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  1. I believe that is what was done for the mat pours of the two towers next to Kroger on Montrose. They will just line up the trucks on less busy streets and schedule it for the least busy time.
  2. Does this mean the Midtown mixed use one is not happening? or is this in anticipation of it coming along the lines of what @Texasota mentioned? Sites are separated by about 1.9 miles.
  3. Seriously, that is the first thing that came to my mind.
  4. Growing up my parents always told me the world would go mad one day. I always took it as an old wives tale, perhaps not.
  5. Curious what the other sides look like. At first glance the curves are slightly reminiscent of Lake Point Tower in Chicago.
  6. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/01/heres-a-map-of-the-forever-21-stores-set-to-close.html It looks like Houston is spared entirely on the initial list of stores that will be potentially closed.
  7. Noooooo...I was in Denver recently and this renaming of areas has run amok there. In my opinion, we should avoid it anywhere we can.
  8. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/30/apparel-retailer-forever-21-files-for-bankruptcy.html Well...
  9. Since we are talking about architecture schools I did a quick google search. Let me guess, everyone got into Rice as well? https://www.archdaily.com/901435/the-best-architecture-schools-in-the-us-2019 https://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/13611-top-architecture-schools-of-2019
  10. I heard buildings closed their water tight doors to be on the safe side. However, I do not think there was any flooding.
  11. There is now a WeWork sign on this building. I wonder how much space they are taking.
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