- New Topographic and Predictive Rainfall Data Shows More People in Harris County Mapped in Floodplains [Houston Public Media]
- Houston-Based Media Tech Startup The Decathlon Looking To Expand with More Local Hires [HBJ]
- Former Director of Planning and Development Patrick Walsh Succumbs to Cancer [Houston Chronicle]
- Tiger Den Chef’s New Chinatown Japanese Comfort Food Spot Ishin Udon Opens Dec. 4th [Culturemap]
- Tex-Mex Icon Irma’s Opens Downtown Location Inside Catalyst Apartment Tower on Texas Ave. [Eater]
- France-Based Industrial Gas Company To Build $150 Million Liquid Hydrogen Plant in Houston [HBJ]
- Post Oak Construction Nears Finalization, but Bus Lane Roadblocks Threaten To Push Final Route 3 Years Past Original Completion Date [Houston Chronicle; previously on Swamplot]
- Ethically-Sourced International Jeweler Settles into Upper Kirby Location at 3300 Kirby Dr. [Culturemap]
- New Low-Cost Community Dental Clinic Opening In Southwest Houston on Wilcrest Dr. [Houston Public Media]
- Apartment Developer Planning New Midrise Alexan Lynn Park near Weslayan and Alabama [HBJ ($)]
Photo of 609 Main St.: elnina via Swamplot Flickr Pool
if the building in that photo isn’t ripe for xmas decorations, I don’t know what is
Really sad to hear about Patrick Walsh. He wanted the best for Houston and loved his job, his wife and young son will be in my thoughts
The busway mess on Post Oak should be named “The Former Congressman John Culberson Not A Train”.
RIP Matt Walsh. That was not an easy job but he put his full effort into making Houston a better city.
Pat Walsh should be considered a saint for having to deal w/ City Planning Staff
Atlas 14 is not suggesting that Houston can expect to get more rainfall, but instead that Houston does get more rainfall than was described under the previous standards – and set a new standard more reflective of our actual, current rainfall amounts. It’s not predictive.