And here is how Tema hopes all of its developments will fit together one day on the northern edge of Hermann Park.
That just-begun 7-story apartment building — “Phase I” above — is going in at 1699 Hermann Dr., immediately west of Tema’s thirtysomething-year-old, 35-story Parklane Houston Condos tower.
Phase II — also 7 stories, groundbreaking TBA — slots in behind the 7-story building and looks over Ewing St. towards downtown.
And then there’s the proposed tall and twisty Tower at Hermann Place, the 42-story behemoth that was once slated to be up by the middle of next year…
According to a company spokesperson, we will have to wait 4-6 years for work to commence on Tema’s western bookend to its Hermann Park developments.
But when that day arrives, the plan calls for the helix-oid highrise to slot in at the corner of Hermann Dr. and Jackson St., just across from the Plaza Museum District Apartments and a block east of the Health Museum.
- Developer talks Museum District’s upcoming artsy high-rise [Houston Business Journal]
- Previously on Swamplot: More Tema Apartments Coming North of Hermann Park, But Not That Tall Twisty Tower, Yet; Is This Going To Be the Next Hermann Dr. Highrise?
Renderings: Corgan Associates