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  1. That's the thing about unfinished projects. They are almost never useful yet.
  2. Different area. We were discussing the project that goes from White Oak Bayou to the North Loop. The Rebuild Houston project you referenced is south of White Oak Bayou.
  3. That only covers the portion from Dickson to Washington.
  4. When has Metro ever said anything about planning to upgrade the uptown BRT to light rail?
  5. Surely you're not suggesting we wait until a project is finished before we complain/attack/condemn... that's not the HAIF way.
  6. Sounds exciting. Eventually, this shopping center will surely be redeveloped in a more dense fashion, whether by the current owner or a successor. FWIW, there does not seem to be any transfer on the record so far.
  7. Yes, originally. But then Wolfe the developer of BLVD Place sold the property to Apache, which, back when oil was still $100+/barrel, planned to build a new HQ. One suspects Apache would entertain reasonable offers.
  8. Yes, Caroline has esplanades south of Cleburne. And, no, I don't think they are shutting down that central laneway area. The North-South streets appear to still go through. The East-West street already does not exist.
  9. At least some of them (Greenbriar and Buffalo Speedway for sure) are being built higher than the former bridges, in addition to being longer and having fewer piers.
  10. INNER KATY BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) AND BUSWAY: MULTIMODAL DEDICATED BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) BUSWAY, INCLUDING GRADE-SEPARATION AND CONNECTION TO HOV LANES AND TRANSIT CENTER. http://www.h-gac.com/2018-call-for-projects/documents/Draft-Project-Ranking-TPC-1-18-19.pdf
  11. Even if true, that hardly demonstrates that little or no thought was given to how the building will be perceived by visitors or passers-by. Sorry, but your initial claim was just false.
  12. jmitch, you are correct. Likewise, how the building will be perceived by passers-by was very much a primary concern.
  13. I don't think there is any reason to think it was sold to a developer. It appears to still be owned by the University of St Thomas. The writer of that Eater piece must be preparing their portfolio for an application for a job at the Chronicle.
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