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  1. 100 Block of Main and Commerce

    I swear, if I ever did a mockup like that at work, I'd be fired lol
  2. Alltmont Building @ 311 Travis Street

    Good stuff bobruss
  3. Sawyer Yards

    I'm seriously tired of these developments. I don't mind the businesses but damn can someone build closer to the sidewalk?
  4. Midtown Common @ 2403 Caroline

    Midtown will be a smaller downtown in 10 years.
  5. Camden McGowen Station + New Park (Midtown Superblock)

    It was a joke smh lol... I hope
  6. East Downtown Promenade

    This is perfect!!!
  7. 2522 Yale

    Wow so 2 locations now
  8. 3100 Fannin

  9. The Boulevard Project

    How in the world can you assume so much about the people living in those high-rises yet question most of us in this forum, who have been in this for well over a decade, about how we feel development will pick up after this is finished? You do realize that metro Houston is roughly 6 million yet nobody will ride this? That doesn't make any sense. Again this is exactly how people who questioned the Redline were proven wrong.
  10. The Boulevard Project

    Preach! I get that McIngvale is a business man but damn how can he be so naive to not see the greater good this will be for Houston? Maybe he should quit giving away so much furniture. lol (sarcasm)
  11. 615 W Gray

    Oh so just the Skinny Rita building is being demoed?
  12. So are they wanting to expand it throughout Midtown? That doesn't seem like a big change at all. I would exempt all neighborhoods in the Loop. Either way this is pretty interesting because this is literally the tipping point change cities make when they are progressing to a new level of urbanism. There seems to be a more cohesive plan to future development.
  13. 3300 Main by PM Realty Group: 336-unit high-rise

    Yeah they're working on the site. I noticed that this morning.
  14. Regent Square: Allen Parkway at Dunlavy

    Yeah at this point I give up on this. Not too concerned though. This is prime real estate that will developed soon enough. I mean we still have the development on Gillette and Buffalo Heights to look forward to.