August 4, 2017 - Click2Houston: Crews Dig Uptown Tunnel by Hand

Under Post Oak Boulevard, and in the shadow of Williams Tower, is a 120-foot-long tunnel dug by hand. The meticulous work was done by crews installing a 12-inch sewer line as part of the “Boulevard Project.” The size of the tunnel is only three feet by three feet; requiring special...

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August 3, 2017 - Chron.com: Video: Workers tunnel by hand under Post Oak Boulevard

Twenty-two feet below the intersection of West Alabama and Post Oak, specially trained workers are digging a 120-foot tunnel by hand, laboring in a tiny space to crack off chunks of earth and wheel them to the surface in a mine cart. The video above, provided by P&Z Logistics...

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March 4, 2017 - Realty News Report: The Boulevard Project: A Conversation...

A redevelopment plan, The Boulevard Project, is being put into effect in Uptown Houston – one of the most vibrant areas in the country. The vision for the project is to rebuild Post Oak Boulevard into an exquisitely designed grand boulevard while creating...

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March 16, 2017 - Bisnow.com: What you need to know about the changes...

Uptown Houston is turning Post Oak Boulevard into a beautifully landscaped grand boulevard while improving transit access. Construction is well underway and will bring three major changes that will reshape the future of Uptown and the Galleria.

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August 11, 2016 – Memorial Examiner: First ring removed at Post Oak and Uptown Park

The  first of four iconic Post Oak Boulevard stainless steel rings was temporarily removed from Post Oak and Uptown Park boulevards to polish the stainless steel and replace lighting with energy-efficient LED technology.

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August 1, 2016 – Click2Houston: Iconic steel rings in Uptown Houston to be temporarily...

Crews removed the first of four iconic stainless steel rings in Uptown Houston as part of the Boulevard project construction.  The rings will be polished and the lighting will be replaced with energy efficient LED technology. 

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July 7, 2016 – Chronicle Community: Project to place 800 trees on stretch of Post Oak

Eight hundred “cathedral” live oak trees are being custom grown for future planting during a $121 million public transit redevelopment project involving a roughly two-mile stretch of Post Oak Boulevard in Uptown Houston.

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June 8, 2016 – Houston Chronicle: In Houston (!): A textbook example of urban planning

"Here's the story," said Alexander Garvin. "Here's a New York planning expert who doesn't think Houston is a stupid place to go, that you can learn something here." To call Garvin a "New York planning expert" is, he surely knows, to understate his resume...

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August 4, 2017 - Click2Houston: Crews Dig Uptown Tunnel by Hand

Under Post Oak Boulevard, and in the shadow of Williams Tower, is a 120-foot-long tunnel dug by hand. The meticulous work was done by crews installing a 12-inch sewer line as part of the “Boulevard Project.” The size of the tunnel is only three feet by three feet; requiring special...

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August 3, 2017 - Chron.com: Video: Workers tunnel by hand under Post Oak Boulevard

Twenty-two feet below the intersection of West Alabama and Post Oak, specially trained workers are digging a 120-foot tunnel by hand, laboring in a tiny space to crack off chunks of earth and wheel them to the surface in a mine cart. The video above, provided by P&Z Logistics...

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March 4, 2017 - Realty News Report: The Boulevard Project: A Conversation...

A redevelopment plan, The Boulevard Project, is being put into effect in Uptown Houston – one of the most vibrant areas in the country. The vision for the project is to rebuild Post Oak Boulevard into an exquisitely designed grand boulevard while creating...

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March 16, 2017 - Bisnow.com: What you need to know about the changes...

Uptown Houston is turning Post Oak Boulevard into a beautifully landscaped grand boulevard while improving transit access. Construction is well underway and will bring three major changes that will reshape the future of Uptown and the Galleria.

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August 11, 2016 – Memorial Examiner: First ring removed at Post Oak and Uptown Park

The  first of four iconic Post Oak Boulevard stainless steel rings was temporarily removed from Post Oak and Uptown Park boulevards to polish the stainless steel and replace lighting with energy-efficient LED technology.

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August 1, 2016 – Click2Houston: Iconic steel rings in Uptown Houston to be temporarily...

Crews removed the first of four iconic stainless steel rings in Uptown Houston as part of the Boulevard project construction.  The rings will be polished and the lighting will be replaced with energy efficient LED technology. 

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July 7, 2016 – Chronicle Community: Project to place 800 trees on stretch of Post Oak

Eight hundred “cathedral” live oak trees are being custom grown for future planting during a $121 million public transit redevelopment project involving a roughly two-mile stretch of Post Oak Boulevard in Uptown Houston.

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June 8, 2016 – Houston Chronicle: In Houston (!): A textbook example of urban planning

"Here's the story," said Alexander Garvin. "Here's a New York planning expert who doesn't think Houston is a stupid place to go, that you can learn something here." To call Garvin a "New York planning expert" is, he surely knows, to understate his resume...

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