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skooljunkie last won the day on June 22 2016

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  1. Bike plans always look pretty on maps.
  2. Per the Memorial Heights TIRZ September agenda packet: SITE B1 Ground Lease Tenant 50,000 Sqft Development • Design & Permitting: The ground lease tenant is continuing to progress the 50,000 sq ft development with an anticipated start date of first quarter of 2022. SITE B2 40-Story High Rise • Design Status: The B2 development has kicked-off design. Anticipated construction start of summer 2022. Unit count and retail square footage to be provided as design develops further.
  3. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/transportation/article/M-K-T-Bridge-reopening-now-uncertain-as-repairs-16451735.php Summary: Workers found more damage. More work will need to be done. Additional design work and permitting to follow. Finish date is uncertain. Classic.
  4. Pretty sure the city is buying a sliver of land here to add a left turn lane as they rebuild the road. I think I saw that a while back.
  5. per the Houston Parks Board social media. It's happening!
  6. I’d like to bid $0, Bob. Also, it hasn’t officially passed through the Senate yet, right? Not gonna hold my breath.
  7. Correct. Though I’m talking about Waugh between Washington and Buffalo Bayou. It started getting ripped up a week ago or so. Separate project but little to no information available about it.
  8. This lack of transparency bothers me lately. Take Waugh for example. For a year now on the “Build Houston Forward” website it’s been an improvement project shown as “third party funded” with very little information provided. The road just randomly starts getting ripped up just last week south of Washington with no notice. What’s being done? Who is funding it? Why this segment of road and not others that are worse. The right lanes of lower Westheimer have been known to cure my ED….yowzah.
  9. Sigh. Maybe the city should just sell the road to developers then use the proceeds to rebuild something else. Two holes, one pot. 🤔🤭
  10. The dang road needs a diet along most of the long stretches. Throw in traffic control, wider sidewalks, trees, etc. and it would be an economic boom to the area.
  11. The initial two buildings currently under construction have always been residential. 700+ units in both combined.
  12. There are still plenty of large warehouses along Shepherd/Durham just north of I-10! Perfect for Lowe's. The sheetflow from the parking lot can dump straight into White Oak. No problemo. And I'm still waiting on that 945-pump Central Houston Buc-ee's. I hope all these developers leave 20-30 acres for that.
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