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  1. This is more of a question than a topic of conversation, but I couldn't find a whole lot of information so I was wondering if anyone had any news regarding this topic. I know back after Hurricane Ike hit the trolleys were damaged (not the bus trolleys) and that they were undergoing restoration. I had seen articles as recent as last year indicating they were close to coming back, but they weren't there when I traveled there in May of last year and haven't been back since. Does anyone know if they are operating again or is this one of those projects that is dragging along? Any word o
  2. So found this on arch daily this morning and thought maybe this might lead to a good discussion about a possible future of the sea wall? It certainly is dominated by car traffic and I don't know when was the last time the seawall saw any significant infrastructure improvements. I don't know. Anyway just thought this was cool project in Mexico that could be reapplied not just in galveston but other places as well. http://www.archdaily.com/526748/malecon-puerto-vallarta-trama-arquitectos/
  3. Stumbled across this on PGAL architecture's website. https://www.pgal.com/projects/texas-am-university-at-galveston-academic-building-complex-phase-1
  4. Today's news report that the beach along the west Seawall will be restored made me think about this photo in my archive collection High resolution image This image was dated 1962 but that is not necessarily correct. The seawall dead-ended onto the beach. It looks like there was a heavy coating of seaweed at the time of the photo, similar to the huge coverage last year, some of which is shown in these photos further east near Sabine that I posted online.
  5. Found this in swamplot this morning This is a very nice old building. Don't really know if condo's are best in hurricane prone areas though. http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/2014/06/historic-galveston-building-goes-condo/#24138101=0
  6. Well this was something fun to read this morning! I was wondering when they were going to build a new pier, but didn't know about the zoning restrictions. Anyone see any renderings or sketches of this yet? Here is the link to the chron article: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Zoning-change-gives-huge-boost-to-plans-for-new-5517068.php#photo-6379411
  7. Total of 100 rooms. I wonder where this will be located. http://dr-architects.com/our-portfolio/
  8. http://galvestondail...om/story/354142 This should be a good addition to the East End, especially considering that the building that is currently on that lot is a huge eyesore. I've never stayed at an Aloft hotel before, but it sounds like it is a bit nicer than most of the other Seawall hotels (excepting San Luis/Galvez/etc...).
  9. http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2013/08/30/utmb-to-develop-satellite-clinic-on.html
  10. Of possible interest to some of you is this new book, "The Galveston-Houston Packet: Steamboats on Buffalo Bayou." http://www.amazon.com/Galveston-Houston-Packet-Steamboats-Buffalo-Bayou/dp/16094\ 95918 Here's a review of the book: http://galvestondailynews.com/story/361138
  11. http://www.cityofgalveston.org/news/default.cfm?ID=1576 Design Rendering Sneak a Peek: View a Design Rendering of the Golf Course 08/13/07 The course, managed by Moody Gardens, Inc., is currently undergoing $14 million in capital improvements as planned. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The City of Galveston and Moody Gardens, Inc. signed and executed an agreement officially turning over the management of the Municipal Golf Course on Friday, February 2, 2007. With construction underway, Moody Gardens, Inc. hopes to re-open the course in Ap
  12. This is what the island has been waiting to hear about - this item appeared in the sports pages today. The presentation is on the city council agenda today, but this has HUGE potential for the island! Big changes ahead for isle golf course By Joshua Buckley The Daily News Published January 11, 2007 GALVESTON — The final plans for Galveston Municipal Golf Course’s $14.1 million makeover have been revealed. Among the changes detailed by the master plan are reversing the first five holes, a new irrigation and drainage system and re-grassing the entire course. [Edited by editor. Please do not p
  13. WEST END STAR GALVESTON (galvestondailynews.com)
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