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  1. Permit filed for a juice bar last week... The permit filings show Just Juice It as the name. Appears to be a brand from Baltimore.
  2. Building permits filed last week for the project.
  3. Sorry for my multiple posts! The post hadn't appeared to go through, and I tried a few times. Anyhow, there's only two deferrals allowed for items, so they likely just didn't resubmit the item or had it removed before subsequent agendas.
  4. Did the variance end up getting approved? That's a completely underwhelming use in Hardy Yards, and discouraging that so much surface parking would be adjacent to a transit center.
  5. Did the variance end up getting approved? That's a completely underwhelming use in Hardy Yards, and discouraging that so much surface parking would be adjacent to a transit center.
  6. Did the variance end up getting approved? That's a completely underwhelming use in Hardy Yards, and discouraging that so much surface parking would be adjacent to a transit center.
  7. It's between Earnestine and Lockwood. Is that the eastern side of the Macy's facility? Aspen Heights just built another apartment complex at OST and MLK south of UH.
  8. Permits were approved on Friday for the apartments, per this morning's Permit Report.
  9. This is likely a new topic, but Aspen Heights is platting a new development this week: Aspen Lockwood.
  10. "The apartment project will include about 300 units and will have surface parking rather than a parking garage"
  11. Yes. And, I think the property between Washington and Center is seeing some excavation. I recall that being proposed as an apartment complex.
  12. Building permit for the restaurant was issued last week. Project 17110981.
  13. There was a plat for the old ROW south of Washington back in August, Memorial Heights Estates. I don't think it's been recorded, but it included 40 SFR lots along Memorial Heights Drive. I assume it'd be all curb cuts along the way too... I don't think there was a shared driveway.
  14. I'll reach out to METRO to see if this is still happening. Doesn't look good though because in June 2017 there was a reallocation of $200,000 from the escalator project to replace a bus washing system. https://www.ridemetro.org/MetroPDFs/FinancialAuditInformation/MonthlyFinancialReports/2017/06_Reports/0617_Performance-Report.pdf#search=escalator burnett Later on though in the 2018 METRO business plan and budget, the project is listed as a potentially-funded project, among which projects "will be selected by the METRO Capital Budget Review (CBR) committee, prioritized and recommended to move forward for METRO Board approval to advance the projects from their conceptual/ developmental design phase into active capital project status." https://www.ridemetro.org/MetroPDFs/FinancialAuditInformation/Budgets/FY18-Business-Plan-and-Budget.pdf#search=escalator burnett Not sure where we're at right now.
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