Waldozer wrote:If DC is the clear favorite, then how can any city except for DC be in a far better position than any other?
Waldozer wrote:Hahaha, great send up of Dallas, hjkll. My money has always been on Atlanta.
jrd1964 wrote:I drove by there a few nights ago, and there's no 'Cambria' or 'Cambria Hotel' outdoor sign yet. The only way to see its branding at a glance are flat-screen monitors placed at several of the front windows.
R1070 wrote:I was excited about this project, but I'm not anymore. It seems like it's just going to be a glorified parking garage.
dallaz wrote:Did anyone see the Amazon super bowl commercial? Right from the beginning it mentioned Austin.
I could be reading too deep into it...
tamtagon wrote:...now I'm wondering when that other parkside property (left) will disappear under something new big and tall.
xen0blue wrote:Any new info on this or are we just rehashing old speculation due to a recently unearthed render which is probably from a year ago?
flyswatter wrote:Considering it's proximity to Uptown, I think having a legit concert venue or even a festival like FPSF in Houston would be killer here.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:The spread of hipsterland is charging on!!! Just like I have been telling people for years Oak CLiff is our Austin. You can have both worlds in one. The Austin Hipster superior/inferiority complex and Dallas elitism all in one city.