Here’s the sign that’s gone up on the northeast corner of Weslayan and West Alabama, where PM Realty plans to start construction later this year on the 35-story apartment tower it announced last year. The tower, PM Realty’s first in Houston, will have 12,500 sq. ft. of retail space on the first or second floor, 250 apartments, and a 3,000-sq.-ft. fitness center, according to a Houston Business Journal report last year. On the 2.6-acre site, which the company bought from Interfin last August: the remains of the State Grille restaurant. New on-the-scene blog Going Up! City has these pix of the site:
The sign identifies the new project as 2900 Weslayan, which also happens to be the address of the Chase Bank office building across the street, which PM Realty manages.
- Luxury high-rise apartments planned inside the Loop [Houston Business Journal]
- Previously on Swamplot: A West Alabama and Weslayan Kickoff to the Next Highrise Apartment Growing Season, State Grille Demolition: Just for the Hell of It, State Grille Closing Down; 27-Story Tower Going Up?
Photos: Going Up! City