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Timoric

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Timoric last won the day on September 9 2014

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  1. Pause construction for EPIC CAGE MATCH
  2. These are pretty popular up where I live, along with Orange Theory seem to be what everyone is doing
  3. When I saw this map I was struck with this thought: this is like the residential version of Houston Center, Melbourne developer instead of Chicago, residential instead of office
  4. Reminds me of the sad dad donut shop and kid that tweeted about it - feel good story
  5. Not a bad decade 2010-2020 (I fudged a little taking buildings completing a few years after) Source: http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/city/houston Building Name Height (ft) Floors Completion 609 Main at Texas 755 48 2017 Texas Tower 735 47 2021 BG Group Place 632 46 2011 Capitol Tower 579 34 2019 The Preston 550 46 2022 2929 Weslayan 533 40 2015 Methodist Outpatient Care Center 512 26 2010 Market Square Tower 502 40 2017 The Post Oak 499 36 2018 Hess Tower 490 29 2010 1500 Post Oak Boulevard 477 30 2016 Hanover River Oaks 462 38 2020 Texas Children`s Hospital Expansion 457 25 2018 Latitude Med Center 423 35 2018 M.D. Anderson Administrative Support Building 415 25 2012 Residences at La Colombe d’Or 400 34 2020 Arabella 399 33 2018 Methodist Inpatient Hospital 395 17 2018 Aris Market Square 371 32 2017 Marriott Marquis Houston 371 28 2016 Amegy Tower 354 24 2016 3300 Main 351 28 2020 Hilcorp Energy Tower 346 23 2016 The Kirby Collection Residential Tower 340 22 2017 Le Meridien Hotel 338 25 2017 Catalyst 334 28 2017 Post Oak 330 29 2014 Hanover Montrose 326 30 2016 Astoria 322 25 2016 SkyHouse River Oaks 284 25 2015 The Southmore 284 24 2017 The Sovereign 280 21 2014 SkyHouse Houston 275 24 2014 Texas Children's Hospital Pavilion for Women 269 14 2012 Hotel Alessandra 263 21 2017 SkyHouse Main 262 24 2016 Vantage Med Center 260 22 2017 6565 MD Anderson Boulevard 253 13 2014 Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute 252 13 2010 Two BriarLake Plaza 251 18 2014 InterContinental Houston Medical Center 244 21 2019 The Carter 224 20 2017 Innovation Tower 48 2021 Tower at Hermann Place 42 2020 Noble Energy Center Two 20 2015
  6. I like it how it balances the skyline by having 4 new buildings past Chase now and the skyline will look longer too instead of the end being an abrupt 1,002 footer, who else has that number memorized by the way?
  7. Be funny if they had to replace a sidewalk on one side due to being worn out and cracked before they finished the other side initial pour and set
  8. Heard a podcast on 5G this morning, amazing what the future may hold. One example, 5G allows control up to 1cm for autonomous driving vs 3 feet 4G, 2. Cars as a service in future - you order an SUV, a convertible, a van based on what you need to do that day and it arrives with precise controls, reduce numbers of cars 25 percent and cars not sitting around unused 23 hours a day
  9. I want all of this too but I just think about one thing when I read about making a subtropical climate walkable... the loud mosquito truck I could hear two blocks away driving through Channelview as a kid, there is a reason Houston is sometimes known as the most air-conditioned city in the world, what was in that truck anyway? DDT (:
  10. The GDPs are very similar DC and Houston. They can change based on Houston's oil price as well. Sometimes Houston places 4th other times it drops down several slots.
  11. Saw this picture and thought, what is the nicest CVS in Houston?
  12. Five good bars in a row on a single street works for me
  13. I wish that someone like that French guy that did Rendezvous Houston could be hired to install some cool permanent lighting for the set backs and lines of the white buildings with colors, Philips Hue for Houston
  14. The Texas Medical Center - 30 years with a perpetual construction crane someplace and no end in sight
  15. Thread started in 2012, will this finish before the end of the decade?
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