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On 3/27/2021 at 9:20 PM, Highrise Tower said:

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Love this picture! Did you know that there is an open to the public pre-Civil War cemetery a few courtyards over from the one in the picture?  Quite a juxtaposition of styles and uses along this street. 

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25 minutes ago, Skyboxdweller said:

Love this picture! Did you know that there is an open to the public pre-Civil War cemetery a few courtyards over from the one in the picture?  Quite a juxtaposition of styles and uses along this street. 

Came across it one day on google maps and it has a very fascinating history.

https://www.harriscountyarchives.com/Portals/1/Documents/Marker/Final Morse Bragg narrative with figures July 7.pdf
 

This goes into great detail and also shows a lot of what Houston was like pre civil war. This part of town was mostly one large plantation and little did I know but San Felipe was a very old wagon tail long before this part of town was considered part of Houston. 

 

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On 4/8/2021 at 3:56 PM, jmitch94 said:

Came across it one day on google maps and it has a very fascinating history.

https://www.harriscountyarchives.com/Portals/1/Documents/Marker/Final Morse Bragg narrative with figures July 7.pdf
 

This goes into great detail and also shows a lot of what Houston was like pre civil war. This part of town was mostly one large plantation and little did I know but San Felipe was a very old wagon tail long before this part of town was considered part of Houston. 

 

 

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It's projects like this that have me very excited about the future of Uptown.  This building, both Hanovers, all the new highrise condos/MF on Westcreek, Post Oak Blvd's future retail, the Rosewood development + other high end hotels looking in the area, the growing emphasis on walkability, and even the new high-rise luxury senior living project on Garretson. 

I have to assume this area will have very few rivals nationally, for areas outside a CBD.  A lot to be excited about for sure.

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3 hours ago, CREguy13 said:

It's projects like this that have me very excited about the future of Uptown.  This building, both Hanovers, all the new highrise condos/MF on Westcreek, Post Oak Blvd's future retail, the Rosewood development + other high end hotels looking in the area, the growing emphasis on walkability, and even the new high-rise luxury senior living project on Garretson. 

I have to assume this area will have very few rivals nationally, for areas outside a CBD.  A lot to be excited about for sure.

Westcreek will be next level once they/ If they ever break ground on ROD phase 2 and the equinox hotel.

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4 hours ago, CREguy13 said:

It's projects like this that have me very excited about the future of Uptown.  This building, both Hanovers, all the new highrise condos/MF on Westcreek, Post Oak Blvd's future retail, the Rosewood development + other high end hotels looking in the area, the growing emphasis on walkability, and even the new high-rise luxury senior living project on Garretson. 

I have to assume this area will have very few rivals nationally, for areas outside a CBD.  A lot to be excited about for sure.

Buckhead in Atlanta rivals Uptown but I think Uptown has better potential!

Oh yeah I wish they would hurry and hang the rings over the intersections back up!

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On 5/24/2021 at 10:52 AM, gene said:

last night i had a dream...well okay a nightmare that this was the sign they put at that entrance:

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Could be worse...

 

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7 hours ago, august948 said:

Could be worse...

 

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Having a mountain in our city is not something I'd see as worse by any measure.

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1 hour ago, Texasota said:

Really? That seems like it would indicate some kind of very serious environmental apocalypse.

Or the worlds tallest landfill, Houston’s only hills. 

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i mean at least i would go to buy a frappuccino periodically!!! ;) 

but yeah i hope it's something that really matches this cool building! i just can't tell from the renderings if it is abstract art in that space or what! the outside of this building is looking pretty close to finished so hoping they have the reveal soon!!! 

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3 hours ago, Texasota said:

Really? That seems like it would indicate some kind of very serious environmental apocalypse.

The mountain or yet another Starbucks?  😄

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18 hours ago, thatguysly said:

Giant LED screen like Times Square

agreed! i said that earlier on a post...i think that would be AMAZING!!! 

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33 minutes ago, thatguysly said:

I really want the east side to fill in now and create a cool canyon. I know it has been mentioned before, but these photos highlight how great it would look.

I want the east side of the freeway as well 😁

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50 minutes ago, thatguysly said:

I really want the east side to fill in now and create a cool canyon. I know it has been mentioned before, but these photos highlight how great it would look.

Wait, you mean "King Ranch Texas Kitchen", 3 banks, and an AT&T store may not be the best use of this stretch of Post Oak?

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On 5/26/2021 at 7:11 AM, texan said:

Having a mountain in our city is not something I'd see as worse by any measure.

In the early 80s I was taking some art class and one of the assignments was to come up with a "conceptual" project. My decidedly lazy response was to propose the world's tallest and widest billboard with a painting of a mountain on it to be placed just east of downtown. This way the cliché bayou view of Downtown's west side skyline would have a mountain behind it. The eastern side of the billboard would have a painting of the eastern view of the skyline with a mountain behind that. 

My other (even lazier) proposal was to put a giant, rotating green neon dollar sign on top of the newly completed Allied Bank Plaza (now Wells Fargo).

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