- 60K-SF Buc-ee’s To Open in Texas City This Wednesday [Galveston County Daily News ($)]
- Latest Memorial City Mall Tenants Tuned to Older Shoppers [Prime Property]
- Doughnut Cafe Glazed Expected to Open in June in the Medical Center [Eater Houston]
- Harris County Judge Ed Emmett Rounding Up ‘Stakeholders’ for Meeting Next Week To Discuss Future of Astrodome [MyFox Houston]
- New Conroe ISD and Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Schools Replicate Creepy, ‘Ultra-Normal,’ Almost Identical Designs [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- Bad Weather, Shrinking Housing Inventory, Tighter Lending Standards Slowed Growth but Raised Prices of Houston Home Sales [Prime Property]
- West End Firefighters at Station No. 7 Still Waiting on FEMA Funds To Improve Aging Facility [Galveston County Daily News ($)]
- Alligator Hiding in Missouri City Yard a ‘Game Changer’ [Click2Houston]
- Underbelly’s Chris Shepherd Says ‘People Can Look at Houston in a Better Light Now’ After Winning James Beard Award [Houston Chronicle ($)]
Photo of building at Live Oak and Gray: David Elizondo via Swamplot Flickr Pool
I’m excited about a new donut shop over here in the Med Center area. I’m getting a little tired of just Shipley’s. As long as prices are decent and donuts are good… they’ll be getting my family’s business. Now we just need an awesome Vietnamese place!
I expect TMC donuts to be sensible, heart-healthy, diabetes-friendly, and blood pressure-neutral.
All for the school districts duplicating what works with their buildings. Latest versions, faux or not, are much more attractive than what was cranked-out a few decades ago. Nobody has unlimited funds, and smart functional space makes sense. Seems the architects, with their obvious vested interest, are the most vocal opponents.
Those Click2Houston commentators are almost as great as the good folks over here. Almost.