- Enterprise Products Partners To Construct World’s Largest Ethane Export Terminal in the Houston Ship Channel [Houston Business Journal]
- CHI St. Luke’s Breaks Ground on $110M Medical Facility in Springwoods Village Near the ExxonMobil Campus [Prime Property]
- Seafood Restaurant Holley’s to Open in July in Former Sushi Raku Space in Midtown [Eater Houston]
- Cupcake Cowgirls Opening Downtown Galveston Location in Early July [Galveston County Daily News]
- Galveston Historical Foundation Includes Mainland Properties on Annual At-Risk List for First Time [Galveston County Daily News ($)]
- More Than 40,000 People Moved to Harris County, 21,000 to Fort Bend County from 2012 and 2013; a Quarter of Harris County Growth Came from International Relocations, According to Census Data [Houston Business Journal; Storymap]
- ‘Winds of Change’ Blow Through Houston’s Second Ward [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- The Top 10 Issues Affecting Real Estate in 2014 [Prime Property]
- City Council Delays Vote on Regulations for Services Like Uber, Lyft Until July 30 [Houston Business Journal]
- Officials Working Around the Clock To Clear What They Say is the Most Seaweed They Have Ever Seen [Houston Chronicle]
Photo of George R. Brown service on-ramp demo: Alec Lasar via Swamplot Flickr Pool
LEAVE THE SEAWEED! It’s there for a reason! Evita la erosion!
City Council Delays Vote on Regulations for Services Like Uber, Lyft Until
July 30Yellow Cab Campaign donations sufficiently mollified.
I always wondered about that GRB freeway style ramp. Was it really necessary? It appears not, since they are now demolishing it. So that begs the question – how much did it cost taxpayers to build it, and to tear it down? I have a hunch we got screwed on that one.
They actually seem to be building a new one from a different angle. It may have been necessary due to the light rail going in on Capitol St there.
Re: new ramp. More pics Alec Lasar, or it isn’t happening…