^^ Thanks guys. It is indeed clear when one clicks on the photo.
Next question: Why is anyone excited about a Hard Rock Hotel? The project looks nice, but Hard Rock? (YAWN)
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DPatel304 wrote:^Thanks for putting that into perspective. If 2017 Bay area still (slightly) lags behind 2017 DFW, then Austin has no chance.
itsjrd1964 wrote:Frisco's troubled Wade Park is back on the foreclosure list
This is getting to be almost as bad as a drinking game....
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... osure-list
Cbdallas wrote:Right still no West Village area condo tower options. I really think a nicely situated condo tower somewhere in that vicinity would sell. I would be ready to buy one.
Real-talk though, the unwillingness of US transit operators to look overseas for best practices (real, operational best practices, not these kind of gimmicks) is a significant part of the reason why US transit provision is so bad.
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:"An old high-rise in Dallas' booming Design District is getting a major makeover"
Booming? How so? Virgin Hotel... nothing else much. Does anybody know what Dunhill partners is doing? Are they sitting until the Trinity River Park materializes?
DFW wrote:One last note; DFW metro area is number one in the nation for office leasing as of the latest figures, yet we can’t erect an office skyscraper downtown like Houston can.
Do we still have to much empty space downtown?
maconahey wrote:Jbarn wrote:Three years until completion seems like a long timeline for a building like this.
I wonder if they're going to put parking underground? If so, that could be the reason it'll take so long to build