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HNathoo last won the day on July 28 2017

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  1. It was more about the local impacts, which are being spun as negative by those against the project. But when you actually ask the neighborhoods, they seem to want this. These are the guys being impacted by the perceived pollution, flooding, construction, traffic, displacement, etc. I don't generally agree with the way TXDOT has done things, but if the option is to build it as-is versus not build it, I hope they choose to build.
  2. Have there been any neighborhood associations coming out against the project? Midtown, downtown, eado, 5th ward, independence heights, etc?
  3. Museum Park Super Neighborhood wrote a letter in support of the project: Texas Department of Transportation, Attn: TPP-UTP, P.O. Box 149217, Austin, TX 78714-9217 Submitted via email to: UTP-PublicComments@txdot.gov August 3, 2021 RE: Draft 2022 Unified Transportation Program (UTP) North Houston Highway Improvement Project (NHHIP) Public comment supporting ongoing funding for the NHHIP TO: Texas Transportation Commission FROM: Museum Park Super Neighborhood Kathleen O’Reilly, President, president@museumparksn.org Thank you for the opportunity to comment on thi
  4. Very unfortunate time to being doing dirt work - no real opportunity to dry out the site.
  5. Wow - this is coming together nicely, albeit very slow.
  6. How is it holding up for you? I've heard they don't really last too long in commercial applications.
  7. I think that’s all political talking points. This project is happening (at least this segment).
  8. Most of the crowd being impacted by the expansion are looking for new sites, but don't want to pull the trigger until they have to. TXDOT has put a hold on ROW acquisitions for this project segment until they get their funding renewed for the next fiscal year, putting everyone in a wait and see mode.
  9. I believe they have a parking agreement with the museums during summer peak demand.
  10. The site had been on the market for a while, but I believe it is subject to a long-term lease with the bank. It definitely justifies a better use, but don't know if we'll see anything here until the bank moves out.
  11. I don’t think I’ve ever seen air rights be referenced on a Houston permit. Why would that be a thing without zoning?
  12. Wow, you can really see the potential of this site now that it's been razed. I'm so glad Skanska got a hold of it.
  13. I doubt any GC is being paid that much for the work being done right now. The cost to rent trailers is a few hundred per month, and they'll cover any labor cost plus an admin fees, which I would imagine are pretty minimal given the site activity. In regards to fundraising, the group running this is incredibly well capitalized - Money isn't the issue.
  14. This is both annoying and great. After I eat my salad across the street at Sweet Green, I'll probably walk over here to negate my prior healthy choices.
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