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  1. I agree with your comments on it's location but I honestly believe the synergy that's been created downtown already, will fuel the tunnels in to becoming something much more than a place for workers.
  2. That empty lot with the City Place sign needs to take off next.
  3. I hope that sign is temporary cause it looks like ass
  4. This area is going to need to go vertical when it comes to parking if we’re wanting to see other lots redeveloped. If the city would hurry the hell up and remove parking minimums from EaDo and Midtown then we can expect even greater things. Idk what’s taking so long.
  5. Well last I read the Greenways Project in conjunction with this development had the new bridges approved for construction.
  6. City Center is next to a massive freeway and lots of empty spread out land. Lower Heights has roughly 12k people within a mile of one another. I’m not really sure how much more evidence we need as Houstonians to realize people want to walk and take other more healthier forms of transit in this city. I get the hesitation in believing that maybe finally we’re seeing Houston become what we’ve always wanted but the reality is that this is a rare opportunity to be alive in this city and see it literally change right in front of us. I think we’ve just been let down so much as Houstonians that when we finally start to see things take off we have a hard time believing it’s actually happening.
  7. City Center is next to a massive freeway and lots of empty spread out land. Lower Heights has roughly 12k people within a mile of one another. I’m not really sure how much more evidence we need as Houstonians to realize people want to walk and take other more healthier forms of transit in this city. I get the hesitation in believing that maybe finally we’re seeing Houston become what we’ve always wanted but the reality is that this is a rare opportunity to be alive in this city and see it literally change right in front of us. I think we’ve just been let down so much as Houstonians that when we finally start to see things take off we have a hard time believing it’s actually happening.
  8. I feel like all of these would be successful in LHD. If people will travel to City Center then they will come to LHD.
  9. I feel like all of these would be successful in LHD. If people will travel to City Center then they will come to LHD.
  10. Can someone explain why we’re questioning the article all of a sudden? Can someone explain why we’re questioning the article all of a sudden?
  11. Yeah I’m def second guessing all of this. I feel that EaDo is taking off and here comes TxDOT to throw us back a decade for a couple of “possible” deck parks. And we haven’t mentioned the affect on public transit this will have for those that rely on the Green/Purple Line to come in and out of the city. This just seems like another version of the Boston Big Dig. It’s such a massive undertaking with small room for error.
  12. With this and TMC3 it’s going to be fun to watch the spokes of development that happen around these
  13. With this and TMC3 it’s going to be fun to watch the spokes of development that happen around these
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