The Women’s and Children’s Hospital at University Hospital in San Antonio will serve as the only hospital in South Texas dedicated exclusively to the needs of women and children. The new 12-story, 300 bed facility is aimed to provide a space with the highest levels of compassionate care. In partnership with UT Health San Antonio, the hospital will also serve as the only Level IV maternity center in South Texas. The maternity center will feature dedicated OB/GYN Emergency Department and operating suites, large, private labor and delivery suites, the highest level NICU, private in-patient rooms, and mother’s sleeping suites. The hospital is expected to be opened in late 2022
TMC³ Bioresearch Campus’ economic advantages will be extraordinary. Each year, the State of Texas will benefit from an ongoing annual impact of $5.4 billion. Nearly 23,000 permanent new Harris County jobs will drive that gain, representing virtually all industries, pay scales, tax levels, and educational backgrounds. Not to mention the 17,000+ construction jobs that will help bring the TMC³ vision to life.
The Collaborative Building is the cornerstone of our life sciences initiative, providing a synergistic, state-of the-art environment for the research of four TMC3 founding institutions: TMC, MDA, UTHS and A&M. Designed by world renowned Elkus Manfredi Architects, the TMC³ Collaborative Building is the first shared tenant building on the TMC campus. It provides 187,000-square feet of space across four floors, with research facilities, wet labs, office space, shared core labs, open spaces for impromptu idea sharing, a lecture hall for TED talks and other programs, and ground-level retail – all facing TMC³ Helix Gardens.
The office building located at 9807 Katy Freeway is core/shell building on 12 floors for future build out with the exception of the 9th and 10th floors which are occupied by Air Liquide. The building is approximately 383,959 gross square feet with an estimated 745 full time occupants. Air Liquide will be the main tenant occupying approximately 50% of the building. The remaining 50% of the building is anticipated to be occupied by multiple tenants to be determined later.
Adjacent to Houston’s affluent Memorial neighborhood and in the heart of the Energy Corridor, Hotel ZaZa Memorial City will be located at the confluence of Interstate 10, Bunker Hill Road and Memorial City Mall. This collaboration with highly acclaimed Houston developer MetroNational will be the first third-party management agreement for Z Resorts. The hotel will be the centerpiece of MetroNational’s mixed-use development which includes 3,000,000 square feet of office space, 400 luxury apartments and 25,000 square feet of retail. With 159 guest rooms and 13,000 square feet of meeting space, Hotel ZaZa Memorial City will also feature a ground floor signature restaurant and bar opening to a resort style pool along with the ever-popular ZaSpa.
Designed to replace the undersized and aging Inmate Processing Center building, the new joint processing center consolidates all Houston Police Department (HPD) and Harris County intake processing operations in one modern facility. With three full floors plus a basement level and secure tunnel connection to other county jail facilities, the 246,000-square-foot facility will serve the nation’s third-largest county jail system, intaking and releasing approximately 800 to 900 individuals per day. The short-term assessment level will house 552 inmates.
The $65 million expansion set a national record which includes a new middle school building, underground parking garage, and leadership center. The new four-story Keith and Alice Mosing Middle School features an advanced robotics lab, large maker space, dedicated music rooms for instrumental and choral groups, visual arts studios, and science labs. An added and exciting bonus is that the middle school will have a state-of-the-art performance space with retractable seating in the Petersen Blue Box Theater. Underneath the middle school will be a 150-space parking garage designed to improve traffic flow and maximize green space. The Sarofim Leadership Center will become the new main entrance to the school and administrative wing.
Rice University will construct a new 4 story LEED building of approximately 83,000 gross square feet. The Building will include space for two academic departments: Economics and Sociology. It will also house four research institutes and centers: the Kinder Institute for Urban Research, HERC, the Texas Policy Lab, and the Boniuk Institute for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance. It will also house a conference center on the first floor. Space will be provided for Dean’s Suite as well as instructional and common areas to serve the undergraduate and graduate students and faculty.
The church, founded in 1962 will double space for congregants to worship with a new 80,000 square-foot sanctuary and additional education complex. The educational complex will also be added. The project cost of $35 million for the sanctuary and another $5 million for the 50,000-square-foot education complex. They estimate a 20-month timeline to complete the sanctuary building and shell for the education complex. They’ll then reassess before the next phase focused on the education complex. There will be a number of classrooms, a separate auditorium for Wheeler Avenue’s youth church and a large nursery.