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  1. Tons of industrial property just waiting to be flipped in this area. Lots of available space.
  2. The 18th/TC Jester intersection is a complete embarrassment pavement wise and definitely needs a stop light.
  3. Right across from McIntyre's. The retirees can walk across the street and party it up with the youngins.😀
  4. Does this replace David Weekley's below townhome development or is it adjacent? http://swamplot.com/where-a-new-timbergrove-neighborhood-is-now-springing-up-across-610-from-the-northwest-mall/2018-06-27/
  5. A different looking building that extends the skyline. I think it'll look great when completed. That whole area by Market Square is shaping up very nicely.
  6. This should do well. That shopping center is ripe for this kind of project. Really hope they don't stick to "Grove Heights".
  7. Yep. That appears to be the site. As a Timbergrove resident, I'd be ecstatic if this comes to fruition!
  8. Please please please happen. I've always thought that nothing will happen here until the 610 construction is completed. It is finally getting close to being finished...so much potential for this site.
  9. Wow. A ton of good news for the North Shepherd/Durham and Shady Acres area. That area is really getting attention from bars, restaurants, shops, etc. Can't blame them. The market is strong in that area. Shepherd/Durham from I-10 to 610 is PRIME for redevelopment.
  10. I live in Timbergrove and drive this stretch everyday. The Guefen Apartments are further south, adjacent to the railroad tracks. In-Town homes is also building a massive townhome expansion on Kansas Street just south of this as well. http://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/33138-haven-at-washington-ave-apartments/ They had construction fencing up on the former Paradise Motel lot (was going to be townhomes), but that came down recently and it appears up for sale again. The remaining warehouses you reference are all up for lease. A tire seller just moved into 1 this week it appears. This stuff will redevelop, but it may be a few years. Hempstead HWY will be rebuilt in this stretch soon (apparently the railroad bridge replacement is this slow part of this). I'd imagine that will spur some cleanup of this stretch as well. If you can deal with the current eyesores, I think it'd be a decent place to live with a very high future. You are within biking distance of Jaycee Park, West 11th street park, and the White Oak Bayou trail. Also a 2 minute drive to Memorial Park and great access to I-10. The Somerset Green development signaled to me that this entire warehouse district in the NW corner of the Loop will be changing soon. It already has started to an extent, just not super quickly like south of I-10.
  11. Yes, and the industrial buildings just north of that lot that are on 12th.
  12. Looks like a renovation/new town-home development. Nice. As a Timbergrove resident, I'm just happy that overgrown lot may finally be something nice. The sidewalk there has been overgrown for awhile. I did notice last week they finally mowed a piece of the property along the street. Although, that may have been the adjacent neighbors as I noticed they did some painting/aesthetic touches.
  13. GREAT picture! Man, I wish the gap between 3 Allen and 1400 Smith would be filled.
  14. Pretty sure they bought Mangum Center near their existing land. No idea what they plan on doing with it. If I were them, I'd get some signage of some sort on Mangum. https://www.google.com/maps/@29.8057627,-95.458903,3a,75y,230.4h,87.28t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1szNvU_VUNeX1hT_S5rdrtSQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1
  15. Gotta give this development its props, despite it taking a long time to construct. It actually looks nice!
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