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  1. Scanlan Fountain (Sam Houston Park, downtown) Smith Fountain (Smith at Clay, downtown) Hermann Square (City Hall, downtown) Main Street Square (downtown) Tranquility Park (downtown) Jones Plaza (downtown) Downtown Aquarium water table (downtown) Downtown Aquarium water wall (downtown) Cotswold #2, Preston @ Louisiana (downtown) Cotswold #3, Preston @ Market Square (downtown) Cotswold #4, Preston @ Main (downtown) turned off Cotswold #5, Preston @Main (downtown) turned off Cotswold #6, Preston @ San Jacinto (downtown) Cotswold #7, Preston @ Caroline (downtown) Cotswold #8, Preston @ Crawford (downtown) Cotswold #9, Prairie @ Travis (downtown) Misttree (Discovery Green, downtown) Water jet table (Discovery Green, downtown) 1100 Louisiana fountain (downtown) Wells Fargo Plaza water wall (downtown) Sesquicentennial Park (downtown) Wortham Fountain (Buffalo Bayou Park) Mecom Fountain (Museum District) Wortham Park fountain (Medical Center) Medical Center Commons water wall (Medical Center) HMNS sundial fountain (Museum Disrict) HMNI floating sphere fountain (Museum District) Hermann Park Reflecting pool fountain (Museum District) Hermann Park McGovern Lake fountain (Museum District) George Hermann statue fountain (Museum District) Midtown Square (midtown) South Main Baptist (midtown) Bloch Cancer Survivors Plaza fountain (Museum District) MFAH entry plaza fountain (Museum District) MFAH outdoor dining fountain (Museum District) Caruth Plaza fountain 1 (NRG Park) Brockman Hall for Physics (Rice U) Jones College Fountain (Rice U) Brochstein Pavilion fountain (Rice U) Jamail Plaza (Rice U) Charlotte Allen Fountain (Baldwin Park, midtown) The Transco Waterwall (Uptown) Hidalgo Park fountain (Uptown) Post Oak Central fountain (Uptown) Uptown Park fountain (Uptown) Royal Sonesta (Uptown) Lakes on Post Oak (Uptown) America Tower (Allen Parkway) Amli (?) apartments (Allen Parkway) Humble Tower hotel building fountain (downtown) Market Square 9/11 fountain (downtown) Cotswold #12, Congress @ Market Square (downtown) Root Memorial Square (downtown) Sisters of Charity Park (downtown) Contemporary Arts Museum (Museum District) Christ Church Cathedral (downtown) Cullen Plaza Fountain (UH) MD Anderson Library fountain (UH) The Williams Fountain (HBU) Farish Hall fountain (UH) Regency Square Fountainview 1 Fountainview 2 Fountainview 3 Waterway Square fountain 1 (The Woodlands) Market Street Square fountain (The Woodlands) Woodlands Waterway fountain (The Woodlands) Waterway Square fountain 2 (The Woodlands) City Centre Plaza fountain (City Centre) Peggy's Point Plaza (Midtown) Hobby Airport (Hobby) Kingwood entrance fountains (Kingwood) The Fountains Shopping Center (Stafford) NRG Park South Main fountains (NRG Park) Memorial Hermann (Medical Center) Baylor College of Medicine (Medical Center) MD Anderson on Holcombe Blve (Medical Center) MD Anderson at MD Anderson and Holcombe -Leroy Melcher Jr Memorial Fountain (Medical Center) Asia Society Texas (Museum District) Bell Park (Museum District) Houston Methodist West (Katy Freeway) Texas Childrens West (Katy Freeway) Rosenberg Fountain, 31st & Seawall (Galveston) Rosenberg Fountain, 12th & Ball (Galveston) Rosenberg Fountain, 15th & Ball (Galveston) Rosenberg Fountain, 20th & N1/2 (Galveston) Rosenberg Fountain, 21st & Ball (Galveston) Rosenberg Fountain, 21st & Post Office (Galveston) Rosenberg Library Fountain, 24th & Ball (Galveston) The Heron, Ashton Villa (Galveston) San Luis (Galveston) Moody Gardens (Galveston) Chase Tower (downtown) Jones Hall (downtown) Guadalupe Plaza Park (East Downtown) Kugel Ball Fountain (Hermann Park) Hyde Park Fountain, Lamar Park (Montrose) Lilian Schnitzer Fountain (Hermann Park) Neuhaus Fountain, Sam Houston Park (Downtown) Sleepy Hollow Fountain, Sleepy Hollow Park, Houston Sugar Land Town Square (Sugar Land) The Woodlands Mall 1 at the waterway (The Woodlands) The Woodlands Mall 2 at the waterway (The Woodlands) Anadarko Tower (The Woodlands) 1455 West Loop South (Uptown) Landry's HQ 1 (Uptown) Landry's HQ 2 (Uptown) Hess Tower (Downtown) Second Baptist (Houston) The Diana Fountain, Bayou Bend, MFAH (River Oaks) Mrs. Parker's Fountain, Rienzi, MFAH (River Oaks) Cascading fountain, Rienzi, MFAH (River Oaks) East Garden fountain, Bayou Bend, MFAH (River Oaks) Kemah Boardwalk 1 (Bay Area) Kemah Boardwalk 2 (Bay Area) One Sugar Creek Place fountain (Sugar Land) Sugar Creek entry fountains (Sugar Land) Brazos Town Center fountain (Rosenberg) City of Rosenberg south welcome sign/waterfall (Rosenberg) George Memorial Library Amphitheater Fountain (Richmond) KBR Tower, Cullen Center (Downtown) Hong Kong Mall St. Paul's Methodist Church One Post Oak Central, Apache (Uptown) Courthouse Square, Family Law Center (Downtown) Cotswold #10, Congress @ Main (Downtown) Cotswold #11, Congress @ Main (Downtown) 5050 Westheimer (Uptown) Kings Harbor (Kingwood) Green Street 1 (Downtown) Green Street 2 (Downtown) Green Street 3 (Downtown) Memorial City Treehouse (Memorial City) Nexen Building (Memorial City) Cobalt 1 (Memorial City) Cobalt 2 (Memorial City) Air Liquide Building 1 (Memorial City) Air Liquide Building 2 (Memorial City) Murphy 1 (Memorial City) Murphy 2 (Memorial City) The Fountains at Memorial City (Memorial City) 2929 Weslayan West Loop South (Uptown) The Mound- Centennial Gardens (Hermann Park) Pavilion fountain- Centennial Gardens (Hermann Park) Hanover Southampton (The Village) Hotel ZaZa - Memorial City (Memorial City) Wings Over Water @ Avenida Houston (Downtown) Glassell School of Art - Brown Foundation Plaza (Museum District) Catalyst - 1475 Texas Ave. (Downtown) Harmonica Man Park (?) Brazos and Pease (Downtown) Camden Pavilion Fountain - Midtown Park (Midtown) Waterfalls - Midtown Park (Midtown) Energy Center Five (Energy Corridor) Citgo headquarters (Energy Corridor) First Baptist (Houston) HEB Montrose Market (Montrose) MLK Humanities Building (TSU) Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, Holcombe Blvd. (Medical Center) Midtown Plaza water feature, Main @ McGowen (Midtown) Houston Botanic Garden - Entry Plaza MFA-H Kinder Building/Cullen Sculpture Garden (Museum District) Houston Zoo (Museum District/TMC) MFA-H Kinder Building "Inner Landscape" (Museum District) George Bush monument (Downtown) Alexan River Oaks (Upper Kirby/River Oaks) Houston Center (Downtown) Montgomery County Veterans Memorial (Conroe) Houston Botanic Garden - Culinary Gardens Highland Village - River Oaks Hermann Museum Circle Drive (Museum District) Kingwood Town Center - Kingwood Caruth Plaza Fountain 2 (NRG Park) Smart Financial Center (Sugar Land) Cemex Building (Memorial City) University of St Thomas Labyrinth I (Montrose/Museum District) University of St Thomas Labyrinth II (Montrose/Museum District) University of St Thomas Labyrinth III (Montrose/Museum District) Blossom Hotel (Medical Center) Hungry's restaurant (Rice Village) POST Roof park Downtown Aquarium Marlin Fountain (Downtown) Glenwood Cemetery - entrance to Glenwood Cemetery Falling Water - Evelyn's Park (Bellaire) Heritage Park Fountain - Pearland Sweetwater Country Club - Sugar Land Webster's Falls - Webster Legacy - Nassau Bay City Hall - Nassau Bay Old Town Spring Fountain - Spring League Park - League City Falcon Ranch Entrance Falcon Point Golf Course Grand Harbor #1 Grand Harbor Grand Harbor #2 Grand Harbor Grand Harbor #3 Grand Harbor Grand Harbor #4 Grand Harbor Harvest Plaza Fountain - downtown Katy Railroad Depot Plaza Fountain - Tomball Double Dragon - Hunan Garden - Rosenberg Memorial Fountain, Memorial Park - Texas City Union Carbide 80th Jubilee Fountain - Texas City Centennial Fountain - Texas City Pioneer Fountain - Texas City Pocket Park Fountain - West Columbia Railroad Museum Fountain - Galveston Wortham Fountain, UTMB - Galveston Bryan Museum Fountain - Galveston Hotel Galvez Fountain - Galveston Cedar Brake Park - Montgomery Memory Park - Montgomery St Mary's Catholic Church - Plantersville 1801 Smith (corner of Smith & Jefferson) - Downtown Museo Institute for Medical Arts Building #1 (Fannin & Southmore) - Museum District Museo Institute for Medial Arts Building #2 (San Jacinto & Southmore) - Museum District Museo Institute for Medical Arts Building #3 (Fannin & Palm) - Museum District Alexan River Oaks (Alabama @ Weslayan) - River Oaks/Galleria/Upper Kirby Lynn Wyatt Square for the Performing Arts - Downtown
  2. The last of Bush Airport's original banjos are being demolished as I type.
  3. St Louis's Union Station has been through a couple of iterations of rebirth. Glad it is up and running. FWIW the hotel is not a Conrad, and never has been. When Union Station was first refurbished and reopened as a retail/entertainment complex, I believe it was an Omni Hotel. Later it became a Hyatt Regency, then a Marriott, and then Doubletree. It is now a Curio Collection hotel (by Hilton).
  4. Westheimer being TXDoT controlled ROW should not eliminate the possibility of rail or other high-capacity transit in the corridor, and I doubt there is any "prohibition" that needs to be amended. TXDoT also controls the freeway ROWs and Metro has worked with them and is working with them to build HOV lanes and BRT structures.
  5. Recent aerial images of new D-West pier posted by HAS on George Bush Intercontinental Airport's Facebook page.
  6. I agree, it can be slow loading, especially when using a mobile device. I too would like to see fewer posts per page.
  7. I think the FM designation on Westheimer is only the portion outside the Loop.
  8. Fun! It just happens that I walked by the pool Sunday afternoon and noticed people swimming laps. Just curious at what temperature they keep the pool water.
  9. Oh no!!!! The feeder will be shut down for SEVERAL WEEKS!! How will we get through this nightmare? (And does it actually have anything to do with the I-45 project? I thought nothing was starting on that until later this year.)
  10. We're going to have rail west of I-45. But we're getting it by moving I-45 to the east; not by building rail to the west.
  11. I found a couple more renderings and a little clarification on United's plans for Terminal B; thanks to Page (architects of the Central Process additions and rebuild). https://www.pagethink.com/publication/2024/airport-terminal-modernization-designing-united-airlines-terminal-b-houston There will be a 250,000 square foot addition to the central processor building (the addition is to the east of the existing central processor building, on what is currently a surface parking lot; work is supposed to start in this area next week, I believe.) The addition will contain a new ticketing hall on the ground level with 48 check-in counters, up from the current 12. TSA will be on the second level of the addition, with 14 security lanes (up from the current 4 in Terminal B). The original 275,000 square foot Terminal B central processor building will contain a "post-security central square, providing access to adjacent concourses" on the second level (where the ticketing hall is currently located), and a redesigned bag claim hall on the ground level. They say Terminal B will have the capacity to handle up to 90,000 passengers per day. There will be roadway access on all four sides central processor building, using "innovative, dynamic signage for curbside flexibility." That will be interesting to see. Southeast curbside view of the ticketing lobby (ground level of the addition). Security screening - Second level of the addition.
  12. Jet bridges are being installed on Terminal B South gates.
  13. As I said upthread, I wish we could get the love from United that DFW gets from American.
  14. Shocking. (Yes, I'm being sarcastic.)
  15. Actually, the point is you told us AI service to DFW had been announced. That is false. Full stop. With or without context. No announcement had been made when you reported this falsehood to us. No announcement has been made as of this moment.
  16. Demolition of Terminal B North has begun (at last report, they had started with the demolition of jet bridges).
  17. I'd rather have actual growth than imagined or projected growth. If and when the future faster growth at DFW materializes and they overtake Houston in international traffic, I'll post it. But at this time, the record shows (contrary to some earlier predictions posted on this very forum) that Bush Intercontinental has more international traffic than DFW and is growing faster. "Announce intentions." I read that article earlier this month too. Mostly just reporting on various message board rumors. There has been no "announcement" of service to DFW by Air India. (And LAX, SEA, and DFW are not shown on Air India's route map.) https://www.airindia.com/in/en/destinations/route-map.html
  18. I read that review too. He kinda shortchanged the review of the symphony by spending so much time denigrating the hall. But I really wondered how he, as an audience member, could tell how it sounds to the performers? And aren't "must be like singing or playing into a mattress" and "There’s no hiding the tiniest slip in timing or tuning" contradictory?
  19. Well, I guess you make a good case for elevating freeways...
  20. They are a block to the east (at least they were last week -- in greater numbers than had recently been the case).
  21. New HAS video of International Terminal construction: https://www.facebook.com/BushAirport/videos/755935449792391
  22. Also, Turkish started their DFW service in 2021. There doesn't seem to be anyone from DFW Airport on the India economic development mission. And I don't know of any announcement of DFW service by Air India. (DFW being DFW, there is zero chance that an announcement was made without it showing up on DFW's website and in the Dallas Morning News; searches of each turn up nothing.) (Just realized I slightly misstated the growth numbers in my prior post, and I missed the edit window. Those growth rates were for the calendar year 2023 through November, not the full year. I'll post the full year as soon as DFW posts their numbers.)
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