maconahey wrote:Still just a giant hole in the ground
joshua.dodd wrote:I really wish developers would build parking garages below ground instead of above as they have finally done with this project. Nothing looks worse than a tower sitting on a parking garage podium. We have enough of that garbage...
DPatel304 wrote:I'd rather developers build above ground parking garages that are aesthetically pleasing and can be later converted into other uses such as residential.
tamtagon wrote:Autonomous cars have to be parked somewhere. Sharing the autonomous cars certainly shows promise to reduce the number of vehicles per person are used, but the same used to be said about car pooling. On Demand Trip Taking, that's the behavior we seem to love and the behavior that will be serviced by fleet upon fleet upon fleet of autonomous cars.... parked in above ground and below ground parking garages.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:^We shouldn't but Dallas city planning policy changes tend to be made based on development industry pressure and pressure has not been in the urban walkable areas as high as it is for more parking! If automated cars do eventually apply the right pressure we might see city funds used to do something with some of these garages if automated cars do cause the shift so many are hoping for.
R&B's Cheeseburger Bao Is Fusion Food At Its Best
...Today, in the calm and empty Statler restaurant, R&B's daytime cook wraps an apron around her black shirt. The only sounds are Al Green’s “Love and Happiness” and the hiss of the griddle that follows an order of the Cheesebao-ger...
...Chef Angela Hernandez, who pilots the R&B kitchen at the Statler (alongside the recently-opened Fine China), doesn’t care about the definition of the word in this case...
DPatel304 wrote:I popped in to the Statler on Saturday and actually wasn't able to find R&B. I didn't spend too much time looking for it though, but this is definitely a place that's on my list of places to try out.
ArtVandelay wrote:Have they delivered the 24 hour diner that was promised?
Tucy wrote:ArtVandelay wrote:Have they delivered the 24 hour diner that was promised?
Did they really promise a 24 hour diner? (The answer to your question is no, at least according to their website.)