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Old 03-05-2012, 05:08 PM
 
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The model designs on the website show 4000-5000 sqft floorplans starting in the high 600's.
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Old 03-05-2012, 05:59 PM
 
Location: Charleston Sc and Western NC
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Any news on Talia Trail? Sounds interesting assuming size and price range hit the market right. Id guess they do something like Bayou Woods across from Barkers landing size wise. 3000-3700 sf. Price probably has to hit $500-700k assuming comparable upgrades to redos in this area. What do you think?

If they are in SBISD(which Barkers isn't) they will automatically be more. Says high 6s, but even with the funky location I'm guessing they will end up more like the mid 7s.
However, traffic in that area on a Sunday seemed pretty tough. Three lights to make it through Eldridge was harsh. Virtually no traffic east of Kirkwood.
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:06 PM
 
Location: plano
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If they are in SBISD(which Barkers isn't) they will automatically be more. Says high 6s, but even with the funky location I'm guessing they will end up more like the mid 7s.
However, traffic in that area on a Sunday seemed pretty tough. Three lights to make it through Eldridge was harsh. Virtually no traffic east of Kirkwood.
They are SBISD, the line is basically Eldridge or a little west of Eldridge. They are bigger than I had guessed at 4-5k sf. Should be a hit, if I was stil in Houston I would be interested. I see they have no pool like the one I mentioned and lots not big enough to handle one most likely.

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Old 03-08-2012, 04:40 PM
 
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looks like postage stamp lots (50-55 x 110-120) most will be 3 story to create the SQ footage that the builders are trying to put in. Location, it is energy corridor. But I think it will be over priced... but it is all relative. Not much open space left in that area. Maybe that area north of i-10 between 6 and Eldridge next to the stone place is next? The 2 builders will be M-street, and Partners in Building. Partners in Building makes some of the ugliest homes i have seen. Really? does every home you build have to have a Spiral staircase? Oh well, i guess they got to get the money while they can. My concern is that it is is a very busy area, with apartments on all three sides. Yikes! for the 650K starting....i would buy a near tear down further in.
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Old 03-08-2012, 05:05 PM
 
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Apartments on 3 sides?

More like apartments on one side and townhomes on 2 sides.

Also, what's this about development north of I-10?
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Old 03-08-2012, 05:28 PM
 
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Also, what's this about development north of I-10?
Here are the answers I got when I asked what might be going on there:

Does anyone know what's planned for I-10 north feeder rd. just before Hwy 6 Park & Ride?
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:11 PM
 
Location: Knob Hill
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Looks like they're on the market, high 700's. HAR's got them located off of Tully Road, too bad they aren't, it would help bring up the area north of Memorial.

603 Blue Iris Trail, Houston, TX 77079 - HAR.com
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:47 PM
 
Location: Charleston Sc and Western NC
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Looks like they're on the market, high 700's. HAR's got them located off of Tully Road, too bad they aren't, it would help bring up the area north of Memorial.

603 Blue Iris Trail, Houston, TX 77079 - HAR.com
Meh...its PIB...only so much they can elevate anything.

For the Tully area, I would vote for a green built garden home community with park/green space...priced in the 450s. An underserved price point in the area.. Great public schools, safe and involved community, along with an express todowntown...seems ripe for the picking for that kind of development
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Old 07-24-2012, 04:40 PM
 
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Humph...same price point as Nottingham west rebuilds but more house and half the lot (if 42 is really projected housing). I guess the benefit you get is a gate. $1000 annual fees seems low though. Gate maintenance and landscaping would eat that up in a hurry. All in all, not a tradeoff i'd be interested in making.
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