Sleepy Singer Island, a beachy enclave that rests due north of Palm Beach, has awakened to the sounds of new residential development for the first time in nearly a decade.
Third Palm Capital, the developer behind Republic Square, shared its plans for the redevelopment of Exxon Mobil Chemical's old headquarters site. The real estate investment company bought the campus in 2013 and is moving forward on developing speculative office space, art studios, a biergarten and more, Third Palm's Executive Manager Randall Tuller told the Houston Business Journal.
The first new luxury condonimium to rise on Singer Island in nearly a decade is set to open in 2018. VistaBlue will offer residential units ranging from $1.4 million to $8 million with floor-to-ceiling windows, a wrap-around terrace, five-star amenities and more.
A year after first announcing long-term plans for the redevelopment of the former ExxonMobil Chemical headquarters campus and renaming the prime, future mixed-use district at 13501 Katy Freeway in Houston as Republic Square, sole owner and the project's developer, Third Palm Capital, is in the process of repurposing the existing buildings on this approximately 35-acre Energy Corridor site
VistaBlue, Singer Island’s first new condo development since 2008, has released new renderings, featuring the pool, lobby, and aerial view of a unit’s terrace.