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  1. Very cool to see the changing colors. Downtown Houston by Marc longoria, on Flickr Downtown Houston by Marc longoria, on Flickr
  2. That's not how businesses see it though. Most don't think long term that this will benefit them, and most will see it as harder for customers to get to their businesses, the same claim businesses on N Main said. I'm willing to bet the opposition will be a lot more pronounced than you realize.
  3. Oh, I'm calling it now. You'll see a big backlash not just from residents in the area, but from all the bars and clubs that will be impacted by the construction. I have a neighbor who moved from the Washington Ave corridor and he told me the area meetings were always in an uproar about parking, crime, and traffic in the area. Can't imagine what they'll say once Washington gets reduced down to one lane each way.
  4. Hey fellow neighbor! Yea, I've been meaning to try this place out but wanted them to get a little settled first. Hopefully they'll be open tomorrow and I'll take a sip of what they've got. Did you happen to see any bike racks?
  5. When is this supposed to start?
  6. Don't we have Kirby Liu on this forum? I'd like to hear his take from the earlier renderings we saw to what is now presented.
  7. Yea, but they'll need to redo Center St as well.
  8. Fantastic! Me and my wife were literally talking about this yesterday as we were eating on Washington at Ninja Ramen. I dare anyone to take a drive down Washington and the amount of renovations, new town homes, brand new bars, and multi-family mid rises either just finished or under construction is just staggering. The Washington corridor is on the up and we were telling each other how it would be great to have some type of transit line bring all this together. But I think they need to be wary about only have one lane going each way on Washington... some of those areas can get clogged, especially with Uber and Lyft constantly dropping people off. Too bad there's not a way to do a type of Post Oak Blvd redevelopment... I just don't think Washington Ave has the space.
  9. Removed the side arguments. This is an architecture and development forum... no need for so much drama here. Leave that out of here. Thanks.
  10. Fun times ahead: https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/05/20/another-lane-closure-expected-to-create-even-more.html?ana=RSS&s=article_search
  11. For the next phase, which apparently is heavily office focused, does anyone know the stats on the office market in Houston right now and what trajectory it is headed right now?
  12. Good points. Guess it will feel more natural. Hopefully we do actually get those buildings close to the bayou though. Love that older 1920s feel.
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