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  1. I have to respectfully disagree. I went to San Antonio recently and that place is boring. I love what San Antonio is doing outside of the Riverwalk but the Riverwalk itself is outdated imo. They need to revamp that entire area.
  2. Is there anything we can do to present this issue to the city?
  3. I think it's more a question of why not? We should be able to access any part of the city fairly easy by foot without having to road map a solution.
  4. While it is a drastic change, I think we have to consider that GID was probably a little ahead of the game when developing this. Now that there are other developers pulling out all the stops I think they knew they had to make a move from a reputation standpoint. While it isn't as nice, I think all of this is heading the right direction. And remember, this is only Phase 2 of the project, some things may stay the same.
  5. IT'S ALIVE!!! 🧟‍♂️ This coupled with Hanover's development, East River, Buffalo Heights District, Lower Heights District, MKT, TMC3, and the Innovation DIstrict. Is it safe to say Houston is about to become a lot more walkable?
  6. Are you kidding me? Lol It's like one block away. The homeless walk past VooDoo all the time. Now speaking of Star of Hope, the housing is very strict. My girlfriend worked for Star of Hope for a while and she managed who was allowed housing and who wasn't. There are very strict requirements to live there, so while there may be stragglers here and there, this place is for people who WANT to get back on their feet.
  7. I mean VooDoo bar is right down the street and people go there all the time.
  8. I live in the East End and they have to be the best management district out of all the neighborhoods in this city. They act quickly, they fix actual needs in the neighborhood, and most importantly THEY LISTEN. They have my full support for a street car given how much they do for my part of town. I remember talking to one of the directors and the plans they have for Telephone Rd and other streets is amazing. They aren't neglecting any part of the East End when it comes to improvements.
  9. I have a better feeling about this one. I feel like everyone enjoys wings and if they mix that with a few TVs to watch the Stros then this place will stay busy. The problem with the other two restaurants was people only trust what they know. I'd never been to Padna's and I'm not going to say it wasn't possibly good food, but if I already know of a place that I've tried and trust the quality, then I'll pass over Padna's. Plus it doesn't help that the two buildings across the street haven't had any TLC in a long time. I wish one of those buildings would become a coffee shop or something.
  10. How is this not on the yearly list of eyesores needing to be demolished by the COH? If they're pumping water every time it rains, the structure has to be dangerous to the public. I guess we have to wait for something bad to happen to a pedestrian before the city will do anything.
  11. That's the same building? 😮 Looks promising
  12. Totally agree. I guess my question was geared more towards the second part of what you said.
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