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The development in East Midtown continues.

 

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Also in the plans for the 135,586-sq.-ft. building at 2000 Crawford St., which dates from 1965: new shared lounges, workspaces, and conference facilities, changes to its ground-floor retail spaces, and a new name TBD.

 

http://swamplot.com/the-pierce-elevateds-great-uncrossing/2017-10-06/

http://www.chron.com/business/real-estate/article/Boxer-Property-wants-Midtown-building-ready-for-12256877.php#photo-14295302

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On 10/7/2017 at 1:49 PM, EllenOlenska said:

Will it be, dare I say it? 



Glass? 

 

Glasstire? :P

3 permits issued to "Glasstire" at this address for the remodel this last week. ..whatever that means.Untitled.png.9ba97fb46b68d304ae919e3d6a58e856.png

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On 1/23/2018 at 1:02 PM, corbs315 said:

 

Glasstire? :P

3 permits issued to "Glasstire" at this address for the remodel this last week. ..whatever that means.Untitled.png.9ba97fb46b68d304ae919e3d6a58e856.png

 

Glasstire is the oldest online-only art magazine in the country.  It covers Texas arts.  I believe they are currently located in another Boxer property on the Northwest Freeway. It looks like they are moving in to 2000 Crawford.  Good news!

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8 hours ago, Houston19514 said:

 

Glasstire is the oldest online-only art magazine in the country.  It covers Texas arts.  I believe they are currently located in another Boxer property on the Northwest Freeway. It looks like they are moving in to 2000 Crawford.  Good news!

That's badass. Something different. And it's tech related. 

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3 hours ago, corbs315 said:

Unless my eyes deceive me, the crosses have been taken down.

 

Though their ghostly images remain, sorta like various visions in tortillas, toast, and screen doors.

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21 minutes ago, mollusk said:

 

Though their ghostly images remain, sorta like various visions in tortillas, toast, and screen doors.

 Don't forget potato chips.

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New white cladding is going up on the west side of the building.

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57 minutes ago, dbigtex56 said:

New white cladding is going up on the west side of the building.

I saw a couple of guys getting in a JLG while taking pics of the crane being taken down across the street.

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