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Hanover Co, the Houston developer behind The Ashton (11-story OG high rise in South End on Tremont)   and the new ~14 story apartments just breaking ground on Morehead at Euclid, is planning another mid-rise project.
This one on S Tryon between that street and Distribution St at the intersection of Rampart.  Roughly 2301 S Tryon and 2300 Distribution.
No details other than I expect it to be concrete mid-rise, but that part's just a guess based on their existng portfolio.

I think you mean Dunavant, not Rampart. Rampart is one block north.


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14 hours ago, atl2clt said:

Tyber Creek is a gross and smelly bar. The music is loud, the drinks are mediocre and it's often full of obnoxious drunk people who venture across South Blvd to end the night.

You say that like it isn't the main appeal of Tyber Creek :tw_joy:  Also, your point about there not being any bars that stay open until 2AM in Southend is pretty remarkable.  Even in my crappy little hometown of 20k people, the bars are open until 2.  Seems like the core neighborhood for 20-somethings should be able to support more bars that stay open late.

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32 minutes ago, CTiger said:

You say that like it isn't the main appeal of Tyber Creek :tw_joy:  Also, your point about there not being any bars that stay open until 2AM in Southend is pretty remarkable.  Even in my crappy little hometown of 20k people, the bars are open until 2.  Seems like the core neighborhood for 20-somethings should be able to support more bars that stay open late.

Tyber Creek isn't the only place open until 2am. Lost & Found, The Brickyard, The Union, Fire House, Charlotte Beer Garden, Rosemont, Pins Mechanical (weekends), Small Bar, Brigid's (weekends), Seoul (weekends), Slingshot (weekends), Tavern on the Tracks (weekends), Gin Mill (weekends), et... 

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5 minutes ago, CLT2014 said:

Tyber Creek isn't the only place open until 2am. Lost & Found, The Brickyard, The Union, Fire House, Charlotte Beer Garden, Rosemont, Pins Mechanical (weekends), Small Bar, Brigid's (weekends), Seoul (weekends), Slingshot (weekends), Tavern on the Tracks (weekends), Gin Mill (weekends), et... 

Thats a solid list.  I guess I've just aged out of knowing where all the cool kids are these days.

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1 hour ago, CLT2014 said:

Tyber Creek isn't the only place open until 2am. Lost & Found, The Brickyard, The Union, Fire House, Charlotte Beer Garden, Rosemont, Pins Mechanical (weekends), Small Bar, Brigid's (weekends), Seoul (weekends), Slingshot (weekends), Tavern on the Tracks (weekends), Gin Mill (weekends), et... 

with that said, if never hurts to have more. Southend is a damn urban utopia within this car centric city but damn, I have a feeling that it’s going to turn into an office/luxury apartment dominated district with little to no retail in the next 10 years. Seems like we build these huge parking garages and buildings and never put anything on the ground floor. Developser truly don’t get what makes people want to live in southend in the first place. 

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3 hours ago, TheRealClayton said:

and there are dozens and dozens left to announce.

that's a lot of apartments!

Seriously though, in an age of shock and awe, its been a while since I had to reread a statement like that.  That is both insane and exciting.

Maybe I should clarify - dozens and dozens of retail announcements, or dozens and dozens of new building announcements?

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"We shape our buildings and then our buildings shape us."  Spoken by Winston Churchill on the renovation of the House of Parliament in 1945 after WWII damage and echoed many times later by lesser men and women. No less true today, and here, and everywhere.

https://www.parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/building/palace/architecture/palacestructure/churchill/

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