Matt777 wrote:Can the city force the owners to paint over the mural that still lingers on the building wall? The old "Cowboy versus Chinese man" motif has no business on that wall. It is literally a mural of a cowboy shooting a Chinese man. I am not Asian but even I find it offensive, tacky, and gross. Especially considering that dark chapter in our nation's history with the Chinese exclusion act and the numerous massacres of Chinese immigrants in the old west that happened 100% without any consequences for the murderers.
The mural seems like it could have been inspired by this 1894 painting titles "Not a Chinaman's Chance" by Charles M Russell. Sickening.
Redblock wrote:The Gap store in West Village is having a store closing sale.
Jbarn wrote:Hope they can get that graffiti off the front
CTroyMathis wrote:Jbarn wrote:Hope they can get that graffiti off the front
I was wondering what graffiti you are referring to. The old MAC blue wall is still there dividing the ugly Shell-dominated strip center and has hand-written paint on it saying what restaurant is moving in (been there about 1.5 years) and someones random ass name and phone number.
The latter part having not been there too terribly long. Of course, the overall appearance doesn't look nice and I certainly hope that wall is addressed with paint, deletion (I don't know who owns the wall), and/or a sign saying what's down that driveway that has no sidewalks. Oh, and it definitely front-doors the cemetery and has a "main entrance" there as well - ADA-compliant it appears. It's always been an odd siting even as the MAC. If the Shell plaza, MATA barn, and this site recipe come together sometime in the near future - it'll be quite a development I'm sure. In the meantime, this bakery/restaurant gets a foothold in Dallas and has time to expand (possibly failing at this site while succeeding at other locations). I don't see anything happening with this trifecta location until MATA has a solid "new" big-enough home, though; and, I don't think that is happening anytime in the next decade.
CTroyMathis wrote:Ok, was wondering. I don't think I saw that this past Saturday so hopefully it's gone.
https://twitter.com/CTroyMathis/status/ ... 6727848962
Kelley USA wrote:And remember, on the opposite end you have the Tommy Bahama space that's been vacant for quite some time...
vman wrote:I would love it if Shake Shack packed up and moved to W. Village. I think the Crescent is a horrible location
cowboyeagle05 wrote:vman wrote:I would love it if Shake Shack packed up and moved to W. Village. I think the Crescent is a horrible location
Well, every time I have been there is a line out the door and the patio space is filled with families from Klyde Warren. Even in this heat. I have been surprised how well they used the space honestly. It sure makes the Crescent seem less stand-off-ish. That development is a luxury palace that normally tries to keep the commoners at bay but Shake Shack makes it feel more engaged in the neighborhood.
deweast wrote:It is on the high end....but it is the best in the area. It is out of the Hillstone (Houstons) profile and Hillstone is also on the "high end" but they deliver....EVERY TIME. I have been to Doc B's twice, once for lunch and once for dinner and they delivered both times.
DPatel304 wrote:deweast wrote:It is on the high end....but it is the best in the area. It is out of the Hillstone (Houstons) profile and Hillstone is also on the "high end" but they deliver....EVERY TIME. I have been to Doc B's twice, once for lunch and once for dinner and they delivered both times.
That's great to hear! If they can deliver quality with the higher prices, then I'm totally fine with it, I'll check this out when I get a chance.
R1070 wrote:That whole development where Jakes and Trophy Room are needs to be bulldozed and redeveloped. It's just awful and the sidewalk there is not adequate.
The Gap was an original tenant of West Village when it was built in 2001. It's expected to close in July and then construction will begin on the 11,000-square -foot space, said Julius Pickenpack, spokesman for the district.
About 5,500 square feet has been leased by Sephora and the remaining space will be carved up for more shops along McKinney, he said. There's additional space between Starbucks and ShopSeptember that is also being reconfigured and leased, but Pickenpack said he can't reveal those details yet as leases haven't been signed.
LongonBigD wrote:There is a sign at former Quatrine space. I can’t remember exactly what it says but either Lilly & (girls name) or (girls name) & Lilly. Have to look again.
Forty-Five Ten Home leaving at end of July.
Glad to hear Knox Street Pub is leaving on his own terms and not driven out by gentrification. Although how much longer can that corner strip center last? This center is right across the alley from Alliance’s forthcoming new apt bldg.
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