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  1. Based on what I can tell, they are more there for style rather than some future expansion.
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  3. Yes!!! I want to go now!
  4. I generally chill on my laptop at cafes around Houston, particularly before the pandemic. I don't care too much about the names but La La Land Kind has to be one of the worst names I've heard for a cafe. I mean, they may have the best coffee in the world, but I seriously don't want to tell anyone I'm going there.
  5. First phase of Lower Heights mixed-use development nears completion https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2020/07/29/lower-heights-mixed-use-nears-completion.html
  6. One cool thing I have not seen mentioned is that they are working on a paved path that forks from the Heights bike trail, travels under the trees, and drops you off at the new multi-family unit.
  7. I spent most of my years in the Roy G Cullen building. It needed such a major renovation inside, imho. Will be curious to go there someday and see what they did. The computer science and political science floors were a joke... looked straight off of the 90s.
  8. True. Does hurt the Chinese community here. I know a few that are worried because there's no longer any close location for them any longer.
  9. We send hundreds of millions of dollars in arm sales alone to Taiwan. Pretty sure we already have diplomatic relations with them.
  10. Honestly, most of the Asian community, including my wife, just call this area Bellaire, even if it's technically not the city of Bellaire. I only hear white people, such as my family, call this Chinatown.
  11. Yea, I'm just saying that in the 21st century, I am not sure how essential a physical location is to continue spying on anything we have here in Houston.
  12. Under this administration, it will definitely be permanent. But if China truly is doing this though, I don't see any political will from either side to get this eventually reopened. Could be part of a negotiation tactic on trade though to get this reopened... but I highly doubt the Houston consulate is that significant to a trillion dollar economy.
  13. With all the abandoned railroad tracks and potholes, I'm honestly shocked anyone is capable of going 60 MPH. lol
  14. What speaks so much about this side of town is how nearly all of this was either built or renovated within the past 10 years.
  15. Completely surprised if the neighborhood hasn't somehow blocked this project.
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