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Moore713

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  1. I will say one key difference...the increase in population downtown.. which means even if a business closes...something else is likely to pop up in it place. Because there is now a night crowd to serve.
  2. Hate to see it... downtown Houston worked so hard to build up it core and just when it seems like it will finally start to explode... something comes along to set it back... seems to always happen
  3. So they can get some pretentious overly priced store in there...duh.
  4. If this is true, this could be a even bigger boom for the area. How long before other businesses start to pop up to support. Stores, restaurants etc etc.... If all hold stead ... in 5 to 7 years this could be a booming corridor
  5. Remember when people said downtown and medical center would never connect ? Now you can stand downtown look straight down main street and swear it all one long corridor.
  6. I'm all for it if the last decade has taught Houston anything, it that we have to further diversify our economy. We can not continue to see oil and gas as a viable anchor, going foward. We have to actively push for our major sectors to grow , while craving a path into new ones. Why i would like to see our space port grow and our medical .. Hell i laughed when the spaceforce was proposed but if they really are looking for a new headquarters in the next 10 year. I Think we should do everything in our power to sell Houston to them.
  7. Notice that yesterday. Made me start wondering how long before more some mid rises start dotting Eado skyline
  8. What the hell ever happened with the Ashby?
  9. That would be cause a development explosion for this place
  10. Don't think that it at all, it seems Developers have a habit of dragging their feet till Houston falls right back into another Boom and Bust cycle. Seems like by the time they actually put shovels to ground it when the city runs into a economic downturn
  11. Good development for what a dead end part of town
  12. A " Mall " might not be such a bad thing.. because trying to retail off in downtown Houston has for the most part been a object failure.
  13. I dont known ...I think 20 years for a concept that was played out 19 years ago...can be considered successful
  14. Still wish these kind of places would go for a little more architectural diversity. They are all starting to look alike.
  15. The whole statement from rice seems absolutely stupid. That corridor is from end to end is 20 mins with stop.. that downtown to midtown to medical center. 12 by car ..I have rode this route hundreds of times if you factor in the years I had to ride the rail to work.
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