Here’s a timelapse video showing workers creating a plaza in front of the lone extant office building in Generation Park’s Redemption Square development just inside the northeast corner of Beltway 8. The pavers were laid a little more carefully than shown here late last month in front of the brand-new 5-story, 86,523-sq.-ft. building at 250 Assay St.
Other than the 5-level parking garage structure now behind it — and the landscape improvements now going in — there’s not a whole lot crowding the building so far, as the earlier aerial photo above shows. The Beltway is in the foreground of that image; here’s a closer-in view of the east side of 250 Assay St. shortly before the trees and pavers went in:
McCord Development’s plan for Redemption Square, however, shows a few more buildings coming:
250 Assay St. is immediately northwest of the intersection of Assay St. and Redemption Square Rd.
- 250 Assay Street [Generation Park]
- Redemption Square [Generation Park]
- Previously on Swamplot: 25 Acres of Recently Uncovered Northeast Houston Dirt, Where a Generation Park Office and Warehouse Center Will Sprout; For the Trees: Pitching Generation Park
Video and images: Generation Park
Coming next week on Swamplot, we will watch someone paint a wall and watch it dry