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EllenOlenska last won the day on January 12 2018

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    Texas Medical Center - Main at Holcombe Property

    lol what's the fourth cluster?
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    Emancipation Center, Dowling/Elgin St.

    Deserves to be bumped.
  3. I know next to nothing about this project except that it should be reshaped and put in midtown.
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    Camden Conte: 21-Stories x2 (2 Phases) - Downtown

    I'm pretty sure phase 2 is just phase 1 in a mirror with a goatee
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    Lower Heights District

    I could walk there but with such a robust parking lot I might just have to drive my F-150.
  6. You know what should have a light rail. If they're going to put the rail on Shepherd, why not have it go down Shepherd to Kirby, through River Oaks (that might be a problem), down Kirby all the way to meet the Red Line near the football stadium. It would actually be great. It would hit Heights, Washington corridor, River Oaks, Upper Kirby (Westheimer and Richmond), Rice Village and the Stadium. If there ever was a University line, it would intersect with three lines. Shepherd + Kirby, that's the route.
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    Tanglewood Medical: N Wynden Dr @ South Post Oak Ln

    I know a lot of people like the new design but for me this is the ultimate Hotel Alessandra. In fact, it's more Alessandra than Alessandra.
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    347 W 20th

    This is so ridiculous
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    Lower Heights District

    I'm sure you've seen it and it doesn't come through in the pictures but it's impressively vast and empty.
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    Lower Heights District

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    The Allen: Allen Pkwy/Gillette Mixed Use 6 acres

    I'm wondering, all engineers, architects, industry, and engineer-adjacent people. How the hell do you "value" engineer something that's 800 feet tall? It seems like whatever materials you chose you're going to have to engineer the hell out of them. (Unpopular opinion: I wasn't all that crazy about the offset sections.)
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    1st Pasadena State Bank

    This is really one of the more interesting towers in all of the Houston metro. The architect was a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. This is really terrible.
  13. My hopes are pretty up for this one.