lakewoodhobo wrote:Since the Texas Refrigeration Butcher Supply store closed, I can't think of another retail store in Deep Ellum that's managed to hold on as long as Leather Masters
lakewoodhobo wrote:..while DART consolidates to a smaller and less visible space inside the building.
lakewoodhobo wrote:LOL you must really hate walking. How sad to get so triggered at the idea of using your own two legs.
lakewoodhobo wrote:Still if all he can think of is more parking then thanks, but no thanks. What Deep Ellum needs is better pedestrian access to Downtown.
LongonBigD wrote:I think we knew this news was coming, but it’s still kinda sad to see the original OTB shuttered.
Tucy wrote:Seems surprising they are only at 50% occupancy this long after opening (getting close to a year).
tamtagon wrote:This is more Expo Park than Deep Ellum, though, right?
casperitl wrote:I worry that the discharge from the tunnel will have a negative impact on Lower White Rock Creek and the Great Trinity Forest.
homeworld1031tx wrote:The_Overdog wrote:For all the people above stating that this is illustrative of how cheaply apartments are made... what a load of shit. Few things could withstand this. The garage took a direct hit from the crane's concrete ballast essentially in free fall from 100+ feet up.