willyk wrote:They tore down the part of the building that held the Stark Club. It appeared to be a later addition to the original structure.
The building is wedged between Woodall and Continental. They need to do something to get a walking connection to VP and the West End.
DPatel304 wrote:That's great news for them!
I still don't agree about Austin 'out shinning Houston/Dallas' though..haha, but we're all on the same team, and Texas, as a whole, is doing tremendously well!
texasstar wrote:undefinedprocess wrote: What would y'all like to see in the Legacy West area/development itself?
Nothing. I want to see everything new in the area migrate across the 121 to Frisco's Platinum District.
texasstar wrote:Tivo_Kenevil wrote:Austin is on its way to overtake Houston and Dallas
You're a funny guy, Tivo.
saxman wrote:It looks like the measure passed to expand Austin's Metro system. I'll definitely be a user of the train to the airport.
I thought about that too.. but I hope they choose Smart District.jetnd87 wrote:Or the Link at Uptown. I'd be surprised if they moved to the burbs given their and their competitors' current locations here. But who knows
Mr. Amsterdam wrote: at the designs of the new buildings. Dallas is in a league of its own when it comes to bland. It's like the Chili's of cities.
This is going to wow people
Cbdallas wrote:I am afraid this is a sign of things to come with office space for a while. I still am working from home at least until the new year and maybe after.
tamtagon wrote:Monday morning is unbearable for me when the cowboys lose to the falcons.
CTroyMathis wrote:itsjrd1964 wrote:. . .
JRD, hey a random bird told me Thompson Hotel at 1401 Elm has a pretty extensive pre-opening job listing, for well, not even being opened/finished yet. Might be a different brand, but, hey. Passing it along.