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  1. Via Flickr: View over Montrose by Travis Baker, on Flickr L31 by Travis Baker, on Flickr Cans by Travis Baker, on Flickr Roof view by Travis Baker, on Flickr Skyline by Travis Baker, on Flickr Empty Pool by Travis Baker, on Flickr
    11 points
  2. That nice LED ring around the top just happens to change colors. Video attached.IMG_0443.MOV
    9 points
  3. Frank's Backyard http://www.houstontx.gov/planning/Commissions/docs_pdfs/hahc/reports_DRAFT/Feb_DRAFTS/417_Travis_Doors_DRAFT.pdf
    7 points
  4. 090 by Tracy Mosley, on Flickr
    5 points
  5. Nearly completed: Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    4 points
  6. Chronicle needs to go. Hines already said that the site will feature a high rise and wouldn't we all rather have that???
    4 points
  7. Some moo pictures from earlier today: 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    3 points
  8. Crane is up! 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    3 points
  9. This one's getting tall: 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    3 points
  10. Looks finished from the side I took the pictures (Exterior wise): Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    3 points
  11. Looks topped out to me, but no tree. 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    3 points
  12. As promised 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    3 points
  13. Hines doesn't restore. Hines destroys. Hines SMASH!
    3 points
  14. The cheapest units listed so far are $119,900 http://www.har.com/2604-leeland--1033/sale_53422989
    3 points
  15. On the right. Downtown by russell.hancock, on Flickr
    3 points
  16. Sneak Peak: Belfiore, Houston's Most Expensive Condo Under Construction
    3 points
  17. Half way there: Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    2 points
  18. Picking up the pace! 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24.16 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    2 points
  19. Some shots that I took today: 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr
    2 points
  20. Floor count as of today, 37. 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr (Optical Illusion????) 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr 2/24 by Chris R
    2 points
  21. As of 2.24 2.24 by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr Untitled by Chris Rojas, on Flickr This evening, the LED's weren't on
    2 points
  22. "Downtown Dallas" is comprised of 15 distinct districts. Vibrant growth occurring in the city's center long ago spilled over the freeways to enlarge the scope of what is considered downtown. This has been the official definition of "Downtown Dallas" for some time now: Reflecting that vibrant growth Woodall Rodgers is now being considered as the new "Main Street": http://www.dallasnews.com/business/columnists/steve-brown/20160107-the-main-drag-for-offices-shifts-north-to-uptown.ece Wall-to-wall density now stretches on both sides of Woodall Rodgers, growing more dense by the day.
    2 points
  23. Or could they have at least painted the HVAC grills a matching sky blue?
    2 points
  24. Judging from the photos, any exterior detail on the theater was gone by the 40s. Also, combining the five buildings apparently ended up with a rabbit warren of interior passageways, complete with seemingly randomly placed sets of steps where the floors didn't line up with one another. Based on that, it looks like any sort of restoration would be a mammoth undertaking, if it could even be done.
    2 points
  25. Iconic downtown Dallas Fountain Place tower plans massive garage
    2 points
  26. For the price they paid for the site, they'd have trouble getting a decent ROI.
    2 points
  27. No, One Uptown has not shrunk in size. Nor has it's incredible design changed from when it was announced. That's a phenomenon happening in Houston. This project in downtown Houston keeps shrinking ... and shrinking .... what a cute shrinking little hotel! First the dramatic change in its design from world class to whatever and now yet another downsizing in its floor count from 25 to 21 to now 20: Expectations Lowered Another Notch for Rising Hotel Alessandra’s Floor Count Houston Swamplot, 02-24-16, 10:33am: http://swamplot.com/expectations-lowered-another-notch-for-rising-hotel-a
    2 points
  28. Dallas leads the state with over 4,600 downtown area apartments being built | | Dallas Morning News
    2 points
  29. Houston can start calling whatever it wants to call downtown if you wish. Since you can't walk one block across a freeway via an imminently successful urban park to get from one dense district to another then however many miles you want to throw into your definition of Downtown Houston is up to you. If your definition of everything inside loop 610 is Downtown Houston then you better get into a car and be prepared to drive several miles. LOL! Downtown Dallas is comprised of 15 districts, all walkable from one to the other if one wishes. BIG, BIG DIFFERENCE! Yes, there are towers
    1 point
  30. Can anyone please PM me and tell me why on earth in 2016 people are still faux finishing? I've only seen maybe a handful of salons not have columns & arched skies... and in ROD of all places...
    1 point
  31. Are we sure this is coming down soon? http://realtynewsreport.com/2016/02/24/houston-chronicle-leaves-downtown-newspaper-property-now-controlled-by-hines/
    1 point
  32. ATTENTION!!: Transit terminal opens tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 pm!!! Megabus, Greyhound, other regional buses--are you ready??? I know Island Transit is... http://cityofgalveston.org/393/Transportation (via, City of Galveston's website) https://www.facebook.com/events/554950368003838/554950374670504/ (via their Facebook page)
    1 point
  33. I was in Atlanta when the similiar Oliver McMillan development opened....it also started slow with just retail and later picked up when the restaurants opened.....so it will became a nice dense development by summer i expect.
    1 point
  34. So this should be RTG for the 2018-2019 school year. Should be a nice neighborhood by then, Texaco, Le Meridien, Alexan, Catalyst, Great Southwest (maybe).
    1 point
  35. That 40 story twisty tower would pop a lot nicer.
    1 point
  36. It's that neighbor thing that has Brady all in a twist if I remember correctly. The folks up in The Woodlands wanted the line to go straight up 45 so they could benefit. Since the line is going west of Montgomery County they disapprove of the thing entirely. The thing is, the new Grimes County station area will become the new "it" bedroom community.
    1 point
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