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  1. People are always going to complain. But yeah what’s up with West Alabama? From what I know the funds for Houston Bikeways is separate from what Rebuild Houston has planned for West Alabama. Two different things. The Rebuild Houston map has been down for a while now so I assume they’re updating where funding is at now with current projects.
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    The Allen: Allen Pkwy/Gillette Mixed Use 6 acres

    I guess it’s safe to assume they want to do things right with the amount of work they’re putting in their leasing office.
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    U-Haul Moving & Storage Expansion at 1617 San Jacinto

    I think this is a solid development for the neighborhood and we’re getting a larger structure in its place.
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    Post HTX: 401 Franklin Post Office Site Redevelopment

    Any info on when some of this will be made public?
  5. Anyone have the full article? And damn a decade!!!???
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    1702 Nance St

    Ahh yes thank you
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    Post HTX: 401 Franklin Post Office Site Redevelopment

    I'm just hoping something even happens.
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    347 W 20th

    Goodnight Charlie’s is a great development so I’m expecting this to be great as well. It seems that this developer actually cares about building something with quality.
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    Regent Square: Allen Parkway at Dunlavy

    Things are probably slowing down but a lot is kicking off this year that’s really going to change the landscape pretty drastically. The next buildout will bring some great density.
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    1702 Nance St

    Is this a duplicate thread?
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    3540 W. Dallas St: Planned Mixed-Use by Hanover

    Yeah my apologies, just realized this. I thought they actually meant Downtown.
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    3540 W. Dallas St: Planned Mixed-Use by Hanover

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    Houston Center Redevelopment

    I was hoping they would open it up with more glass and natural light. I like it!
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    Metro Next - 2040 Vision

    The good thing is that the plan promises to not raise taxes and the way it's funded is a win win for everyone, so I'm pretty hopeful. Especially since more than 10 years ago the city passed the rail lines. We've come a long way since then so I feel good about this. Can we all agree on this forum that we're going to go out and vote and say YES to this plan???
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    Metro Next - 2040 Vision

    I feel like if this doesn't pass, it doesn't matter how well we develop as a city, having a bad transportation system will keep us well behind other cities for the next 100 years.