No... you need greenspace throughout each neighborhood... if I live in Midtown (which I do) then having to travel downtown just to go to the park is too far... plus new greenspace increase landvalue for the immediate area... there is no redudancy is creating quality development
Sorry to rain on the parade. This is a gorgeous park and all but does anyone feel as if this park takes away from the uniqueness of discovery green and creates a redundancy in Houston's urban fabric? Or do i have alot to learn? LOL
When you see Blackmon Mooring trucks on site it can't be a good thing. Asked a worker why they were there and he said the Lyric Center building had 7 floors with water damage. I assume ruptured piping.