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  1. As part of the Main Street improvements, they took up all the sidewalks on Main and made them narrower than the original sidewalks. The landscaping looks great, but it does not justify reducing the width of the sidewalks.
  2. I drove by yesterday and thought I saw the west portion of the plaza had the rings flush with the brick pavers.
  3. I can see them starting off with jackhammering. I'll try to take photos when I can.
  4. Nicely done for a self-storage building. Looks like they are trying to be architecturally sensitive to the growing residential neighborhood.
  5. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/03/13/old-warehouses-in-houstonsmidtown-to-convert-into.html?iana=hpmvp_hstn_news_headline The article states construction will start in April 2019 and finish in October 2019, but that seems pretty ambitious. They will try to renovate three of the existing four structures.
  6. The amount of money that will be poured into this highway is is not worth the ROI for the city. That's my two cents and I hope the opposition becomes louder and louder. We don't need 10 billion so that we can encourage more traffic and be left with the same congestion we have now, some short time into the future. I'm game with repairing old infrastructure, but let's look to the future and beyond ridiculously wide highways that just encourage more driving.
  7. I heard concrete pour will start this Friday and go through Sunday. The pour should include about 15,000 cubic yards of concrete and five different cementing companies.
  8. Thank you. Looks like it should be put in Going Up.
  9. What is the steel frame development on the left in your first picture?
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  11. I noticed a variance request the other day. I'll try to get a picture soon unless someone beats me to it.
  12. I am curious myself. I found the video where they held the public hearing, but could not find the video where they voted on it two weeks later.
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