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Temenos Place Phase III: 6-Story Affordable Housing For Midtown


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2 hours ago, HouTXRanger said:

Would this take out the homeless service place there? That really sucks . . .

 

Highly doubtful.  Temenos Place owns that facility at 1703 Gray and it's pretty new.  It appears they have probably acquired the adjacent property at 1711 Gray and plan to add facilities on that parcel.

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4 hours ago, HoustonMidtown said:

Hmm...when I look up "temenos" Spanish translation, it says this:

A sacred circle where one can be himself without fear

A piece of land marked off from common uses and assigned as an official domain, especially to a king, chief, or god.

Its a command that translates to "fear us" 

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7 hours ago, HoustonMidtown said:

Hmm...when I look up "temenos" Spanish translation, it says this:

A sacred circle where one can be himself without fear

A piece of land marked off from common uses and assigned as an official domain, especially to a king, chief, or god.


i think that is Greek, not Spanish.  And that (the Greek word) is the source of the name for Temenos Place.

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11 hours ago, HoustonMidtown said:

Hmm...when I look up "temenos" Spanish translation, it says this:

A sacred circle where one can be himself without fear

A piece of land marked off from common uses and assigned as an official domain, especially to a king, chief, or god.

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Just sayin'

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Is this related or a new project?

 

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Houston council OKs $12.5M to replace low-income housing project displaced by I-45 expansion

City Council on Wednesday approved a $12.5 million loan to cover the city’s share of a Midtown housing development for low-income and homeless people that will replace a nearby property slated to be demolished as part of the Interstate 45 expansion project.

The 95-unit project, located at 1703 Gray St. near the I-45 and I-69 interchange in north Midtown...

The development, known as Temenos Place Apartments, is intended to replace Temenos Place II, a similar project that sits across the interchange from the new location and was acquired by the Texas Department of Transportation last year for the agency’s planned expansion of I-45.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Houston-council-OKs-12-5M-to-replace-low-income-16298924.php

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