Tag: TxDOT

By Boulevard Realty

Where to Live Next: Greater Northside & Near Northside

LOCAL is one of our favorite magazines in the city, and it’s where most Houstonians look to find what’s hot in the city now and in the near future. Even being the urban pioneers they are—LOCAL is of course formerly known as 002 magazine, the first hyperlocal lifestyle magazine based in the heart of Houston—they looked…

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By Boulevard Realty

Rediscovering I-45 North…and More Part 1: I-10 to 610

Yesterday concluded the extended initial public comment period for TxDOT’s expansion of I-45. This ambitious yet necessary undertaking will impact Houstonians who travel I-45 from the Beltway North all the way through downtown and will be tackled in several phases. TxDOT is expertly tracking and publicizing the developments on a website dedicated to the project,…

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By Boulevard Realty

Rediscovering Yale St. Bridge—Again

We were sad to say last year that the Yale Street Bridge would be closed until the end of 2017 or early 2018 for a necessary reconstruction after exhaustive restoration and preservation efforts. Chief Boulevardian Bill Baldwin also led the effort to preserve the original bridge bricks, in what started as a crowdfunding effort but led to the adaptive reuse…

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Rediscover these alternate routes during Yale Bridge construction

Whether you’re a native Houstonian or have been here a short while, one of the things we all quickly learn is Houston is a growing and thriving city. And with growth comes the need to adapt and develop. That holds true for our roads and thoroughfares for sure. Fortunately, it’s usually a temporary inconvenience for…

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By Bill Baldwin

Bill’s 50 Things to Rediscover | # 5: Transtar

This post is part of a series called Bill's 50 Things On the year of his 50th birthday, Boulevard Realty broker/owner Bill Baldwin is highlighting 50 activities, places, and facts to rediscover in the inner loop. These are things that sometimes fall under the radar of even native Houstonians, but that he loves and wants…

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