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Montrose Gets New Luxury High Rise Condos And Hotel

Montrose Gets New Luxury High Rise Condos And Hotel

Montrose Area Boutique Hotels Strikes Deal With Hines Development For Luxury High Rise

HOUSTON Oct. 5 — La’Colombe d’Or owner Steve Zimmerman and Hines Development announced on Tuesday a partnership that will develop a 34-story residential high-rise, and adjoining hotel.

The development includes a $10 million dollar expansion to the boutique hotel, along with a 285-unit tower, to be named Residences at La Colombe d’Or. La Colombe d’Or boutique hotel on Montrose Boulevard. The tower will be built on Yoakum St.

“La Colombe d’Or is one of those unique Houston gems that makes our city so special,” Hines Founder and Chairman Gerald D. Hines said. “We look forward to working hand-in-hand with the Zimmerman family to be a part of the next chapter in the legacy of this celebration of enriched living.”

The family owned historic hotel was built in 1923. The landmark property serves as one of the world’s premier luxury boutique hotels in Montrose.

Construction set to start in 2017 with completion in 2020.

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Popular Gay Bar ‘Meteor’ Property Sold And Will Be Demolished For New Development In 2016

A new proposed development in Montrose recently announced includes an impressive lower Fairview revitalization set to break ground in the late summer of 2016.

The news also brings to light the property where the popular LGBT bar Meteor is located. The proposal released; places a six story parking garage at 2302-2308 Genesee, the current home of Meteor. But the developer admits ‘things could change closer’ to ground breaking.

“We finalized the sale of the property in late October” Charles Armstrong; owner of Meteor explains to About News.

“Meteor was not sold, just the property.”

Meteor will lease the property until construction is set to start. It is not uncommon for a bar owner to lease property. It’s more common for a bar to lease than to purchase the property.

“Matter of fact, it’s business as usual.” Armstrong says “We have events planned all the way through the Spring of 2016.”

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New Redevelopment Project Planned for East Montrose (Red Area Is Currently Meteor)

Armstong informed employees of the changes coming, in a staff meeting late Wednesday afternoon and clarified any rumors.

The massive project includes redeveloping a number of nearby commercial properties with new retail, office parking space.

The new structures in the new concept will run east and west through the  of Fairview, with the center running north/south streets of Morgan, Taft, Mason and Genesee.

If you know Gratifi, Cuchara and Max’s Wine Dive and the property Where Common Bond is located; then you know Fred Sharifi, the developer of the new project.

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