Headlines: Tracking Ozone in Real Time; College Park Prairie Buyout

Photo: Russell Hancock via Swamplot Flickr Pool

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  • “Some of them say the expansive property – even larger than the former AstroWorld site off the South Loop – offers a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to create a multiuse development incorporating the cultural influences of downtown, the East End and other surrounding historic neighborhoods.”

    So, just like I was worried, this property will be stuck in planning hell for a decade, instead of just sold off to the highest bidder?

  • Exactly this is Houston unfortunately I see this property sitting vacant for years just like all the other large parcels of land in Houston seem to do (Astroworld site, Hardy Yards Site, Regent Square, BLVD place). Grand schemes by individuals that don’t have the finances to complete. Sell the property to individuals who can actually execute projects.

  • How does the Greater East End District develop a “master plan” for property they do not own??

  • From where was that photograph taken?!

  • Easterner, it looks like from approximately Post Oak and the West Loop.

  • Yeah, I think the apartments in the foreground are the UptownPostOak apartments behind the McDonalds on Post Oak.