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8 minutes ago, ljchou said:

Are you able to see the plans included in the permits? IDK how to pull that.

No I'm basing it off the rendering. Nice wide sidewalks, with a portion dedicated to landscaping. I read about half way through the TOD/Walkable Places requirements the other day. 

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1 hour ago, j_cuevas713 said:

No I'm basing it off the rendering. Nice wide sidewalks, with a portion dedicated to landscaping. I read about half way through the TOD/Walkable Places requirements the other day. 

found a map linked from here:

https://houstontx.gov/planning/tod-standards.html

map:

https://mycity.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=21c363261727416fb517977a27407df9

this location is indeed within one of the 'primary' zones for the TOD. 

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20 hours ago, samagon said:

found a map linked from here:

https://houstontx.gov/planning/tod-standards.html

map:

https://mycity.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=21c363261727416fb517977a27407df9

this location is indeed within one of the 'primary' zones for the TOD. 

Makes sense, given the close proximity to the Green Line’s Coffee Plant/Second Ward station.

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yup, I did look at that map as I was at first curious about the green vs blue highlights, basically secondary vs primary TOD.

looks like blue is primary and only within a certain distance of the stations on rail lines. secondary extends much farther, but is still related to distance from a station.

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22 hours ago, samagon said:

yup, I did look at that map as I was at first curious about the green vs blue highlights, basically secondary vs primary TOD.

looks like blue is primary and only within a certain distance of the stations on rail lines. secondary extends much farther, but is still related to distance from a station.

To ask the dumb question, what is the significance of a TOD designation? Extra walkway requirements?

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as it relates to sidewalks, yes. found this.

https://www.houstontx.gov/planning/sidewalk-regulations.html

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Q: What is a Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) street?

A: A TOD street is a public street designated as a primary TOD street or secondary TOD street on the Transit-Oriented Development Plan adopted by the Planning Commission. They are within ½ mile walking distance from an existing or future transit station.

Q: What is the sidewalk width requirement for streets within a TOD Street?

A: Primary TOD streets require 8-foot wide sidewalks. Secondary TOD streets require 6-foot wide sidewalks.

Q: What is the sidewalk width requirement for a major thoroughfare outside a TOD or WPP Street? 

A: 6 feet

Q: What is the sidewalk width requirement for a local street outside a TOD or WPP street?

A: 5 feet

Q: What is the sidewalk width requirement for developments within the Central Business District (CBD)? 

A: 8 feet

I'll guess there's other expectations around more than just sidewalks though.

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2 hours ago, zbrow17 said:

Any update on this? Is this why nightshift closed?

Unfortunately, it seems as though Night Shift closed due to a disagreement between ownership and talent that lead to an employee walk-out. 

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Building pmt in the system! Let's goooo

Also, I've seen some permits for night shift (fire, smoke, elevator) -- are these annually required of vacant buildings or could this indicate someone readying the property?

Thanks!

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20 hours ago, EaDolivin said:

I heard a rumor that Bobby Huegel and Justin Yu are going to take over Night Shift as the 2nd 'Better Luck Tomorrow' but call it 'Better Luck Manana' with a focus on Bobby's beloved agave spirits.

Mind if I clarify whether this is a joke or from a reliable source?

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On 10/30/2022 at 11:07 AM, 004n063 said:

Last I heard, it's going to be a new project from the Eight Row Flint group.

It is: https://houston.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/08-18-22-eight-row-flint-bar-new-location-east-end-night-shift-agricole-hospitality-morgan-weber/

There's a separate thread for that located here:

 

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