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  1. Yes, there appears to be a ton of activity going on behind the scenes right now. A lot of capital had been tied up because of the uncertainty of the pandemic but there is a light at the end of the tunnel now and real estate is an investment type people have been waiting to invest in. Especially before the interest rates tick back up. We may see a flurry of new project proposals this summer. Let's see how many break ground!
  2. Perhaps the building is a placeholder since this is the Landscape Architect's scope. Maybe they didn't want to steal the spotlight from the Architect. It is odd that the Architect would not have a big reveal for a project as high profile as this.
  3. I'd be OK with something like those above. They are still glass dominant curtain walls but the subtle details make them more interesting and less monolithic. Let's hope the renderings are just initial studies and they challenge themselves to work on the final orientation and detailing as the project moves through the design phases.
  4. I agree..it's looking very 80's...... and in a bad way. A glass curtain wall is ok but I'd like to see a little variety up the building..something. Looks like they thought they did this by stepping it up and throwing trees up there. The monolithic glass element reads as a solid . I'm also still trying to understand what is going on with their renderings...are these different phases or different schemes?
  5. So what is the official name of the developer that is putting this together? I know it is Astros related but I'm thinking they have a development company running it.
  6. Why did they change the name to Brava, from The Preston? The Preston worked better with the historic Market Square area.
  7. 2 things here.. The only part of the New York that is jumbled is the old Dutch and English parts at the tip of Manhattan. The rest is as rigid of a grid as you get, thanks to the 1812 plan. We've all seen the photos of the 'Canyons and Valleys" of Manhattan streets. On Houston, it's a matter of perspective- Views from 288, 45, and 59 have views that are not straight on.
  8. ........or they all will be like that and this was just a mock-up portion. the rest could be covered in protective film that they will remove before completion.
  9. Great Charming City! I was there last November/early December (Pre-Covid) and I found it surprisingly very affordable. I guess they raise the prices in the summer..so go in the fall!
  10. Have you not seen the skyline of Paris, called La De'fense?
  11. Just like his football team has done since......2002
  12. Does someone have a rendering of what is being constructed now vs. the additional phases to be built out later? Does that master plan exist?
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