Helicopter landing pad, or just ordinary
high-elevation luxury pad?
Top corner section of 4 Chelsea Blvd Project
dubbed "The Carter", which promises grand vistas of US 59 traffic flow
|The coming Carter seen from Montrose Blvd US 59 bridge|
|The low-slung and nonresidential Mission,|
soon to serve as the new Post Oak High School
|The old vs the new: Red-brick house with conventional angled roof front,|
flat-roof concrete structure farther back
New construction seen from Montrose Blvd
(Chelsea Carter above, site of Glassell succession and emerging tower on Caroline below).
|Looking East from Montrose Blvd at construction site of new Glassell Art School|
|Residential highrise on Caroline St.|
|Rago Enterprises LLC Banner at street level|
|Caroline Street still has an esplanade blessed with trees. Let see how long it will last.|
|The Mondrian Sales Center in an older residential property on Caroline Street|
Centennial in February: Where the green is unnatural,
and some of the blue, too
|The Midrise on Hermann Park Drive - Tema Development Hermann Dr Houston TX 77004|
next to Parklane Condo Tower
Foreground: Centennial Garden Flores Pavilion and part of the central "green" that' is currently in the burnt orange phase. This photo is a zoom shot taken from "the Mount" on the other end of the garden. Every few minutes an airplane passes overhead, on approach for landing at Hobby Airport. There is one in this pic too, center top.