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  1. Wife and I went last Saturday. It was a great with the beautiful weather we had. Seems like they are working on an entrance or something on the back side of the building as well.
  2. Looks like just storage for Lovett while they work on the old Post building
  3. As you can probably gather from my name, I am pretty excited about this. Chapman just didn't seem like the right fit for the area. This will be a great addition to the neighborhood. The downtown spaces will recover, but if Chapman had left without a replacement, it would have taken more time to find a suitable replacement.
  4. Sign up for future development of retail. Didn't have my phone to take a picture. https://capitalretailproperties.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/1102-Delano-EADO-Flier-11.4.19.pdf
  5. That is great news. Much better than previous plans of just basically a big parking lot.
  6. Hope this doesn't mean they lost Walgreens/CVS. We need one in the neighborhood.
  7. Timeline of the project for the LBT. Please find below a timeline (anticipated start and completion dates) on major project milestones that may impact LyondellBasell Tower (LBT). Anticipated completion of the full Houston Center project is late 2020. Skybridge between LBT and 4 Houston Center – anticipated completion by January 2020 Skybridge/east stairwell connecting Fulbright Tower and mezzanine level – the new stairwell is expected to be open for public usage by late November 2019. Note: The stairwell will be open and safe for public usage, but the stairwell finishes will not be 100% complete at this stage. Removal of escalators in LBT – this milestone is contingent upon the opening of the stairwell (anticipated by late November 2019). Assuming all goes accordingly, escalator removal is expected to occur by late 2019. LBT main building entrance – this date is contingent upon the timing of the curtain wall installation. New retail door openings will be installed on the South side of the building and will serve as a temporary entrance in order to facilitate the removal of the existing East side entrance. Installation of the South side retail doors is projected to occur by late March 2020. Parking garage - The plaza work overall will be ongoing until the end of 2020. Structural and waterproofing work will not be completed until the final stage of the project, anticipated in mid to late 2020. LBT lobby areas – Terrazzo floor installation phasing is commencing next week (early November 2019). Anticipated completion and reopening of the full lobby is late 2020. Fitness center and conferencing center – expected completion by late 2020.
  8. My wife spoke with the owner last week and he said that they would be opening next month.
  9. On Saturday I noticed an application to sell and consume alcohol on the warehouse at 2301 Dallas. The name of the applicant was Woody's Hideaway. It was posted on October 4, 2019.
  10. http://swamplot.com/frankels-polk-st-costume-shop-and-its-cold-storage-neighbor-line-up-for-mixed-use-makeovers/2018-11-05/ Mixed use. Exciting news but no idea how long this is going to take.
  11. They are still open. They just don't have any food trucks. They still make in house cheese steaks. The frustrating part is that Houston is the only city in Texas with the 100ft rule. Why are we always two steps behind?
  12. https://houstonfoodfinder.com/2018/10/04/six-years-after-grassroot-efforts-houston-diners-still-cant-sit-eat-at-a-food-truck/ What a stupid 100 ft. ordinance. Sooooo Truck yard can't have food trucks....
  13. Excuse my ignorance, but what exactly is the CBD exemption from parking minimums?
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