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  1. I agree this is neither Studemont Junction nor Lower Heights district and it’s not even on the same side of target as those two developments. There was definitely a topic for the apartment development on the corner of Taylor and Spring but I cannot seem to find it either.
  2. Yes a typical donut shop, like a Krispy Kreme, would probably do fine here. If you’ve been to the original in Portland or the one in Austin then you know that those locations are always busy and are a huge draw for all the city/night goers who are in the area. So having their Houston location in a more walkable area would give it more synergy with the neighborhood. Even if they think that Washington Ave is where they want to be, there are better spots. In any case, I hope they do well.
  3. I was thinking a few months ago that a Voodoo Donuts would kill it in Downtown Houston. So happy to hear they're opening a location in town but very disappointed with the location. In fact, I can't believe they even chose that spot given the poor accessibility, lack of parking and proximity to foot traffic. I can think of at least 5 other locations that would be better (Market square, Midtown, EaDo, westheimer in montrose, and White Oak)
  4. Yes, its a part of the ROW under the transmission lines. However, stonelake repaved the area behind the apartment midrises so I would presume they would do the same after construction of the office building. Though, they may wait until the final parcel is developed.
  5. Nope. Great addition. Also news that Revolution studios will be moving in next door to the Rustic, and that they’ll be giving Belvedere the boot.
  6. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2018/09/10/former-palace-bowling-lanes-to-be-redeveloped-as.html
  7. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2018/04/19/exclusive-luxury-multifamily-project-to-break.html+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
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