The Perennial Redstone Post Oak Idea

Is this a view of a planned replacement for the Compass Bank building at 2200 Post Oak — a block north of the Galleria — that was imploded back in March? So claims Reverberation, a participant on the SkyscraperPage forum, who posted the image. Reverberation adds that the Redstone Companies is calling the project The Perennial, and that it’s “supposedly coming 2011.”

The 4-acre site is immediately north of the Centre at Post Oak shopping center. The street on the far left of the rendering appears to be Post Oak; that would put Guilford Ct. on the right. The project appears to include office, residential, and hotel components, along with at least one multi-story parking garage.

As a poster on HAIF points out, the domain name redirects to the Redstone Companies website. Records show the domain name has been registered to Redstone Companies since 2004. Redstone has not officially announced its plans for the website — or the site on Post Oak.

3 Comment

  • Looks cool.

    I thinking this drawing and all the proposed work on Boulevard Place down the street was developed because of the future light rail line down Post Oak.

    The owner of current property could have very well just imploded the Compass Bank building so the land is more valuable. It’s easier to develop a piece of land if you don’t have to do demolition first.

  • Although it’s not a horrible design, it’s conservative, broad and nice, but I would think something more glitzy would go better in that area, or NEED to go there.

    I’m sure the insides makes up for it

  • Well, if it’s any help on potential tenants, the massing of the main structure, the skin, and the numbers of floors on each side of an open-air pool deck are extremely similar to the recent W Downtown Atlanta Hotel and Residences, which is itself a dilution of the earlier W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences.