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  2. @bobruss, @hindesky Here you go. TMC Skyline
  3. Particularly that 4-phases will be developed in the next 10 years!! 2.5 years each. Pretty aggressive, indeed.
  4. I must admit the quality of ideas in regard to development has drastically improved over the last 20 years. East River, Station Houston and TMC3 (among others), while different entirely in what they are - are the sort of forward thinking, large, transformative projects Houston was known for decades ago. Those 3 alone will greatly alter the landscape in town. This is an entire new district created in an area where these sort of projects wouldn’t have happened with the developers of the 90’s and early 00’s. At all. Midway has - in my opinion - clearly separated itself from anyone not named Hines in this town. Good for them. Better for us.
  5. certainly right, but the 82 isn't a BRT. I've been on the metro in Paris, and indeed some of the lines do have rubber wheeled vehicles. I don't consider them more comfortable, and I don't know if they are cheaper to maintain, maybe cheaper to install than rail.
  6. https://www.eastenddistrict.com/wp-content/uploads/Navigation-Roundabout-RFQ.pdf
  7. The numbers underwent some major revision, as there was one year (2017) that was previously identified by census as a no-growth year, but it has since been revised upward. Over a million in one decade. Still on track to surpass the Chicago metro in less than 25 years....
  8. This is from the same realty company that owns 6.86 acres on S. Main across the street. Belt International Realty Company Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/10800-S-Main-St-Houston-TX/9908417/
  9. Is Windswept Inn mentioned or does anyone recall it? I think it was on Airline in the Aldine area. It was the late 70's and I was young.
  10. From Belt International Realty Company. Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/10999-S-Main-St-Houston-TX/3881099/
  11. That was a decent little par 3 golf course when I lived nearby in the early 80's. Amazing nothing other than those buildings in the middle have gone up.
  12. This is called Valencia Place. https://www.valenciaplaceliving.com/ Took these photos today.
  13. Developer planning new community few miles from Texas Medical Center, Rice University https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/01/16/developer-planning-new-community-few-miles-from.html
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  15. The National Library of France in Paris certainly falls into skyscraper library category. Quite beautiful also.
  16. New ‘urban walkable’ community southwest of Texas Medical Center moves forward https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/03/26/new-urban-walkable-community-southwest-of-texas.html
  17. Waiting on this land to be developed. Here's a blurb from Swamplot http://swamplot.com/willowbend-strip-center-soil-ready-for-planting-of-new-townhome-farm/2015-07-08/ Here's the land as of today Phase I, InTown Homes Willowbend https://www.intown-homes.com/Willowbend
  18. What's up with the Cushman & Wakefield land at the intersection of Stella Link & Willowbend? The land is also boundaries S. Main street. The Cushman & Wakefield sign has been there for over a decade. Why isn't anybody buying it I wonder? Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/listing/stella-link-rd-houston-tx/9142740/
  19. They should be where land is cheap.
  20. Considering the landmass is almost half the size of downtown, I'd say that's pretty fast.
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