Timoric

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  1. Darn it, even Pancho's is based in Dallas.
  2. I read on here that Miami would pass Houston for number of skyscrapers, looks like that has happened now. Definition is 490 feet + https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/us-cities-with-the-most-skyscrapers.html
  3. Buffalo Bayou Master Plan

    I experienced this personally on a much smaller scale adding a basement bathroom, the 4 inch pipe (dark lead colored) was completely corroded and had to be replaced from an upper bathroom that the contractor fed into, once he busted up the concrete floor - that stuff was just seeping into the soil under the foundation I guess, was built in 1969.
  4. Block 436 & 437 (Formerly Milhaus Midtown)

    Little Australia in Houston
  5. Great pic, really shows off the new buildings on the left thickening and extending the skyline
  6. I grabbed three of these toy cranes for my young boys with the Toys-R-Us going out of business, and guess what I noticed when I finally opened the first one?
  7. Is leasing over 90 percent in the center?
  8. Be interesting to see what someone thinks the street grid can support for mega-sized downtown Houston potentially, it looks like it can get a lot bigger.
  9. Museum of Fine Arts Houston Expansion

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  10. Museum of Fine Arts Houston Expansion

    https://youtu.be/fIDR106lsK4
  11. Like Texas, some Australian things are just bigger.
  12. I heard years ago it was already past the West Loop on a Left-Right but not Top-Bottom center.
  13. Marlowe: 20-floors, Downtown Condo Tower

    Like a beauty school where you can get a discount on the hairstyle from the students
  14. Mixed-Use Development to Replace Yorktown Plaza

    Mid-rise self storage in the office part, mattress stores on ground level (: jk
  15. Wow! West Houston had really gone dark for a few years on HAIF, glad to see some news, all that shiny new space.