from the adjacent Beltway, with a distinguishing water feature with a sculpture by Texas artist George Schroeder. Westchase Park II is designed to achieve LEED Gold certification.


WESTCHASE PARK II HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


WESTCHASE PARK II Houston, Texas


WESTCHASE PARK II Houston, Texas


WESTCHASE PARK II Houston, Texas


Program Research Forest Lakeside 4, a 12-story, 297,827 square foot office building, is the second of 8 new buildings to be built in the 77-acre mixed-use development located on Lake Woodlands. The building is oriented with its south facing façade toward the water’s eastern edge, offering unobstructed views of Lake Woodlands. Sunshades above each floor serve both to prevent solar gain and to bounce natural light deep into the office spaces. Building 5, an 8-story commercial office building, is situated adjacent to Building 4. A waterfront motif carries subtle echoes into both buildings’ lobbies with the use of sail-like geometric inlays of granite and limestone flooring. A geometric architectural lobby ceiling provided an opportunity to visually guide tenants toward the elevator lobby. A common “halo” pedestrian walkway and vehicular drop off connects Buildings 4 and 5. These comemrcial office buildings were completed by ZC+O, a strategic association between Ziegler Cooper and Odell.


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 4&5 THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS


Site Master Plan


View From Lake Woodlands


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 4&5 The Woodlands, Texas


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 4&5 The Woodlands, Texas


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 4&5 The Woodlands, Texas


Program The first of eight new office buildings completed on the Research Forest Lakeside campus, Building 2 is a 67,896 square foot, three-story Class A building featuring lakeside vehicular access, offering tenants and visitors the opportunity to enjoy the site’s natural beauty. The designer’s use of full-height glass and punched windows affords views of forest preserves and native lakeside landscaping. The building’s floor plates utilize highly efficient column free corners. In keeping with the commitment of both owner and architect to incorporate responsible environmental design into every aspect of the development; Building 2 attained a LEED Silver Certification. At ground breaking in 2011, it was the only Class A speculative office built in The Woodlands area and only one of three in the Houston metropolitan area. Research Forest Lakeside 2 was completed by ZC+O, a strategic association between Ziegler Cooper and Odell.


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 2 THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 2 The Woodlands, Texas


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 2 The Woodlands, Texas


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 2 The Woodlands, Texas


Program Located on the corner of San Felipe and Spann is a seventeen-story, Class A office building. This boutique office building nestled within the River Oaks area is designed to fit within its surroundings and maintain the quality and character of the prestigious neighborhood. The warmth of natural stone and bronze metalwork greet pedestrians as they enter the building. As the building rises above the tree canopies, it emerges with an elegant rhythm of vertical details of stone, metal and glass creating a timeless and distinctive urban form as it is viewed from the distance. Balconies at the top of the building will offer tenants views of the lush neighborhood below and stunning views of the city beyond.


SAN FELIPE PLACE HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


View From San Felipe


SAN FELIPE PLACE Houston, Texas


SAN FELIPE PLACE Houston, Texas


Program Ziegler Cooper was engaged by Triten Real Estate Partners to design Lockton Place, an eight-story office building and six-story garage which broke ground March 2016 in the Westchase district of Houston. The development features energy-efficient, sustainable design and enhanced landscaping with refined outdoor gathering spaces. The building will house an array of amenities, including cafe, fitness center and conference room, as well as an eighth-floor penthouse featuring 10-foot ceilings and an outdoor terrace.


LOCKTON PLACE HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Aerial View


LOCKTON PLACE Houston, Texas


LOCKTON PLACE Houston, Texas


LOCKTON PLACE Houston, Texas


Program Ziegler Cooper recently designed a new 74,000-square-foot, 3-story office building with 274 parking spaces to integrate with the Bridgeland Village Green master plan. The new office building will consist of a pre-cast facade, with regional brick and stone elements integrated throughout. This new commercial office building is due to open in 2019.


BRIDGELAND OFFICE BUILDING CYPRESS, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


BRIDGELAND OFFICE BUILDING Cypress, Texas


Program Everson Developments engaged Ziegler Cooper Architects to design the Vision Park Medical Building, a 58,000-square-foot medical office and surgery center at 121 Vision Park Boulevard in Shenandoah, Texas. The three-story building will be clad in a crisp combination of glass and precast facade, with the north-facing side of the building featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows, as well as a generous and welcoming covered drop off area. The exterior of the building will feature enhanced landscaping to help the structure more seamlessly blend with the surrounding natural greenery of Shenandoah. The interior common areas will feature a warm modernist design aesthetic to foster a hospitalityoriented feel to all those who enter the building. This new development is due to be completed in late 2018.


VISION PARK SHENANDOAH, TEXAS


VISION PARK Shenandoah, Texas


CORPORATE ARCHITECTURE


Program The new corporate headquarters for Chicago Bridge & Iron, an international energy infrastructure company, located in the Woodlands, Texas, is a second facility for the campus. The two-building complex, located on the shores of Lake Woodlands, creates a wooded campus environment that maximizes lake views and provides large and flexible floor plates for multiple office types. The new building features an extensive conferencing center overlooking the lake, with state of the art technology, flexibility, and breakout spaces. Special landscape design creates outdoor spaces for small gatherings to large events. A two-story clear glass colonnade seamlessly integrates the new building with existing. High-performance glass, a highly efficient mechanical system, and careful consideration of the sensitive natural environment help contribute to the sustainability of the project.


CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON The Woodlands, Texas


CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON The Woodlands, Texas


Program Ziegler Cooper was selected to design a corporate headquarters for one of the largest, privately-held exploration and production companies in the United States. Located in Houston’s Central Business District on a 65,000 square foot full city block, the new 22-story office tower will feature a podium style design with one level of parking below grade and 8 levels above grade. The additional 14 levels of office space total approximately 460,000 GSF over the garage and feature 22,000 square foot floor plates. The pedestrian-friendly design features an extended curtain wall at street level to conceal the parking garage. Additionally, the building footprint was reduced to allow for extensive landscaping at the street level which will also include over 9,500 GSF of retail space. The amenity floor, located on level nine, contains the main reception area, multiple conference rooms, a large town hall-style meeting room, rooftop garden, a fitness center and a commons Starbucks style barista area. State of the art technology will be integrated and A/V walls in the lobby and tunnel areas will be incorporated. Interior finishes consist of a pallet of stone and wood. Escalators and elevators will connect the main lobby to the tunnel system.


1111 TRAVIS HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


1111 TRAVIS Houston, Texas


1111 TRAVIS Houston, Texas


Program CGG is a fully integrated Geoscience company providing leading geological, geophysical and reservoir capabilities to its broad base of customers primarily from the global oil and gas industry. In 2000, CGG sought to unite disparate corporate functions previously spread throughout Houston, Texas in four separate locations. Ziegler Cooper´s design team created a master plan for the 18.5 acre corporate campus with a 20-30 year forecast for growth. The first phase consisted of two 3-story, 162,500 square foot office buildings and an interconnecting warehouse/ shop building. Arranged in a “C” shape, the buildings are clustered around a generous, landscaped courtyard which promotes interaction and enhanced connectivity. Eight years later an additional 91,500 s.f. office building incorporated along with a 5,500 s.f. dining facility. The most recent addition, currently under construction, is an additional 106,992 s.f. office building and 4-story, 192,696 s.f. parking garage to connect to the existing campus. A bright and contemporary two-story lobby features floor to ceiling windows, limestone floors and walls and soft seating areas offset by inset carpet. A large reception desk is centrally located and branded with LED lit corporate signage.


CGG

HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


CGG Houston, Texas


CGG Houston, Texas


Program When Dress for Success Houston (DFSH), a not-for-profit organization promoting the economic independence of disadvantaged women, grew out of their facilities, Ziegler Cooper provided design services for a new 16,600 square foot office, warehouse and clothing store, addressing the organization’s future needs. A portion of the design services were provided pro-bono.The design concept blends elements of sustainable design with DFSH´s desire for a corporate setting. Abundant natural light, low water usage, high efficient mechanical systems and a green roof. The corporate setting is achieved through the use of large expanses of glass with horizontal sun shading devices, a twostory entrance lobby and flexible work spaces. The project is currently seeking LEED Certification.


DRESS FOR SUCCESS HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior Views


DRESS FOR SUCCESS Houston, Texas


DRESS FOR SUCCESS Houston, Texas


DRESS FOR SUCCESS Houston, Texas


Program Pioneer Natural Resources, a large, independent oil and gas exploration and production company, contracted Ziegler Cooper Architects in early 2012 to design a new 6 story, 272,000 square foot office building is located in Midland, Texas and occupies a 41,600 square foot footprint. The amenity-rich workplace is aimed to increase employee retention and quality of life. A large dining hall on the first floor looks onto a landscaped garden and covered porch through an expanse of floor-to-ceiling glass. A large conferencing center and a training room for 50 are located on the first floor for easy access for visitors and employees. Large private offices on the upper floors punctuated by special open break areas and conference rooms provide the space and privacy desired by the highly specialized employee base. A state-ofthe-art fitness center and locker rooms are housed in the basement. The building seeks LEED Certification, with special attention given to sustainable water use practices, in a region where water scarcity is the norm. A high-performance envelope increases energy efficiency, while recycled and regional materials reduce the carbon footprint.


PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES MIDLAND, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior Detailing


PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES Midland, Texas


PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES Midland, Texas


Program The Royal Saudi Arabian Consulate conceptual design proposes a twobuilding complex that consists of a four-story rectangular building for the Consulate offices and a four-story structure for the diplomatic quarters. The Consulate building faรงade is made up of a dressed limestone, clear glass and an intricately patterned glass curtain wall. The clear glass wall on the lower portion of the building creates the sense that the building hovers above the ground, while revealing a portion of the interior. The main entrance to the Consulate building faces a uniquely designed courtyard with water features throughout and a vehicular drop-off entry. The ZC+O team has integrated multiple sustainability strategies into the Saudi Arabian Consulate design to achieve a LEED Gold design.


SAUDI CONSULATE HOUSTON, TEXAS


SAUDI CONSULATE Houston, Texas


SAUDI CONSULATE Houston, Texas


Program This confidential client is a leading provider of basic and intermediate chemicals and fertilizer products to industries throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. They also operate their own Research and Technology Center in Sugar Land (Houston), Texas, a state-of-the-art petrochemical research facility, which enables it to stay at the cutting edge of scientific advances in the industry. The client engaged Ziegler Cooper Architects to consolidate the company’s North America’s Functions of R&D, Technical Support and Material Applications to the existing 25-acre site in Sugar Land, Texas. The scope of the new campus includes a new research development and office building for 350 employees, 282,000 s.f. of Applications Laboratories and utilities in a separate building that contain approximately 3000 square feet of labs, and supporting parking.


CONFIDENTIAL CORPORATE CAMPUS HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


CONFIDENTIAL CORPORATE CAMPUS Houston, Texas


CONFIDENTIAL CORPORATE CAMPUS Houston, Texas


MIXED-USE ARCHITECTURE


Program The Royal Saudi Arabian Consulate conceptual design proposes a twobuilding complex that consists of a four-story rectangular building for the Consulate offices and a four-story structure for the diplomatic quarters. The Consulate building faรงade is made up of a dressed limestone, clear glass and an intricately patterned glass curtain wall. The clear glass wall on the lower portion of the building creates the sense that the building hovers above the ground, while revealing a portion of the interior. The main entrance to the Consulate building faces a uniquely designed courtyard with water features throughout and a vehicular drop-off entry. The ZC+O team has integrated multiple sustainability strategies into the Saudi Arabian Consulate design to achieve a LEED Gold design.


BUFFALO HEIGHTS HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Grocery Entry


BUFFALO HEIGHTS Houston, Texas


BUFFALO HEIGHTS Houston, Texas


Program Located at the intersection of I-45 and Rayford Road – the first exit north of Houston that serves The Woodlands and the new Exxon campus, this mixeduse project is significant to the area’s development. The 3.8-acre masterplanned site comprises a 127,000s.f. office building, a 700-car parking garage,17,000 s.f. of retail, a 13,000s.f. entertainment venue, restaurant and a 140-key hotel. The small, urbanscaled site and visibility provide the opportunity for creating a destination location. Seamless mixing of the seven restaurants, upscale food market, hotel, entertainment venue and office offers a 24-hour environment. The project has two levels of plazas tied together with overlooks, stairs and escalators. A shade structure, lushly landscaped outdoor seating and water features create an oasis from suburban traffic. The center will generate programs, concerts and social activities, with the central entertainment venue serving as a focal point for events and create energy and activity within the development.


WOODLANDS GATE SPRING, TEXAS


Site Plan


Aerial View


WOODLANDS GATE Spring, Texas


WOODLANDS GATE Spring, Texas


Program This high-density, mixed-use project will include an office tower adjacent to a 36-story apartment/hotel. The office portion will be a 29-story, 367,000-s.f. boutique, podium-style building with eight levels of above-grade parking and 4,600 s.f. of retail at the ground level. The development is being designed to meet USGBC requirements, and is striving to achieve LEED Gold.


PERENNIAL HOUSTON, TEXAS


Site Plan


Aerial View


PERENNIAL Houston, Texas


Program The latest Research Forest Lakeside campus addition will be Building 9, a steel-framed, six-story building comprising 135,921 square feet of office and common space. A covered walkway connects the office building to a 4-story garage which has parking for 610 cars. Guided by a consistent master planned mandate for LEED, Building 9 will seek LEED Silver Certification. Adjacent to the parking and office are four retail buildings that present numerous dining choices and convenience retail benefiting both tenants and neighboring commercial developments, due to its easy access to Research Forest Drive. As during all phases of this development, the client’s astute business acumen and the successful relationship with the development team, ensured the successful brokerage of an enviable mix of retail and restaurant tenants.


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 9 THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS


Site Plan


View of Retail


RESEARCH FOREST LAKESIDE 9 The Woodlands, Texas


Program Alabama Row is a new mixed-use development comprising 19,500 SF of retail and restaurants located at the intersection of Alabama and Mandell Streets on the southwest side of Houston, adjacent to the popular management districts of Montrose and Upper Kirby. This project adopts an urban, streetside approach by integrating outdoor cafe seating to activate the street, while situating the parking area on the other side of the building away from the pedestrian zone. Tenants of this modern retail development include BuffBurger, new Vietnamese restaurant LĂşa Viet Kitchen, and Lovett Dental. An easy walk to several museums and universities, this project creates an authentic addition to an established, walkable neighborhood.


ALABAMA ROW HOUSTON, TEXAS


ALABAMA ROW Houston, Texas


ALABAMA ROW Houston, Texas


Program This 3.44-acre retail and office site is located in The Woodlands, Texas. The project will consist of a two-story mixed-use building with 18,000 SF of retail at the first floor level and 20,000 SF of office space on the second floor; a 7,800-SF Forest Bank; a 7,500-SF high-end restaurant with 2nd-floor roof deck; and a 4-story parking garage. A covered outdoor plaza with patio dining on the ground level will provide an urban street experience.


EAST SHORE

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS


Site Plan


Exterior View


EAST SHORE The Woodlands, Texas


7 0 0 LOUISIANA STREET, SUITE 350, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002

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