dallaz wrote:Good shot of Victory Commons at 1:26
A few other project are visible as well for the first 2 mins (The Link, The Swexan Hotel, etc.)
Hannibal Lecter wrote:mdg109 wrote:Drove by Deep Ellum last night, and looks like Punch Bowl Social is open again.
Re-opened a couple weeks back. I walk by it frequently, and have seen almost zero customers in it.
eburress wrote:What a great spot for a tower, at least from a Downtown perspective. It'll partially cover up the dull-looking Sheraton and make use of a relatively undesirable lot. Win win.
Tnexster wrote:Think I saw the crane when I drove up there one day, it appears to show up on the KDC Epic webcam as well.
clcrash19 wrote:Some of you guys overrate houston so much on here its laughable.. i guess its a grass is always greener type deal, I work there every other week, its very bland, most high rises are no different than here.
BigD5349 wrote:A peek inside the Knights of Pythias through the front window...
malachi896 wrote:eburress wrote:That makes sense. I looked back at the plans and was bummed to see the road surface is going to be asphalt, rather than concrete.
Agreed. It needs a concrete resurfacing!
Tnexster wrote:Maybe they are waiting to see how AMLI and Atelier do before committing to another new residential project so close to Ross. Don't those two account for close to 700 units?
clcrash19 wrote:Yes, They were working on it the other day when I drove by
mdg109 wrote:The finish out of this project is really good. It will definitely be a destination for downtown once everything is up and running. I really like how they made the dead space along Commerce into a large patio.
JDumont146 wrote:In case this hasn't been updated already, Office Depot has been demolished and digging for the underground parking has been going on for a few days now. Can't wait to see this one!
mdg109 wrote:It's good to see the front of the Knights of Pythias building finally redone. Went running through here a couple days ago. The new sidewalks and trees would make it a pretty pleasant walk all the way to the East Quarter.