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  1. i love it, its texan, its southern, its perfect, i thought it would never happen
  2. i thought houston was older than dallas, just cause houston has so much more grit and history as far as the civil war, slavery, just the whole southern appeal, anyone kno for sure?
  3. that building is incredible, they need to pull that ugly facade down
  4. yep if u build it they will come, simple
  5. ok so what does that say, no one is there?
  6. ok that dude needs to get knocked out, id be glad to do it, i remember hearing about that church getting burned down, they need to save it cause that not only was a great church for the African American community but it was also Houston history, man if i saw that guy id go nuts on him midtown is cool though, narrow streets, lots of street parking, neighborhood appeal for families, street retail, bery cool neighborhood
  7. wow i read the chronicle article and Mr. Finger is a very credible real estate investor, it says that because of his credibility that they see no reason for concern of whether or not the building will be built, that to me is all the news i need, lets get to buildin! wow i read the chronicle article and Mr. Finger is a very credible real estate investor, it says that because of his credibility that they see no reason for concern of whether or not the building will be built, that to me is all the news i need, lets get to buildin!
  8. hey is that church going to be demolished? it sure is a nice building
  9. ok so what is the status on this place, im confused, is it almost sold out or not selling at all?
  10. i think the shops at houston center would be a great place for apartments, when it rains you can step outside on an indorr balcony and watch it hit the glass top, why dont they just renovate the whole place in to residential, id live there
  11. i loved the park, cause it was the first area i went too to eat with my fam, the first time i ever went downtown, kinda got memories there, but i like the idea of a structure there, start taking up these flat lots for once hey i like those renderings, very very nice, when is thing supposed to kick off, i mean when they added all those dumb signs with lights and crap i was like is this that big old renovation they were talking bout, i must say i was very dissapointed, but now that i see it isnt the complete renovation i cant wait for things to change
  12. wow i like the little rendering map thingy, im ready for this park, great development for downtown, and tigereye i noticed too that they went into detail with the buildings around the park, does anyone got some valid info on the reality of these buildings?
  13. though it is basically the same building style, there is a good sense of balance, yea i would have rather seen balance with the older strucutre in the middle, but balance is balance, makes things not look so out of place, i cant really say that for this really, lol
  14. yea i have to give in to what hokieone said, he makes a good point, the city sucks at enforcing any laws they set, the difference in NY is that htye actually get on the homeless for not obeying laws, Houston is gonna have to step up enforcing the homeless laws
  15. so true MidtownCoog, the price was mighty steep but i guess for all they are gonna do to this park it kinda makes sense i guess, but id love to see the east end develop in to another midtown, like another neighborhood where people live, eat, work, that would be cool, plus expanding the park across 59 would be great for the whole growth of the area
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