Tradition Senior Living has kicked off construction on a new, 23-story tower it’s building on the site of the Ripple Creek Townhomes just east of the Second Baptist Church complex on Woodway Dr.Â — which were demolished last year. The tower will overlook the concrete-lined Bering Ditch as shown in the rendering at top — taken from the website of a Vietnamese firm that’s touting the project as a way for foreigners to earn green cards by investing in it.
The new apartment’s parking lot and landscaping on Woodway are shown hugging Texas Dow Employees Credit Unionâ€™s branch building on the corner of S. Ripple Creek Dr. East of the bank — in place of what are now 2 vacant strip buildings — a dog park, water feature, porte-cochÃ¨re, and driveway onto Woodway are planned:
The new tower is Tradition Senior Living’s second project in Houston; site work began last year on its first at 9339 Buffalo Spdwy., a few blocks north of Main St.
- The Tradition Homeschooling Project [Westlife Immigration via HAIF]
- Previously on Swamplot: The Ripple Creek Townhomes Are Now Being Ripped to Shreds; Giant Hole in the Ground for Senior Living Center Now Taking Shape on Buffalo Speedway; Senior Living Construction Crews Now Digging Themselves Into a Giant Hole on Buffalo Spdwy.;Â Future Tradition Senior Living Lot on Buffalo Spdwy. Takes Parking Gig as Super Bowl Nears;Â Senior Living on Linkwood Dr. Now Being Planned Half Mile from Planned Buffalo Speedway Senior Living;Â Long-Empty Land by NRG Eyeing New Relationship Prospects Decades After Steakhouse Abandonment
Rendering and site plan: Westlife Immigration